Pedagogy Fellow in East Asian Languages and Civilizations (EALC)
Dana is a G6 PhD student in the East Asian Languages and Civilizations department. Her research area is modern Japanese religion. Her doctoral dissertation examines the gendering of the Shinto priesthood between 1946 and the present, and the impact this process has had on Shinto institutions, shrine communities, and priests themselves. Before entering the PhD program at Harvard, she completed her B.A. in East Asian Studies at Brown University and her M.A. in Regional Studies East Asia at Harvard University.