Keitaro Okura

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M.A. Sociology, Columbia University
B.A. Sociology, Clark University
Areas of Interest: 
Social Stratification & Mobility; Immigration; Education; Race & Ethnicity
Keitaro Okura is a sociology PhD candidate at Yale University. His research interests are in immigration, race/ethnicity, education, population health, and stratification. Keitaro is currently working on a dissertation project exploring American national boundaries utilizing survey experiments.
Peer-Reviewed Publications:
Okura, Keitaro, Amy Hsin, and Sofya Aptekar. “Heterogeneous Effects of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals on Undocumented College Students’ Educational Outcomes.” 2nd Revise and Resubmit at International Migration Review.
Okura, Keitaro. 2022. “Stereotype Promise: Racialized Teacher Appraisals of Asian American Academic Achievement.” Sociology of Education, forthcoming.


Okura, Keitaro. 2021. “There are no Asians in China: The Racialization of Chinese International Students in the United States. Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power 28(2):147-165.