Gail Nomura

Associate Professor Emerita; Adjunct Associate Professor: History, and Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies

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Ph.D., University of Hawaii at Mānoa, 1978
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Gail M. Nomura is Associate Professor of American Ethnic Studies (Asian American and Pacific Islander American Studies) and adjunct associate professor of History and Women Studies at the University of Washington. Her recent publications include Contested Terrain: Local Japanese on the Yakama Indian Reservation, 1906-1942 (University of Washington Press, forthcoming), Nikkei in the Pacific Northwest, Japanese Americans and Japanese Canadians in the Twentieth Century(co-edited with Louis Fiset, University of Washington Press, 2005) andAsian/Pacific Islander American Women, A Historical Anthology (co-edited with Shirley Hune, New York University Press, 2003). She has served as Director of the Asian/Pacific American Studies Program at the University of Michigan and Washington State University. She is a past president of the Association for Asian American Studies, a member of the American Studies Association (ASA) advisory committee for the ASA- JAAS (Japanese Association for American Studies) project, and past board member of the Nikkei Heritage Association of Washington/Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Washington (NHAW/JCCCW).