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Terumi Rafferty-Osaki

Adjunct Instructor 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.

Degrees

MA, 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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