Author Archives: MIKU ISHIKAWA

Journal 4

We all moved to Washington D.C. on August 15th. It took 3 hours to come here by bus. I was sleeping almost all the way. When I woke up, I could see highways and the city with many buildings, not forest. Comparing to Williamsburg, the D.C. … Continue reading

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Journal 3

   It has been 10 days since we came here, which means we are now in the middle of this program. But still, there are eye-opening lectures and classes that gave me new ideas of differences between Japan and America. … Continue reading

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Journal 2

   As I learned the word “Intersectionality” in the very first discussion class, I’ve kept thinking about that for the last several days. What is interesting to me is that I feel these intersectional relations are very unique in America, … Continue reading

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Journal 1

   I felt as if I were in England when I first arrived here in Williamsburg. Since I’ve been to Seattle, California, Florida and New York a couple of times, I thought that I’ve already known how America is like. … Continue reading

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