- Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies in Japan: The State of the Art−報告
Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies in Japan:
The State of the Art−報告
【Date】 Friday, November 19, 2010.
【Place】Japan Center for Middle Eastern Studies(JaCMES),
2nd floor, Azariyeh Building A2-1, Beirut Central District (Downtown Beirut)
【Program of the meeting】
Chair: Nobuaki Kondo (Associate Professor, ILCAA)
11:00-11:05 Welcome Address by Hidemitsu Kuroki (Head, JaCMES/ Professor, ILCAA)
11:05-11:50 Sayaka Nakano
(Ph.D. Candidate, The University of Tokyo)
"A Study of the Abbasid Court Musicians Recorded in al-Aghani "
11:50-12:35 Keiko Ota
(Research Fellow, Ochanomizu University)
"The Meccan Sharifate and the Red Sea Trade: The Rise of Jidda as an Entrepot Port and the Policy of the Mamluk Dynasty toward Hijaz "
12:35-14:30 Lunch Break
14:30-15:15 Naofumi Abe
(Research Fellow, The University of Tokyo)
"Mother, Wife, and Daughter in Law of Fath ‘Ali Khan Donboli: A Study in Probate Inventories of a Local Notable in Nineteenth-Century Iran "
15:15-16:00 Hirotake Ishiguro
(Ph. D. Candidate, Kobe University)
"Inter-Party Competition and Quasi-Institutionalized Party System in the Middle Eastern Monarchies: The Case of Kuwait "
Chair: Yoichi Takamatsu (Associate Professor, ILCAA)
16:15-17:00 Akihito Kudo
(Research Fellow, Osaka University)
"French Orientalism and Legal Pluralism: Classification of Landed Property in Nineteenth-Century Algeria"
17:00-17:45 Satoshi Udo
(Research Fellow, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science)
"Reception of Modern Arab Literature in Japan: From Third-Worldism to Multiculturalism"
18:15-21:30 Reception Party
Stefan Leder (Director, Orient Institut Beirut)
Stefan Knost (Senior Research Fellow, Orient Institut Beirut)
Oussama Arabi (Lecturer, Lebanese American University)
Katia Haddad (Professor, Saint Joseph University)
Hilal Khashan (Professor, American University of Beirut)
Abdul-Rahim Abu-Husayn (Professor, American University of Beirut)
Aiko Nishikida(Assistant Professor, ILCAA)
Taku Osoegawa (Research Associate, JaCMES, ILCAA)
Mitsuko Sano (Lecturer, Saint Joseph University)
Seiko Sugita (Programme Specialist, UNESCO)