Paula R. Curtis ポーラ･カーティス
Historian, Project Manager
Paula R. Curtis is a Ph.D. candidate in History at the University of Michigan. Her research focuses on network formation and social, economic, and material exchange between metal caster artisan associations, courtiers, and warriors in late medieval period Japan. She recently completed research as an affiliate at the Historiographical Institute of the Tokyo University and a Fulbright (2014-2015) and Japan Foundation fellow (2015-2016).
Paula is the creator and primary editor of the blog What can I do with a B.A. in Japanese Studies? [shinpaideshou.wordpress.com].
Malina Rose Suity マリナ・ローズ・スーティ
Public Historian, Content Manager
Malina Rose Suity is a Junior Architectural Historian for a Pennsylvania-based engineering and environmental consulting firm. She holds a Master’s degree in Public History from the University of West Florida where she took part in a number of oral history interview projects. She is a consulting historian for Next Exit HistoryTM.
Takeiri Yoshino 竹入淑乃
Yoshino Takeiri is a freelance English-Japanese translator/interpreter. She completed a two-year training program in English-Japanese interpretation at the Japan College of Foreign Language. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Intercultural Communications from Gakushuin Women’s College in Tokyo. She also holds a National Museum Curator Qualification. She is the English-to-Japanese translator of this website.
Marlowe Zoller マーロ・ザラ
Marlowe Zoller (pronouns: they/them/theirs) works in international education. After earning a BA in Cultural and Critical Studies from the University of Denver and an MA in Japan Studies from the University of Michigan, they participated in the JET Programme as a Coordinator for International Relations (CIR) in Ishikawa Prefecture for two years and then worked in Kanazawa for a travel agency. They currently work in international education in the US.