Laurel Nudelman Kamada (Retired Lecturer- Professor, Tohoku University, Japan) has Japan-related publications in: gender/ethnic studies; bilingualism, multiculturalism; marginalized (hybrid, gendered) identities; masculinity; theoretical, methodological discourse analytic approaches, stroke rehabilitation, and hospital life. She serves on the editorial board of Japan Journal of Multilingualism and Multiculturalism . Her book, “Hybrid identities and adolescent girls: Being ‘half’ in Japan” (Multilingual Matters, 2010) was co-awarded the prize for best book on gender and language in 2010-2011 by IGALA (=International Gender and Language Association).Born, raised, educated in Seattle, US, she is presently a freelance writer, residing in Japan with her husband.
Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics, Lancaster University (England)
University of Washington MA in International Studies( Japan Regional Program and Japanese), Master of Arts
western Washing State University, BA in Education
No Content Found
Oh no! laurel hasn't uploaded any content pieces yet.