Event Archive(1986_2012)Institute for American Studies

2012年度

Oct. 6, 2012/ Religion and Civil Society in the Global Age: Voices from Japan and the US / Robert Bellah, Jun Furuya, Masachi Osawa and Mira Sonntag
日時:
2012年10月6日(土)14:00~17:00

場所:
立教大学池袋キャンパス太刀川記念館3階多目的ホール

講師:
ロバート・N・ベラー博士(カリフォルニア大学バークレー校名誉教授)

パネリスト:
古矢旬(北海商科大学教授)
大澤真幸
ミラ・ゾンターク(立教大学文学部准教授)

司会:
生井英考(立教大学社会学部教授・アメリカ研究所所長)
奥村隆(立教大学社会学部教授)

主催:
立教大学
立教大学社会学部
ウィリアムズ主教記念基金

共催:
立教大学キリスト教学研究科
立教大学アメリカ研究所
関東社会学会

後援:
日本社会学会
Oct. 5, 2012 / U.S. Presidential Election 2012 / Koji Murata, Kazuhiro Maeshima and Yasuhiro Hirai
Date:
Friday, October 5, 2012

Time:
6:30-8:30 pm

Location:
Room D301, Building 14, Ikebukuro Campus,
Rikkyo University
campus map

Panelists:
Koji Murata (Doshisha University)
Kazuhiro Maeshima (Bunkyo University)
Yasuhiro Hirai (Seijo University)

Chair:
Eikoh Ikui (Rikkyo University)

Audience:
General Public
This event is free and open to the public
July 28, 2012/ American Influences in Japanese Fashion: Westernization of Clothing, The Influence of 'Japan Fashion' and Current Street Fashion / Asuka Watanabe
Date:
Saturday, July 28, 2012

Time:
3:00-6:00 pm

Location:
Room A303, Building 11, Ikebukuro Campus,
Rikkyo University

Lecturer:
Asuka Watanabe (Kyoritsu Women's Junior College)

Commentator:
Norinao Tanaka (Bunka Gakuen University)

Chair:
Eikoh Ikui (Rikkyo University)

Sponsored by
the Institute for American Studies, Rikkyo University
This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required
please contact: ramins@rikkyo.ac.jp
July 14, 2012 / Obama Administration’s Foreign Policy / Nobuki Kawasaki, Takeyasu Fujiki and Hiroyuki Yamagata
Date:
Saturday, July 14, 2012

Time:
2:00-4:00 pm

Location:
Room A304, Building 11, Ikebukuro Campus,
Rikkyo University
campus map

Panelists:
Nobuki Kawasaki (Kansai University)
Takeyasu Fujiki (Wakayama University)
Hiroyuki Yamagata (Rikkyo University)

Audience:
General Public

This event is free and open to the public
June 30, 2012 / Blackness and Latinidad in Hip Hop and Reggaeton: In Case of Puerto Ricans and Dominicans in New York City Barrio / Mika Miyoshi
Date:
Saturday, June 30, 2012
Time:3:00-6:00 pm

Location:Room 7201, Building 7, Ikebukuro Campus,
Rikkyo University

Lecturer:
Mika Miyoshi

Commentator:
Ryosuke Kurata

Chair:
Eikoh Ikui (Rikkyo University)

Sponsored by
the Institute for American Studies, Rikkyo University
This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required
please contact: ramins@rikkyo.ac.jp

2011年度

Jan. 14, 2012 / American Democracy: From a Perspective of Structuration Theory / Kazuhisa Honda
Date:
Saturday, January 14, 2012

Time:
3:00-6:00 pm

Location:
Room D602, Building 14, Ikebukuro Campus,
Rikkyo University

Lecturer:
Kazuhisa Honda (Tokai University)

Commentator:
Takahiro Akedo (Tokyo Dental College)

Chair:
Eikoh Ikui (Rikkyo University)

Sponsored by
the Institute for American Studies, Rikkyo University
This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required
please contact: ramins@rikkyo.ac.jp
Dec. 3, 2011 / A Critique of Society in a Desocialized Manner in the Age of Mass Consumption of Image: A Study on Andy Warhol’s Works of Pop Art / Yu Hidaka
Date:
Saturday, December 3, 2011

Time:
3:00-6:00 pm

Location:
Room D602, Building 14, Ikebukuro Campus,
Rikkyo University

Lecturer:
Yu Hidaka (Gunma Prefectural Women's University)

Commentator:
Yoshiaki Sato

Chair:
Eikoh Ikui (Rikkyo University)

