YANAKA Hisako

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Name
YANAKA Hisako
Affiliation
Kyoritsu Women's University
Section
Faculty of International Studies
Job title
Professor
Degree
MA(Emory University), MA(Japan Women's University), ABD(Rikkyo University)

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1982
 - 
1986
Toyo Women's College, Lecturer
 
1986
 - 
1989
Toyo Women's College, Associate Professor
 
1989
 - 
1999
Kyoritsu Women's University, Associate
 
 
   
 
Professor
 
1999
 - 
Today
Kyoritsu Women's University, Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1980
History, Graduate School, Division of Letters, Rikkyo University
 
 
 - 
1973
American Studies, Graduate School, Division of Humanities, Japan Women's University
 
 
 - 
1972
American Hitory, History Department, Emory University
 
 
 - 
1969
Department of English : American Literature, Faculty of Literature and American Studies, Japan Women's University
 

Committee Memberships

 
2003
 - 
2005
the Committee member for National University Education and Research Evaluation
 
2006
 - 
Today
 Executive Director of the Japanese Association of American Studies
 
2009
 - 
Today
Editorial Board of the Japanese Association of American History 
 
 
   
 
American Historical Association, Organization of American Historians, American Studies Association, Southern Historical Association, Japanese Association of American Studies, Japanese Association of American History   2006-Present Executive Director of the Japanese Association of American Studies 2009-Present Editorial Board of the Japanese Association of American History 
 

Misc

 
Racial Integration in the Higher Education in the South: African Americans in Georgia
YANAKA Hisako
共立女子大学・共立女子短期大学『総合文化研究所紀要』   20 67-82   Feb 2014
The 1996 Atlanta Olympic Legacy: The Displacement of Black Communities
YANAKA Hisako
Studies in English and American Litarature   48 19-49   Mar 2013
An Interdisciplinary Perspective Linking Educational Politics and Societies in Japan, China and the United States: How Political Culture, Economiy, Social Structure and Social Consciousness Define the Educational Philosophy of the Society
YANAKA Hisako
The Bulletin of Kyoritsu Center for Interdisciplinary Studies of Science and Culture   17 53-100   Mar 2011
Education in the Postbellum Georgia:Reflection of the Southern Society from Race, Gender and Class
YANAKA Hisako
The Journal of Kyoritsu Area Studies   27 99-110   Mar 2010
Intersection of Race and Gender in Higher Education for African American Women: The Case of Spelman College”
The Journal of Kyoritsu Area Studies 25:   25 pp. 1-24.   2008

Books etc

 
“Jackie Robinson and the Brown Decision” in Documents in American Hisotry
Tokyo University Press   2005   
"Gender" in Invitation to American Culture.
Hokuseido   2004   
"African Americans" in USA Today. Ed. By Hiroshi Kashiwagi et al.Taishukan,
Taishukan   2004   
African Americans and Japanese Firms in Georgia.
Washington DC: Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies.   2001   
" Building Bridges Between Young Japanese and African Americans,"
Perspectives on Contemporary Issues: Readings From the Disciplines edited by Kathy Ackley (Harcourt Brace College)   1996   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
“African Americans Meet Japanese Cultures"
the Annual meeting of the American Studies Association (ASA),   2004   
“Race and Gender in Higher Education for African American Women: The Case of SpelmanCollege”
the annual meeting of the American Studies Association of Korea (ASAK),   2008   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Japanese Corporations and Black Communities in Georgia
Contract Research
Project Year: 1994 - 2002
Education of Women in the South
The Other Research Programs
Project Year: 2000   
Black Communities in Atlanta
JST Target Oriented Research for Embryonic Science and Technology (TOREST)
Project Year: 1987   
Primary Sources in American Studies
Grants and Funding
Project Year: 2001 - 2003
The South in the US