(Last updated : 2019-11-26 10:08:04)
  ESKILDSEN, Robert

   Professor

   Division of Arts and Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
■ Academic Background
1. 1989/09~1998/04 〔Doctoral course〕, Modern Japanese History, Stanford University, Completed, Ph.D., Modern Japanese History
2. 1986/09~1989/03 〔Master degree program〕, Japanese History, International Christian University, Completed, M.A.
■ #Professional Background
1. 2008/09~2014/03 Associate Professor, College of Arts and Sciences, J. F. Oberlin University
2. 1998/07~2006/06 Assistant Professor, History Department, Smith College
3. 1996/07~1998/06 Lecturer, History Department, Smith College
4. 1995/04~1996/03 Lecturer, History Department, Stanford University
■ #Main Course Titles
History of Japan (Modern), History of Contemporary Japan, Colloquium in Modern Japanese History, Introductory Readings in Modern Japanese History
■ #Books and Articles
1. Book Transforming Empire in Japan and East Asia: The Taiwan Expedition and the Birth of Japanese Imperialism   (Single) 2019/01
2. Book Foreign Adventurers and the Aborigines of Southern Taiwan, 1867-1874: Western Sources Related to Japan’s 1874 Expedition to Taiwan    2005
3. Article Review of Paul Barclay, Outcasts of Empire: Japan’s Rule on Taiwan’s “Savage Border,” 1874–1945. Monumenta Nipponica 73(2),pp.270-274 (Single) 2018/09
4. Article Ajia no naka no Amerikajin: Chāruzu Rijendoru to Meiji shoki no gaikō [An American in Asia: Charles LeGendre and early Meiji diplomacy] Kōza Meiji ishin: Meiji ishin to gaikō, vol. 6 pp.77-117 (Single) 2017
5. Article Imperialism and Religion: Thoughts on the Symposium 'Japanese Universities and Christianity' Asian Cultural Studies Special Issue 21 pp.1-9 (Single) 2016
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■ #Academic Conference Presentation
1. 2018/03/25 Confounding the discourses of race: mixed-race children and the Cold War in Japan (Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting)
2. 2018/02/24 The Rice Riots Scroll: Its Structure and Significance (Nagoya at a Modern Crossroads: Exploring the city and culture of Nagoya through the Kome sōdō emaki)
3. 2017/03/18 Japan’s Recursive Engagement with Western Imperialism (Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting)
■ #Lectures
1. 2019/11/23 Japanese views of the indigenous people of Taiwan, 1873-1874 (Pingtung City, Taiwan)
2. 2019/04/30 Why did the Japanese invade southern Taiwan in 1874? (National Taiwan University, Taipei) Link
3. 2019/02/27 The Taiwan Expedition: new perspectives on Japanese imperialism and the Meiji Restoration (Stanford)
4. 2019/01/17 The Taiwan Expedition: new perspectives on Japanese imperialism and the Meiji Restoration (Sophia University, Tokyo)
5. 2018/06/17 Representing the City of Nagoya: The Rice Riots Scroll and Its Era (Nagoya)
■ #Academic Society Memberships
1. 2013/06~ Asian Studies Conference Japan
2. 2010/06~ Meiji Ishinshi Gakkai
3. 1990/12~ Association for Asian Studies
■ #Committees and Societies
1. 2013/06/30~ Asian Studies Conference Japan, Executive Committee
■ #Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research Researcher Number
10532608