Haruki Inagaki

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Name
Haruki Inagaki
E-mail
haruki_inagakitmu.ac.jp
Affiliation
Tokyo Metropolitan University
Section
History and Archaeology
Job title
Assistant Professor
Degree
BA(Tokyo), MA(Tokyo), PhD(King's College London)
Research funding number
00796485

Research Areas

 
 

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