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Professors■Comparative Culture Kukhee Choo, Assistant ProfessorGlobalization and cultural politics, trans-Asian media flow, gender and body in popular cultureEdward Drott, Assistant ProfessorHistory of Japanese religion, religion and the bodyRichard Gardner, ProfessorTheories of religion, theater and religion, religion and the arts, humor and religionMichio Hayashi, ProfessorModern and contemporary art, history and visual culture, aesthetic theory and criticismCaroline Hirasawa, Associate ProfessorJapanese sacred art, including paintings of the afterlife and pilgrimage mandalaShion Kono, Associate ProfessorComparative literature and modern Japanese literatureNoriko Murai, Associate ProfessorModern art history(Japan), visual culture, gender studiesTatsuo Murakami, Assistant ProfessorTheories of religion(modernity, colonialism, materiality), African PentecostalismThierry Roboüam, Associate ProfessorSystematic theology, Buddhist studies (Mahayana Mikkyo), modern philosophy (Descartes), postmodern philosophy (Delueze)Matthew Strecher, ProfessorModern and contemporary Japanese literature, literary journalism, genre studies, mythology, global literature, and postmodernismMathew Thompson, Associate ProfessorMedieval and early modern Japanese literature, particularly the otogizoshi, ko-joruri, and gunkimono genres; samurai representation and the legend of Minamoto no YoshitsuneAngela Yiu, ProfessorModern Japanese literature, literature and Tokyo■International Business and EconomicsAkihito Asano, Associate ProfessorApplied microeconomic theory, economics educationParissa Haghirian, ProfessorJapanese market entry, knowledge transfer, intercultural communi-cation, headquarter-subsidiary relations in Japanese multinational corporations, Japanese consumer behaviorTakuya Hasebe, Assistant ProfessorLabor economics, health economics, econometrics, applied micro-economicsNaoto Isaka, Associate ProfessorFinancial markets, corporate financeYacob Khojasteh, Associate ProfessorOperation management, supply chain management, business and managementYoshifumi Konishi, Associate ProfessorEmpirical microeconomics, environmental economics, public economicsMichiru Kosaka, Associate ProfessorMacroeconomics, international financeMariko Morimoto, Associate ProfessorMarketing communication, consumer psychology and global advertisingJunko Uenishi, Associate ProfessorFinancial accounting, international accounting, comparative account-ing systems■Social StudiesTadashi Anno, Associate ProfessorTheories of international relations and comparative politics, globaliza-tion and the future of the nation-state, nationalism, Soviet and Post-Soviet politicsTina Burrett, Associate ProfessorGovernance, leadership, democratization, political accountability, the role of the media in politicsSandra Fahy, Associate ProfessorSocial and cultural anthropology of East Asia regionJames Farrer, ProfessorUrban sociology, foodways and cuisine, sexuality, nightlife, skilled mi-gration(expatriates)Bettina Gramlich-Oka, ProfessorJapanese history, women’s studies, medical history, early modern eco-nomic thoughtChristian Hess, Associate ProfessorModern Chinese history, urban history, Japanese imperialism and colo-nialism in China, the regional history of Northeast China, globalization and Chinese citiesTakeshi Ito, Associate ProfessorAgrarian and environmental politics, political economy of development, power, domination and resistance, Southeast AsiaKoichi Nakano, ProfessorJapanese politics, comparative politics, New Right transformation, public protest and civic activism, party politics and policy change, bureaucracy and administrative reformSven Saaler, Associate ProfessorJapanese political history, history of Japanese foreign relations, politics of memory, history of Pan-AsianismDavid Slater, ProfessorCultural and social anthropology, education, social class, semiotics, urban studies, JapanYuka Sugawara, Assistant ProfessorSocial demography, health and aging, socio-economic transition from communism in East Central Europe and the former Soviet UnionDavid Wank, ProfessorEconomic sociology, political sociology, social networks, institutional change, communities and transnational links, ethnography, ChinaTakehiro Watanabe, Associate ProfessorCultural and social anthropology, modernity, critical theory■Faculty Wide ProgramsGary Fogal, Assistant Professor ※Applied linguistics, second language writing development, dynamic systems theory & usage-based linguistics, pedagogical stylistics Tatsushi Motohashi, Associate ProfessorLinguistics, history of the Japanese language, case, conjugationHanako Okada, Associate ProfessorNarrative inquiry, language and identity, sociocognitive approach to language and culture Robert Witmer, ProfessorCritical thinking, American poetry, creative writing※from September, 2016117

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