Updated on 2023/06/19

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ISHIKAWA Claudia
 
Organization
Administrative Support Organizations International Education & Exchange Associate professor
Title
Associate professor
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Degree 2

  1. LL.M. ( Nagoya University ) 

  2. Master of Arts ( University of St. Andrews ) 

Research Interests 1

  1. Comparative Immigration Law and Policy; Immigration Control; Education-oriented Immigration; Legal Status of Foreigners

Research Areas 3

  1. Others / Others  / Basic Science of Law

  2. Others / Others  / Public Law

  3. Others / Others  / International Law

Current Research Project and SDGs 4

  1. Immigration Law and Policy

  2. Comparative Immigration Law

  3. Legal Status of Foreigners in Japan

  4. Student Mobility

Education 2

  1. Nagoya University   Graduate School, Division of Law   International Relations

    - 2002.3

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    Country: Japan

  2. University of St Andrews   School of History   Modern History

    - 1989

Professional Memberships 3

  1. Japan Association for Migration Studies   Executive Board Member

    2008.4

  2. 国際人権法学会

  3. Japanese Association of Sociology of Law

 

Papers 16

  1. NUPACE 2021-2022: A Remote Experience

    Claudia Ishikawa

      ( 9 ) page: 57 - 66   2022.10

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  2. NUPACE 2020-2021: A COVID-19 Chronology Invited

    Claudia Ishikawa

    Journal of the International Education &Exchange Center (IEEC), Nagoya University,   Vol. 8   page: 35 - 41   2021.10

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    Authorship:Lead author   Language:English   Publishing type:Research paper (bulletin of university, research institution)  

  3. NUPACE and Inbound Student Exchange at Nagoya University in 2019-2020

    Claudia Ishikawa

    Journal of the International Education &Exchange Center (IEEC), Nagoya University, Volume 7     page: 29 - 43   2020.10

  4. NUPACE and Inbound Student Exchange at Nagoya University in 2017-2018: Drawing the Line

    Claudia Ishikawa

    Journal of the International Education &Exchange Center (IEEC), Nagoya University, Volume 5     page: 55 - 68   2018.10

  5. NUPACE and Inbound Student Exchange at Nagoya University in 2016-2017: Directional Dilemmas (Continued)

    Claudia Ishikawa

    Journal of the International Education &Exchange Center (IEEC), Nagoya University, Volume 4     page: 47 - 59   2017.10

  6. Fodder for Recruitment and Food for Thought: Results of the Nagoya University Program for Academic Exchange (NUPACE) Follow-up Survey on Exchange Student Alumni of April 2009~March 2014

        page: 5-17   2015.8

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  7. The International Human Resource Development Nexus in Japan's Immigration Framework: Policy considerations and findings of survey interviews in Germany and Australia

        page: 83-95   2014.10

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    Language:English   Publishing type:Research paper (scientific journal)  

  8. NUPACE and Student Exchange in 2012-2013: The Seeds of Reconstruction

        page: 141-157   2013.8

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    Language:English   Publishing type:Research paper (bulletin of university, research institution)  

  9. NUPACE: A Bumper Year and the Return to Normalcy

      Vol. 8 ( 155-168 )   2010.9

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  10. Nagoya University Student Housing Survey Report: Residents' Perspectives on the Facilities, Management and Human Dimensions of International Ohmeikan

    Claudia Ishikawa, Yamada Naoko

    Journal of the Education Center for International Students   ( 6 ) page: 17-48   2008.10

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    Authorship:Lead author   Language:Japanese   Publishing type:Research paper (bulletin of university, research institution)  

  11. *Education-oriented Immigration in Japan and the Legacy of the 'Plan to Accept 100,000 Foreign Students' Reviewed

    Journal of the Education Center for International Students (ECIS), Nagoya University   ( 4 ) page: 5-26   2006.10

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    This paper tracks and interprets developments in the little-explored field of education-seeking immigration in Japan. Meriting particular attention are the MOJ's deregulatory drive of the late 1990s, which propelled foreign student numbers to their current levels, and the equally drastic U-turn to a policy of retrenchment in late 2003. Issues raised by the unprecedented influx of foreign students, including the jurisdictional blur between the Immigration Bureau and universities, the growing significance of foreign student labour, and a concern that foreign students may constitute a threat to the order of Japanese society are discussed.

