Ksenia Golovina, Community-building of Russian-Speaking Migrants in Japan: Material Lives and (Digital) Visibility Focusing on historical processes and migration types and patterns, this study examines the history of Russian-speaking migration to Japan since the first quarter of the 20th century and up until now. The study pays particular attention to the transformation of community-building practices […]


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 findings were published as a monograph under the title “Russian Women in Japan: Migration, Marriage, and Life Crafting” (Akashi Shoten, in Japanese) in 2017. Ksenia […]