An Interview with Fiona Creaser

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Robert O’Mochain

Welcome to our final interview for 2018! Our featured discussion is with Fiona Creaser, an Associate Professor at the University of Kitakyushu. She received her doctorate in East Asian Studies from the University of Durham, which investigated the problem of sexual harassment in Japan. She has published on various forms of harassment, including workplace bullying and mobbing. She teaches gender studies, and her research interests include sexual harassment, workplace bullying, and women´s self-development and empowerment programmes. Ms. Creaser was interviewed by Robert O’Mochain, an Associate Professor in the College of International Relations at Ritsumeikan University. He received his doctoral degree from Temple University Japan. His doctoral research explored the implications of homophobia in the lives of teachers and students in Japan. More recently, he has explored the implications of sexual harassment in educational contexts and the possibilities of exploring sexual harassment themes within a Critical Pedagogy approach. So, without further ado, to the interview!