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Koshino Kako

Koshino Kako
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Research keywords  (4): Critical Literacies ,  Intersectionality and Social Contexts of Education ,  Race, Gender and Representations in Society ,  Critical Asian Studies
Papers (5):
  • Koshino, K. (2022). Rediscovering the Conflict Zone: Can the Subaltern redefine the theory?. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education. Special Issue on "For Us, By Us: Rooting Critical Whiteness Studies in Color", 35(7), 775-779. 2022
  • Koshino, K. (2021). Reimagining "American Culture": Japanese college students read the world of Chicanx at the juncture of a paradigm shift. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education. 2021
  • Koshino, K. (2019). Tempted by Whiteness?: Linguistic capital and higher education in Japan. The Journal of Educational Foundations, 32, 49-71. 2019
  • Koshino, K. (2015). Race and Identity: Three case studies on Vietnamese American men's experiences. The Journal of Behavioral and Social Sciences, 2,102-112. 2015
  • Ozaki, N., & Koshino, K. (2008). Parental Involvement and Immigrants: Suggestions for future teacher education. The International Journal of Humanities, 1, 99-104. 2008
Books (2):
  • Koshino, K. (2019). Cultural Diversity and Society. In H. Kato (Ed.) Redefining Japan's location within the international community (pp. 232-243).
    Chikura Publishing House. (IN JAPANESE)
  • Koshino, K. (2016). Campus climate and experiences of students of color in a Midwestern college. In F. Tuitt, C. Haynes, & S. Stewart (Eds.), Race, equity and the learning environment: The global relevance of critical and inclusive pedagogies in higher ed
    ucation (pp. 98-111). Virginia: Stylus Publishing.
Lectures and oral presentations  (12):
  • Between the Commodification and Racial Capital: The model minority myth in the Japanese context
    (American Studies Association 2023)
  • Does Naomi Osaka Change the Narrative About Japaneseness?: The Model Minority Myth Challenged by Asian American Activism and Black Feminism
    (Association for Asian American Studies Annual Meeting 2022)
  • Rediscovering the Conflict Zone: Can the Subaltern redefine the theory?
    (American Educational Research Association 2022)
  • Rediscovering the Conflict Zone: Asianness between Whiteness and Blackness
    (11th Int'l Conference on Education & Social Justice 2021)
  • Making a Connection: Japanese-Chicano relations
    (9th Int'l Conference on Education & Social Justice 2019)
Education (2):
  • M.Ed., University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  • Ph.D., Indiana University Bloomington
Professional career (1):
  • Ph.D. (Literacy, Culture, and Language Education)
Association Membership(s) (3):
Association for Asian American Studies ,  American Educational Research Association ,  American Studies Association
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