Department of History
- Terumi A. Rafferty-Osaki is a doctoral candidate and adjunct instructor at American University. He is currently working on his dissertation, " 'Strictly Masculine:' Reforming and Performing Manhood at Tule Lake 1942-1946." He has appeared on C-SPAN's Lectures in History discussing the "Integration of Baseball" and on Washington Journal for a segment on "Due Process and Internment." Aside from his academic pursuits, he is currently training for the TCS New York City Marathon, an avid baseball fan, and is a classically trained singer.
DegreesMA, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey BA, Boston College
Favorite Spot on Campus:Reeves Field
Favorite Place in Washington DC:John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
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