基本情報

所属
京都大学 大学院人間・環境学研究科 教授
学位
Ph.D.歴史学(UCLA)

J-GLOBAL ID
201201045461334331
researchmap会員ID
B000222550

外部リンク

Brian Masaru Hayashi is a Professor in the Human & Environmental Studies Graduate School, Kyoto University. Hayashi came to Kyoto University in April 1999 after teaching as an Assistant Professor in American Studies, History (with a courtesy appointment in East Asian Studies) and founding and serving as the Director of the Ethnicity, Race, and Migration Program at Yale University. Among other honors, he has received the Mitsubishi Foundation research grant and the Challenging Research Grant from the Japanese Ministry of Education. Hayashi is the author of three books, including Democratizing the Enemy, winner of the Robert Athearn Award in 2006 and is about to finish his fourth book on Asian American spies for the Office of Strategic Services during World War II. He earned his PhD from the University of California, Los Angeles after receiving Master’s degrees from the same institution and Fuller Theological Seminary, and a BA degree in sociology from California State University, Long Beach. Professor Hayashi’s area of study is on Asian Americans but includes the wider issues related to race, immigration, religion, military security, and the American West. His graduate students, both current and former, also cover a wide range of topics comparing certain aspects of the United States with other countries that include China, Japan, Korea, Brazil, Russia, and Spain. Professor Hayashi has been the principal investigator in a couple of collaborative research projects. One involved the study of gender and race as it relates to Japanese Americans to determine how their racial representation changed during the decades between World War I and World War II. A second and most current joint research project he is in the midst of directly involves specialists on Canada, Mexico, and Latin America from both sides of the Pacific Ocean to examine how the Yellow Peril idea of the late nineteenth century was transformed into the Red Peril of the mid-twentieth century.

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