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Associate Professor,University of Tokyo(Department of Religious Studies, Faculty of Letters, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology) 东京大学宗教学系副教授
B.A/M.A., Religious Studies, University of Tokyo. 1986 本科/硕士 东京大学宗教研究系
Ph.D., History of Religions, the Divinity School, University of Chicago 2001芝加哥大学宗教史博士
Fields of specialization: Theories of Religious Studies and Comparative Cultures, Religion and Education, North American Religions.
Editor of Journal of Religious Studies of the Japanese Association for Religious Studies (2002-2007).
International advisor of British Journal of Religious Education (2006-)
International editor of Teaching Theology and Religion (2006-)
Board of directors member of the Japanese Association for Religious Studies (2010-)
The Sacred and Modernity，Taisho University Press，2005
“Japan” in Religious Studies: A Global View, ed. by Gregory D. Alles Routledge, 2008
Peace Education and Religious Plurality: International Perspectives, ed. by R. Jackson and S.Fujiwara Routledge 2008
Problems of Teaching about Religion in Japan: Another Textbook Controversy against Peace? British Journal of Religious Education 29(1) 45-61 2007
On Qualifying Religious Literacy: Recent Debates on Higher Education and Religious Studies in Japanteth_615 22 2010
Professor,Dean, Faculty of Arts
Ph.D. University of Toronto
M.A. University of Toronto
B.A. Hon. University of Calgary
I am an historian of science, interested in the history of geography and mathematics in early modern England and Europe. My first book examined the teaching of geography at Oxford and Cambridge in this period, demonstrating that geographical study was an important locale for the interaction of scholarly and craft traditions of knowledge. Since then, I have been interested in that interchange, sometimes called the ’scholar-craftsman debate’. I am editing a book which looks at the role of mathematical practitioners in the ’scientific revolution’. I am also working on a book examining the first English terrestrial and celestial globes, the Molyneux Globes, which were built in 1592. These globes allow us to see the interaction between different communities and publics who thought about globes and used them in different social, economic and ideological circumstances.个人自我介绍
Early Modern England (16th, 17th Century)
History of science, esp geography, physics, mathematics, also biology
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Associate Professor, Head of Study,Department of History Study of Religions,University of Southern Denmark
Born 1950; 1981 Magister Artium, History of Religions, University of Copenhagen (1981) with a dissertation on the concept of ‘hybris’ in the Homeric epics; 1981-95 Senior teacher in Religion and Ancient Greek Civilisation at Christianshavns Gymnasium, Copenhagen; 1986-88 Assistant Lecturer, the Department of the History of Religions, University of Copenhagen; 1995-98 Assistant Professor at the Department for the Study of Religions, University of Southern Denmark; 1998- Associate Professor, Institute of Philosophy, Education, and the Study of Religions, University of Southern Denmark. 1980–1990 Chair of Religionshistorisk Forening, University of Copenhagen, and co-founder and member of editorial board of CHAOS, Danish- Norwegian Periodical for Studies in the History of Religions. 1991-93 Chair of Association for Teachers in Religious Education in the Gymnasium. 1997-2005 President of DAHR, the Danish Association for the History of Religions (now DASR). 2000-2005 Chair of NORREL, the Nordic Committee for the History of Religions. 2000-2004 General Secretary of EASR, the European Association for the Study of Religions. 2002-2004 Chair at the Intitute of Philosophy and the Study of Religions, and 1999- 2007 Head of the Department of the Study of Religions. Former and current member of editorial and advisory boards of CHAOS, Religionsvidenskabelig Skriftserie, Temenos, British Journal of Religious Education, Anaquel de estudios árabes, Teaching Theology and Religion, and Religion & Education.
research, teaching and lecturing in issues of methodology;
religion, the study of religions, and the scholar of religion in the public sphere;
the study of religion and religion education; religion, the study of religion and applied ethics.
Luiz Oosterbeek is a member of the International Council for Philosophy and Human Sciences, Secretary General of the International Union of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences. He is also the Vice President of HERITY International (IT). His main research is in archaeology, heritage, and landscape management in Portugal, Africa, and Southern America. Luiz is a Professor at the Polytechnic Institute of Tomar. President of Instituto Terra e Memória (PT). Guest Professor in several European and Brazilian Universities. He has received prizes and awards from the European Commission, the Brazilian Order of Advocates, the Portuguese Ministry of Culture, Gulbenkian Foundation, Foundation for Science and Technology and several private sponsors. He is also the author of over 220 papers and 40 books.