Dana Mirsalis

Dana Mirsalis

Bok Pedagogy Fellow
Dana Mirsalis

Dana Mirsalis is a PhD Candidate in the East Asian Languages and Civilizations Department. Her dissertation looks at the gendering of the Shinto priesthood in postwar Japan, including how gender is imagined, delineated, and contested by priests, administrators, and shrine communities. She has taught classes on East Asian religions, philosophy, and history, and guest lectured on gender history, ethnographic methods, and Shinto.

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