INOUE Takami

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Name
INOUE Takami
Affiliation
Otani University
Section
Faculty of Letters, Department of Shin Buddhist Studies
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
Ph.D. in Religious Studies(University of California, Santa Barbara (U.S.A.)), M.A. in Religions Studies(University of California, Santa Barbara(U.S.A)), M.A. in Buddhist Studies(Otani University), B.A. in Buddhist Studies(Kyoto University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
2001
 - 
2002
Part-time Lecturer at Otani University
 
2003
   
 
- Lecuturer at Otani University
 
2010
   
 
- Associate Professor at Otani University
 

Education

 
 
 - 
2010
East Asian Religions, Religious Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara
 
 
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1994
East Asian Religions, Religious Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara
 
 
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1991
Buddhist Studies, Graduate School, Division of Letters, Otani University
 
 
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1984
哲学科 仏教学専攻, Faculty of Literature, Kyoto University
 

Committee Memberships

 
2006
   
 
International Association of Shin Buddhist Studies  Treasurer, Steering committee member
 

Misc

 
Genealogy of Faith-oriented Buddhism: A Sketch of an Archetypal Scene of "saddhā" as depicted in the Alāvaka Sutta and Vangisa Sutta in the Sutta Nipāta.
Otani Gakuho (The Journal of Buddhist Studies and Humanities)   89(2) 1-45   2010
The Archetype of "tada nenbutsu": "Saddhā" and "Anussati" Extolled in the Pārāyana-vagga of the Suttanipāta「ただ念仏」の原型—『スッタニパータ』「彼岸道品」に謳われる念仏と信心—
Shinran Kyogaku 親鸞教学   (91) 15-36
Shinshu Followers' Resistance to the Meiji Government's Suppression of Buddhism: the Case of the Matsumoto Domain
The Pure Land, New Series   (22) 71-77
Shin Buddhist Response to Modernity: Introduction
The Pure Land, New Series   (22) 63-39   2006
Rokkakudo mukoku saiko 六角堂夢告再考 (A Reconsideration of Shinran's Dream at Rokkakudo)
Shinran Kyogaku 親鸞教学   (86) 11-47   2005

Books etc

 
Buddhas and Kami in Japan: Honji Suijaku as a Combinatory Paradigm (pp.287-312, "The Interaction of Buddhist and Shinto Traditions at the Suwa Shrine")
Routledge Curzon   2003   ISBN:0-415-29747-8
Yure ugoku shi to sei: Shûkyô to gôrisei no hazama de 揺れ動く死と生:宗教と合理性のはざまで (Fluctuating Death and Life: Between Religion and Rationality, pp.130-150, “No Hell Below Us: Twilight of Religious Cosmology and Modernization of Japan”)
Kôyô Shobô 晃洋書房   2009   ISBN:978-4-7710-2042-9

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Symbolic Meanings of Shinran's Dream at Rokkakudo(六角堂夢告の象徴的意味)
6th Conference of the International Association of Shin Buddhist Studies at Otani University   1993   
The Splendorous Visions of Amitabha Buddha and his Western Pure Land: the bas-relief from Hsiang-t'ang shan
North American Branch of the International Association of Shin Buddhist Studies conference at Institute of Buddhist Studies in Berkeley   1994   
Shinshu Followers' Resistance to the Meiji Government's Suppression of Buddhism: the Case of the Matsumoto Domain
10th Conference of the International Association of Shin Buddhist Studies at Otani University   2001   
The Jodoshinshu Institution in the Modern Period
Conference on Pure Land (Jodo Shinshu) Buddhism. Sponsored by Chikushi University and Loyola Marymount University   2001   
Passion and the Vow: Shinran's Dream-samādhi at Rokkakudō and Gautama's Temptation by Māra
11th Conference of the International Association of Shin Buddhist Studies at Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley   2003   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Pure Land Buddhism and Shin Buddhism as Mahayana Buddhism
Project Year: 1989   
Xiangtangshan Caves and Early Chinese Pure Land Thought
Project Year: 1994   
Shinbutsu bunri and the Modernization of Japanese Buddhism, especially Shin Buddhism