Lecturer, Liberal Arts (2016). MA, Keio University, Fujisawa, Japan, 1999; Ph.D candidate (ABD), Sociology, University of Chicago, 2010. Publications: "Globalizing Japanese Pop Culture," TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, 2021. "'Normal' Lunch in A Pandemic: Shining A Spotlight on Chicago Public Schools' Food." Gastronomica, 20-3, 2020; “Responsibility or Right to Eat Well?: Food Education (Shokuiku) Campaign in Japan,” Stanford Journal of East Asian Affairs, 11-1, 2011; “Food, Foodways and National Identity: Anti-Rice Import Discourses in Japan,” Globalism, Nationalism, and Localism. Tohru Nomura and Junichi Yamamoto ed., Tokyo: Keio University Press, 2006.
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