Eiichiro Azuma

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Eiichiro Azuma (27 September 1966, Tokyo) is an American historian, and Professor of History and Asian American Studies at the University of Pennsylvania .

Life[edit]

He graduated from University of California at Los Angeles with an M.A. (1992), and a Ph.D.

He has taught at the University of Pennsylvania since January 2001.[1]

His work appeared in the Journal of American History, Journal of Asian Studies, Pacific Historical Review and Journal of American-East Asian Relations, Reviews in American History.[2] He is co-editor of the Asian American Studies book series at the University of Illinois Press.

Awards[edit]

  • Fall 2009, Azuma has held the Alan Charles Kors Endowed Term Chair in History
  • 2008-2009, he was also a recipient of the Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellowship from the University of Texas, Austin
  • Theodore Saloutos Award from the Immigration and Ethnic History Society, for Between Two Empires
  • 2006 Frederick Jackson Turner Award Honorable Mention by the Organization of American Historians, for Between Two Empires
  • History Book Award from the Association for Asian American Studies, for Between Two Empires
  • Hiroshi Shimizu book prize from the Japanese Association of American Studies, for Between Two Empires
  • History Book Award Honorable Mention from the Association for Asian American Studies, for Before Internment

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