Sponsored by
the Institute for American Studies, Rikkyo University
This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required
please contact: ramins@rikkyo.ac.jp
Nov. 26, 2011 / American Economy after the Financial Crisis / Takuro Kawane, Yuji Toyofuku, Chiharu Hasegawa, Kiyohiko Fukushima and Hiroyuki Yamagata
Date:
Saturday, November 26, 2011

Time:
2:00-4:00 pm

Location:
Room X204, Building 10, Ikebukuro Campus,
Rikkyo University

Panelists:
Takuro Kawane (Ritsumeikan University)
Yuji Toyofuku (Mie University)
Chiharu Hasegawa (Ritsumeikan University)
Kiyohiko Fukushima (Rikkyo University)
Hiroyuki Yamagata (Rikkyo University)

Audience:
General Public
This event is free and open to the public
Oct. 29, 2011 / “Looking for the Brooklyn Dodgers”: The Brooklyn Dodgers and the Move as a Labor History / Shuhei Minami
Date:
Saturday, October 29, 2011

Time:
3:00-6:00 pm

Location:
Room X108, Building 10, Ikebukuro Campus,
Rikkyo University

Lecturer:
Shuhei Minami (Rikkyo University)
Commentator:
Kazuyo Tsuchiya (Kanagawa University)

Chair:
Eikoh Ikui (Rikkyo University)

Sponsored by
the Institute for American Studies, Rikkyo University
This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required
please contact: ramins@rikkyo.ac.jp
July. 28, 2011 / Yes We Can?: President Barack Obama and the White Racial Frame / Adia Harvey Wingfield
Date:
Thursday, July 28, 2011
Time:
6:20 - 7:50 p.m.
Place:
Room D402, Building 14, Ikebukuro Campus,
Rikkyo University
Lecturer:
Dr. Adia Harvey Wingfield
(Georgia State University)

Language:
English
Interpreter:
Cristiana Celli (Rikkyo University)
Sponsored by
College of Sociology, Rikkyo University
Co-Sponsored by
the Institute for American Studies, Rikkyo University
This event is free and open to the public

Description
Many analysts suggested that Barack Obama's successful campaign for the presidency indicated the end of racism in the United States. However, using events from this campaign as case study data, I explore its many striking racial dimensions. Building on Feagin's (2010) concept of the white racial frame, I identify various ways that racial markers, language, and stereotypes shaped key aspects of the 2008 presidential campaign. Rather than revealing the end of racism, I contend that competing political actors continued to use racial framing to shape this historic election.


Profile
◆Adia Harvey Wingfield(Georgia State University)

Adia Harvey Wingfield is an assistant professor of Sociology Department at Georgia State University. She is the author of Changing Times for Black Professionals. (Routledge, 2011) , Doing Business with Beauty: Black Women, Hair Salons, and the Racial Enclave Economy. (Rowman and Littlefield, 2008) and co-author (with Joe Feagin) of Yes We Can?: Whites Racial Framing and the 2008 Presidential Campaign. (Routledge, 2009). She received her Ph.D in sociology from Johns Hopkins University in 2004, and worked at Hollins University prior to joining the faculty at Georgia State University.

2010年度

Dec. 4, 2010 / Native American Sacred Sites Protection Policy and the Establishment Clause / Hisanori Fujita
Date:
Saturday, December 4, 2010

Time:
3:00-5:00 pm

Location:
Room A201, Building 11, Ikebukuro Campus,
Rikkyo University

Lecturer:
Hisanori Fujita
(Soka University)

Chair:
Juri Abe
(Rikkyo University)

Audiences:
Researchers, Postgraduate students

This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required
please contact: ramins@rikkyo.ac.jp
Nov. 11, 2010 /Nonprofit Sector and American Democracy / Yasushi Watanabe, Kaori Kuroda and Gen Watanabe
Date:
November 11, 2010 18:30-20:30

Place:
Room 8202, Ikebukuro Campus, Rikkyo University

Panelist:
Yasushi Watanabe (Keio University)
Kaori Kuroda (CSO Network Japan)
Gen Watanabe (Rikkyo University, The Toyota Foundation)
Coordinator:
Yukie Osa (Rikkyo University)

Language:
Japanese

Cooperation:
Graduate School of Social Design Studies, Rikkyo University

Audience:
General Public

Admission Free
July. 10, 2010 / Native Mind II / Takahiro Yokosuka, Mieko Fujioka, Naoyuki Kobayashi and Makiko Ui
Date:
July 10, 2010 17:00-20:00

