下田 啓 (シモダ ヒラク)

写真a

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法学学術院 法学部

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  • 法学学術院   大学院法学研究科

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    Harvard University  

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  • ハーバード大学   博士号

 

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  • 日本史

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  • Book review of Tze May Loo, _Heritage Politics: Shuri Castle and Okinawa's Incorporation into Modern Japan, 1879-2000_ (Lexington, 2014)

    Hiraku Shimoda

    The American Historical Review   120 ( 3 )  2015年  [査読有り]

  • Book review of Michael Wert, _Meiji Restoration Losers: Memory and Tokugawa Supporters in Modern Japan_ (Harvard Asia Center, 2013)

    Hiraku Shimoda

    The Journal of Japanese Studies   41 ( 2 )  2015年

  • Crafts Purchased by Foreigners in Japan after the Opening of Japan, 1854-60 (A Translation)

    Studies in Japonisme   35 ( 1 ) 67 - 76  2015年

  • Regional History and International History: From Hara Katsurō to Ellsworth Huntington (A Translation)

    Asian Cultural Studies   39   33 - 48  2013年

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    Translation of Kawanishi Hidemichi's work

  • Looking Back and Looking Up in Postwar Japan

    Hiraku Shimoda

    ASIANetwork Exchange   19 ( 2 ) 47 - 48  2012年

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  • Lost and Found: Recovering Regional Identity in Imperial Japan

    Hiraku Shimoda

    Harvard University Asia Center  2014年

  • Japan since 1945: From Postwar to Post-Bubble

    Hiraku Shimoda, T. George, C. Gerteis, eds

    Continuum  2013年

  • Trains, Culture, and Mobility

    Hiraku Shimoda, Benjamin Fraser, Steven Spalding, eds

    Rowman & Littlefield  2012年

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    2012年
     
     

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    Research Team Member, Rebuild Japan Initiative Foundation "Examining Japan's Lost Decades" Book Project (Routledge, 2015)

  • Research Team Member, Rebuild Japan Initiative Foundation "Examining Japan's Lost Decades" Book Project (Routledge, 2015)

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    2010年
     
     

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    Visiting Scholar, The University of Tokyo Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies

  • Visiting Scholar, The University of Tokyo Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies

    2010年
     
     
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    2009年
     
     

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    Visiting Scholar, Tōyō University Institute of Human Sciences

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  • Jane Rosenthal Heimerdinger Research Fund

    2010年   Vassar College  

  • Student-Faculty Collaborative Fellowship

    2008年   Freeman Foundation  

  • Harvard-Yenching Library Research Travel Grant

    2006年   Harvard University  

  • The Whiting Foundation Fellowship

    2005年   Harvard University  

  • The Japan Foundation Doctoral Fellowship (Univ. of Tokyo)

    2002年   The Japan Foundation  

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  • ‘The Treasure of Our Country’: Meiji Developmentalism in Fukushima

    Asian Studies Conference Japan  

    発表年月: 2012年

  • Romanticizing the Identity of Wit and Grit

    Association for Asian Studies  

    発表年月: 2011年

  • 方言の発見:明治期の会津地方を中心に

    Tōyō University Institute of Human Sciences  

    発表年月: 2010年

  • The Unlikely Apotheosis of the White Tiger Brigade

    American Historical Association  

    発表年月: 2009年

  • Making and Unmaking a Cautionary Tale: Aizu Domain in Imperial Historical Discourse

    Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast  

    発表年月: 2007年

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  • Growth as an Ideology in Japan and the Modern World

    2013年  

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    Thanks to the Waseda University Grant for Special Research Projects (category A), I was able to lay the groundwork for my next major research project, which focuses on the history of growth ideology in postwar Japan. This project aims to clarify and problematize the process by which postwar Japanese society has come to accept continual economic growth as orthodoxy, and lays out some future possibilities for questioning this powerful ideology, especially in a post-3.11 world. In March 2014, I will travel to the U.S. to meet some leading scholars in the field of post-growth studies at the University of Southern California and UCLA, as well as some local post-growth practitioners and community organizers in the Los Angeles area. I hope to begin to build a collaborative network that will serve as the basis of an international, multi-disciplinary project for which I plan to apply for a JSPS (kakenhi) grant in 2015.

  • Lost and Found: Recovering Regional Identity in Imperial Japan

    2012年  

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    Thanks to the Waseda University Grant for Special Research Projects, I was able to bring my book manuscript, "Lost and Found: Recovering Regional Identity in Imperial Japan," closer to publication. This book examines the history of regionalism and nation-state formation in modern Japan through the example of the Aizu region from the nineteenth into the twentieth centuries. The most important aspect of the grant was in covering the cost of indexing the manuscript, which was one of the final steps toward publication. I was able to hire a professional American indexer who was accustomed to working with English-language manuscripts on Japanese history. Without the help of this specialist, I would have had to spend an inordinate amount of time indexing the manuscript myself. Thus the grant greatly facilitated the production of the manuscript. In addition, the grant provided me with a multi-lingual computing environment that I needed in order to complete the manuscript. The grant also covered the production cost of maps and illustrations, which are helpful additions to the book. The book is scheduled to be released by Harvard University Asia Center in 2013.

 

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