Yoshitaka IWASAKI

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Name
Yoshitaka IWASAKI
E-mail
yoshiwskgmail.com
Affiliation
Konan Women's University
Section
Faculty of Letters Department of Multicultural Communications

Research Areas

 
 

Books etc

 
The Nation-Building of a Native American Tribe
Yoshitaka IWASAKI
Jun 2016   

Research Grants & Projects

 
International Symposium on Minority Women in North America: Indigenous Women and Japanese War Brides
Project Year: Apr 2019 - Mar 2020

Conference Activities & Talks

 
TBA [Invited]
Yoshitaka IWASAKI
22 Nov 2019   United States Army Japan
How could "Canadian Indian" become "American Indian"?: Chippewa and Metis in the North American Borderlands
Yoshitaka IWASAKI
The 42nd Annual Conference of the Japanese Association for Canadian Studies   9 Sep 2017   
"Why and How A Foreign Perspective Counts When Exploring Native American History" [Invited]
Yoshitaka IWASAKI
Chickasaw Cultural Center   Jan 2013   
“Freedmen in the Indian Territory after the Civil War: The Dual Approaches of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations”
Yoshitaka IWASAKI
Jul 2008   
“Studying and Teaching Native American Histories and Cultures in Japan” [Invited]
Yoshitaka IWASAKI
The Inter-Tribal Council of the Five Civilized Tribes Conference   Jul 2003   

Published Papers

 
Off and on reservation Indians: Sitting Bull’s exile trail to Canada, 1876–1877
Yoshitaka IWASAKI
Ⅰ(第55号) 1-9   Mar 2019
Indian as Refugee and the Re-creation of a Domestic Native American Tribe: Chippewa Cree Tribe and Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation
Yoshitaka IWASAKI
Machikaneyama Ronso: History   (51) 27-53   Dec 2017
The Exile of Wandering Savages and the Recognition of "Legitimate" Indians: The Creation of the Turtle Mountain Chippewa Reservation, Metis, and the Little Shell Band
Yoshitaka IWASAKI
American History   (40) 46-65   Aug 2017   [Refereed][Invited]
Yoshitaka Iwasaki
同志社アメリカ研究   (50) 1-22   Mar 2014   [Refereed]
論説(Article)
Iwasaki Yoshitaka
Rikkyo American studies   32 161-180   2010   [Refereed]
岩崎 佳孝
Journal of Hannan University Humanities & natural science   44(2) 15-32   Mar 2009   [Refereed]
“Freedmen in the Indian Territory after the Civil War: The Dual Approaches of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations”
Yoshitaka IWASAKI
The Nanzan Review of American Studies 30: Proceedings of the NASSS 2008   30 91-108   Dec 2008
Iwasaki Yoshitaka
英米文化   (30) 127-140   Mar 2000
In 18th century north America, many Euroamerican people chose to live among Native American tribes during the wars between Native Americans, white settlers of Spain, French and Great Britain. They were called 'White Indians,' and many of them were...
欧米文化研究   (4) 21-37   Oct 1997
The idea of 'civilization' of the American Indian meant the promotion of education in the white men's way, especially in the areas of agriculture, domestic and mechanic arts, and spreading of Christianity among the 'savage' Indians in the hope tha...

Misc

 
Kumiko Noguchi, California Indian History: From the Invisible to Federally Recognized Tribes, Sairyusha, 2015, 256 pp.
Yoshitaka IWASAKI
International & Regional Studies   (49) 139-141   Mar 2016   [Invited]
IWASAKI Yoshitaka
工学・工業教育研究講演会講演論文集   17 290-291   Sep 2005   [Invited]