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ASAGA Hiroaki

ASAGA Hiroaki

Title
Professor
Field
Peace and the Environment
Research Themes
Studies on the significance of protein citrullination in mammalian cells.
Publications
ASAGA H "Peptidylarginine deiminases and citrullination in the central nervous system" ASAGA H and ISHIGAMI A "Microglial expression of peptidylarginine deiminase 2 in the prenatal rat brain" ASAGA H et al. "Increaesed and type II-specific expression of peptidylarginine deiminase in activated microglia but not hyperplastic astrocytes following kainic acid-evoked neurodegeneration in the rat brain"

HATANAKA Motoki

HATANAKA Motoki

Title
Associate Professor
Field
Culture
Research Themes
Reality in Japanese literature
Publications* only in Japanese
"The Stylistic of Marriage Proposal: About the Forming of the Story of Marriage Proposal by Rumors on The Makioka Sisters.",STUDIES IN STYLISTICS,
No.47, March 2001, pp.68-81.

HIROBE Izumi

HIROBE Izumi

Title
Professor
Field
Peace and the Environment
Research Themes
US-East Asia Relations.
Publications
Japanese Pride, American Prejudice

HIROSAWA Eriko

HIROSAWA Eriko

Title
Professor
Field
Culture
Research Themes
Psychoanalysis and Autobiography.
Publications *only in Japanese
HIROSAWA Eriko et al., Women as Active Agents in German Culture* "Lou Andreas-Salome's Autobiography "Looking Back": A Reflection on the Relationship between Psychoanalysis and Autobiography" *

HONMA Tsugihiko

HONMA Tsugihiko

Title
Professor
Field
Philosophy, Thought and Religion
Research Themes
Multilateral analysis of thought in Late Imperial China (including literature and religion)
Publications* only in Japanese
”The Reconstruction of History and the Rebirth of the Way:Wang Fuzhi's Discourse on the Spring and Autumn Annals”
”Sages and Newborn Babies in the Shiny Happy World:The Wang Yangming Tradition Revisited”
”The Thin Line Between This World and Possible Worlds;:Jin Yuelin's Inquiry concerning Tao”

IKEDA Isao

IKEDA Isao

Title
Professor
Field
Culture
Research Themes
A Culture Study of Interrelationship Between Illness and Humanity. Japanese Contemporary Literary Arts.
Publications * only in Japanese
A Cultural History of the Afflictions of the Heart* ISHIKAWA Takuboku His Prose and Philosophy * ISHIKAWA Takuboku International Perspectives *

INOUE Yoshiyuki

INOUE Yoshiyuki

Title
Professor
Field
Philosophy, Thought and Religion
Research Themes
・European literature and philosophy of 17th, 18th, and 20th centuries
・Visual arts and science
・Manuscript studies
・Modernism
・Samuel Beckett
・René Descartes
・Denis Diderot
・Jorge Luis Borges
・Jacques Derrida
Publications
Books in Japanese
・Co-editor, Samuel Beckett’s Vision and Movement (Tokyo: Michitani, 2005), 1-307, i-iii.
・Co-editor, The Summa of Beckett (Tokyo: Hakusuisha, 1999), 1-286, 1-69.
・Co-translator, James Knowlson’s Damned to Fame: The Life of Samuel Beckett, 2 vols. (Tokyo: Hakusuisha, 2003), 1-587; 1-481, 1-52.
Chapters and Articles (from 2008)
・‘Little animals in the brain: Beckett’s “porteurs de la mémoire”’. Beckett and Animals. Ed. Mary Bryden (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2013), 94-106.
・‘Cartesian Mechanics in Beckett’s Fin de partie’. Samuel Beckett Today / Aujourd’hui 24 (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2012), 139-153.
・‘The Idea of Nature in Beckett’s The Lost Ones’. The Bulletin of Arts and Sciences 454, Tokyo: Meiji University (March 2010): 1-13.
・‘“Little People” in Le Dépeupleur: Beckett and the Eighteenth Century’. Samuel Beckett Today / Aujourd’hui 19 (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2008), 223-233.
Review
・Yoshiki Tajiri, Samuel Beckett and the Prosthetic Body: The Organs and Senses in Modernism (Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007). Studies in English Literature, English Number 50 (2009): 190-198.

ISHIYAMA Noriko

ISHIYAMA Noriko

Title
Professor
Field
Peace and the Environment
Research Themes
environmental justice, critical geography. With a focus on US nuclear development in relation to racism, classism, sexism, and heterosexism.
Publications
Ishiyama, Noriko (2003) “Environmental Justice and American Indian Tribal Sovereignty: Case Study of a Land–Use Conflict in Skull Valley, Utah” Antipode 35-1: 119-139.

