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Nana Oishi

Associate Professor In Japanese Studies
Asia Institute
International Migration
Diversity and Inclusion
Japan Studies
social sciences
japan
migration
immigration
political science
demography
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Dr. Nana Oishi is Associate Professor in Japanese Studies at the University of Melbourne. Prior to her current position, she was Professor of Sociology at Sophia University in Tokyo and Policy Analyst at the International Labour Organization (ILO) in Geneva.

She has served the United Nations Expert Meeting on Migration, Development and Social Protection and various national advisory boards on immigration in Japan. She completed her Ph.D. degree in Sociology at Harvard University as a Fulbright Scholar, and received several awards including the Recognition Award from the International Federation of University Women.

Scholarly Works

Displaying the 34 most recent scholarly works by Nana Oishi.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2020

2019 IIE-OUP Prize (the most outstanding paper published in Social Science Japan Journal in 2019)

Oxford University Press and University of Tokyo

2000

Harvard University Certificate of Distinction in Teaching

Harvard University

1999

Recognition Award, International Federation of University Women

International Federation of University Women

1990

Government of Canada Award

Government of Canada

2017

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2001

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1996

FULL - ITT Fulbright Fellowship


1996

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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Associate Professor In Japanese Studies

Asia Institute

Member

International Sociological Association

Board Member 2013-2017

The Japan Association for Migration Policy Studies

Member

The Japan Sociological Association

Education


Doctor of Philosophy in Sociology

Harvard University

Master of Arts in Sociology

University of Toronto

Bachelor of Liberal Arts

International Christian University