Feeling Unsafe: Exploring the Impact of Nuclear Evacuation


  • Ronni Alexander Kobe University

Author Biography

Ronni Alexander, Kobe University

Ronni Alexander is a professor of transnational relations in the Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies, Kobe University and the Director of the Kobe University Gender Equality Office. She came to Japan in 1977 after graduating from Yale University, living and working in Hiroshima. In 1982 she went to Tokyo to attend graduate school, earning her MA (Public Administration) from International Christian University and Ph.D. (International Relations) from Sophia University. She came to Kobe University as a research associate in 1989 and became a full professor in 1993, the first foreign woman to do so in a Japanese national university. Ronni is a peace researcher, peace educator and peace activist. She began the Popoki Peace Project in 2006, and since March, 2011, has been carrying out the Popoki Friendship Story Project in an area of Iwate Prefecture destroyed by the 2011 tsunami. In addition to her many academic works, Ronni has also published a series of picture books about peace. She can be reached at: alexroni@kobe-u.ac.jp




How to Cite

Alexander, R. (2018). Feeling Unsafe: Exploring the Impact of Nuclear Evacuation. Journal of Narrative Politics, 4(2). Retrieved from https://jnp.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/default/article/view/82