A Little About me
I am an assistant professor of international relations at the Department of International Relations and International Organization (IRIO), the University of Groningen, and a research fellow at the Faculty of Law, Kobe University. My interest lies in exploring and researching the processes and mechanisms underlying social conflicts and cooperation. In particular, I study the microfoundations of social diversity and conflicts and how different groups of people -- different gender, ethnic, income, and national groups -- can co-exist within a society in an era of globalization and technological advancement. I have received several awards and grants for my research. You can learn more about my research on this website (projects and publications) and my CV.
Name in Japanese kanji: 田中 世紀
e: seikitanaka “at-mark” gmail.com or S.Tanaka “at-mark” rug.nl (replace “at-mark”)
p: +31 (0)6 3198 4228
o: 1312.0107, Oude Kijk in 't Jatstraat 26, Groningen, the Netherlands
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