・The history of Ho Chi Minh City (from the first half of the 19th century until the present)
・Transformation of rural society as a result of industrialization in southern Vietnam
|2003||B.A. Oriental History, Faculty of Letters, The University of Tokyo|
|2004–2006||Department of Vietnamese Studies and Vietnamese Language for Foreigners, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University – Ho Chi Minh City|
|2007||M.A. South and Southeast Asian History and Society, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, The University of Tokyo|
|2018||Ph.D., Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, The University of Tokyo|
|2008–2010||JSPS Research Fellow (DC2), The University of Tokyo|
|2014–Present||Project Research Fellow, Uehiro Project for the Asian Research Library|
Articles & Presentations
“Vietnamese Residents in the Saigon Municipal Council during the French Colonial Period: Limitations of the Universal Suffrage System,” Southeast Asia History and Culture, 49 (2020): 106–124 (in Japanese).
“Koizumi Junko (ed.), Production of history: Narrating and silencing the Southeast Asia’s past, Kyoto, 2018,” Shigaku zasshi, 128–54(2019): 80–88 (in Japanese).
“Southeast Asia,” Shigaku zasshi, 177–5 (2008): 271–276 (in Japanese).
“Changes in land ownership by race during the colonial period: the case of Saigon City,” 5th Annual ANGIS (The Asian Network for GIS-based Historical Studies) Conference, The University of the Philippines Diliman, December 2, 2016.