Eleanor Eriko Tsuchiya Lenoe is a first-year doctoral student with interests in transnational histories of Japan and the US, women and gender, and family history in post-WWII America. She intends to focus her research on the Japanese American women and war brides who immigrated to the United States during the post-war era, investigating questions of race, culture, emotions, dual-cultural identity, and family. Eleanor received her BA in history from the University of Rochester in 2021. Her other interests include oral histories, Japanese American involvement in the social and political movements of the mid-to-late 20th century, and new religious movements in Japan.
Graduate Student Bios
- Eleanor Eriko Tsuchiya Lenoe
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Current Research: Asia/Middle East, Women's & Gender History, US