Ishiyama, Noriko (Forthcoming). “Environmental in/justice .” In The International Encyclopedia of Geography, edited by Douglas Richardson. Malden, Oxford: John Wiley and Sons, Ltd.

IWANO Takuji

IWANO Takuji

Title
Professor
Field
Philosophy, Thought and Religion
Research Themes
Interpretation of violence in the history of Western thought. Relations of the language, the politics and the other. Consideration of eschatology and death.
Publications* only in Japanese
Georges Bataille*
IWANO Takuji et al., Politics of the narration*
The experience and the divinity in the works of Georges Bataille

KAMASAKI Futoshi

KAMASAKI Futoshi

Title
Associate Professor
Field
Philosophy, Thought and Religion
Research Themes
Philosophy of Sport and Physical Education.
Publications* only in Japanese
What Human Teacherts Can Already Do: Dreyfus’s Critique of Artifical Reason and Physical Education.
The Birth of Fußball in Imperial Germany: The Thoughts and Activities of the Bildungsbürger, Konrad Koch.

KANEYAMA Akio

KANEYAMA Akio

Title
Professor
Field
Philosophy, Thought and Religion
Research Themes
Views on Life and Death, the Soul and the World after Death of Japanese People.
Publications* only in Japanese
"Master Dogen' s View on Enlishtenment" *
"Master Dogen' s Cosmology and His Views on Life & Death"*
"On the Religious Thought of Dogen, Shinran and Ippen"*

KATO Toru

KATO Toru

Title
Professor
Field
Culture
Research Themes
Studies of Chinese Cultures, Comparing with Japanese Society.
Publications* only in Japanese
Beijing Opera*
The Chinese - The Racial Characteristics Symbolized by Shellfish and Sheep *

KATSUTA Tadahiro

KATSUTA Tadahiro

Title
Associate Professor
Field
Peace and the Environment
Research Themes
Multilateral Nuclear Fuel Cycle Approach.
Publications* only in Japanese
KATSUTA Tadahiro et al., Japan's Spent Fuel and Plutonium Management Challenges
" The Economics of Nuclear Power: the validity of calculation by the Government" *
KATSUTA Tadahiro et al., 100 Misunderstandings about Energy & Environmental Issues *

KAWANO Akimasa

KAWANO Akimasa

Title
Professor
Field
Philosophy, Thought and Religion
Research Themes
Research on Chinese folk religion (incantation, printed depictions of deities, stone lions, character-related beliefs, and gate pictures), the process of the formation of Chinatown districts in Southeast Asian cities and old districts in cities in China and Taiwan, and the appearance of these districts
Publications * only in Japanese
History of Yunnan-a crossroads of Aisan nationalitys * ,Hakuteisya,2013.

The poison of overflow─A study on Gudu (spiritual poison) in South
China,Mamtimin Geni and Masanori Kikuchi, Get Together with Interest in Science,
Xinjiang University and Tokyo University of Science, 2004.9.

Wuchang ─as the God of Wealth, Tang Hong and Masanori Kikuchi, Proceedings of the NPU-TUS Bilateral Seminar, Northwestern Polytechnical University
and Tokyo University of Science,2006.9.

KIKUCHI Yoshio

KIKUCHI Yoshio

Title
Professor
Field
Culture
Research Themes
History and Formation of Modern Nations in Europe from the Middle Ages to Modernity.
Publications* only in Japanese
The Information Media Revolution in the Habsburg Empire *
The Holy Roman Empire *
Two Thousand Years of Mercenaries in Europe *

MARUKAWA Tetsushi

MARUKAWA Tetsushi

Title
Professor
Field
Peace and the Environment
Research Themes
The Knowledge Transfiguration of Intellectualism during Modernization in East Asia.
Publications* only in Japanese
Cultural Studies on Cold War Piriod*
The History on Late One Hundred Year between Japan and China *
De-colonaization and Retune Movement in Taiwan *

MORINAGA Yuki

MORINAGA Yuki

Title
Professor
Field
Peace and the Environment
Research Themes
Mobile pastoralism and natural environment in Mongolia.
Publications* only in Japanese
Morinaga,Y.,S.Tian, and M.Shinoda "Winter Snow Anomaly and Atmospheric Circulation in Mongolia"

