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Susairaj Antony

Susairaj Antony
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Research field  (1): Cultural anthropology and folklore
Research keywords  (7): Visual Media ,  Digital Humanities ,  Samathuvapuram ,  Indian Movies, Politics and Globalization ,  Indian languages, Caste, Poverty and race ,  Indian religious and racial problems and Nationalism ,  South Asian History, Religions and Cultures
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (1):
  • 新興中間層の台頭とインド映画の新局面-新ジャンルの成立と映画産業の変貌を焦点に-
Papers (23):
  • Antony Susairaj. A Comparative Study on the Contemporary Indian Concept of Universal Religion. Academia, Humanities and Natural Sciences. 2023. 25. 209-226
  • Antony Susairaj. The Hazards of Passing on the Hereditary Occupation: A Study on the Identity and Occupation of Arunthathiyar Community in India. Academia Humanities and Natural Sciences. 2022. 24. 225-240
  • Antony Susairaj. Financial Inclusion: A Key to Economic Empowerment of Weaker Sections with Reference to ‘Katkari’ Tribe in Maharashtra. Academia Humanities and Natural Sciences, Nanzan University. 2022. 24. 241-263
  • Antony Susairaj. Human Dignity: A Socio-religious Perspective from the Indian Context. BOOK: Hominis Dignitati: An Interdisciplinary Approach. 2022. 275-293
  • Antony Susairaj. Dalits and Tribals of India: The Most Vulnerable Groups during Covid-19. 2022. 95. 321-322
Lectures and oral presentations  (13):
  • Role Model for Sustainable Social Development with a Special Reference to Samathuvapuram
    (International Conference on Sustainable Social Development in India , Sacred Heart College, Tirupattur, Tamil Nadu, INDIA 2022)
  • An Enquiry into the Ideology of Samathuvapuram in the Promotion of Social Harmony in the Multi-caste Indian Society: A Study on Vengalapuram Periyar Samathuvapuram, Tirupattur District, Tamil Nadu
    (The Japanese Association for South Asian Studies 2021)
  • Dalits and Tribals of India: The Most Vulnerable groups during Covid-19
    (Japanese Association for Religious Studies 2021)
  • The Hazards of Continuing Hereditary Occupations (Kula Thozhil): A Study on the Identity and Occupation of an Arunthathiyar Community in Tamil Nadu, India.
    (The Japanese Association for Japanese Studies 2020)
  • An Evaluation on Samathuvapuram (Model village of Equality) in Tamil Nadu in Promotion of Social Harmony
    (Japanese Association for Religious Studies 2020)
Education (1):
  • 2013 - 2016 Sophia University Global Studies, Area Studies Doctoral Studies
Professional career (1):
  • Ph. D, Doctor of Philosophy in Area Studies (Sophia University)
Work history (3):
  • 2017/09 - 現在 Nanzan University Department of Anthropology and Philosophy Lecturer
  • 2009/06 - 2010/06 Charles' Apostolic School English Teacher Lecturer
  • 2005/06 - 2006/05 SVD Vidya Bhavan, Institute of Philosophy and Religion 哲学部 Lecturer
Committee career (3):
  • 2020/04 - 現在 Association for Asian Studies Member
  • 2018/04 - 現在 日本宗教学会 Japanese Association for Religious Studies Member
  • 2013/04 - 現在 南アジア学会 The Japanese Association for South Asian Studies (JASAS)
Awards (2):
  • 2006/03 - Madras Christian College , Chennai, South India JITTENDAR RODRICKS GOLD MEDAL Best Academic Performance for the Academic Year 2004-2005
  • 2005/04 - Madras Christian College, Chennai,South India GAJJALA SUNDARA RAO PRIZE for Academic Performance for the academic year 2003-2004 Best Academic Performance
Association Membership(s) (4):
Editorial Board Member, LUMINA: An Interdisciplinary and Scholarly Journal, Holy Name University, Bohol, Philippines. ,  Institute of Asian, African and Middle Eastern Studies, Sophia University ,  Japanese Association for Religious Studies ,  The Japanese Association for South Asian Studies (JASAS)
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