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American studies scholar

Kohei Kawashima, American studies scholar. Fulbright scholar, Tokyo, 1987, Melon scholar Massachusetts History Society, Boston, 1990. Member American History Association, Organization American Historians, American Studies Association, Japanese Association American Studies.

Background

Kawashima, Kohei was born on August 29, 1961 in Jujo, Tokyo, Japan. Son of Isamu and Kayoko Kawashima.

Education

Bachelor, University Tsukuba, 1985. Master of Arts, University Tsukuba, 1987. Doctor of Philosophy, Brown University, 1992.

Career

Postdoctoral researcher Kyoritsu Women's University, Hachioji, Tokyo, 1992-1994. Assistant professor Kanda University International Studies, Chiba, Japan, 1994-1998. Associate professor Musashi University, Nerima, Tokyo, 1998—2003, professor, since 2003.

President Japanese Association of America Historians, Kunitachi/Tokyo, 1994-1995.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Class, Ethnicity, and Urban Community: The Formation and Transformation of Boston's Back Bay, 1850-1940, 2002. Co-author: America: A Geographical Introduction, 1992, The Nation State and Archives, 1999. Co-editor: 60 chapters on Contemporary America, 1998, Atlas of American History and Society, 1999, 67 chapters on America of the 21st Century, 2002.

      Editor-in-chief Japanese Journal American History, 1995-1996.

Membership

Member American History Association, Organization American Historians, American Studies Association, Japanese Association American Studies.

Connections

Married Akiko Haruyama, March 20, 1994. Children: Rinako, Takayuki.

father:
Isamu Kawashima

mother:
Kayoko Kawashima

spouse:
Akiko Haruyama

children:
Rinako Kawashima

Takayuki Kawashima