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  IWASA Takuro
   Faculty of Information Technology and Social Sciences Department of Information Technology and Social Sciences
   Associate Professor
 Academic conference presentation
1. 2010 German and European Academic Images of Japan since the 1970s (INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM: MUTUAL PERCEPTIONS IN JAPANESE-GERMAN RELATIONS)
2. 2009 From Homogeneity toward Heterogeneity - on the Japanese Society in European Academic Images (The 31st General Meeting of the Japan Association of Comparative Cultures)
 Books and Articles
1. 2010 Thesis "From Homogeneity toward Heterogeneity -on the Japanese Society in European Academic Images-"  (Single) 
2. 2011 Thesis "The Japanese Lifetime Employment Model-In Changing European Academic Images-"  (Single) 
3. 2011 Thesis European Dichotomous Paradigms and Japan's Images -"Self and Other", "West and East", and "Eurocentrism and Orientalism-"  (Single) 
4. 2016 Thesis Difference and Uniqueness -in European Academic Images of Japan from 1970's to the 1990's-  (Single) 
5. 2017 Thesis Debate on "Nihonjinron" in Japanese Studies -in European Academic Images of Japan-  (Single) 
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 Academic background
1. 2007/10/25
Degree Acquisition
European University Institute Doctor of History and Civilisation
2. 2002/09~2007/10 European University Institute Department of History and Civilisation 〔Doctoral course〕 Completed
 Main Subject
European Studies / The Comparative Studies of Civilizations / International Societies / International Cultures
 Research topic, funded research, and department laboratory expense
1.   Comparative Study of Civilisaztion and Cultures between Europe and Japan, Study of Understandings of Different Cultures and Images  (Key Word : Comparative Study of Civilisaztion and Cultures between Europe and Japan, Study of Understandings of Different Cultures, Study of Images)
 Present specialized field
Area studies (Key Word:European Studies, Comparative Studies of Civilizations, Comparative Studies of Cultures, Images of Foreign Cultures) 

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