David Kiyoshi Abe

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Name
David Kiyoshi Abe
Research funding number
10735426

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
2013
Graduate School of International Development, Ph.D, Nagoya University
 
 
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2004
Applied Linguistics, Master of Education, University of Southern Queensland
 
 
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1989
Bachelor of Business Administration, University of Portland
 

Published Papers

 
Peer-reviewing. The effects of Symbolic Ethnic Identity on the Mosuo Community in Yunnan, China
Su, J., & David K. Abe
Anthropology and Humanism      2019   [Refereed]
Accepted. The Destruction of a Religion and its Lingering Effects: Japanese Shintoism in Hawaii and the West Coast after the Attack on Pearl Harbor
Abe, D., & Imamura, M.
Asian Anthropology   18(4)    2019   [Refereed]
Fourth and Fifth Generation Japanese Americans: The Importance of Ethnicity and Religion in Their Identity
David Kiyoshi Abe
Nagoya Association for Multicultural Studies   8 83-119   2011   [Refereed]

Books etc

 
Rural Isolation and the Dual Cultural Existence of the Japanese American Kona Coffee Community
David Kiyoshi Abe
Palgrave Macmillan   2017   ISBN:978-3319553023-3

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Global Science Campus Workshop [Invited]
David Kiyoshi Abe
Kanazawa University   2017   
The Japanese Nisei of the Kona Coffee Farmers: Shinto Shrines Left Destroyed and Hidden National Identities
David Kiyoshi Abe
International Symposium on Culture, Arts, and Literature, National Chengchi University (Taiwan)   Aug 2015   
The Japanese Nisei of the Kona Coffee Farmers: National Identities
David Kiyoshi Abe
Global Governance and the development of democracy   Apr 2015   
Japanese Buddhist Temple in Early Issei: A Case Study in the Kona Coffee Belt Japanese Community
David Kiyoshi Abe
the Asian Conference on Asian Studies   Jun 2014   
American Domestic Policy: LGBT and Same Sex Marriage [Invited]
David Kiyoshi Abe
Fukui High School   Mar 2014   

Research Grants & Projects

 
The Memories of the Japanese Nisei in the Kona Coffee Belt: Shinto Shrines Left Destroyed and National Identities Eternally Hidden
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS): 
Project Year: 2015 - 2018    Investigator(s): David Kiyoshi Abe
The Japanese Nisei of the Kona Coffee Farmers: Shinto Shrines Left Destroyed and Hidden National Identities
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS): 
Project Year: 2014 - 2016    Investigator(s): David Kiyoshi Abe