MINAMIKAWA Takashi

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Name
MINAMIKAWA Takashi
Affiliation
Kyoto University
Section
Graduate School of Letters, Department of History, Graduate School of Letters Division of History
Job title
Professor,Professor
Degree
Doctor of Letters(Kyoto University), Master of Arts(Kyoto University)
ORCID ID
0000-0003-1549-9898

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
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1984
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Kyoto University
 
 
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1979
Division of History, Department of European History, Faculty of Literature, Kyoto University
 

Committee Memberships

 
1993
   
 
The Shigaku Kenkyukai(The Society of Historical Research)  
 
1993
   
 
The Nippon Seiyoshigakukai(The Japanese Society of Western History)  
 
2001
   
 
The Classical Society of Japan  
 
1998
   
 
Shigakukai(The Historical Society of Japan)  
 
1999
   
 
Rakuhoku Shigaku Kai(The Rakuhoku Society of Historical Studies)  
 

Published Papers

 
Aspects of Social and Cultural Changes in the Ancient World: Hellenization, Romanization, and Christianization : General Introduction
MINAMIKAWA Takashi
Kodai: Journal of Ancient History   13/14 131-134   2003   [Refereed][Invited]

Misc

 
Roman Empire and globalization
MINAMIKAWA Takashi
Kyoto Journal of Ancient History   (18) 87-90   Dec 2018

Books etc

 
(ed.) Decline and Decline-Narratives in the Greek and Roman World: Proceedings of a Conference held at the University of Oxford in March 2017
Takashi MINAMIKAWA (Part:Editor)
Kyoto University   Oct 2017   ISBN:978-4-9901929-3-8
(ed.) New Approaches to the Later Roman Empire
Takashi MINAMIKAWA (Part:Editor)
Kyoto University   Sep 2015   ISBN:978-4-9901929-2-1
(ed.), Material Culture, Mentality and Historical identity in the Ancient World: Understanding the Celts, Greeks, Romans and the Modern Europeans
Takashi Minamikawa (Part:Editor)
Kyoto University   Jan 2004   ISBN:4-9901929-0-7
ed. with Satoshi Koyama, Continuity and Change of the Humanism in the Modern Europe: Political Culture, Classical Studies and University
Takashi Minamikawa (Part:Joint Editor)
Kyoto University   Mar 2005   ISBN:4-9901929-1-5
The Power of Identity: A Japanese Historical Perspective on the Study of Ancient History
Takashi Minamikawa (Part:Contributor, pp.231-243 The Power of Identity: A Japanese Historical Perspective on the Study of Ancient History)
Angelos Chaniotis, Annika Kuhn and Christina Kuhn (eds.), Applied Classics : Comparisons, Constructs, Controversies, Franz Steiner Verlag / Stuttgart   2009   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Opening Remarks and Prospectus
MINAMIKAWA Takashi
New Approaches to the Later Roman Empire   8 Mar 2014   Department of European History, Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University
Ancient History in Japan
Minamikawa Takashi
Kyoto-Cambridge International Symposium: Integrating the Humanities: the Roles of Classics and Philosophy, the University of Cambridge, Cambridge, U.K.   25 Sep 2006   Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University
Aspects of Social and Cultural Changes in the Ancient World: Hellenization, Romanization and Christianization: General Introduction
MINAMIKAWA Takashi
International Symposium on Ancient Mediterranean World   17 Apr 2004   Organizing Committeeof the International Symposium on Ancient Mediterranean World

Research Grants & Projects

 
Political and Social History of the Roman Empire
History of the Roman Provinces