  12. When Reality Bites - NUPACE and the Diminishing JASSO Largesse

      ( 3 ) page: 125-138   2005.9

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  13. NUPACE - Back on the Starting Block: University Autonomy and the Balance Challenge

    名古屋大学留学生センター紀要   ( 2 ) page: 133-147   2004.9

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  14. *Japan's Immigration Control & Refugee Recognition Act (ICRRA) and Unskilled Labour in the 1990s: The Advent of a Transparent Immigration Policy? Reviewed

    名古屋大学日本語・日本文化論集   ( 10 )   2002

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  15. *Duality in Immigration Policy: A Comparative Analysis of Temporary Migrant/Training Programmes in Germany and Japan

    平成13年度法務省出入国管理局 委託調査研究     page: 63   2002

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  16. Communication and Human Relationships in the Academic Life of Inernational Students: Questionnaire Results of a Survey on Nagoya University's International Graduate Students

    Working Group - Survey on Nagoya University's International Graduate Students   Vol. 1   2001

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    Language:Japanese  

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Books 1

  1. 移民政策のフロンティア Reviewed

    移民政策学会設立10周年記念論集刊行委員会 偏( Role: Contributor)

    赤石書店  2018.3  ( ISBN:978-4-7503-4652-6

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    Total pages:292   Responsible for pages:24   Language:Japanese Book type:Scholarly book

MISC 1

  1. [GRiDa 名古屋大学留学生ドローウィング展]での目覚めBack to the Drawing Board Invited

    石川 クラウディア

    『Nagoya University annual bulletin of「clas 」2009名古屋大学教養教育院プロジェクトギャラリー「clas 」アニュアル』     page: 96 - 97   2010.3

Presentations 10

  1. 留学生の専門性を生かしたキャリア形成 Invited

    石川 クラウディア

    日本法教育研究センター・コンソーシアム シンポジウム  2019.6.9  名古屋大学大学院法学研究科/法政国際教育協力研究センター(CALE)

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    Event date: 2019.6

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Venue:名古屋  

  2. The International Human Resource Development Nexus in Japan's Immigration Framework: Impact and Challenges

    SOAS, SMLSSK & CALE Joint Workshop on Migration and Pluralism 

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    Event date: 2015.1

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Country:Japan  

  3. Learning and Labouring: International Human Resources Development in Japan's Immigration Paradigm, and Insights from Germany and Australia

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    Event date: 2014.3

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Country:Japan  

  4. Immigration in Japan: Frameworks, conceptions, and prospects for migrant labour

    Immigration in Japan: Frameworks, conceptions, and prospects for migrant labour 

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    Event date: 2013.2

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Country:Japan  

  5. 短期留学受入れをめぐる課題と展望―NUPACE学生の支援を中心に―」

    石川 クラウディア

    北海道地区留学生担当教職員連絡会議 

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    Event date: 2011.12

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Country:Japan  

  6. Innovation in International Student Exchange: Trends and Strategies for the Decade

    Claudia Ishikawa (Moderator)

    NUPACE 15th Anniversary Symposium and Exchange Student Alumni Reunion  

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    Event date: 2011.10

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Country:Japan  

  7. NUPACE15周年記念シンポジウム・交換留学同窓会「交換留学の新展開―今後10年の潮流と戦略課題―」

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    Event date: 2011.10

  8. The Re-emergence of 'Asia' in Japan's Foreign Student Policy: An Analysis of New Strategies International conference

    APAIE (Asia-Pacific Association for International Education) Conference & Exhibition 2008 

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    Event date: 2008.3

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Country:Japan  

  9. Student Exchange Programmes: Impact, Outcomes and Challenges

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    Event date: 2006.10

    Language:English  

    Country:Japan  

  10. Nagoya University - An International University in the Making: International Student Exchange as a Mechanism for Change International conference

    国際学術コンソーシアム(AC21)国際フォーラム 

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    Event date: 2004.7

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

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Other research activities 2

  1. 法学会シンポジウム・多文化共生の国際比較研究会「イギリスと日本において草の根から見る多文化主義と結合のあり方」

    2010.11

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    通訳者としての活動

  2. 移民政策学会2009年度次大会 シンポ2 「日本の留学生政策の再構築:『知的国際貢献』から『高度人材受入れ推進』へ

    2009.5

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    コーディネーターとしての活動

Research Project for Joint Research, Competitive Funding, etc. 1

  1. Duality in Immigration Policy: A Comparative Analysis of Temporary Migrant/Trainee Programmes in Germany and Japan

    2000.10 - 2002.1

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    Grant type:Competitive

KAKENHI (Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research) 2

  1. Keeping Tabs on Aliens: An Analysis of Monitoring Mechanisms in Japan's Immigration Law and Policy Framework

    Grant number:17K03316  2017.4 - 2022.3

    科学研究費助成事業  基盤研究(C)

    石川 クラウディア

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    Authorship:Principal investigator 

    Grant amount:\2470000 ( Direct Cost: \1900000 、 Indirect Cost:\570000 )

