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Faculty

Visiting Research Fellows

ISHIKAWA Hajime
Specialized Field(s) Modern Japanese literary studies
Current Research Themes My research on literature focuses on the East Asian modern period, because I believe that only by embracing the pre-1945 overseas territories (gaichi) can you talk of Japan’s modern literature. I plan to pursue the study of what ultimately makes Japanese culture distinctive by incorporating the perspectives of such related fields as film, tourism, and education.
Keywords for Research Seiichi Funahashi, Horse-Racing culture, old-colonial culture, schoolbooks, IR

Education

2006 Department of Japanese Studies, School of Cultural and Social Studies, Sokendai (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies), Doctorial program completed with expulsion

Professional Experience

2015 Research Fellow, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
2016 Assistant Professor, Office of Institutional Research, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
2021 Project Research Fellow, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
2021 Visiting Fellow, Wakayama University Center for Tourism Research
2022 Specially Appointed Researcher, International Research Center for Japanese Studies

Degree(s)

2015 Ph.D., Sokendai (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies)

Achievements

Books
Other Publications
  • ・ 「先人に見る日本型IR」, 『NICHIBUNKEN NEWSLETTER』94, 国際日本文化研究センター, 2016年12月, pp.4-5
    ( Institutional Research:Precursors for a Japanese Model, December 2016 )
Presentations, Symposiums, Lectures etc.
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