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Mona Oikawa

School of Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies

Associate Professor

Office: Room 444 Atkinson Building
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 44014
Email: oikawa@yorku.ca


Professor Oikawa teaches and researches in the areas of critical race studies, gender, and cultural studies. She is currently researching Japanese Canadians' relationship to Canadian settler colonialism. She also conducts research on the Internment of Japanese Canadians.

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Professor Oikawa teaches and researches in the areas of critical race studies, gender, and cultural studies. She is currently researching Japanese Canadians' relationship to Canadian settler colonialism.She also conducts research on the Internment of Japanese Canadians.

Degrees

PhD, University of Toronto

Research Interests

Gender Issues , Culture and Cultural Studies, Critical Race Studies, Settler Colonialism, Writing

Current Research Projects

Racial Formation in a Settler Society: Japanese Canadians' Relationship to Colonialism

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    Funders:
    SSHRC
Books

Publication
Year

Cartographies of Violence: Japanese Canadian Women, Memory and the Subjects of the Internment. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012. 474 pages.

2012


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2020 AP/GWST4502 6.0 A Violence Against Women SEMR
Fall/Winter 2020 AP/GWST4502 6.0 B Violence Against Women SEMR


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2020 AP/GWST4502 6.0 A Violence Against Women SEMR
Fall/Winter 2020 AP/GWST4502 6.0 B Violence Against Women SEMR
Winter 2021 GS/GFWS6007 3.0 M Feminist Research Colloquium SEMR


Professor Oikawa teaches and researches in the areas of critical race studies, gender, and cultural studies. She is currently researching Japanese Canadians' relationship to Canadian settler colonialism. She also conducts research on the Internment of Japanese Canadians.

Professor Oikawa teaches and researches in the areas of critical race studies, gender, and cultural studies. She is currently researching Japanese Canadians' relationship to Canadian settler colonialism.She also conducts research on the Internment of Japanese Canadians.

Degrees

PhD, University of Toronto

Research Interests

Gender Issues , Culture and Cultural Studies, Critical Race Studies, Settler Colonialism, Writing

Current Research Projects

Racial Formation in a Settler Society: Japanese Canadians' Relationship to Colonialism

    Project Type: Funded
    Funders:
    SSHRC

All Publications


Books

Publication
Year

Cartographies of Violence: Japanese Canadian Women, Memory and the Subjects of the Internment. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012. 474 pages.

2012


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2020 AP/GWST4502 6.0 A Violence Against Women SEMR
Fall/Winter 2020 AP/GWST4502 6.0 B Violence Against Women SEMR


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2020 AP/GWST4502 6.0 A Violence Against Women SEMR
Fall/Winter 2020 AP/GWST4502 6.0 B Violence Against Women SEMR
Winter 2021 GS/GFWS6007 3.0 M Feminist Research Colloquium SEMR