Place:
Room 7102, Ikebukuro Campus, Rikkyo University

Lecturer:
Takahiro Yokosuka (NHK Enterprises)
"North American Indians"
Mieko Fujioka (Hosei University)
"Mayan People"
Naoyuki Kobayashi (Photographer)
"Tibetan and Kawa Karpo"
Makiko Ui (Photographer)
"Ainu and Kamuy"
Chairperson:
Makoto Ueda (Rikkyo University)

Audience:
General Public

Admission Free
June. 12, 2010 / From “Yellow Peril” to “Model Minority”: Japanese Americans and Racial Ideology in U.S. History / Scott Kurashige

Date:
June 12, 2010 (Sat) 15:00-16:30
Place:
Room D302, Building 14, Ikebukuro Campus,
Rikkyo University

Lecturer:
Dr. Scott Kurashige
(University of Michigan)

Chairperson:
Juri Abe(Rikkyo University)
Language:
English

Admission Free

Description
During the middle decades of the 20th century, the popular image of Japanese Americans transformed from one of a savage and enemy race marked for exclusion into a model of acceptance and assimilation. By referencing this dramatic shift in dominant discourse, this presentation will examine the relationship between racial ideology and constructions of citizenship and national identity in American history. It will conclude with some thoughts about how Japanese American history can inform an analysis of the immigration debates and “culture wars” currently raging within the U.S.

Profile
Dr. Scott Kurashige
◆Scott Kurashige(University of Michigan)

Scott Kurashige is an associate professor of American culture and history and the incoming director of the Asian/Pacific Islander American Studies Program at the University of Michigan. He is the author of The Shifting Grounds of Race: Black and Japanese Americans in the Making of Multiethnic Los Angeles (Princeton University Press, 2008) and co-author (with Grace Lee Boggs) of The Next American Revolution (University of California Press, forthcoming 2011). He received his M.A. in Asian American studies (1996) and Ph.D. (2000) in history from UCLA.

2009年度

Dec. 12, 2009 / Native Mind / Kohei Kitayama
Date:
December 12, 2009 3:00-4:30 p.m.

Place:
Room 5221, Ikebukuro Campus, Rikkyo University

Lecturer:
Kohei Kitayama
Chairperson:
Juri Abe
(Rikkyo University)

Audience:
General Public

Admission Free
Nov. 14, 2009 / The Current State and Issues of American Studies /Torao Tomita, Natsuki Aruga, Satoshi Nakano, Chieko Kitagawa Otsuru and Takayuki Tatsumi
Date:
November 14th, 2009 1:00-4:30 p.m.

Place:
Room D301, Building 14, Ikebukuro Campus, Rikkyo University

Lecturer:
Torao Tomita
(Rikkyo University)
Natsuki Aruga
(Saitama University)
Satoshi Nakano
(Hitotsubashi University)
Chieko Kitagawa Otsuru
(Kwansai University)
Takayuki Tatsumi
(Keio University)

Audience:
General Public
Admission Free
Oct. 3, 2009/ Symposium President Obama's Economic Policies / Kiyohiko Fukushima, Takeshi Igarashi and Chisato Haganuma
Date:

October 3rd, 2009 2:00-5:00 p.m.
Place:
Room D201, Building 14, Ikebukuro Campus, Rikkyo University

Lecturer:
Kiyohiko Fukushima
(Rikkyo University)
Takeshi Igarashi
(J. F. Oberlin University)
Chisato Haganuma
(Nomura Holdings)

Audience:
General Public

Admission Free
July 6, 2009 / World of Medical Mystery / Robin Cook
Date:
July 6, 2009 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Place:
Room D501, Ikebukuro Campus, Rikkyo University

Lecture:
Dr. Robin Cook
(Author)

Chairperson:
Dr. Juri Abe
(Rikkyo University、Director of the Institute for American Studies, Rikkyo University)

Co-host:
U.S. Embassy in Japan

Audience:
General Public

Admission Free
June 3, 2009 / Crossing the Indian Color Line: A Family Memoir / Philip J. Deloria
Date:
June 3, 2009 5:00-6:30 p.m.

Place:
Room D501, Ikebukuro Campus, Rikkyo University

Lecture:
Dr. Philip J. Deloria
(University of Michigan、President of the American Studies Association)

Chairperson:
Dr. Juri Abe
(Rikkyo University、Director of the Institute for American Studies, Rikkyo University)

Audience:
General Public

Admission Free
June 2, 2009 / From Sit-Ins To Fish-Ins: Broadening the American Civil Rights Movement to Include Native Americans / Glenn T. Eskew
Date:
June 2, 2009 6:30-8:00 p.m.

