- M.A. Intercultural and International Communication, School of International Service, American University; B.Ed. Educational Psychology, Faculty of Education, The University of Tokyo
- Languages Spoken
- Japanese, English, Mandarin Chinese
- Favorite Spot on Campus
- Bender Library
- Junki Nakahara is a PhD candidate at American University’s School of Communication. Her research focuses on nationalism and xenophobia in East Asian contexts, critical and cultural studies, feminist media studies, and international relations. Her research has been published in the Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus and New Media & Society. She has recently contributed a book chapter to Sanctions as war: Anti-imperialist perspectives on American geo-economic strategy (Edited by S. Davis and I. Ness, 2021).
SISU-296 Selected Topics:Non-Recurring: U.S.-Asia Relations
COMM-755 Research Design in Comm
SISU-212 China, Japan & the U.S.