Warren Stanislaus

Warren Stanislaus

Warren A. Stanislaus is a Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow for Global Perspectives on Society (GPS) at NYU Shanghai. He recently received his PhD in history at the University of Oxford (Pembroke College). Warren is an intellectual and cultural historian. With a particular focus on East Asia in the world, his research and teaching interests include transnational histories of emotions, moods and music, emerging media, and the formation of popular cultures and identities across borders.

Originally from South East London, UK, Warren lived and worked in Tokyo, Japan for 14 years. Prior to joining NYU Shanghai, he was a lecturer at Rikkyo University’s Global Liberal Arts Program and a visiting researcher at Keio University (Mita). 

 

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Education

  • DPhil, History
    University of Oxford

  • MPhil, Modern Japanese Studies
    University of Oxford

  • BA, Liberal Arts
    国際基督教大学 International Christian University (ICU), Tokyo 

Research Interests

  • East Asia

  • Popular Culture

  • Transnational History

  • Afro-Asia

  • Media