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Previous research on Europeans in Japan

This post introduces my previous research on European migration to Japan which is summarized in my latest book Migration, Whiteness,...
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Webinar: Contemporary European Migrants in Japan

This online seminar focuses on different aspects of contemporary European migration to Japan. Despite being still a largely overlooked pattern...
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Abstracts

Ksenia Golovina, Community-building of Russian-Speaking Migrants in Japan: Material Lives and (Digital) Visibility Focusing on historical processes and migration types...
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Presenters

Ksenia Golovina  (Associate Professor, Faculty of Sociology, Toyo University) Initially trained in Japanese Studies, Ksenia Golovina received her PhD in...
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Interview survey and privacy

Each of the interviews for this project will held upon informed consent of the interviewee. Participant will get explanation of...
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Questionnaire survey privacy policy

The data collected for the questionnaire survey are anonymous and the survey does not collect any information (e.g., IP address)...
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Project Q&A

This post attempts to answer some basic questions about the project, such as why is the project important, who can...
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Europeans in Japan – basic information

This post provides some quick facts and numbers about European population residing in Japan based on official statistics. Quick facts...
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  • Europeans in Japan – basic information
    This post provides some quick facts and numbers about European population residing in Japan based on official statistics. Quick facts There are about 75,000 European nationals living in Japan (by […]
  • Project Q&A
    This post attempts to answer some basic questions about the project, such as why is the project important, who can become part of it or whether the Europeans are actually […]
  • Questionnaire survey privacy policy
    The data collected for the questionnaire survey are anonymous and the survey does not collect any information (e.g., IP address) that can lead to identifying individuals. However, based on your […]
  • Interview survey and privacy
    Each of the interviews for this project will held upon informed consent of the interviewee. Participant will get explanation of their rights, project’s purpose and risks and benefits of the […]
  • Presenters
    Ksenia Golovina  (Associate Professor, Faculty of Sociology, Toyo University) Initially trained in Japanese Studies, Ksenia Golovina received her PhD in Anthropology from the University of Tokyo in 2012. The fieldwork-based […]