Place:
Room D402, Ikebukuro Campus, Rikkyo University

Lecture:
Dr. Glenn T. Eskew
(Georgia State University)

Chairperson:
Dr. John T. Dorsey
(Rikkyo University)

Audience:
Researchers, Postgraduate students

Admission Free

2008年度

Jan. 10, 2008 / Change of Foreign Policy in North and South America / Naoki Kamimura and Shigeo Osonoi
Date:
January 10, 2009 5:00-8:00 p.m.

Place:
Room 5121, Ikebukuro Campus, Rikkyo University

Lecture:
Naoki Kamimura(Hiroshima City University)
Shigeo Osonoi(Tsukuba University)

Chairman:
Midori Hayashi(Rikkyo University)

Audience:
General Public
Admission Free
Oct. 3, 2008 / The United States Presidential Election of 2008: Changing America / Toshihiro Nakayama, Yoichi Nishimura and Takuya Sasak
Date:October 3rd, 2008 5:00-7:30 p.m.
Place:
Room 8202, Ikebukuro Campus, Rikkyo University
Lecturer:
Toshihiro Nakayama(Tsudajuku University)
Yoichi Nishimura(Asahi Shimbun)
Takuya Sasaki(Rikkyo University)
Chairman:Jong Won Lee(Rikkyo University
Audience:
General Public

Admission Free
July 11, 2008 / Understanding War and American Society / G. Kurt Piehler
Date:
July 11th, 2008 4:30-7:00 p.m.
Place:
Tachikawa Hall, Ikebukuro Campus, Rikkyo University
Lecturer:
G. Kurt Piehler
(University of Tennessee、Director of the Center for the Study of War and Society)
Reference:
John Whitclay Chambers and G. Kurt Piehler (eds.) Major Problems in American Military History: Documents and Essays. (D C Heath & Co, 1998)
Audience:
Researchers, Postgraduate students
Language:
English
Appointment necessary(Institute for American Studies, Rikkyo University
Tel:
03-3985-2633  
Fax:
03-3985-0279  
E-mail:
ramins@rikkyo.ac.jp)
June 17, 2008 / America as a Pacific Nation / Gary Y. Okihiro, Stephen H. Sumida and Yujin Yaguchi
Date:June 17, 2008 6:30-9:00 p.m.
Place:Tachikawa Hall, Ikebukuro Campus, Rikkyo University
Lecturer:◆Gary Y. Okihiro (Columbia University)
“America's Pacific Destiny”

◆Stephen H. Sumida (University of Washington)
“Hawai'i, Okinawa, and the American Popular Imagination”

◆Yujin Yaguchi (Tokyo University)
“The Pacific as an Inland Sea”

Chairman:
John T. Dorsey (Rikkyo University)

