J-GLOBAL ID:200901014044310804   Update date: Jan. 09, 2020

Minamikawa Takashi

ミナミカワ タカシ | Minamikawa Takashi
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor,Professor
Research field  (1): History - Europe/America
Research keywords  (1): European History
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • History of the Roman Provinces
  • Political and Social History of the Roman Empire
Papers (1):
  • MINAMIKAWA Takashi. Aspects of Social and Cultural Changes in the Ancient World: Hellenization, Romanization, and Christianization : General Introduction. Kodai: Journal of Ancient History. 2003. 13/14. 131-134
MISC (1):
  • MINAMIKAWA Takashi. Roman Empire and globalization. Kyoto Journal of Ancient History. 2018. 18. 87-90
Books (5):
  • (ed.) Decline and Decline-Narratives in the Greek and Roman World: Proceedings of a Conference held at the University of Oxford in March 2017
    Kyoto University 2017 ISBN:9784990192938
  • (ed.) New Approaches to the Later Roman Empire
    Kyoto University 2015 ISBN:9784990192921
  • The Power of Identity: A Japanese Historical Perspective on the Study of Ancient History
    Angelos Chaniotis, Annika Kuhn and Christina Kuhn (eds.), Applied Classics : Comparisons, Constructs, Controversies, Franz Steiner Verlag / Stuttgart 2009
  • ed. with Satoshi Koyama, Continuity and Change of the Humanism in the Modern Europe: Political Culture, Classical Studies and University
    Kyoto University 2005 ISBN:4990192915
  • (ed.), Material Culture, Mentality and Historical identity in the Ancient World: Understanding the Celts, Greeks, Romans and the Modern Europeans
    Kyoto University 2004 ISBN:4990192907
Lectures and oral presentations  (3):
  • Opening Remarks and Prospectus
    (New Approaches to the Later Roman Empire 2014)
  • Ancient History in Japan
    (Kyoto-Cambridge International Symposium: Integrating the Humanities: the Roles of Classics and Philosophy, the University of Cambridge, Cambridge, U.K. 2006)
  • Aspects of Social and Cultural Changes in the Ancient World: Hellenization, Romanization and Christianization: General Introduction
    (International Symposium on Ancient Mediterranean World 2004)
Education (3):
  • - 1984 Kyoto University Graduate School, Division of Letters
  • - 1979 Kyoto University Faculty of Letters
  • - 1979 Kyoto University Faculty of Literature Division of History, Department of European History
Professional career (2):
  • Doctor of Letters (Kyoto University)
  • Master of Arts (Kyoto University)
Association Membership(s) (6):
The Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies ,  Rakuhoku Shigaku Kai(The Rakuhoku Society of Historical Studies) ,  Shigakukai(The Historical Society of Japan) ,  The Classical Society of Japan ,  The Nippon Seiyoshigakukai(The Japanese Society of Western History) ,  The Shigaku Kenkyukai(The Society of Historical Research)
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