STEINHOFF, Patricia G. Dr.
b. 1941, US citizen

Professor of Sociology

University of Hawaii

Porteus Hall 240
2424 Maile Way
Honolulu, HI 96822

TEL: (808) 956-7676/ 7693
FAX: (808) 956-3707
HOME FAX: (808) 988-5483
EMAIL: steinhof@hawaii.edu

CAN BE INTERVIEWED FOR: Print, Radio, TV

INTERVIEW LANGUAGES: English, Japanese

SPECIALIZATIONS:

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Director, Center for Japanese Studies, University of Hawaii, 1985-94; Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor, Sociology, University of Hawaii, 1968-present.

IN JAPAN: 1966-68, 1982-83, 1990-91, 1998-99 - Fulbright; 1963-64 - study.

MAJOR PUBLICATIONS:

"Notes from the Underground: Doing Fieldwork Without a Site," Doing Field Work in Japan (Bestor, Theodore & Steinhoff, eds., University of Hawaii Press, forthcoming); "Student Protest in the 1960s," Social Science Japan (#15, 1999); "Three Women Who Loved the Left: Radical Women Leaders in the Japanese Red Army Movement," Re-imaging Japanese Women (A. Imamura, ed., University of California Press, 1996); "When Murder May be Suicide and 'Yes' Means 'I Heard You': The Sociologiest as Cultural Interpreter," Sociology on Trial: Sociologists as Expert Witnesses (P. Jenkins, S. Kroll-Smith, eds. Greenwood Press, 1996)"Death by Defeatism and Other Fables: the Social Dynamics of the Rengo Sekigun Purge," Japanese Social Organization (ed. Lebra) (University of Hawaii Press, 1992); Tenko: Ideology and Societal Integration in Prewar Japan (Garland, 1991); Directory of Japan Specialists and Japanese Studies Institutions in the United States and Canada (ed.) (The Association for Asian Studies, 1989,1995); Conflict in Japan (ed. with Krauss et al.) (University of Hawaii Press, 1984).