Curriculum Vitae for Hideo Nakazawa
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- Professor of Political Sociology
Faculty of Law, Chuo University, JAPAN
- office: 742-1 Higashi-nakano, Hachioji, Tokyo 192-0393 JAPAN
Tel: +81 42 674 3149
- e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mar 1994 Graduated Faculty of Letters (Sociology), University of Tokyo
- Apr 1994 Entered Graduate school of Humanities and Sociology, University of Tokyo
- Mar 2001 Obtained Ph.D degree (Sociology) from University of Tokyo
- Apr 2000 Lecturer at Sapporo Gakuin University, Japan
- Oct 2003 Associate Professor at Chiba University, Japan
- Sep 2006 to Aug 2007 Visiting Research Fellow at SSPSSR, University of Kent, UK
- Apr 2009 Professor at Chuo University, Tokyo
- Quantitative and qualitative analysis of grass-roots social movements in Japan from 1960s to present
- Urban and regional movements for sustainable development in Japan
- Analysis of Greater Tokyo which seems to approaching to the "Dual City"
- Theories, practices, and comparison for regeneration of former coalfields
- Post-tunami local regeneration practices at Sanriku coastal cities after the 3.11
Papers in English
- September 2019, Hideo Nakazawa, "Miners’Diaspora and Politicized 'Heritage': After Forgotten Coal in Japan",The Chuo Law Review,126(5・6): 1-24.
- August 2017,Hideo Nakazawa, "Suburban/Hinterland Aging in Japan and Types of Policy/Civic Reactions: Area Management, Relocation, or Contraction?", Korean Regional Sociology, 18(2): 293-317.
- National Development Policy and Regional-Community Studies in a Postwar Japanese Context, H.Nakazawa, JARCS(Japanese Association of Regional and Community Studies) An online article on the JARCS official website.
- Tokyo’s "Urban Regeneration" as the Promoter of Spatial Differentiation: Growth Coalition, Opposing Movement and Demographic Change, H.Nakazawa, The Chuo Law Review,121(3・4): 1-31 (2014)
- Aged Newtown Problems on Greater Tokyo Outskirts: Several Strategies against the Compressed Cycle of Urban Decline, H.NAKAZAWA,
The Chuo Law Review,120(3・4): 1-29 (2013)
- Japan's Coalfields in Context: Undermining the Miracle, Challenging the Obliteration, H.NAKAZAWA,
The Chuo Law Review,119(1・2): 1-25 (2012)
- Between the Global Environmental Regime and Local Sustainability: A local review of inclusion, failure and reinventing process of environmental governance,
International Journal of Japanese Sociology, 15: 52-69. (2006）
Web Articles in English
- "Reconstruction Stuck at the Recovery Level", a Yomiuri Online article, 22 July 2013.
- "What the Sanriku disaster area needs now: Challenges made by students as outsiders", a Yomiuri Online article, 25 Feb 2013 (Co-written with M.Tanishita, K.Sakisaka, Y.Komuro, G.Murai).
- "Legal issues in disaster reconstruction seen from cases on the Sanriku Coast", a Yomiuri Online article, 11 and 18 Oct 2012.
- Disaster Area Volunteers from Chuo University: Winter Volunteer Report: Surpassing introductory theory to realize continuing activities a Yomiuri Online article, 9 Feb 2012 (Co-written with H.Suzuki, Y.Tsuru, Y.Komuro, Y.Miyamaru).
Presentations in English
- 11th July 2019, Hideo Nakazawa, "The Unmaking of Japanese Working Class: Compressed Rise and Decline of Miners' Union, 1902-2004", paper presented at a workshop "New Directions in Coal Mining History and Heritage in the UK and Japan: ESRC/AHRC SSH International Networking Grant", Sheffield University, UK.
- 18th May 2018, Hideo Nakazawa, "Between Cultural Politics and Collective Memory in the Attempt for Coalfield Regeneration Discussions on East Asian Context" paper presented at Korean Association for Cultural Economics , Seoul. (Invited Plenary Speech)
- 23rd Feb 2018, Hideo Nakazawa, "Miners’ Diaspora and Politicized 'Heritage': After Forgotten Coal in Japan", paper presented at "Symposium on Post-industrial Culture and Society in Wales, Appalachia and Japan",Organised by the Raymond Williams Society of Japan, Japan Women's University, Tokyo. (Invited Speech)
- 8th December 2016, Hideo Nakazawa, "Suburban/Hinterland Aging in Japan and Types of Policy/Civic Reactions: Area Management, Relocation, or Contraction?", paper presented at an international workshop titled as: 'Global Social Challenges and the Educational Missions of Social Economy: Sharing Experiences among Countries', Hallym Unviersity, Chuncheon, Korea(invited speech).
