Curriculum Vitae

Tomoaki Nomi

Address

Department of Political Science, Philosophy & Religion, Southeast Missouri State University

Cape Girardeau, MO 63701, 573-651-2644

 

tnomi@semo.edu

 

Education

Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1998

    Field: Political Science

        First Major: International Relations

        Second Major: Comparative Politics

        Minor: Political Economy

    Dissertation "The Constraints on the Trade Policies of the Newly Industrialized Countries"

        Prof. Timothy J. McKeown, supervisor

MA University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1991

    Major: Political Science

MA Sophia University (Tokyo) 1989

BA Sophia University (Tokyo) 1987

 

Professional Experience.

    Employment History.

        Associate Professor, Southeast Missouri State University, May. 2009-Present.

        Assistant Professor, Southeast Missouri State University, Aug. 2003-May 2009.

        Lecturer, Western Washington University. Sept. 2001-June 2003

        Assistant Professor, Eastern Illinois University. Aug. 2000-May 2001

        Assistant Professor, Marietta College. Jan. 1999-Aug. 2000

        Instructor, Marietta College. Aug. 1998-Dec. 1998

        Instructor, University of North, Carolina at Chapel Hill. Jan. 1992-Dec. 1997

        Teaching Assistant, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Jan. 1991-Dec. 1991

 

Publication

    Refereed Article

        "Determinants of Trade Orientation in Less Developed Countries" Policy Studies Journal Vol.25
        No.1, Spring 1997, pp.27-38

        "Inequality and Education: Japan’s Urgent Choices." Japan Focus. Feb.13, 2006.

 

Manuscript under Review

    "Regional Redistribution and Electoral Competition in Japan." East Asia: An International
    Quarterly.

 

Work in Progress

    "Export Promotion and the Structure of the International Economy."

 

Support and Honors

    Faculty Development Minigrant, Marietta College 2000

    Faculty Development Minigrant, Marietta College 1999

    Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1997

    Honorable Mention, Graduate Student Paper Award International Studies Association / South 1995

    APSA Foreign Student Travel Grant 1994

    Summer Research Grant University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1992


Convention Papers

Other Convention Activities.

 

Teaching Experience

Courses Currently Taught at Southeast Missouri State University.

 

Other Courses.

 

Teaching Interests

    Introduction to International Relations

    International Political Economy

    International Organization & Global Issues

    East Asian International Relations

    Government and Politics in East Asia

    Introduction to Comparative Politics

    Government and Politics of Japan

 

Professional Groups

    American Political Science Association

    International Studies Association

    Midwest Political Science Association

 

Research Interests

    International Political Economy

    Government and Politics in East Asia

    Industrial Policy and Regional Policy

    Education Policy

    Gender and Politics

 

Languages

    Japanese: native

    English: fluent

    Chinese: reading knowledge

    French: reading knowledge

 

References

 

    Prof. Hamner Hill. Southeast Missouri State University. (573-651-2816) c787hup@semo.edu

    Prof. Sara Weir. Western Washington University. (360-650-2912) Sara.Weir@wwu.edu

    Prof. Rich Wandling. Eastern Illinois University. (217-581-2523) cfraw@eiu.edu

    Prof. Michael Tager. Marietta College. (740-376-4898) tagerm@marietta.edu

    Prof. Timothy Mckeown. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. (919-962-0399)
             timmck@email.unc.edu