HOSHINO, Noriaki 星野統明博士
Assistant Professor, Department of History

Ph.D. Cornell University
M.A. University of Tokyo
B.A. University of Tsukuba
Tel: (852) 3411 6563
Email: noriakih@hkbu.edu.hk

Modern Japanese History
Intellectual and Cultural
History History of Migration
  “Histories of Modern Migration in East Asia: Studies of the First Half of the Twentieth Century” (with Qian Zhu), International Journal of Asian Studies 14:2 (July 2017).
  “Racial Contacts across the Pacific and the Creation of Minzoku in the Japanese Empire,” Inter-Asia Cultural Studies 17:2 (Jun 2016): 186-205.
  “Migration and the Formation of a Diverse Japanese Nation during the First Half of the Twentieth Century,” in Pedro Iacobelli, Danton Leary, and Shinnosuke Takahashi (eds.), Transnational Japan as History: Empire, Migration, and Social Movements (Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015).
  “Analysis of Subject Formation in the Empire- Discourse of Korean Intellectuals in Ryokki” (in Japanese), Language and Information Sciences, Vol.4 (March 2006): 311-324.
  “A Folklorist as Translator,” Review of Melek Ortabashi’s The Undiscovered Country: Text, Translation, and Modernity in the Work of Yanagita Kunio. H-Net Reviews (Sep 2015).
  “Japan’s Northeast: Regionalism and Nationalism,” Review of Nathan Hopson’s Dissertation “Tōhoku as Postwar Thought: Regionalism, Nationalism, and Culturalism in Japan’s Northeast.” Japan Studies Dissertation Reviews (Dec 2013).