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  NASU, Kei


   Division of Arts and Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
■ Academic Background
1. 1994/10~2000/12 〔Doctoral course〕 History, Graduate School, Department of History, University of York, Completed, D.Phil. in History
2. 1990/04~1994/03 Division of Social Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University, Graduated, B. A.
■ #Present Specialized Fields
European History (Key Word:Early Modern English History,History of Christianity,Cultural History) 
■ #Books and Articles
1. Book The English Revolution and the Transformation of Religion: a Political and Cultural History of the Heresy Controversy   (Single) 2019/03
2. Book Naotaka, Kimizuka (ed.), Introduction to Modern British History, Minerva Shobo   (Collaboration) 2018/05
3. Book (Co-translation) Hayden White, The Practical Past, Tadao Uemura (ed.), Iwanami Books   (Collaboration) 2017/10
4. Book T. Ito and H. Goto (eds.), Pain and Emotions in British History, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies Press   (Collaboration) 2017/03
5. Book (Co-translation) Jenny Wormald (ed.), Short Oxford History of the British Isles -- The Seventeenth Century.   (Collaboration) 2015/04
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■ #Academic Conference Presentation
1. 2018/10/28 "Popular Singing (and Dancing) in Church During the English Revolution: Recovering Agency?" (International lecture series, 'Peoples and Revolutions: Rethinking Seventeenth-Century British History')
2. 2018/03/03 "The organ's funeral: the destruction of organs during the Puritan Revolution" (Japan Organ Society Lecture Series "The Reformation and the Organ")
3. 2015/06/20 "Discord in the Air: Music and the Church of England in the Early Seventeenth Century" (International symposium, ‘The Spread of the Reformation and its Trans-National Impact: Toward the Quincentennial of the Reformation Research”)
4. 2014/12/06 "John Milton, the Civil War, and the Organ" (Japan Milton Society symposium, 'Milton and Representations')
5. 2014/10/25 "Passion and Righteousness: Body, Religion and Politics in Seventeenth Century" (British History Convention symposium, 'Cultural History of Pain')
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■ #Academic Society Memberships
1. 2008/04~ The Historical Society of Japan
2. 2005/04~ Japan Society for the Study of Western History
3. 2005/04~ The Historical Science Society of Japan