Univ.-Prof. Kyoko SHINOZAKI, PhD


Paris Lodron University of Salzburg / Department of Sociology and Human Geography / Division of Sociology
Rudolfskai 42, A-5020 Salzburg / Austria

Tel.: 43 (0)662-8044-4109

Office hours

During the university closure period my office hours take place online. To do so, please follow the steps as shown below:
First, sign up via “PLUS Terminplaner”:https://axapp.sbg.ac.at/ords/f?p=1400:1031::MATRIX:NO::TOKEN,P1031_ID:A2EE26A692075779B7645947F9535D37,2156 
Second, during the time slot you have chose on “Terminplaner” (see above), come to my virtual office via: https://uni-salzburg.webex.com/meet/kyoko.shinozaki

Kyoko Shinozaki is Professor in the Department of Sociology and Cultural Science at the University of Salzburg with a focus on Social change and mobility.

Curriculum Vitae

Migration and Mobilities Study Group (MMG)

The Migration and Mobilities Study Group (MMG) is a collective that brings together several thematic groups of scholars within migration and mobility studies at the Paris Lodron University of Salzburg (PLUS). PLUS-MMG has become an institutional member of the IMISCOE (International Migration, Integration and Social Cohesion)! It is Europe’s largest network of scholars in the area of migration and integration.  

Details: International Research Network IMISCOE 
 IMISCOE Newsletter features PLUS “Migration and Mobilities Study Group”

Prof. Kyoko Shinozaki and her team “Social Change and Mobilities” will write an expertise on “transnational families” for the next German Family Report.

Scientific Direct of Forum Asia Pacific (FOR APAC) in PLUS

Professor Shinozaki leads Forum Asia Pacific at the University of Salzburg. For more information about the Forum, please find here