Ph.D., University of California San Diego, 2011
Office: HSSB 4221
Hours: On Leave 2015-2016
My research explores the social, cultural, and technological history of mobility in twentieth century Japan and the Japanese Empire. I am currently at work on a history of travel and the spatial politics of the Japanese Empire. Other aspects of my research consider the history of transportation technologies and social thought in the twentieth century. I teach graduate and undergraduate courses on modern and recent Japanese history, the history of empire, and critical global history.
Research and Teaching Interests
Undergraduate and Graduate Courses
Honors and Professional Activities