Personnel Information

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ISOMAE Junichi


Title

Professor

Research Fields, Keywords

Narrative,Otherness,Perplexity

Homepage URL

https://nichibun.academia.edu/JunichiIsomae

Career (inside Institute) 【 display / non-display

  • National Institutes for the Humanities International Research Center for Japanese Studies, Associate Professor, 2007.04 - 2015.03

  • National Institutes for the Humanities International Research Center for Japanese Studies, Professor, 2015.04 -

External Career 【 display / non-display

  • The University of Tokyo Department of Religious Studies, 1991.04 - 1998.03

  • Japan Women's University Department of Historiography, 1997.04 - 2007.03

  • University of London Department of Religious Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), 2003.04 - 2003.08

  • Tübingen Universität Institut für Japanologie, 2003.06 -

  • Harvard University The Edwin O. Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies, 2003.09 - 2004.03

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Academic Society Affiliations 【 display / non-display

  • American Academy of Religion

  • North American Association for Study of Religion

  • Japanese Association for Religious Studies

  • Association for Asian Studies

Field of expertise (Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research classification) 【 display / non-display

  • Study of Religions

 

Single Author 【 display / non-display

  • ISOMAE Jun'ichi, Disquiet Voices of the Dead: On the Religious practice in Northeast Japan, Kawadeshobo-Shinsha, 2015.04

    Scholarly Book

  • ISOMAE Jun'ichi, Religious Discourse in Modern Japan: Religion, State, and Shintō, Brill, 2014.06

    Scholarly Book

  • ISOMAE Jun'ichi, Iki no Shiko: Tasha, Gaibusei, Kokyo [Thoughts on Threshold: Others, Exteriority and Homes], 2013.07

    Scholarly Book

  • ISOMAE Jun'ichi, Death of the Concept `Religion' or Religious Studies, University Press of Tokyo, 2012.07

    Scholarly Book

  • ISOMAE Jun'ichi, Japanese Mythology: Hermeneutics on Scripture, Equinox Publishing, 2010

    Scholarly Book

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Allotment Writing 【 display / non-display

  • 磯前 順一, Transcendence and the Process of Subjectification, and then Sustainability – On Prasenjit Duara’s The Crisis of Global Modernity: Asian Traditions and A Sustainable Future, Religious Studies Review

    Rice University, 2018.06, Scholarly Book

  • 磯前 順一, Revering Heaven and Prostrating before the Earth: History of the Shinto Fushimi Inari Great Toyo Church, Michael Wachutka, Monika Schrimpf, Birgit Staemmer, Religion, Politik und Ideologie: Beitraege zu einer kritischen Kulturwissenschaft

    Iudicium, 2018.01, Scholarly Book

  • 磯前 順一, Religion, Religious Studies, and Shinto in Modern Japan, Richard King, Religion, Theory, Critique: Classic and Contemporary Approaches and Methodologies

    Columbia University Press, 2017.07, Scholarly Book

  • Naoki Sakai, Jun'ichi Isomae, Overcoming Modernity: East Asian Community and the Kyoto School

    World Scientific Publishing Company, 2013, Other

  • YUN Hae-dong, Shokuminchi Chosen to Shukyo: Teikokushi, Koka-Shinto and Koyushinko [Colonial Korea and Religion: Imperial History, State Shinto and indigenous Religion]

    Sangensha, 2012, Other

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Papers 【 display / non-display

  • ISOMAE Jun'ichi, POINT OF VIEW/Time to form solidarity to link memories of disasters, AJW Asia and Japan Watch, 2015.03

    Research paper (scientific journal), Multiple Authorship

  • ISOMAE Jun'ichi, Modern Japan from the Viewpoint of the Arab World: Modernities in Different Cultures, JISMOR (p.117 - 125) , 2013.03

    Research paper (scientific journal), Multiple Authorship

  • ISOMAE Jun'ichi, Discursive Formations Surrounding ‘Religious Freedom’ in Modern Japan: Religion, Shinto, the Emperor Institution, Marion Eggert and Lucian Hoelscher, eds., Religion and Secularity: Transformations and Transfers of Religious Discourses in Europe and Asia (p.217 - 230) , 2013

    Research paper (scientific journal), Multiple Authorship

  • ISOMAE Jun'ichi, Discursive Formation Surrounding ‘Religious Freedom’ in Modern Japan: Religion, Shinto, Emperor System, Joint Symposium “Modernity and Values in a Changing World”, 2013

    Research paper (scientific journal), Multiple Authorship

  • ISOMAE Jun'ichi, Religion, Secularity, and the Articulation of the “Indigenous” in Modernizing Japan, Bernhard Scheid and Kate Wildman Nakai, eds., Kami Ways in National Territory: Shinto Studies in Prewar Japan and the West (p.23 - 50) , 2013

    Research paper (scientific journal), Multiple Authorship

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Presentations 【 display / non-display

  • 磯前 順一, Ghosts from Fukushima, Ghosts from Fukushima, マサチューセッツ, 2020.02, International conference, Public discourse, seminar, tutorial, course, lecture and othersPublic discourse, seminar, tutorial, course, lecture and others

  • 磯前 順一, Overview: Translating the Untranslatable: For the Inheritance of Postcolonial Studies, On the Heritage of Postcolonial Studies:Translation of the Untranslatable, ニューヨーク, 2020.02, International conference, OtherOther

  • 磯前 順一, Divinity, Discrimination, and Public Sphere in the History of Japanese Religion, The Sacred, Discrimination, and Spirits of the Dead in Japan, ニューヨーク, 2019.12, International conference, Oral Presentation(guest/special)Oral Presentation(guest/special)

  • 磯前 順一, Could You Hear the Voices of the Dead? Religion's Role in the Great East Japan Earthquake, Crossing Borders: Past and Future of Japanese Studies in the Global Age, プラハ, 2019.10, International conference, Oral Presentation(guest/special)Oral Presentation(guest/special)

  • 磯前 順一, Greeting from the Ghost in Fukushima and Chernobyl, 2019年秋学期”東亜研究工作坊”之二, 北京, 2019.09, International conference, Public discourse, seminar, tutorial, course, lecture and othersPublic discourse, seminar, tutorial, course, lecture and others

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