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Adviser
Prof. Chiyoko Mita
(Sophia University)

Keynote speech

Jane H. Yamashiro
(Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Sociology, University of Hawaii; Visiting Researcher, Sophia University)
(title of presentation)

Part I Nikkeijin in the Post-war Period 10:45~12:15


Yuukichi Niwayama
(Ph.D. Student, Department of Area Studies, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo)
From "Japanese in Canada" to "Japanese Canadian": The Role of Nikkei


Moderator: Prof. Chiyoko Mita

Part II Constructing "Nikkei" 13:30~15:15

Hugo Cordova Quero
(Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of the Graduate Theological Union at Berkeley, California; Visiting Researcher at the Center for Loso-Brazilian Studies of Sophia University)
'To be Nikkeijin or... not to be': Identity formation dilemmas among Brazilians of Japanese ancestry migrating to Japan


Yoko Tsukuda
(Ph.D. Student, Department of Area Studies, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo)
"Nikkei-jin" and "Nihon-jin": The Case of San Francisco


Tamaki Watarai
(Ph.D. Candidate, Doctoral Program in Area Studies, Graduate School of Foreign Studies, Sophia University)
The Formation of New Identities Among Japanese Brazilians' Participants in YOSAKOI SORAN, a Japanese Popular Dance Performance




Part III Networking 15:30~16:30