Haruki Inagaki

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Haruki Inagaki
Tokyo Metropolitan University
History and Archaeology
Job title
Assistant Professor
BA(Tokyo), MA(Tokyo), PhD(King's College London)
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Published Papers

Writs, Disturbances and Revenue Defaulters: Indigenous Uses of Law and the Administrative Sense of Crisis in Early Nineteenth-Century Colonial India
Haruki Inagaki
Rekishigaku Kenkyu   973 18-31   Aug 2018   [Refereed]
Despotism and the Rule of Law: The Conflict between the EIC Government and the King's Court in Bombay in the 1820s
Haruki Inagaki
Shigaku Zasshi   127(1) 1-34   Jan 2018   [Refereed]
‘The rule of law and emergency in colonial India: The conflict between the King’s Court and the government in Bombay in the 1820s’
Haruki Inagaki
king's College London   1-346   Oct 2016
‘Law, agency and emergency in British imperial politics: Conflict between the government and the King’s Court in Bombay in the 1820s’
Haruki Inagaki
East Asian Journal of British History   5 207-224   2016   [Refereed]
‘Policing the market: Metropolitan ideas and local contexts in police reform in early nineteenth-century Bombay City’
Haruki Inagaki
Moving around: People, things and practices in consumer culture, ed. Hiroki Shin, Shinobu Majima and Yusuke Tanaka   171-176   2015
‘Missions and empire: Religion in nineteenth-century British imperial history’ (in Japanese)
Haruki Inagaki
Shigaku Zasshi   121(6) 67-90   2012   [Refereed]
‘William Wilberforce’s evangelicalism and missionary movement: The renewal of the East India Company charter in 1813’
Haruki Inagaki
Clio   22 40-61   2008

Conference Activities & Talks

Law and Humanitarianism in 19th century British West Indies
Haruki Inagaki
7 Oct 2018