Keitaro Okura


I'm a PhD Candidate in Sociology at Yale University.

My research interests broadly encompass immigration, race/ethnicity, education, politics, health, and public policy. For my ongoing dissertation work, I am exploring the dynamics of ethnoracial and national boundaries in the United States. I have experience using a variety of research methods, including conducting survey experiments, analyzing observational studies, and carrying out in-depth interviews.

My academic research has been published in peer-reviewed journals such as Sociology of Education, International Migration Review, and Identities. My work has been supported by the Russell Sage Foundation's Dissertation Research Grant.