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Ito Masako

イトウ マサコ | Ito Masako
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Research field  (3): Cultural anthropology and folklore ,  History - Asia/Africa ,  Local studies
Research keywords  (1): Ethnic Studies
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (1):
  • 1997 - Historical Study about relations between ethnic minorities and the state in Vietnam
Papers (7):
  • ITO Masako. The Ngai in Vietnam: The History, Religion, and Ethnicity of the Minority People of Hakka Origin. Asian and African Area Studies. 2018. 17. 2. 169-174
  • ITO Masako. "We are not the Hoa": Vietnamese State Policies towards the 'Chinese' in Vietnam and the Modern History of the Ngai living in Northern Rural Areas. Asian and African Area Studies. 2018. 17. 2. 258-286
  • ITO Masako. Wartime Killings of Vietnamese Civilians by the Korean Army: Memories of War and Reconciliation. AZIYA KENKYU(Asian Studies). 2017. 63. 3. 12-29
  • I. Masako. Comparative Research on Memories Concerning Korean Armed Forces in Vietnam: Korean NGO Recovery of "Non-Official Memory. Southeast Asian Studies. 2010. 48. 3. 294-313
  • K. Junko, I. Masako. Reconsidering relations between vietnam and korea: Historical and regional perspectives beyond southeast asia. Southeast Asian Studies. 2010. 48. 3. 235-241
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MISC (1):
  • ITO Masako. State Policies towards Ethnic Minorities and the Shift in Ethnic Identity: The Case of a Village of Tay and Nung People in North Vietnam. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE『MODERNITIES AND DYNAMICS OF TRADITION IN VIETNAM: ANTHROPOLOGICAL APPROACHES』(使用言語:英語(ベトナム語通訳付))Binh Chau Resort, Vietnam, 2007年12月15-18日. 2007
Books (1):
  • Politics of Ethnic Classification in Vietnam
    Trans Pacific Press & Kyoto University Press 2013
Lectures and oral presentations  (3):
  • Who will benefit from the nuclear power plant exportation from Japan to Vietnam?
    (Vietnamese-Japanese Students' Scientific Exchange Meeting 2015)
  • Comparative Research about Memories of the Korean Armed Forces in Vietnam: A Korean NGO Preserves Nonofficial Memories
    (The First KASEAS・CSEAS Joint International Symposium 2009)
  • State Policies towards Ethnic Minorities and the Shift in Ethnic Identity: The Case of a Village of Tay and Nung People in North Vietnam
    (INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE『MODERNITIES AND DYNAMICS OF TRADITION IN VIETNAM: ANTHROPOLOGICAL APPROACHES 2007)
Works (2):
  • Reseach about re-classification of ethnic minorities in Vietnam
    2004 -
  • Historical Survey about Tay Nung ethnic minorities living in Lang Son Province Vietnam
    1997 - 2003
Education (3):
  • - 2000 The University of Tokyo Graduate School, Division of General Culture
  • - 1988 The University of Tokyo Faculty of Letters
  • - 1988 The University of Tokyo Faculty of Literature
Professional career (3):
  • Master of Arts (The University of Tokyo)
  • Doctor(philosophy) (The University of Tokyo)
  • Graduate Diploma
Work history (13):
  • 2004 - 2006 Daito Bunka University
  • 2004 - 2006 Associate Professor
  • 2006 - - Associate Professor
  • 2000 - 2004 Daito Bunka University
  • 2000 - 2004 Lecturer,
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Awards (1):
  • 2004 - The Prize of the Japan Society of Southeast Asian History
Association Membership(s) (4):
The Japan Society for the studies of Chinese Overseas ,  Japan Association for Asian Studies ,  Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology ,  Japan Society for Southeast Asian History
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