Grad Eda Haruki

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Curriculum Vitae

Dissertation Title: "Queer Korean Diaspora: An Ethnography of Geopolitics"

Dissertation Committee: Zakia Salime (chair), Arlene Stein, József Böröcz, Amy Sueyoshi (San Francisco State University)

Areas of Interest: Race and Ethnicity, Social Movements, Environmental Sociology, Transnational Feminism, Queer Theory, Migration and Diaspora, Indigenous and Decolonial Methodologies


Eda, Haruki. 2020. "Archipelagic Feeling: Counter-mapping Indigeneity and Diaspora in the Trans-Pacific" ​In Stephens, Michelle and Martínez-San Miguel, Yolanda (Eds.). 2020. Contemporary Archipelagic Thinking: Towards New Comparative Methodologies and Disciplinary Formations. ​Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield. Pp. 337-360.

Eda, Haruki. 2018. "Unmaking Borders to Demilitarize Peace: A Zainichi Korean Experience." ​Social Text Periscope: Korea and Demilitarized Peace.

Eda, Haruki. 2015. "Disaster Justice: Mobilizing Grassroots Knowledge Against Disaster Nationalism in Japan." ​​In Jolivétte, Andrew (Ed.). 2015. Research Justice: Methodologies for Social Change. Bristol: Policy Press. Pp. 95-108.

Jolivétte, Andrew and Eda, Haruki. 2013. "Louisiana Creoles and Latinidad: Locating Culture and Community." In Adekunle, Julius O. and Williams, Hettie V. (Eds.). 2013. Converging Identities: Blackness in the Contemporary African Diaspora. Durham: Carolina Academic Press. Pp. 273-284.

Eda, Haruki. 2013. "Intimate Agency: A Radical Sexual Revolution." In Garcia, Noemi de Haro and Tseliou, Maria-Anna. (Eds.). Gender and Love: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Leiden: Brill. Pp. 13-20.