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Articles by Kyle Cleveland

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Kyle Cleveland is Associate Professor of Sociology at Temple University’s Japan Campus, where he is Faculty Director of Study Abroad and Honors Programming. He is the founding director of the university's Institute of Contemporary Asian Studies. Since the 3.11 Tōhoku disasters, he has done extensive ethnographic fieldwork in Fukushima, interviewing nuclear refugees, prefectural mayors, military officials, activists and nuclear industry experts. He is co-editor of “Legacies of Fukushima: 3-11 in Context,” forthcoming (Spring 2021) through University of Pennsylvania Press.