NAKAMURA Kazue

NAKAMURA Kazue

Title
Professor
Field
Comparative Literature and Culture, Postcolonial Literatures, Modern Japanese Literature
Research Themes
Indigenous peoples and their cultures, cultural minorities, Caribbean and other literatures in English, Eurocentrism and Japan
Publications * only in Japanese
Meshi on the Earth: Voyage around the World and Dishes. Heibonsha, 2012 “A Dialogue to Find Ourselves and Others: The Reception of Emily Kngwarreye in Japan,” Australian & New Zealand Journal of Art. vol.9, no.1/2 2009. pp.23-27 "Suicides and Arsonists: Albert Wendt, Mishima Yukio, Sia Figiel or the Literature of Modern Darkness," SPAN: Journal of the South Pacific Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies. No.54/55, April & October 2005. pp.44-53 "The Colonized Colonizer: the Japanese Position in a Cross-Cultural World," Crossing Cultural Borders: Toward an Ethics of Intercultural Communication —— Beyond Reciprocal Anthropology. Proceedings of International Symposium 14, 1999. Kyoto: International Research Center for Japanese Studies, 2001, pp.209-219

SAHARA Tetsuya

SAHARA Tetsuya

Title
Professor
Field
Peace and the Environment
Research Themes
Comparative Genocide Studies, Modern and Contemporary History of Eastern Europe and Middle East.
Publications* only in Japanese
An Eastern Orthodox Community during the Tanzimat*
SAHARA Tetsuya et al., Forced Ethnic Migrations on the Balkans - Consequences and Rebuilding of Societies
The Ottoman - Russian War, 1877-1878*

SAITO Eiji

SAITO Eiji

Title
Professor
Field
Culture
Research Themes
D. W. Griffith, American Movie History, Contemporary American Literature.
Publications* only in Japanese
"The Sound of Silent Films" *
"Movie-Made New York"*
"Notes on The Wind and Its Happy Ending" *

SATSUMA Hideto

SATSUMA Hideto

Title
Professor
Field
Culture
Research Themes
Social Structure of Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages.
Publications* only in Japanese
The Kingdom and the Nobility*
The Heretics of Prague *
Czech History *

SUZUKI Tetsuya

SUZUKI Tetsuya

Title
Professor
Field
Culture
Research Themes
Welsh and Irish studies. Contemporary poems and dramas in Japan.
Publications* only in Japanese
SUZUKI Tetsuya et al., Celt-Its Tradition of Oral Culture* Politics of Discourse*

TAKATO Hiromi

TAKATO Hiromi

Title
Professor
Field
Culture
Research Themes
Proust, Romi, Japanese Literature.
Publications* only in Japanese
Sur Proust*
Translation of Proust's Albertine disparue*
Translation of Pauline Réages's Histoire d'O*

TAKIGUCHI Mika

TAKIGUCHI Mika

Title
Associate Professor
Field
Philosophy, Thought and Religion
Research Themes
Byzantine manuscript illumination; early Christian floor mosaics; Byzantine wall paintings
Publications
The Tetraevangelion: A Study in Byzantine Manuscript Illumination (Osaka, 2012).
“Some Greek Gospel Manuscripts in the British Library: Examples of the Byzantine Book as Holy Receptacle and Bearer of Hidden Meaning,” The Electronic British Library Journal (2011), 1-16.

TORAIWA Naoko

TORAIWA Naoko

Title
Professor
Field
Culture
Research Themes
Modern and Contemporary Fiction and Poetry in Ireland,Public Art Studies in the British Isles and Canada.,Cultural Translation Studies.
Publications* only in Japanese
TORAIWA Naoko et al., Irishness in Modern and Contemporary Irish Art and Literature*
TORAIWA Naoko et al., For the Readers of Irish and Celtic Cultures*

TORII Takashi

TORII Takashi

Title
Professor
Field
Peace and the Environment
Research Themes
Studies on the construction of social and political stabilty systems in multi-ethnic nations.
Publications
"The New Economic Policy and the United Malays National Organization - With Special Reference to the Restructuring of the Malaysian Society"
"The Mechanism for State - Led Creation of Malaysia's Middle Classes"
Malaysia under the Mahathir administration

YAMAGISHI Tomoko

YAMAGISHI Tomoko

Title
Professor
Field
Culture
Research Themes
Islamic culture and Muslims in a globalized world, Construction of "the other" in a modern world, Political-Culture of Iran.
Publications* only in Japanese
"Can Japan Embrace a Muslim Public?"
"Image of Muslim women and the War against terror" *
"Martyrs: diffused reflections of Islamicism and Nationalism"*

YAMAIZUMI Susumu

YAMAIZUMI Susumu

Title
Professor
Field
Peace and the Environment
Research Themes
Thought and Movement of Japanese Early Socialism.
Publications* only in Japanese
Descriptive Sphere of the High Treason Incident* The Age of HEIMINSHA* The Formation of Japanese Socialism*

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