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Shimizu Kosuke

シミズ コウスケ | Shimizu Kosuke
Research field  (2): International relations ,  Politics
Research keywords  (3): Post-structuralism ,  International Political Economy ,  International Relations
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (6):
  • 2015 - 2018 Collaborative Research of Asian Studies and International Relations for New Governance Theories
  • 2015 - 2017 The ‘International’ in Asia and the ‘Asia’ in international relations: on the possibility of Asian studies for International Relations
  • 2014 - 2015 A Comparative Research on Chinese School of International Relations and the Kyoto School of Philosophy
  • 2013 - 2014 A historical analysis of the relationship between the territorial dispute of China-Japan and the formation of a cultural sphere of Taiwan and Ishigaki islands.
  • 2011 - 2014 Research into the Possibilities of Establishing Multicultural Societies in the Asia Pacific Region: Conflict, Negotiation, and Migration
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Papers (25):
  • Ching Chang Chen, Kosuke Shimizu. International relations from the margins: the Westphalian meta-narratives and counter-narratives in Okinawa-Taiwan relations. Cambridge Review of International Affairs. 2019. 520-539
  • SHIMIZU Kosuke. Do Time and Language Matter in IR?: Nishida Kitaro's non-Western discourse of philosophy and politics. Korean Journal of International Studies. 2018. 16. 1. 99-119
  • SHIMIZU Kosuke. IR and everydayness. 2018. 192. 129-137
  • SHIMIZU Kosuke. The Genealogy of Culturalist International Relations in Japan and Its Implications for Post-Western Discourse. All Azimuth. 2018. 7. 1. 121-136
  • Kosuke Shimizu. Reflection, the Public, and the Modern Machine: An Investigation of the Fukushima Disaster in Relation to the Concepts of Truth and Morality. JAPANESE JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE. 2017. 18. 4. 536-551
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MISC (6):
  • Kosuke Shimizu. The genealogy of culturalist international relations in Japan and its implications for post-Western discourse. Widening the World of International Relations: Homegrown Theorizing. 2018. 123-141
  • Kosuke Shimizu, William S. Bradley. Multiculturalism and conflict reconciliation in the Asia-Pacific: Migration, language and politics. Multiculturalism and Conflict Reconciliation in the Asia-Pacific: Migration, Language and Politics. 2016. 1-237
  • Kosuke Shimizu, William S. Bradley. Introduction. Multiculturalism and Conflict Reconciliation in the Asia-Pacific: Migration, Language and Politics. 2016. 1-18
  • Kosuke Shimizu. Who owns our tongue? English, academic life, and subjectivity. Multiculturalism and Conflict Reconciliation in the Asia-Pacific: Migration, Language and Politics. 2016. 81-98
  • William S. Bradley, Kosuke Shimizu. Afterword. Multiculturalism and Conflict Reconciliation in the Asia-Pacific: Migration, Language and Politics. 2016. 229-231
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Books (10):
  • Critical International Relations Theories In East Asia: Relationality, Subjectivity, and Pragmatism
    Routledge 2019
  • Modern Japanese Political Thought and International Relations
    Rowman & Littlefield 2018
  • Widening the World of International Relations: Homegrown Theorizing
    Routledge. 2018
  • Non-Western International Relations: A Dialogue with Japanese Predecessors Ryuhei Hatsuse et.al. eds
    Nakanishiya 2017
  • Multiculturalism and Conflict Reconciliation in the Asia-Pacific: Migration, Language, and Politics
    Palgrave Macmillan 2014
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Lectures and oral presentations  (58):
  • International relations of contingency and everydayness: Tosaka Jun's radical theory of relationality
    (European International Studies Association Annual Conference 2019)
  • Interna􏰆onal Rela􏰆ons of Rela􏰆onality and Everydayness: the cases of the Kyoto School philosophers
    (International Studies Association Annual Convention, Hawaii 2020)
  • The experience of the Kyoto School Philosophy and its implications for Buddhist politics in the war.
    (NCHU Workshop on non-Western IR 2019)
  • The transcendental whole or mere contingency: the tragedy of the second generation of the Kyoto School philosophers
    (European International Studies Association Annual Conference 2019)
  • Buddhism and IR?: With experience of the Kyoto School
    (Pretoria University Lecture Series 2019)
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Education (2):
  • - 1991 Seinan Gakuin University Faculty of Economics
  • - 1991 Seinan Gakuin University Department of Economics Division of Economics
Professional career (1):
  • Ph. D. in International Relations (Victoria University of Wellington)
Work history (1):
  • 1998 - 2004 Kansai Gaidai University (1998-2004)
Awards (2):
  • 1998 - Sir Desmond Todd Prize
  • 1994 - Postgraduate Scholarship
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