- 10th May 2014, Hideo Nakazawa, "Betrayed Revitalization on Sanriku Coast after Three Years", a plenary speech at Japanese Association of Language Teachers (JALT) PanSIG conference 2014, Miyazaki Municipal University (invited plenary speech).
- 3rd May 2013, Hideo Nakazawa, "Former Coalfield Regeneration: Japan's Case and Some Thoughts towards East Asian Comparison", Korean Association of Regional Sociology Annual Congress, Hallym University, Chuncheon, Korea. (Invited plenary speech)
- 9th July 2011, Hideo Nakazawa, "Aged Newtown Problems on Greater Tokyo Outskirts: How Can Policymakers and Movements Cope with Compressed Cycle of Urban Growth and Decline", ISA RC-21 annual conference"The Struggle to Belong", 7-9th April, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.
- 16th April 2011, Hideo Nakazawa, "Japan's Coalfields in Context: Undermining the Miracle, Challenging the obliteration", paper presented in the Symposium "Heritages of Mines and Mining", 13-16th April, University of Innsbruck, Austlia.
- 9th March 2011, Hideo Nakazawa, "Japan's Coalfields in Comparative Context: Geography, History and Regeneration", paper presented in the Symposium "Comparing Coalfields between Britain and Japan", 9-10th Mar, University of Wales Gregynog Hall, UK.
- September 2009, Hideo Nakazawa, "Japan's Coalfields in Context: The decline of coal industry, labour movements and mining municipalities in Japan", paper presented in the Symposium "Regenerating the Coalfields", 10-11th Sep, Swansea University, UK.
- September 2007, Hideo Nakazawa, Tokyo's "Urban Regeneration" as the Final Phase of Spatial Transformation, ISA-RC21 Annual Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
- April 2007 Hideo Nakazawa "The inner city urban regeneration in Tokyo compared to London: growth coalition, gentrification and potential impact to inequality?" British Sociological Association Annual Conference (University of East London, London)
- July 2002 Nakazawa, H., N. Mikami, K. Ohori, A. Terada, Is Local Environmental Governance Possible: The case of Kamakura city, 51st International Sociological Association World Congress of Sociology, Brisbane, Australia．
Recent Books and Book Chapers (in Japanese, excerpted)
- Coalmining and the Japanese Miracle, co-edited with Naoko Shimazaki, Seikyusha. (2018)
- "Center and Periphery" in E. Oguma (ed.) History of Heisei, Kawade Shobo Shinsha Publishing. (2013)
- Environment and Socety, co-written with R.Seki, Y.Maruyama and M.Tanaka. Yuhikaku Publishing. (2009)
- Social Movements for Referendum against Regime Politics: Radical Democracy in Maki town, 1994-2004.
Harvest-sha Publishing, Tokyo. 334p. (2005)
Received Overseas Post-doc Students
- 2008-2009 Olivier Ejderyan (From Zurich University, Switzerland) at Chiba Unviersity. Olivier is now a Senior Researcher at ETH Zurich, Switzerland.
Other Academic Contributions
Membership of External Bodies
- Japan Association for Regional and Community Studies (JARCS): Board Member 2002-2006/2008-2012/2014-2018. Chair of Research Committee 2010-2012, Editor in chief 2014-2016.
- Japan Sociological Society (JSS): Research Committee Member 2013-2016. Editorial Committee Member of IJJS(International Journal of Japanese Socilogy) 2019-2021.
- Japan Association of Urban Sociology (JAUS): Editorial Committee Member 2006-2008.
- Japanese Association of Environmental Sociology (JAES): Research Committee Member 2004-2006.
- Japan Association of Urban Sociology 1st young scholars award: 15 Sep 2006
- Tokyo Institute of Municipal Research 32nd Fujita award: 19 Sep 2006
- Japan Sociological Soceity 5th award: 28 Oct 2006
Most of my work has been written in Japanese. To see my full work list, see Japanese Page.
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3 Sep 2019