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Introduction: I’m an Associate Professor of Anthropology at Yale University. My doctoral research in sociocultural anthropology has been on sign language, identity, civil society, and minority social movements in modern Japan. At Yale, I teach courses on queer ethnography, disability and culture, Japan Studies, and visual and applied anthropology.
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Each numbered line corresponds to a roll of film from my negative archive. Each picture is named for its frame number within that roll. Everything is in chronological order, spanning roughly 1996 to 2008. For now, the best way to explore these pictures is to just click around.