Daniel Fandino

Daniel Fandino is a first year PhD student  His research interests center primarily on on the study of Modern Japan, focusing on U.S. – Japanese relations and the intersection of nationalism, popular culture and technology. Daniel is also an editor for H-Net: Humanities and Social Science Online and a 2017-2018 Cultural Heritage Informatics Initiative fellow.

Daniel maintains an interest in the digital humanities, American popular culture, and gaming.

Year in Program: 1

Fields: East Asia, United States

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Research Languages: Japanese and Spanish

Educational Background: M.A., History, University of Central Florida; B.A., International Relations, Florida International University.

Email: fandinod@msu.edu