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Tets Kimura

Tets Kimura is completing his doctoral research in International Relations at Flinders University, where he teaches Creative Arts. He has been a winner of various awards in political sciences and Asian studies, including the 2016 Paul Varley Award (Japan Studies Association, USA). His latest publications include “Cool Japan: Fashion as a Vehicle of Soft Power” (Transglobal Fashion Narratives, 2018. Bristol: Intellect, editors Anne Peirson-Smith and Joseph H. Hancock II), “Heroes and Villains: A Discourse Analysis of Australian and Japanese Whaling Reports in Newspapers” (Continuum 32:3, 2018, co-author Sandra Egege), and “Creation of Contemporary Taiwanese Fashion” (Fashion Practice 9:3, 2017, co-author Shih-Ying Lin). He will co-chair the 2018 Australian Institute of Interpreters and Translators (AUSIT) National Conference in November.

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