Dr Yuriko Nagata

Honorary Senior Research Fellow

School of Languages and Cultures
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Overview

Dr Yuriko Nagata’s research interests include: Japanese diaspora in Australia and Pacific, and culture in Japanese language studies.

Her current research projects include:

  • Cultural and social diversity in Japanese language material
  • The Japanese community of Torres Strait
  • The Japanese Diaspora in Australia: Gendered perspective

She was a member of the Conference Organising

Qualifications

  • BA in English-American Literature, Meiji Gakuin University
  • MSc in Applied Linguistics, Indiana University
  • PhD in History, The University of Adelaide

Publications

  • Nagata, Yuriko and Nagatomo, Jun (2015). Japanese. In We are Queenslanders: contemporary ulticultural tapestry of peoples (pp. 225-227) Brisbane, Queensland: Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland.

  • Matthews, Julie and Nagata, Yuriko (2014). Pedagogies of the Japanese diaspora: racialization and sexualization in Australia. In Georgina Tsolidis (Ed.), Migration, Diaspora and Identity: Cross-National Experiences (pp. 141-155) Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer Netherlands. doi:10.1007/978-94-007-7211-3_9

  • Nagata, Yuriko (2010). Nikkeiimin no shuyojo no seikatsu [The life in the Internment Camp]. In: Wakayama kara Sekai eno imin: Senjin no rekishi wo manabi, aratana kokusaikouryu e" [Overseas Emigration from Wakayama: Creating a new international exchange through understanding of the history of the emigrants]. Wakayama kara Sekai eno imin: Senjin no rekishi wo manabi, aratana kokusaikouryu e" [Overseas Emigration from Wakayama: Creating a new international exchange through understanding of the history of the emigrants], Wakayama, Japan, (46-56). 2009.

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Publications

Book

Book Chapter

  • Nagata, Yuriko and Nagatomo, Jun (2015). Japanese. In We are Queenslanders: contemporary ulticultural tapestry of peoples (pp. 225-227) Brisbane, Queensland: Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland.

  • Matthews, Julie and Nagata, Yuriko (2014). Pedagogies of the Japanese diaspora: racialization and sexualization in Australia. In Georgina Tsolidis (Ed.), Migration, Diaspora and Identity: Cross-National Experiences (pp. 141-155) Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer Netherlands. doi:10.1007/978-94-007-7211-3_9

  • Nagata, Y. (2008). Naive patriotism: The internment of Moshi Inagaki in Australia during the Second World War. In Beaumont, J., Marinuzzi O'Brien, I. and Trinca, M. (Ed.), Under Suspicion: Citizenship and Internment in Australia during the Second World War (pp. 112-124) Canberra: National Museum of Australia Press.

  • Nagata, Y (2006). La guerre du Pacifique et les immigrs japonais en Nouvelle-Caldonie. In M. Tsuda (Ed.), Feu nos Peres: Les emigrants japonais en Nouvelle-Caledonie (pp. 61-65) Kyoto: Feu nos Peres Exhibition Committee.

  • Nagata, Yuriko and Sullivan, Kristen (2005). Hegemonic gender in Japanese as a foreign language education: Australian perspectives. In M. McLelland and R. Dasgupta (Ed.), Genders, Transgenders and Sexualities in Japan (pp. 15-32) Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

  • Shnukal, A., Ramsay, G. M. and Nagata, Y. (2004). Introduction. In Anna Shnukal, Guy Ramsay and Yuriko Nagata (Ed.), Navigating boundaries: The Asian diaspora in the Torres Strait (pp. 2-11) Pandanus Books: Canberra, Australia.

  • Nagata, Yuriko (2004). The Japanese in Torres Strait. In A. Shnukal, G. Ramsay and Y. Nagata (Ed.), Navigating Boundaries: The Asian Diaspora in Torres Strait (pp. 139-159) Canberra: Pandanus Books.

  • Nagata, Y. (2001). Certain types of aliens: The Japanese in Australia, 1941-1952. In Paul Jones and Vera Mackie (Ed.), Relationships: Japan and Australia, 1870s-1950s (pp. 217-240) Melbourne: History Dept., Univ Melbourne.

  • Nagata, Y. (2001). Japanese. In Maximilian Brandle (Ed.), Multicultural Queensland, 2001 (pp. 222-249) Albert St., Brisbane: Multicultural Affairs Qld., Dept of the Premier and Cabinet.

  • Nagata, Y. (2001). Lost in space: Ethnicity and identity of Japanese-Australians 1945-1960s. In Jones, Paul and Oliver, Pam (Ed.), Changing Histories: Australia and Japan (pp. 85-99) Monash: Monash University Press.

  • Nagata, Y. (2000). 'A little colony on our own': Australia's camps in World War II. In Saunders, Kay and Daniels, Roger (Ed.), Alien justice : Wartime internment in Australia and North America (pp. 185-204) St Lucia: University of Queensland Press.

  • Nagata, Y. (1999). 'Send them all back': Repatriation of Japanese internees held in Australia during the Second World War. In P. Dennis (Ed.), 1945 War and Peace in the Pacific: Selected Essays (pp. 155-166) Canberra: Australia War Memorial.

  • Nagata, Y. (1999). Once I couldn't even spell 'PhD student', but now I are one: Personal experiences of an NESB student. In Yoni Ryan and Ortrun Zuber-Skerritt (Ed.), Supervising postgraduates from non-English speaking backgrounds (pp. 15-24) Buckingham, UK & Philadelphia, USA: Open University Press.

Journal Article

Conference Publication

  • Nagata, Yuriko (2010). Nikkeiimin no shuyojo no seikatsu [The life in the Internment Camp]. In: Wakayama kara Sekai eno imin: Senjin no rekishi wo manabi, aratana kokusaikouryu e" [Overseas Emigration from Wakayama: Creating a new international exchange through understanding of the history of the emigrants]. Wakayama kara Sekai eno imin: Senjin no rekishi wo manabi, aratana kokusaikouryu e" [Overseas Emigration from Wakayama: Creating a new international exchange through understanding of the history of the emigrants], Wakayama, Japan, (46-56). 2009.

Grants (Administered at UQ)

PhD and MPhil Supervision

Completed Supervision