Takashi Saikawa

Visiting scholar (HS 2011-FS 2012)

Geschichte

saikawa(at)asia-europe.uni-heidelberg.de

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Zur Person

Ph.D. Candidate, Department of History, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Heidelberg Graduate Programme of Transcultural Studies, Cluster of Excellence “Asia and Europe in a Global Context”, University of Heidelberg Supervisor: Professor Dr. Madeleine Herren-Oesch

Education
2005 M.A., Political Science, summa cum laude, Waseda University, Japan
2002 B.A., Political Science, Waseda University, Japan

Research Activities
September 2008
Visiting Student, L’Institut universitaire de hautes études internationales (Graduate Institute of International Studies), Geneva, Switzerland.

September 2007
Visiting Student, L’Institut universitaire de hautes études internationales (The Graduate Institute of International Studies), Geneva, Switzerland.

April-May 2007
Visiting Student, The Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Republic of China.

Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Global History
  • History of International Cultural Exchange
  • History of International Organizations
  • History of International Relations in Modern East Asia
  • Sino-Japanese Cultural Relations in the 20th Century
  • Modern Japanese and Chinese Intellectual Histories

Publikationen

(English)

“From Intellectual Cooperation to International Cultural Exchange: Japan and China in the International Committee on Intellectual Cooperation”, Asian Regional Integration Review, Vol.1, April 2009, pp.83-91.

 (Japanese)

“????????????????????????????????????” (Nationalism of International Cultural Exchange: The case of Japan’s Intellectual Cooperation with the League of Nations), Journal of Next Generation Asia Forum, No.1, March 2008, pp.11-30.

 “???????????????????????????????????” (China’s Challenge to the International Committee on Intellectual Cooperation: transformation of the Idea of International Culture in the Interwar Period ”, The Waseda Study of Politics and Public Law, Vol.85, August 2008, pp.211-245.

 (Translated in Korean)

“1937? ???? ????? ????? ??? ??: ????, ??, ??? ??” (Japan and China in the Second Conference of National Committees on Intellectual Co-operation in 1937: National Culture, Region and the International Context), the Northeast Asian History Foundation ed., The Historiography and Peace of East Asia: Society, Nation, and the World, Seoul, 2011, forthcoming.

Academic Presentations

“National Culture, Region, and the International Context: Japan and China in the International Committee on Intellectual Cooperation in the 1930s”, the Panel “Rethinking the Social History of Intellectual Activity in Early Modern and Modern Japan: Contexts and Networks”, the 2011 Annual Conference of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS), Honolulu, U.S.A., March 2011.

“From Intellectual Co-operation to International Cultural Exchange: Japan and China in the International Committee on Intellectual Co-operation, 1922-1939”, International Conference “Networks in Times of Transition: Toward a Transcultural History of International Organizations”, University of Heidelberg, October 2010.

“Formation of the Idea of Intellectual Cooperation: Nitobe Inazo and the International Committee on Intellectual Cooperation in the Early 1920s”, the 14th Asian Studies Conference Japan (ASCJ), Tokyo, Japan, July 2010.

“From Intellectual Cooperation to International Cultural Exchange: Japan and China in the International Committee on Intellectual Cooperation, 1922-1939”, the 4th Joint East Asian Studies Conference, the British Association for Japanese Studies (BAJS), Sheffield, September 2009.

“Changing Concept of Intellectual Cooperation in the Interwar Period: the International Committee on Intellectual Cooperation, Japan and China”, Summer Institute on Regional Integration at Waseda, 2009, Waseda University, Japan, August 2009.

“Asia in the ‘League of Cultures’: Japan and China in the International Committee on Intellectual Cooperation, 1922-39”, the 7th International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, Beijing, June 2009.

“Nationalism of ‘International Culture’: Japan’s Intellectual Co-operation with the League of Nations”, the 13th Conference of the International Association of Historians of Asia (IAHA), Manila, Philippines, November 2006.

“Between East and West: Nationalism of ‘International Culture’ in Interwar Japan”, Japan Studies Graduate Students Workshop at the Australian National University, February 2006.