Eiichiro Azuma is Professor of History and Asian American Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. He specializes in Japanese American history; trans-Pacific migration, diaspora, and settler colonialism; and inter-imperial relations between the United States and Japan. He is author of Between Two Empires: Race, History, and Transnationalism in Japanese America (2005), which received the Frederick Jackson Turner Award Honorable Mention by OAH; the Theodore Saloutos Award from the Immigration and Ethnic History Society; the History Book Award from the Association for Asian American Studies; and the Hiroshi Shimizu Annual Book Award from the Japanese Association for American Studies. Azuma’s latest research monograph, In Search of Our Frontier: Japanese America and Settler Colonialism in the Construction of Japan’s Borderless Empire (2019), received the John K. Fairbank Prize in East Asian History from the American Historical Association. Both of his monographs have been translated into Japanese. He also coedited two anthologies, including the Oxford Handbook of Asian American History (2016). Azuma is currently completing his third monograph that probes the complex roles and experiences of second-generation Japanese Americans under the US military occupation of Japan between 1945 and 1952. In the past, he served as a Harrington Visiting Faculty Fellow at the University of Texas, Austin, and a Ministry of Science and Technology Visiting Professor at National Chengchi University in Taiwan. Since 2020, Azuma has been a Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution.