Education / Research Experience
|B.A. Oriental History, University of Tokyo, 2004|
|M.A. Asian Studies (South and Southeast Asian History and Society), University of Tokyo, 2006|
|Ph.D. Asian Studies (South and Southeast Asian History and Society), University of Tokyo, 2013|
|Research Fellowship for Young Scientists (DC2), Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (The University of Tokyo), 2009-2011|
|Intelligence and Analysis Service, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 2011-2012|
|part-time instructor, Faculty of Letters (Asian History), Keio University, 2012-2014|
|Research Associate, Area Studies Center (Current Affairs Studies Group), Institute of Developing Economies, 2013-2015|
|part-time instructor, Faculty of Foreign Studies (Burmese), Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2013-today|
|part-time instructor, School of Letters (Asian Civilization), Tokai University, 2014-2015|
|Research Fellow, Area Studies Center (Current Affairs Studies Group), Institute of Developing Economies, 2015-today|
- "Discovery of "Outsiders": The Expulsion of Undesirable Chinese and Urban Governance of Colonial Rangoon, Burma, c.1900-1920" The Journal Sophia Asian Studies (Tokyo: Sophia University) 32, 2014.
- “From an Indian City to the Capital of Burma: The Emerging State Border in Colonial Rangoon, c.1850-1930” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Tokyo, 2013 (in Japanese)
- “An embryonic border: Racial discourses and compulsory vaccination for Indian immigrants at ports in colonial Burma, 1870-1937” Moussons: Recherche en sciences humaines sur l'Asie du Sud-Est (Marseille: Institut de recherche sur le Sud-Est Asiatique, Centre national de la recherche scientifique et Université de Provence) 17, 2011.
Membership of Academic Societies
Japan Society for Southeast Asian Studies, The Japan Society for the Studies of Chinese Overseas, The Historical Society of Japan