Keiko Tamura is an honorary senior lecturer in the College of Asia and the Pacific at The Australian National University. She published widely on Japanese immigrants to Australia, Western expatriate communities in Japan and memories of the Pacific War in Australia and Japan. She edited the first book of David Sissons’ writings with Desmond Ball, Breaking Japanese Diplomatic Codes: David Sissons and D Special Section during the Second World War in 2013. Her other publications include Michi’s Memories: The Story of a Japanese War Bride, Forever Foreign: Expatriate Lives in Historical Kobe, and Reframing National Memory: Stories from Australia and Japan about the Pacific War. She held research positions at The Australian National University, Kobe University and Kyoto University and was awarded research fellowships from the National Library of Australia, the National Film and Sound Archive, and the Japan Foundation.