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Value-Creating Education for Global Citizenship
Dr. Inukai is a former Japanese-English bilingual education elementary teacher and was a 2018-2020 Education Fellow at the Ikeda Center for Peace, Learning and Dialogue in Cambridge, MA. She earned her PhD in Curriculum Studies from DePaul and has published in multiple edited volumes and scholarly journals, including Schools: Studies in Education, Critical Inquiry in Language Studies, Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, and others.
Research Interests Ikeda/Soka Studies in Education, Teacher Education and Assessments, Language Education and Multilingualism/Multiculturalism, Self-Study
Selected Publications Inukai, N., & Okamura, M. (2021). Determining to be hopeful in hopeless times. In I. Nuñez & J. Goulah (Eds.), Hope and joy in education: Engaging Daisaku Ikeda across curriculum and contexts (pp. 10-20). Teachers College Press.
Inukai, N. (2018). Re-thinking the teacher-student relationship from a Soka perspective. Mid-Western Educational Researcher, 30(4), 278-287.
Inukai, N., & Goulah, J. (2018). Josei Toda: Introduction to the man, his ideas, and his role in the Soka heritage of education. Schools: Studies in Education, 15(2), 299-325.
Inukai, N. (2013). Soka kyoikugaku taikei versus Education for Creative Living: How Makiguchi Tsunesaburo’s educational ideas are presented in English. Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 12(1), 40-49.
Inukai, N. (2012). Ikeda research in China and Taiwan: Critical analysis of the Chinese language literature. Critical Inquiry in Language Studies, 9(1-2), 90-117.