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Faculty

Research Fellows

GOZA Yūichi Research Division
Specialized Field(s) Japanese medieval history
Current Research Themes Examining the images of the ikki as recounted in tales of the medieval and early modern period (war tales and tales of uprisings etc.), I trace historical changes in the images and compare them to facts known from historical research. This research is aimed at clarifying the relations between the facts and fictions of the ikki. I also actively incorporate the results of research in the field of Japanese literature.
Keywords for Research alliance agreements, samurai, written vow to the gods, Social History, Historical Theory, historiography

Education

2008 Completed the doctoral program without a doctoral degree of doctoral Program, Graduate school of Humanities and Sociology, The University of Tokyo

Professional Experience

2012 Research Fellow, Graduate school of Humanities and Sociology, The University of Tokyo
2014
Research Fellow, Graduate school of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo
2015 Visiting Associate Professor, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
2016 Assistant Professor, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
2021
Research Fellow, International Research Center for Japanese Studies

Degree(s)

2011
Ph.D. (Literature), The University of Tokyo

Achievements

Books
  • ・ 『日本中世の領主一揆』, 思文閣出版, 2014年03月
    The Samurai alliance in Medieval Japan ―A study on the structure and the function of Ikki―, March 2014 )
Other Publications
Presentations, Symposiums, Lectures etc.
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