Kerry Preibisch is a sociologist specializing in the area of international migration and development. Her research interests are in the areas of gender and migration, international labour migration and global agro-food systems, im/migration issues in rural Canada, and rural development. Since...
Dr. Satsuki Kawano is a Japan anthropologist. After receiving a Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh (U.S.), she held positions at Harvard University (Senior Fellow, Center for the Study of World Religions) and the University of Notre Dame (Assistant Professor) before joining the University of Guelph in 2004. Most recently, as a Japan Foundation Fellow (2008-2009), Kawano conducted fieldwork for her new project on the declining fertility rate and the ideal family size in Japan.
Satsuki Kawano. Nature’s Embrace: Japan’s Aging Urbanites and New Death Rites. (University of Hawai’i Press, 2010).
Satsuki Kawano. Japanese Bodies and Western Ways of Seeing in Late 19th Century, in Adeline Masquelier (ed), Dirt, Undress, and Difference: Critical Perspectives on the Body's Surface (Indiana University Press, 2005), p.149-167.
Satsuki Kawano. Ritual Practice in Modern Japan: Ordering Place, People, and Action (University of Hawai’i Press, 2005)
Satsuki Kawano. Scattering Ashes of the Family Dead: Memorial Activity among the Bereaved in Contemporary Japan. Ethnology 43(3):233-48, 2004b.
Satsuki Kawano. Pre-funerals in Contemporary Japan: The Making of a New Ceremony of Later Life among Aging Japanese. Ethnology 43(2):1-12, 2004a.