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UMEKAWA Yoshiko

Profile

Title Senior Assistant Professor
Belong to College of Humanities
Global Education Center, Liberal Arts Education Program (Humanities and Social Literacy)
Global Education Center, Career Education Program
Graduated Graduate School of Law, Nagoya University, Japan
Degree Ph.D. Law (Nagoya University)
Academic Institutional Membership JAPANESE POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION
THE JAPANESE CONFERENCE FOR THE STUDY OF POLI TICAL THOUGHT
THE SOCIETY FOR THE HISTORY OF SOCIAL THOUGHTS
JAPANESE ASSOCIATION FOR CANADIAN STUDIES
Association japonaise des études québécoises
Field of Study Law, Politics
Research, Studies Western political thought, Political philosophy of Charles Taylor

Books Published, Translation

Ruth Abbey, Charles Taylor, Acumen, 2000, translated into Japanese by Yoshiko UMEKAWA, 2019

Academic Papers, Critique

“Charles Taylor and Canadian Society”, The Japanese Association for Canadian Studies Newsletter(112), pp.4-6, 2019

“Review: Metahistory (The Historical Imagination in Nineteenth-Century Europe) by Hayden White”, ANNALS OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE HISTORY OF SOCIAL THOUGHT(42), pp.173-177, 2018

“The real Voices of British Citizens on the Referendum 2016”, Journal of the Faculty of General Education Chubu University(4), pp.107-122, Mar 2018

“Charles Taylor on Democracy”, New Ideas for peace & Cooperation in East Asia, Japan-Korea International Academic Conference, pp.5-9, Jun 2017

“Recognition in Multicultural Society”, Supranational Organization?, Nanzan University Institute for Social Ethics, p.245, Mar 2017

“Charles Taylor on Behaviour and Action: The Explanation of Behaviour in 1964”, The Nagoya Journal of Law and Politics(269), pp.159-177, Jan 2017

“Charles Taylor’s theory of political participation and government investment fund: Canadian politics and NDP (1961-1971)”, The Nagoya Journal of Law and Politics(264), pp.85-115, Dec 2015.

“Charles Taylor as a New Left, 1956 - 1960 (2)”, The Nagoya Journal of Law and Politics(262), pp.177-210, Jun 2015

“Charles Taylor as a New Left, 1956 - 1960 (1)”, The Nagoya Journal of Law and Politics(261), pp.47-73, Mar 2015

“Charles Taylor and Hungarian Incident, 1956 - 1957 (2)”, The Nagoya Journal of Law and Politics(259), pp.113-132, Dec 2014

“Charles Taylor and Hungarian Incident, 1956 -1957 (1)”, The Nagoya Journal of Law and Politics(257), pp.109-136, Sep 2014

Lectures, Symposium, Presentation

“Taylor and Communitarianism”, Workshop on the Philosophy of Charles Taylor, 8 December 2018

“Charles Taylor and Plurality of Goods”, Workshop on gender and feminism, 4 December 2018

“Charles Taylor and His Thought on Behaviour”, Workshop on the Philosophy of Charles Taylor, 15 December 2018

“Charles Taylor on Canada and Quebec in 1970: Taylor, The Pattern of Politics, Toronto, 1970”, Association japonaise des études québécoises, 13 October 2018

“Ruth Abbey on Charles Taylor: Ruth Abbey, Charles Taylor, Princeton University Press, 2001”, Japanese Association for Canadian studies, 22 September 2018

“Charles Taylor and Secularism”, Chubu Institute for Advanced Studies, Chubu University, 15 February 2018

“Young Taylor’s Political Philosophy”, 2th Meeting of Chubu Canadian Studies Group, 5 Aug 2017

“Charles Taylor and Democracy”, The World Congress for Korean Politics and Society, Yonsei University, Korea, 24 Jun 2017

“Charles Taylor and Democracy in Canada”, Nagoya University, 10 Mar 2017

“Actual Voice of British Citizens on Brexit”, The Meeting of Chubu German History Group, 10 Oct 2016

“Democracy and Federalism in Canada― P・Trudeau and C・Taylor”, The 41st Annual Conference of the Japanese Association for Canadian Studies, 10 Sep 2016

“Sources of the Self and Young Taylor”, The 18th Meeting of Tokai Political Thought Group, 26 Mar 2015

“Mutual recognition in a multicultural society”, Nanzan University Institute for Social Ethics, 10 Jan 2015

“Charles Taylor and His Idea of Larger Life”, The 39th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Conference for the Study of History of Social Thought, 25 Oct 2014

“The Beginning of Charles Taylor’s Political Philosophy”, Liberalism Workshop, 22 Jun 2014

“Charles Taylor’s Political Philosophy, 1956 -1970 ― Politics of Subjectivity”, The 21st Annual Meeting of the Japanese Conference for the Study of Political Thought, 25 May 2014

Field Work, Creative Works

“Coventry and Hiroshima”, ANTENNA(145), p.11, 2019

Awards

Sep 2016 Excellent Paper Award, The Japanese Association for Canadian Studies

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