Associate Professor Mai Ishihara


Affiliation: Center for Ainu and Indigenous Studies Global Station for Indigenous and Cultural Diversity Research (GSI)


Cultural Anthropology, Autoethnographic Theory, Indigenous Studies, Indigenous Feminism Multiracial with Indigenous and settler leader origins. After graduating from university, he worked as an English teacher before entering graduate school. She conducts research that examines issues facing modern Japan from multiple angles, working with indigenous peoples, women, and various other parties in Japan.


Professor Ishihara's research is introduced in ``Interview ``Affirming pain and weakness and illuminating the unseen aspects of Japanese society.''