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Modern Japanese History
Intellectual and Cultural
History History of Migration


Noriaki Hoshino specializes in modern Japanese history. He received his PhD in Japanese history from Cornell University. His work explores transpacific migration history, modern Japanese intellectual history, and cultural studies. Representative articles and book chapters include “Histories of Modern Migration in East Asia: Studies of the First Half of the Twentieth Century” in International Journal of Asian Studies (2017), “Racial Contacts across the Pacific and the Creation of Minzoku in the Japanese Empire” in Inter-Asia Cultural Studies (2016), and “Migration and the Formation of a Diverse Japanese Nation during the First Half of the Twentieth Century” in Transnational Japan as History: Empire, Migration, and Social Movements (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015). His research has been sponsored by a Fulbright Scholarship (Institute of International Education), a Honjō Scholarship (Japanese American Association of New York), and an Early Career Scholarship/General research Fund (Research Grant Council of Hong Kong).

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  • SDG 10 - Reduced Inequalities


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