    In 2020, the PI continued to conduct a review of relevant literature, white papers, and academic articles, focusing, in particular, on control mechanisms revolving around international students. Discussions within the Japan Association for Migration Policy Studies (JAMPS) and International Human Rights Law Association, on the effects of COVID-19 with respect to immigration and the residence of foreign nationals in Japan were of significant value, and the PI, in 2020, continued to foster links with both Associations.
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    With regard to research activities, in FY 2020, due to the unforeseen fallout resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, the PI was unable to report her findings, with the exception of a guest lecture, conducted online, to the Nagoya University Law School on Japan's managed immigration policy. Here, she focused on issues surrounding the new 'designated skills' residence status.
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    As the topic of this particular research revolves around the forging and maintenance of a rational and coherent immigration policy, COVID-19-related developments, both towards the end of FY 2019 and throughout FY 2020, undeniably affected research progress adversely. Immigration in Japan has been abruptly curtailed; moreover the PI has been unable to conduct any overseas fieldwork. In order to render the research more relevant to the circumstances of the With-COVID era, in FY 2021 the PI intends to add to the research insights on the ramifications of the pandemic on future immigration policy in this country.
    1. The PI is responsible for co-ordinating this university's inbound student exchange programme, which in FY 2020 was beset by a number of difficult challenges generated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Dealing with the repercussions of the pandemic on international student mobility at this University was given priority.
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    2.The advent of COVID-19 has had/is continuing to have serious implications for the pursuit of this particular research. The PI is not only unable to travel abroad to engage in in-depth survey interviews; more significantly, immigration policy, both in Japan and at the global level, has been turned on its head, with international mobility and entry currently being kept to an absolute minimum, and policy-making being put on hold. Moreover, as COVID-19 is generating changes in the social and economic fabric of societies world-wide, post-COVID immigration policy paradigms can be expected to shift dramatically, thereby complicating this research.
    In order to continue this research project in FY 2021, the PI will be required to make significant adjustments for the paradigm-shift in immigration-centred research that has been engendered by With-COVID. Not only will overseas travel (Germany, Australia) for the purpose of conducting interview surveys continue to be non-implementable; equal restrictions apply to domestic travel. Damage can theoretically be mitigated through the employment of ICT applications, such as ZOOM, etc., but initial access to subjects through such means should be understood to be limited. Moreover, most Government agencies have more pressing issues at hand.
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    Nevertheless, research on 'monitoring mechanisms' in immigration law and policy remains a pertinent issue, even in a WITH-COVID society, and the PI intends to continue with her research as follows:
    1. Continue with literature and policy paper reviews, taking particular note of COVID-19 implications for future immigration policy.
    2. Give an oral presentation of research results at the Japan Association of Migration Policy Studies and, thereafter, compile the research into reports for publication.

  2. Immigration law and Policy Paradigms: Assessing the impact and potential of Japan's global human resource development nexus

    2011.4 - 2014.3

    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research 

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Teaching Experience (On-campus) 36

  1. Immigration in Japan

    2023

  2. 日本の「移民」政策

    2022

  3. 外国人と法

    2021

  4. NUPACEオンライン日本語研修プログラム(企画・サポート)

    2020

  5. 外国人と法

    2020

  6. 外国人と法

    2019

  7. Immigration in Japan: Law, Policy, and Society

    2019

  8. Teaching English in the Japanese Community

    2019

  9. Teaching English in the Japanese Community

    2018

  10. 外国人と法

    2018

  11. Immigration in Japan: Law, Policy, and Society

    2018

  12. Teaching English in the Japanese Community

    2017

  13. 外国人と法

    2017

  14. Immigration in Japan: Law, Policy, and Society

    2017

  15. Teaching English in the Japanese Community

    2016

  16. 外国人と法

    2016

  17. Immigration in Japan: Law, Policy, and Society

    2016

  18. Teaching English in the Japanese Community

    2015

  19. 外国人と法

    2015

  20. Immigration in Japan: Law, Policy, and Society

    2015

  21. Teaching English in the Japanese Community

    2014

  22. Immigration in Japan: Law, Policy, and Society

    2014

  23. Immigration in Japan: Law, Policy, and Society

    2013

  24. Teaching English in the Japanese Community

    2013

  25. Immigration in Japan: Law, Policy, and Society

    2012

  26. Teaching English in the Japanese Community

    2012

  27. Immigration in Japan - A Sociolegal Perspective

    2011

  28. Teaching Practice in the Japanese Community

    2011

  29. 国際社会法政ー日本におけるイミグレーションー

    2010

  30. Teaching Practice in the Japanese Community

    2010

  31. Teaching Practice in the Japanese Community

    2009

  32. Immigration in Japan - A Sociolegal Perspective

    2009

  33. An Introduction to Japanese History

    2008

  34. Immigration in Japan - A Sociolegal Perspective

    2008

  35. Introduction to Japanese History

    2007

  36. 国際社会法政ー日本におけるイミグレーションー

    2007

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Teaching Experience (Off-campus) 1

  1. 主催講座『翻訳を通して感じる英語圏文化の魅力』

    2008.4 - 2009.3 名古屋市天白生涯学習センター)

 

Social Contribution 5

  1. 名古屋市千種警察署の通訳・翻訳ボランティア

    Role(s):Editer, Advisor

    2023.4 - 2024.3

  2. 名古屋市千種警察署の通訳・翻訳ボランティア

    2022.4 - 2023.3

  3. 名古屋市千種警察署の通訳・翻訳ボランティア

    2021.4 - 2022.3

  4. 名古屋市千種警察署の通訳・翻訳ボランティア

    2015.4

  5. 地域事業(中部国際空港、NHK World-Japan、Worldscape Business Solution Network等)と交換留学生への連携

    Role(s):Advisor, Informant, Planner, Organizing member

    2010.4