ISOMAE Junichi

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Name
ISOMAE Junichi
URL
https://nichibun.academia.edu/JunichiIsomae
Affiliation
International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Section
International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Job title
Professor
Degree
(BLANK)
Research funding number
60232378

Research Areas

 
 

Books etc

 
Tokyo-daigaku Sogokenkyu-Shiryoukan Shozo Jomon-gidai Dogu sonota Doseihin Katarogu [Catalogue of the Tokyo University Museum Collection of Jomon Clay Figurines and Other Clay Objects]
Akazawa Takeru (Part:Contributor)
The University Museum, The University of Tokyo   1991   
Dogu and Kamen: Jomon-jidai no Shukyo kouzo [Clay Figurine and Clay Mask: The Religious Structure of the Jomon Period]
ISOMAE Jun'ichi
Azekura-shobo   1994   
Tokyo-teikoku-daigaku Shinto-kenkyushitsu Kyu-zosho: Mokuroku to Kaisetsu [Annoted Bibliography of Works in the Collection of the Shinto Reseach Office of Tokyo Imperial University]
Shimazono Susumu (Part:Contributor)
Tokyodo-shoten   Jul 1996   
Kiki-shinwa no Metahistory [Metahistory of Kojiki-Nihonshoki]
ISOMAE Jun'ichi
Yoshikawakobunkan   1998   
Kindai Nihon niokeru Chishikijin to Shukyo: Anesaki Masaharu no Kiseki [Intellectuals and Religion in Modern Japan: The Locus of Anesaki Masaharu]
Jun'ichi Isomae, Hidetaka Fukasawa (Part:Contributor)
Tokyodo-shoten   2002   

Published Papers

 
The Establishment of Modern Shintology and the Role of Tanaka Yoshito
ISOMAE Jun'ichi
Acta Asiatica      1998
Myth in Metamorphosis: Ancient and Medieval Versions of the Yamatotakeru Legend
ISOMAE Jun'ichi
Monumenta Nipponica      1999
Re-appropriating the Japanese Myths: Motoori Norinaga and the Creation Myths of the Kojiki and Nihon Shoki
ISOMAE Jun'ichi
Japanese Journal of Religious Studies      2000
Tanaka Yoshito and the Beginnings of Shinto-gaku
ISOMAE Jun'ichi
J. Breen and M. Teeuwen, eds., Shinto in History: Ways of the Kami      2000
The Discursive Position of Religious Studies in Japan: Masaharu Anesaki and the Origins of Religious Studies
ISOMAE Jun'ichi
Method & Theory in the Study of Religion      2002

Conference Activities & Talks

 
From Morality Theory to Shinto Studies
1998   Association for Asian Studies
Construction of the Historiographic Subject in the 1950’s: Ishimoda Sho’s Theory of the Heroic Age
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Reischauer Institute   1999   
The Formation of the Concept of `Religion' in Modern Japan
2000   International Association for the History of Religions
Visions of the Study of Religion for the New Millennium
2000   International Association for the History of Religions
Articulating Impossibility: Derrida, Bhabha and Sakai
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Seminar given at SOAS   Jun 2003   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Modern Religion History in Japan
The Other Research Programs