- Name: Andrew Hall
- Nationality: Japan
- Affiliation: Kyushu University
- Ph.D., History, University of Pittsburgh, December 13, 2003
- M. A., History, University of Pittsburgh, May 29, 1995
- B. Phil., History/Japanese, University of Pittsburgh, April 30, 1993 (Summa Cum Laude)
- Associate Professor, Kyushu University, Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Global Society, March 2010-present
- Lecturer, University of North Texas, Denton TX, January 2005-March 2010
- Adjunct Professor, University of North Texas, Denton TX, January 2004-December 2004
- Teaching Fellow in History, University of Pittsburgh, September 1997-May 1999
- Teaching Assistant in History, University of Pittsburgh, September 1993-May 1995
- Editor. Education history in Manchuria and Korea: An international approach. Fukuoka: Hana Shoin. April 2016.
- “The Manchukuo education bureaucracy: Japanese New Education reformers and a clash of ideologies,” 韓国言語文化研究, 22, February 2016.
- First Steps towards Assimilation: Japanese-Run Education in Korea, 1905-1910, Acta Koreana, 18:2, December 2015.
- “The Word is Mightier than the Throne: Bucking colonial education trends in Manchukuo.” Journal of Asian Studies. 68:3, Aug. 2009.
- “Ikutagawa”, “Shizuka”, “Nanoriso” (introductions and translations of three plays by Mori Ogai). In Not a Song Like Any Other: An Anthology of Writings by Mori Ogai, edited by J. Thomas Rimer, Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2004.