DORNETTI FILIPPO

Qualifica Assegnista
Telefono 041 234 9472
E-mail filippo.dornetti@unive.it
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Struttura Dipartimento di Studi Linguistici e Culturali Comparati
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Education, Training Courses

Ph.D. Keio University, Graduate School of Economics July 2015


M.S. Keio University, Graduate School of Economics March 2009

Thesis: “The Concordia Association of Manchukuo in Fushun County (1932-1934)”, (original title in Japanese: “Hotensho Bujunken ni okeru Manshūkoku Kyōwakai”)

Advisor: Prof. Asobu Yanagisawa


B.S. Ca' Foscari University of Venice, February 2004

Department of Foreign Languages, School of East Asian Languages and Cultures

Graduated Summa Cum Laude

Minored in Japanese history


One-Year Exchange Program at Waseda University Sept.2001-Sept. 2002



Ph.D. Dissertation

“The Concordia Association of Manchukuo and the Peasant Society in the northeast China: Land, Clientelism, and Development”, (original title in Japanese: “Manshūkoku Kyōwakai ni yoru chiikishihai to nōmin shakai: tochi mondai, onko kankei, kaikon katei no hendō”).

Committee: Prof. Asobu Yanagisawa (chair), Prof. Yoshiki Enatsu, Prof. Hisashi Yano.


Research Experience

Bonn University, Institute of Oriental and Asian Studies, Germany Oct. 2016

Participation to the workshop on Manchuria and East Asian history.


Osaka University of Economics and Law, Center for Pacific Studies April 2016

Visiting Researcher. Participation to the project: Japanese translation of Michele Zanetti, Francesco Parmegiani, Basaglia – una biografia, Lint Editoriale.


PEOPLE - MARIE CURIE ACTIONS

Reintegration Panel (RI) Call: H2020-MSCA-IF-2015.

Evaluation:

Excellence (Threshold: 0/5.00; Weighting 50%):  3.40

Impact (Threshold: 0/5.00; Weighting 30%):  4.40

Implementation (Threshold: 0/5.00; Weighting 20%):  3.50

Total score (Threshold: 70.00/100.00, Weight: 1.00):  74.40


Keio University, Tokyo Sept. 2015 to March 2016

Participation to the Research Group “Toward a Local History of Japanese Colonialism”


Institute for Economic Studies, Keio University, Tokyo Sept. 2014 to March 2015

Research Assistant, in Research Project “Quest for Ecological and Sustainable Economies in Eurasia: Historical Paths and Future Strategies”

  • Paper presented: “Local water management in modern northeast China (1913-1943) – the case of Fushun County” (Original title in Japanese: Kindai Chūgoku Tōhokubu ni okeru chihō suiri keiei (1913nen kara 1943nen ni kakete) – Bujunken wo jirei ni)


Italian Institute of Culture, Tokyo Sept 2014

Organizer and speaker, in workshop Experiments in Microhistory: Small-scale Analysis and East Asian Studies, MANABU WORKSHOPS,

  • Paper presented: Introductory note, “Parachutists and Truffle Hunters: Two Different Approaches to East Asian Studies”; “Natural Resource Management and Rural Collectivity in Modern Japan and Colonial China: the Case of Water Control Management along the Tone river and the Hún river”.


Work Experience

Keio University, Correspondence Courses, Tokyo Sept 2016 to Oct 2016

  • “Japanese Economic History”, Developed original materials for the course


Keio Language Center “Keio Gaigo”, Tokyo Apr 2016 to Oct 2016

Italian instructor


Kanagawa University, Yokohama Sept 2015 to April 2016

Italian instructor


Language school “Berlitz Japan”, Tokyo Feb 2012 to Oct 2016

Italian instructor


Italian school “Lingua Viva”, Tokyo May 2006 to Oct 2016

Italian instructor

  • Taught courses, seminars and lectures on Italian language and culture, covering the following topics: modern and contemporary Italian history and literature.

  • Developed original materials for the courses


Keio University, Tokyo Sept 2009 to Aug 2012

Adjunct researcher, Department of Economics

  • Administrative and teaching assistance


Scholarships

Jasso Scholarship 2011 to 2014

(Monbukagakusho Honors Scholarship for Privately-Financed International Students)


Mitsubishi Corporation International Student Scholarship 2009 to 2011


Rotary Yoneyama Memorial Foundation Scholarship 2008 to 2009


Professional Affiliations

AISTUGIA (Italian Association on Japanese Studies), 2009-Present


EAJS (European Association for Japanese Studies), 2013-Present


Japanese Colonialism Studies Society (Nihon shokuminchi kenkyūkai), 2009-Present


Political Economy & Economic History Society (Seijikeizaigaku keizaishi gakkai), 2013-Present


