Kaifeng Jews
May 1
KAIFENG and BEYOND:
Jewish Life in China, Past and Presentmore info »
Bridging the Pacific bridge and city at night
Ship and skyline
Entering a Japanese temple through round door
riverfront market
Japanese temple on the water
chinese market
Shanghai skyline
Korean women in bright dresses
boat vendors
Airport sign with destinations

Affiliated Faculty

The University of San Francisco College of Arts and Sciences requires that all faculty be "committed to freedom and the responsibility to pursue truth and follow evidence to its conclusion."

The USF faculty members listed below cooperate and collaborate in various ways with the Center for the Pacific Rim and its programs and initiatives:

John K. Nelson, Ph.D., Professor
Theology and Religious Studies
Email: nelsonj@usfca.edu
Phone: 415-422-5093 
Areas of Interest: Japanese religions and society, globalization, religion and politics, cultural anthropology, multiculturalism, secularity
Regional Focus: Japan, East Asia
Learn more about Dr. Nelson's Yasukuni Shrine research.

Hwaji Shin Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Sociology
Email: hshin2@usfca.edu
Areas of Interest: Nationalism, Citizenship, Historical & Comparative Sociology, Globalization, Race and ethnicity 
Regional Focus: Japan, U.S., Korea