NAKANISHI Tatsuya

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Name
NAKANISHI Tatsuya
Affiliation
Kyoto University
Section
Graduate School of Letters, Department of History

Published Papers

 
Ma Dexin and Ibn ‘Arabī’s Theories of the Afterlife
NAKANISHI Tatsuya
Bulletin of the Society for Western and Southern Asiatic Studies   (86) 55-78   Mar 2017   [Refereed]
Sources of Islamic Ideas in Chinese Qādirīs: Preliminary Research on Sufism and Taoism in Northwestern China during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
NAKANISHI Tatsuya
Proceedings of SIAS/KIAS Joint International Workshop "Depth and Width of Islamic Culture and Society" (held by Islamic Area Studies Center for Islamic Area Studies at Kyoto Universtiy (KIAS) and The Center of Islamic Area Studies at Sophia University (SI   3-9   2009
The Logic of Succession in the Case of Chinese Muslims during the Qing Period
NAKANISHI Tatsuya
Orient (Reports of the Society for Near Eastern Studies in Japan)   42 55-70   2007

Misc

 
Trends of Studies on Islam in China
NAKANISHI Tatsuya
26 125-141   Oct 2016   [Refereed][Invited]
One Giant Leap in the Study of the Chinese Crescent: A Superb Annotated Translation of Liu Zhi’s Nature and Principle in Islam
NAKANISHI Tatsuya
International Journal of Asian Studies   8(1) 63-71   2011   [Refereed][Invited]

Books etc

 
"Variations of ‘Islamic Military Cosmopolitanism’: The Survival Strategies of Hui Muslims during the Modern Period," Challenging Cosmopolitanism: Coercion, Mobility and Displacement in Islamic Asia, edited by R. Michael Feener, and Joshua Gedacht
NAKANISHI Tatsuya (Part:Joint Work, Variations of ‘Islamic Military Cosmopolitanism’: The Survival Strategies of Hui Muslims during the Modern Period)
Edinburgh University Press   Sep 2018   
“Ma Dexin and Ibn ‘Arabī’s Prospects Regarding the Afterlife: A Chinese Expression of Sufism during the 19th Century,” Islamic Studies and the Study of Sufism in Academia: Rethinking Methodologies, ed. by Yasushi Tonaga and Chiaki Fujii
NAKANISHI Tatsuya (Part:Contributor, 151170)
Kenan Rifai Center for Sufi Studies, Kyoto University   2018   
"Translating Din as Jiao: The Religion and Community of Chinese Muslims during the Premodern Era," The Development of the East Asian Exegetical Tradition: With Special Reference to Religious Texts, ed. by Fujii Jun, Kyoto: Institute for Research in Humani
NAKANISHI Tatsuya (Part:Contributor, Translating Din as Jiao: The Religion and Community of Chinese Muslims during the Premodern Era)
Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University   Mar 2017   
"Chinese Muslims and Islamic Reformism during the Modern Period," Zhenghe Forum Connecting China and the Muslim World, ed.by Haiyun Ma, Chai Shaojin, Ngeow Chow Bing, Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya Press, 2016, pp. 123-134.
NAKANISHI Tatsuya
University of Malaya Press   2016   ISBN:978-967-0380-75-9

Conference Activities & Talks

 
A Chinese Muslim Scholar's Criticism against Saint Veneration
NAKANISHI Tatsuya
All-Japan–Exeter Joint Workshop / Tobunken Symposium Knowledge as Power: Production, Control, and Manipulation of Knowledge in Muslim Societies   28 Apr 2019   
Family, Umma, and Nation: Multilayered and Dynamic Identities of Chinese Muslims
NAKANISHI Tatsuya
International Symposium on Chinese Muslims, “Redrawing and Straddling Borders: Chinese Muslims in Transnational Fields and Multilingual Literatures”   1 Dec 2018   
Using the Classics for Reform in Early Twentieth-Century Chinese Islam
NAKANISHI Tatsuya
AAS in Asia Conference, 2018 New Delhi - Asia in Motion: Geographies and Genealogies-   6 Jul 2018   
The Reactions of Chinese Muslims to Changing Currents of Thought in the Late Ming and Early Ch‘ing: From a Comparison of Discussions about the Diversity of People by Wang Tai-yü and Liu Chih [Invited]
NAKANISHI Tatsuya
63rd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF EASTERN STUDIES   19 May 2018   
Shifting between Islamic and Chinese Affiliations: Ma Liangjun’s Two Narratives about the History of Caliphs
NAKANISHI Tatsuya
AAS (Association for Asian Studies) Annual Conference 2018 (at Washington, USA)   24 Mar 2018   
Ma Dexin and Ibn ‘Arabī’s Theories Regarding the Afterlife: A Chinese Expression of Sufism during the 19th Century
NAKANISHI Tatsuya
The First International Symposium of Kenan Rifai Center for Sufi Studies, Kyoto University "Islamic Studies and the Study of Sufism in Academia: Rethinking Methodologies" at Kyoto University   21 May 2017   
Chinese Expressions of the Umma, or the Global Muslim Community
NAKANISHI Tatsuya
THE SECOND SIKKIM UNIVERSITY - KYOTO UNIVERSITY JOINT WORKSHOP ON HUMAN SUSTAINABILITY, at Kyoto University   10 May 2017   
Chinese Muslims and Islamic Reformism during the Modern Period
NAKANISHI Tatsuya
"Reconnecting China with the Muslim World" organized by Zhenghe International Peace Foundation, University of Malaya, and Malaysia-China Friendship Association, held at University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia   12 Aug 2015   
Swaying between the Umma and China: The Survival Strategies of Hui Muslims during the Modern Period
NAKANISHI Tatsuya
“Wild Spaces and Islamic Cosmopolitanism in Asia,” National University of Singapore   14 Jan 2015   
Sainthood and Numinous Text: Why Did Chinese Qādrī Sufis Prefarably Use Taoist Words?
NAKANISHI Tatsuya
2nd French Japanese Seminar, "Saint Cults, Mausoleums and Sufi Linages," organized by SIAS, KIAS, and CNRS/ GSRL, at CNRS, Paris   23 Nov 2013   
Islam Holding Dialogues with China
NAKANISHI Tatsuya
The 53rd Hakubi Seminar, held at The Hakubi Center for Advanced Research (Kyoto University, iCeMS West Wing 2F, Seminar Room)   8 Jan 2013   
The Sinicization of Islam
NAKANISHI Tatsuya
IAS-AEI International Conference: New Horizons in Islamic Area Studies: Islamic Scholarship Across Cultures & Continents, Nikko Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia   24 Nov 2008   
Creating the Silsila, or the Logic of Succession, in the Case of Chinese Muslims
NAKANISHI Tatsuya
Second World Congress for Middle Eastern Studies, Le Meridien Amman Hotel, Amman, Jordan   13 Jun 2006