Socio-Economic History Society (Shakai keizaishi gakkai), 2012-Present


Languages

Italian: Native Language


English: Advanced Listener, Speaker, Advanced Reading and Writing


Japanese: Advanced Listener, Speaker, Advanced Reading and Writing


Chinese: Novice Listener, Speaker, Novice Reading and Writing


Presentations

“Family Division, Land Dispersion, and Change in Agricultural Administration in Modern northeast China” (original title in Japanese: “Kindai Chūgoku Tōhokubu ni okeru bunke seido, tochi shūsan to nōka keiei no henyō”), Shakaikeizaishi gakkai (Socio-Economic History Society), Hokkaido University (Sapporo), 6/11/2016.


“A comparative analysis of Kyōwakai local cadres” (original title in Japanese: “Kyōwakai bunkai no hikaku bunseki”), Manshū to kioku kenkyūkai (Manchuria and Memory), Hitotsubashi University (Tokyo), 6/13/2015.


Parachutists and Truffle Hunters: Two Different Approaches to East Asian Studies”; Workshop: Experiments of Microhistory: Microanalysis and Historical-Religious Studies on East Asia, Italia Bunka Kaikan, 9/27/2014.


Natural Resource Management and Rural Collectivity in Modern Japan and Colonial China: the Case of Water Control Management along the Tone River and the Hún River”. Workshop: Experiments of Microhistory: Microanalysis and Historical-Religious Studies on East Asia, Italia Bunka Kaikan, 9/27/2014.


“Water management in 'Manchukuo'” (Manshūkoku to suiri mondai – Bujunken wo chūshin ni), Political Economy & Economic History Society, Shimonoseki University (Shimonoseki, Japan), 10/19/2013.


Land conflicts, Arbitration and Colonial Power in Manchukuo: the Manchukuo Concordia Association in Fŭshùn County”, European Association for Japanese Studies, 1st EAJS Japan Conference, Kyoto University, 9/29/2013.


Aspetti socio-economici dell'attività dell' Associazione della Concordia nel Manchukuo (manshūkoku kyōwakai): il caso della Contea di Fushun.”, Convegno AISTUGIA, Università di Napoli, 9/2010.


Manshūkoku kyōwakai movement in Bagun Village, Fushun County” (original title in Japanese: “Bujunken Bagunson ni okeru Manshūkoku kyōwakai”), Japanese Colonialism Studies Society, Rikkyo University (Tokyo), 7/5/2009.


Lectures and Seminars

Federico II e l'Italia nel medioevo”, course (4 hours), 2016, “Scuola di italiano Lingua Viva” (Lingua Viva Educational Group), Tokyo.


Semai: mercanti della seta italiani nel Giappone Meiji”, lecture (2 hours), 2016, “Lingua Viva”.


25 aprile: storia della liberazione italiana dal nazifascismo , lecture (2 hours), 2015, “Lingua Viva”.


La grande guerra: la prima guerra mondiale in Italia”, lecture (2 hours), 2014, “Lingua Viva”.


La Costituzione italiana: profilo storico”, lecture (2 hours), 2014, “Lingua Viva”.


Personaggi: Gianni Agnelli”, “Personaggi: Tina Merlin”, lecture (4 hours), 2013, “Lingua Viva”.


Le quattro giornate di Napoli: storia della liberazione nella città partenopea”, lecture (2 hours), 2013, “Lingua Viva”.


Garibaldi, l'eroe dei due mondi”, lecture (2 hours), 2012, “Lingua Viva”.


Ottocento: alimentazione e abbigliamento nell'Italia del IX secolo”, course (4 hours), 2012, “Lingua Viva”.


Personaggi: Adriano Olivetti”, “Personaggi: Cesare Zavattini”, lecture (4 hours), 2011, “Lingua Viva”.


Fantastico Italiano: percorsi nella letteratura fantastica in Italia”, seminar (24 hours), 2011, “Lingua Viva”.


Storia di Cinecittà”, seminar (24 hours), 2010, “Lingua Viva”.


Il Bell'Antonio: corso di lettura del classico di V. Brancati”, seminar (24 hours), 2008, “Lingua Viva”.


Milano in giallo: la città meneghina nelle pagine dei polizieschi”, seminar (24 hours), 2008, “Lingua Viva”.


Morte accidentale di un anarchico: lettura e commento sul contesto storico della famosa commedia di Dario Fo”, seminar (24 hours), 2007, “Lingua Viva”.


L'Italia repubblicana nella letteratura”, seminar (24 hours), 2006. “Lingua Viva”.


L'Italia fascista nella letteratura”, seminar (24 hours), 2006, “Lingua Viva”.


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