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Asia-Pacific Journal Subscription Drive July 2019

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The Editors

Articles by Jeffry Gayman

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Jeffry Gayman is Associate Professor with a dual affiliation in the Research Faculty of International Media and Communication and the School of Education at Hokkaido University. His research focuses on indigenous peoples, multiculturalism, indigenous and Intercultural education and endangered language revitalization. His publications include “Ainu Right to Education and Ainu Practice of ‘Education’: Current Situation and Imminent Issues in Light of Indigenous Education Rights and Theory”, Intercultural Education (2011), and a chapter on the Ainu in the forthcoming volume Indigenous Philosophies of Education Around the World.