(Last updated : 2016-12-07 15:50:17)
  KIBE, Takashi
   Professor
   Division of Arts and Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
■ Academic Background
1.
Degree Acquisition
University of Tübingen, Dr. rer. soc. (Political Science)
■ Professional Background
1. 2011/10~2014/03 Director, Peace Research Institute
2. 2010/04~2014/03 Associate Dean of Students, International Christian University
■ Present Specialized Fields
Politics (Key Word:egalitarianism,multiculturalism,history of early modern political thought,Theory of social justice,philosophy of social science) 
■ Books and Articles
1. Book Political Theory of Equality: Towards Decent Equality (Single) 2015/03
2. Other Frieden und Erziehung in Martin Luthers Drei-Stände-Lehre: ein Beitrag zur Klärung des
Zusammenhangs zwischen Integration und Sozialisation im politischen Denken des
frühneuzeitlichen Deutschlands (Single) 1996/01
3. Other Luther's Political Thought (Japanese) (Single) 2000/01
4. Book “The ‘Multicultural Coexistence’ Discourse in Crisis? Public Discourse on Immigrant Integration in the
Gap Society,” in David Chiavacci and Carola Hommerich (eds.), Social Inequality in Post-Growth
Japan: Transformation during Economic and Demographic Stagnation (London: Routledge, 2016), pp. 250-265. (Collaboration) 2016/07
5. Article “Religious Citizens as Political Subjects: Habermas on Postsecular Society" (Single) 2014/02
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■ Academic Conference Presentation
1. 2016/11/20 “The Irony of Secularist Nation-Building in Japanese Modernity: Inoue Kowashi and Fukuzawa Yukichi” (Routledge Series of Political Theories in East Asian Context International Symposium 2016: Religion and Nationalism in Asia)
2. 2016/10/02 “Political Equality and a Gap Society”
3. 2016/06/26 “The Irony of Secularist Nation-Building in Japanese Modernity: Inoue Kowashi and Fukuzawa Yukichi” (the ISA Asia-Pacific Conference)
4. 2015/12/05 "On 'Political Theory of Equality'"
5. 2015/07/07 “Hate Speech and Xenophobia in Contemporary Japan: Reflections on the Radical Right Group Zaitokukai”
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■ Lectures
1. 2015/07 “Hate Speech and Xenophobia in Contemporary Japan: Reflections on the Radical Right Group Zaitokukai” (Hamburg)
2. 2015/06 “Die ‘Hate Speech’ in Japan und ihre sozio-politischen Kontexte” (Japanese German Center Berlin)
3. 2015/05 “Hate Speech, Discursive Opportunity Structure, and Japanese Politics” (Zurich)
4. 1999/09 “Actual Tasks of Political Science: Globalization and the Transformation of the Nation-State”
■ Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research Researcher Number
10310327