HARADA, Akiko

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Name
HARADA, Akiko
Affiliation
The University of Tokyo

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
Oct 2003
 - 
Jul 2009
Bayerische und Fraenkische Landesgeschichte, Ealangen-Nuernberg Universitaet
 

Published Papers

 
City Walls and Identity in Medieval Europe
HARADA, Akiko
Journal of Historical Studies   (972) 26-36   Mar 2018   [Invited]
Social Identity in a Late Medieval German City : Donations of the Burghers to the Church in Nuremberg
HARADA, Akiko
Journal of Western Medieval History    33 31-51   Mar 2014   [Invited]
Der Wandel des staedtischen Gemeinschaftsbewusstseins in der Reichsstadt Nuernberg im spaeten Mittelalter und in der beginnenden Neuzeit am Beispiel der buergerlichen Stiftungen an die beiden Pfarrkirchen
Akiko Harada
Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg      Dec 2008   [Refereed]
Akiko HARADA
The Komaba journal of area studies,the University of Tokyo   (5) 230-251   2001   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Social Identity in the Late Medieval City : The Civic Donation to the Church in Nuremberg.
HARADA, Akiko
The Proceedings of the Eighth Japan – Korean Symposium on Medieval History of Europe (2013). Medieval Identities : Political, Social and Religious Aspects   7-14   Jul 2013   [Invited]
原田 晶子
The Komaba journal of area studies,the University of Tokyo   (5) 230-248   2001

Books etc

 
Die Symbiose von Kirche und Stadt im Spätmittelalter: Das bürgerliche Gemeinschaftsbewusstsein und Stiftungen an die Pfarrkirchen in der Reichsstadt Nürnberg
HARADA, Akiko
Dr. Kovač (Hamburg)   Oct 2014   ISBN:978-8300-8159-3

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Social Identity in the Late Medieval City: The Civic Donation to the Church in Nuremberg
HARADA, Akiko
The Eigth Japanese-Korean Symposium on Medieval History of Europe   Aug 2013   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(研究活動スタート支援)
Project Year: Aug 2011 - Mar 2013    Investigator(s): Akiko HARADA
In the Study of the medieval German city, the clergy were long considered to be “foreign bodies” because of their legal privileges. Therefore, the relationship between the city and the clergy was described as a “conflict model.” Recently, however,...