Master's Degree Supervision

Are you passionate about exploring the complex narratives of diaspora, race, and identity through the lens of literature? As a scholar with extensive experience in Nikkei Studies, I offer a unique perspective on the intersection of literature, culture, and society.

My current research focuses on the diverse experiences of Nikkei communities in the UK and Australia, examining how their literary works challenge conventional notions of belonging and identity. I combine rigorous literary analysis with a deep understanding of cultural and historical contexts to uncover hidden meanings and shed light on underrepresented voices.

If you are interested in pursuing a master's degree on topics related to Nikkei diaspora, literary representations of race, or cross-cultural identity, I would be delighted to discuss your research interests and potential thesis projects. My interdisciplinary background in the humanities and social sciences, combined with my extensive experience in both Japan and the West, allows me to provide comprehensive and insightful supervision tailored to your individual needs and aspirations.

I encourage you to reach out to me directly to discuss potential research collaborations and explore how we can work together to make a meaningful contribution to this exciting and dynamic field of study.