Full-time Faculty Members
Assistant Professor, Office for Gender Equality, Nagoya University (2011-)
Postdoctoral Fellow, Centre for East & Southeast Asian Studies, Lund University
Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Asian Research, University of British Columbia
Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Illinois at Chicago
M.A. in Sociology, Chiba University
B.A. in International Relations, University of British Columbia
Research interests: Sociology of Globalization, Gender Equality, Institutional Analysis, Sociology of Law
Current Research Projects:
• Towards Gender Equal Societies: An International Comparison
• Career Development of Women Researchers in Natural Sciences
Saegusa Mayumi (2014). "Sweden no gakudohoiku-shidoin ni tsuite [Research on leisure centre instructors in Sweden]." In Shoko Matsumura and Kenji Nonaka eds. Gakudo Hoiku shidoin no Kokusai Hikaku [Chuo Houki] (Japanese)
Saegusa, Mayumi (2013). "Nihon no housou yousei seido kaikaku to sentakuteki ouyou riron [selective adaptation on Japanese legal Education Reform]." in Yoshitaka Wada and Pitman Potter eds. Nihon ni okeru sentakuteki ouyo riron no jissen [selective adaptation in Japan. Tokyo: Signe (Japanese)
Saegusa, Mayumi and Julian Dierkes (2011). “Alternative Dispute Resolution in Japanese Legal Education: Preliminary Evidence from the 2003 and 2004 Curricula.” in Pitman Potter and Ljiljana Biukovic eds. The Globalization and Local Adaptation in International Trade Law. Vancouver, B.C., Canada: University of British Columbia Press.
Saegusa Mayumi (2009). “Sweden: Kodomono kenri toshite no hoiku. [Sweden: After School Activities as Children’s rights].” in Mika Ikemoto ed. Kodomo no Houkago wo Kangaeru [Considering Children’s After School Activities]. Tokyo: Keiso Shobo. (Japanese). p56-71.
Saegusa, Mayumi (2009). “Why the Japanese Law School System was Established: Co-optation as a Defensive Tactic in the Face of Global Pressures.” Law & Social Inquiry 34(2): 365-398.
Saegusa, Mayumi (2003). “A New Movement of Alternative Organization: Women Workers’ Cooperatives in Japan” Japanese Annual Review of Sociology 16:90-101. (Japanese)