Race and Immigration in Japan and the Netherlands

September 8, 2020

Michael Sharpe, York College, discusses his research on race and immigration in Japan and the Netherlands on International Horizons.

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Michael Sharpe, Associate Professor of Political Science at York College, CUNY, about the role of race and the myth of a homogeneous Japan, touching on such issues such as its complex immigration policy and how nationalism and anti-racist trends play out within the country. In conversation with Graduate Center Professor John Torpey, Director of the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies, on the podcast, International Horizons.

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