Sato Hiromi

Years of Stay at HYI

Aug 2019 to May 2020

University Affiliation (Current)

University Affiliation

Hiromi Satoh is a Lecturer in the Faculty of Global Studies, Reitaku University. He was previously a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Advanced International and Social Studies, the University of Tokyo. He also taught International Organization as a part-time lecturer at Tokai University, Kanagawa, Japan. He received a B.A. (International Politics) from Aoyama Gakuin University and an M.A. (International Relations) from the University of Tokyo. His Ph.D. dissertation was about conditions for making the political effect of ethnicities maximum/minimum on their national self-determination under the international territorial administration. His research focuses on historical case studies: the UN-monitored plebiscites over the territorial disputes under the British and French trusteeship territories of Togo and Cameroons during 1955-1961. During his stay at the Harvard Center for African Studies as an HYI African Studies Training Program Fellow, worked on a project entitled “Resonance between International Administration and Early Political Organization under the UN trusteeship territories in West Africa.“

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