Teaching and Supervision in Japanese/Asian studies
Research: I am interested in contemporary social issues in Japan, education and employment systems, and globalisation and internationalisation in various East Asian contexts.
Biography: I began my academic career in 2011; previously I have worked as a Japanese-English translator and an international communications consultant to higher education institutions and private corporations in Japan.
- I was invited to present at a Japan-Australia University Symposium on 24 November 2015. Hosted jointly by Kyushu University and the University of Sydney and supported ... Read more
- Breaden, J. 2015. Education and training for the intercultural competence of Japanese university graduates: policy, practice, and markets in nonformal education. In Non-formal Education and Civil Society in ... Read more
- In September I enjoyed a brief sojourn in Japan as a visiting researcher at the Ritsumeikan Center for Asia Pacific Studies. I was there to ... Read more
- I was recently invited by Hitotsubashi University, Japan to give a keynote presentation at a roundtable on university internationalisation. The roundtable was attended by Hitotsubashi’s President, ... Read more
- Latest journal article: Global attributes or local literacy? International students in Japan’s graduate employment systemInternational students graduating from Japanese universities are becoming an important component of graduate recruitment strategy in globalising Japanese firms. They are praised for possessing exactly ... Read more