NISHIZAKI SUMIYO

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Name
NISHIZAKI SUMIYO
Affiliation
Ritsumeikan University
Section
College of International Relations, American University Ritsumeikan University Joint Degree Program
Job title
Assistant Professor
Degree
Doctor of Philosophy(London School of Economics and Political Science), Master of Arts in International Economics and Asian Studies(Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies), Master of Business Administration(University of San Francisco), Bachelor of Arts(Tsuda College)
Other affiliation
Ritsumeikan University

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2017
   
 
Assistant professor, Ritsumeikan University, College of International Relations
 
Oct 2013
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May 2016
London School of Economics, Economic History Department, Teaching Assistant (equivalent to a guest lecturer)
 
Jan 2011
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Aug 2013
Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies, The Reischauer Center, Research Associate
 
Apr 1989
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Feb 1999
Takashimaya Department Store
 

Education

 
 
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Jan 2017
Economic History, Economic History Department, London School of Economics and Political Science
 
 
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May 2010
International economics and Asian studies, Japan Studies, Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies
 
 
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Dec 2003
Business Administration, School of Business, University of San Francisco
 
 
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Mar 1989
Department of International Relations, College of Liberal Arts, Tsuda College
 

Awards & Honors

 
Feb 2015
Doctoral Competition, First prize, Comparative Histories of Asia Seminar, Institute of Historical Research
 

Published Papers

 
Sumiyo Nishizaki
The Economic History Review   72(2)    Apr 2019
The reconstruction of postwar Hiroshima city, 1945-1952
Sumiyo Nishizaki
The Sixth Asian Historical Economics Conference      Sep 2018
Human capital development via in-house training: A case of the South Manchuria Railway Company (SMR) in the Japanese empire
Sumiyo Nishizaki
The European Historical Economics Society Conference Booklet   http://ebha.org/public/C3:pape   Sep 2017
書評『今泉裕美子・柳沢遊・木村健二著 『日本帝国崩壊期「引揚げ」の比較研究-国際関係と地域の視点から-』
西崎純代
歴史と経済   LIX-4(236) 69-71   Jul 2017
After empire comes home: Economic experiences of Japanese civilian repatriates, 1945-1956
Sumiyo Nishizaki
London School of Economics Theses Online   http://etheses.lse.ac.uk/3454/   Jan 2017

Misc

 
Edwin O. Reischauer and the American Discovery of Japan
Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies
SAIS Review   30(2) 189-93   Jul 2010

Books etc

 
‘A Case Study: The United Arab Emirates and Japan: Diversifying Bilateral Relationships and Challenges in the Context of Japan’s New Foreign Policy Focus’ in East by Mid-East
Brannon Wheeler & Anchi Hoh
Equinox Publishing   Oct 2013   ISBN:978-1-8455-3933-7

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Economic experiences of the South Manchuria Railway employees in postwar Japan, 1945-56
The Modern Japanese Studies Program, Hokkaido Univerity   31 May 2019   
Economic experiences of Japanese civilian repatriates: The final report of the analysis of the 1956 national survey into repatriates' postwar lives (Kanagawa, Osaka and Hiroshima prefectures)
The 88th Annual Conference of the Socio-Economic History Society of Japan   19 May 2019   
Economic experiences of Japanese civilian repatriates in post-World War II Japan: An analysis of the 1956 government's survey into Japanese civilian repatriates (Hikiagesha Zaigai Jijitsu Chosahyō)
Association for Sakhalin & Karafuto History   2 Mar 2019   
Economic experiences of South Manchuria Railway company repatriates, 1945-1956
Institute of Comparative Culture Lecture Series 2018, Sophia University   19 Oct 2018   
The reconstruction of postwar Hiroshima city, 1945-1952
The Sixth Asian Historical Economics Conference   21 Sep 2018   
A case of a transition economy: Hiroshima, from a wartime-planned economy to a postwar economy, 1945-1952
North Korea Behavior and Northeast Asian Situation Conference   22 Feb 2018   
Knowledge dissemination via an in-house training: A case of Japanese employees in the South Manchuria Railway Company
Ritsumeikan University College of International Relations Research Seminar   10 Nov 2017   
Human capital development via in-house training: A case of the South Manchuria Railway Company (SMR) in the Japanese empire
The European Historical Economics Society Conference   2 Sep 2017   
Empire and Aftermath in East Asia: The Japanese Empire and its Legacies
RENKEI PAX Workshop – ‘Emancipating the Mind: History, Politics, and Heritage’   24 Aug 2017   
After Empire Comes Home: Economic experiences of Japanese civilian repatriates, 1945-56
Global Japanese Studies Program, Tokyo University   22 May 2017   
After Empire Comes Home: Economic experiences of Japanese civilian repatriates, 1945-56
Comparative Histories of Asia Seminar, Institute of Historical Research   1 Feb 2017   
Knowledge dissemination via an in-house training: A case of Japanese employees in the South Manchuria Railway Company
World Congress on Business History   3 Sep 2016   
Knowledge dissemination via an in-house training: A case of Japanese employees in the South Manchuria Railway Company
The Fifth Asian Historical Economics Conference   3 Sep 2016   
Economic experiences of the South Manchuria Railway employees in postwar Japan, 1945-56
Association for Asian Studies (AAS) in Asia Conference   26 Jun 2016   
Economic experiences of the South Manchuria Railway employees, 1945-56
European Research Council War Crimes and Empire Project Guest Talk Series, Cambridge University   9 Dec 2015   
Entrepreneurship as a means to start over in postwar Japan, 1946 - 1965
World Economic History Congress   4 Aug 2015   
Economic experiences of Manchuria Railway Company employees in postwar Japan
Socio-Economic History Society Conference   31 May 2015   
Economic experiences of Japanese civilian repatriates in Hiroshima Prefecture, 1945-56
Economic History Society Annual Conference   28 Mar 2015   
Economic experiences of Japanese civilian repatriates in Hiroshima prefecture, 1945-56
Doctoral competition, Comparative Histories of Asia Seminar, Institute of Historical Research   23 Oct 2014   
The Reintegration of Japanese Soldiers and Civilian Repatriates in the Postwar Japanese Economy
JOINT EAST ASIAN STUDIES CONFERENCE East Asian societies in transition: challenges and connections   6 Sep 2013   

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