Audience:General Public

Language:English

Admission Free

1986-2007

Jan. 12, 2007 / Development and Environment in North and South America / Noriko Ishiyama and Hiroaki Maruyama
Dec. 1, 2007 / Economical Development and Cultural Revitalization in Native North America / Kiyotaka Aoyagi, Henry Stewart, Kazuya Atsumi and Akihito Tachikawa
Nov. 8, 2007 / Imitating Native American Arts: Zuni and Hopi Artists' Recognitions of Current Situation in the Global Market / Tony Eriacho, Jr., Alvin Taylor, Gerald Lomaventema, Ruben Saufkie, Sr.Merle Namoki and Atsunori Ito
Jan. 13, 2007 / The World of North and South Native Americans / Juri Abe and Katsuyoshi Sanematsu
Nov. 23, 2006 /1. Native Reality and Ethos in American Indian History
2. American Indian Gaming: Myth and Reality / Donald L. Fixico
Nov. 22, 2006 / American Indian Leadership in History to the Present / Donald L. Fixico
June 17, 2006 / Native Americans and Media History / Curtis Marez
Jan. 7, 2006 / Missing Young Women (Senorita Extraviada) / Shuzo Saito, Hiroaki Idaka, Masako Inoue
Dec. 17, 2005 / Practical Approach to Visual Culture Srudies 3: The History of Photography / Yu Hidaka
Dec. 10, 2005 / Practical Approach to Visual Culture Srudies 2: The History of Art / Norihisa Kurenuma
Dec. 3, 2005 / Practical Approach to Visual Culture Srudies 1: The History of Film / Kenji Kobayashi
Nov. 26, 2005 / Introduction to Visual Culture Srudies: Conception and Theory of "Culture" / Eikoh Ikui
Jan. 22, 2005 / Rip Frontiers Up!!: Culture/Cultura That Unites North and South America
/ Fumiaki Noya, Yoshiaki Koshikawa, Jun Takemura and Kazuo Ichinose
Dec. 20, 2004 / Remake: Repeated American Films / Makoto Shinozaki
Dec. 11, 2004 / What on Earth Is the "Black" Sound?: Analyzing American Popular Music / Yoshiaki Sato
Dec. 2, 2004 / Disney's Empire: The Cultural Strategies of Theme Parks / Masako Notoji
Nov. 18 2004 / American Pop Culture from the Literary Viewpoint
Dec. 20, 2003 / American Photojournalism: Capa, Vietnam, and September 11th. / Bunyo Ishikawa, Eikoh Ikui and Takaaki Hattori
Nov. 16, 2002 / Minority and Invention of Culture / Hiroko Iwamoto, Noriko Shimada, Fumiaki Noya and Juri Abe
Dec. 13, 2001 / Modern Nation-States and Gender / Yumiko Ehara
Nov. 30, 2001 / The Challenge of Change / Nancy K. Baker / Minami Aoyama
Nov. 16, 2001 / Women in the U.S. House of Representatives / Katherine G. Aiken
Dec. 5, 2000 / Cultural Comparation of the Media Age: Japan-U.S. Triplet Song / Yoshiaki Sato
Nov. 17, 2000 / The Century of American Culture:American Mass Culture and Japan / Shunsuke Kamei
Oct. 26, 2000 /The Century of American Politics and Foreign Policies: A Democratic Great Power and the 20th-century World / Tadashi Aruga
Oct. 23, 2000 /The Century of American Economy:The Essence of American Economy and Japan's Choice / Jitsuro Terashima
June 7, 2000 / Interdisciplinary Study on the Popular Music / Toru Mitsui
Feb. 2, 1999 / Politics of the Picture Bride / Yujin Yaguchi
Jan. 29, 1999 / Anti-Japan Propaganda on the Night before the Outbreak of War between Japan and the United States: Hollywood and Tachibana Case / Yuji Ichioka
Jan. 21, 1999 / Hitchcock as an "American" Analyst: Decentering Multiculturalism and the Problem of "Americanness" / Ayako Saito
Dec. 6, 1999 / Democracy: A Shared Value / Thomas S. Foley (U.S. Ambassador to Japan)
Nov. 29, 1999 / American Studies in Japan: Its History and Perspective / Makoto Saito
Dec. 19, 1998 / How Culture Transgresses the Borders: Race, Ethnicity, and Nationality /Suok-Buom Kim, Takayuki Tatsumi and Tetsuya Motohashi
Dec. 11, 1998 / Visual Representation in the Age of Multiculturalism: Asians in Hollywood Cinema / Yumiko Murakami
Aug. 3-4, 1998 / African Americans, Film, and Documentary / Juiti Mizuta
Nov. 25, 1997 / American Modern Photographs: From 1960s to Nowadays / Eikoh Ikui
Nov. 21, 1997 / American Theatre: Moving ahead into the Twenty-first Century / Misako Koike
Nov. 12, 1997 / Construction and History of American Film / Mikiro Kato
May 19, 1997 / Showing and Commentary on Amistad / Kenji Kobayashi
1996 / Lights and Shadows of America: Multiculturalism / Konomi Ara, Michio Ochi and Tatsuro Nomura
1995 / Japan-U.S. Relationship from the Perspective of International Finance and Economy / Seiichiro Saoto and Kazuo Konishi
1995 / Multiculturalism in the United States / Ronald T. Takaki
1995 / Composition of relationships between Japan and United States, United States and China / Akio Takahara, Kouichiro Matsuda and Takuya Sasaki
1994 / Transfiguration of American Society / Nagayo Honma
1994 / Contemporary Japan-U.S. Relationship / Nobuo Matsunaga
1994 / Japan-U.S. Economic Frictions / Glen Fukushima
1994 / Japan-U.S. Relationship in the World / Yoichiro Ichioka
1993 / History of Native Americans /Torao Tomita
1993 / People Who Greeted Columbus: America from the Perspective of Literature / Stewart Henry
1993 / Native American Storytelling / Hisao Kanaseki
1992 / Over the First Generation Japanese American / Yuji Ichioka
1990 / 1960s America and My Historical Study / Howard Zinn
1987 / Possibilities and Limits of Japanese and American Culture / Ivan P. Hall
1986 / History of Japanese Immigrants to Hawaii / Ronald T. Takaki