CAROLI Rosa

Qualifica Professoressa Ordinaria
Telefono 041 234 9472
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Struttura Dipartimento di Studi Linguistici e Culturali Comparati
Sito web struttura: http://www.unive.it/dslcc
Sede: Ca' Bernardo
Research team Public governance, welfare and social innovation

  (Updated: December 2015)

Rosa CAROLI   ローザ・カーロリ

Department of Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies, Ca’ Foscari University in Venice

Address: Dorsoduro 3199, Venezia 30123

Tel   + 39 041234 9472  

E-mail: caroli@unive.it

Home page: www.unive.it/persone/caroli 

 

ACADEMIC POSITION:

Associate Professor (S.S.D. SPS/14 - History and Institutions of Asia), Department of Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies, Ca’ Foscari University in Venice

 

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES 

· Delegate of the Department of Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies for International Relations

· Member of the PhD Board, Department of Humanities and Department of Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies – Historical, Geographical and Anthropological Studies PhD degree (2014- )

· Referring professor, International Exchange Agreements. Hosei, Meiji and Kobe Universities.

· Member, Scientific board, DEP Deportate, Esuli, Profughe (Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia)

·  Member, Scientific board, Il Giappone

· Co-director, book series “Contemporary Japan”, Ca' Foscari Edition

· Visiting researcher, Institute of Asian Studies-Organization for Regional and Inter-regional Studies, Waseda University

· Visiting scholar, Okinawa bunka kenkyūsho (Institute of Okinawan Studies) - Hōsei University

· Visiting scholar, Kokusai Nihongaku kenkyūsho (Institute of the International Japan-Studies), Hōsei

· Planning Board Member, Kokusai Ryūkyū-Okinawa gakkai (International Association of Ryukyuan and Okinawan Studies

· Council member, Associazione Italiana di Studi Giapponesi-AISTUGIA (Italian Association for Japanese Studies; 2015- )

· Member of Japanese-Language Proficiency Test Administration Committee (Istituto Giapponese di Cultura in Roma)

 

PREVIOUS POSITION AND MAIN PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

· Assistant Professor, East Asian History, Department of East Asian Studies, Ca' Foscari University of Venice (1996-2001)

· Associate Professor, East Asian History, Department of East Asian Studies, Ca' Foscari University of Venice (2001-2010)

· Head of studies: Language, Culture and Society of Eastern Asia (undergraduate degree courses; 2006-2009); Languages and Economic and Legal Institutions of Eastern Asia (postgraduate degree course; 2006-2009); Language and Culture of Eastern Asia (postgraduate degree course; 2006-2009); RIC - International Relations (Second Cycle Degree Programme; 2011-2014)

· Member, Board of directors Ca’ Foscari School of International Relations (2011-2014)

· Member, Teaching Committee: Language, Culture and Society of Eastern Asia (undergraduate degree courses; 2001-2010); Languages and Economic and Legal institutions of Eastern Asia (postgraduate degree course; 2001-2010); Language and Culture of Eastern Asia (postgraduate degree course; 2001-2010),

· Member, Teaching Affairs Committee, Dept. of Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies (2012-14)

· Member of Ca’ Foscari University Committee for evaluating sabbatical research activities (2010-14).

· Member of the PhD Board, Graduate School of Languages, Cultures and Societies - East Asian Studies PhD. ( -2010)

· Visiting researcher, Waseda daigaku Ryūkyū-Okinawa kenkyūsho (The Institute for Ryukyuan and Okinawan Studies in Waseda University; 2006-2016)

Council member, Associazione Italiana di Studi Giapponesi-AISTUGIA (Italian Association for Japanese Studies; 2005-2011)

 

EDUCATION

· 1992. Ph. D. in History and Institutions of Modern and Contemporary Asia and Africa, Faculty of Political Science, University of Cagliari. Dissertation: "Le minoranze nel Giappone moderno e contemporaneo: il caso di Okinawa" (Minorities in modern and contemporary Japan: Okinawa

· 1987. Degree in Foreign Languages and Literatures - Japanese, Department of Oriental Studies, La Sapienza University of Rome. Grade: 110/110 summa cum laude. Dissertation: "La discriminazione dei burakumin nella transizione del Giappone verso la modernità" (The discrimination of burakumin during the transition of Japan towards modernity)

· 1984. Diploma in Japanese Language, advanced level, Japanese Institute of Culture, Rome

· 1982. Diploma in Japanese Language and Culture, Institute for the Middle and Far East (Is.M.E.O), Rome

 

MEMBERSHIP:

· AISTUGIA - Associazione Italiana di Studi Giapponesi (Italian Association for Japanese Studies)

· SISSCO - Società italiana per lo Studio della Storia contemporanea (Italian Society for the Study of Contemporary History)

· SISI - Società Italiana di Storia Internazionale (Italian Society of International History)

· EAJS - European Association for Japanese Studies 

· Okinawa Bunka Kyōkai (The Association for Okinawan Culture)

· Kokusai Ryūkyū-Okinawa Gakkai (International Association of Ryukyuan and Okinawan Studies, IAROS)

 

SCHOLARSHIP, GRANTS AND ACADEMICAL AWARDS:

· 2009: The 31st Okinawa Bunka Kyōkai prize (Higa Shunchō award) for research on Okinawan history (The last Ryukyuan King Shō Tai).

· 2005-2006. Japan Foundation's Fellowship. Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University. Tutors: Prof. GABE Masao; Prof. GOTO Ken'ichi.

· 1999-2000. Japan Foundation's Fellowship. Department of Political and Economic Studies, Waseda University. Tutor: Prof. HORI Makiyo.

· 1992-94. Institute of International Law and Politics, Faculty of Political Science, University of Milan: post-doctoral fellowship. Tutor: Prof. Enrica COLLOTTI PISCHEL.

· 1993. Institute of Social Research, Waseda University: post-doctoral research. Tutor: Prof. KAWAHARA Hiroshi.

· 1989-90. Institute of Japanese History, Tōkyō University: doctoral research.

 

PARTICIPATION IN JOINT RESEARCH PROJECTS:

· International Project for Asakusa Studies (Kokusai Asakusa Purojekuto). Coordinator: ITODA Soichiro. International Asakusa Studies-Meiji University (2007- )

· The 21st Century Program - Center of Excellence, Center for the International Japan-Studies, Hōsei University, ’Nihon ishiki’ no saikentō (Rethinking ‘Japanese consciousness’), Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (april 2011–march 2016)

· Nihon no naka no ibunka (Otherness in Japan), The 21st Century Program-Center of Excellence, Hōsei University-Center for the International Japan-Studies. Coordinator: HOSHINO Tsutomu (Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (April 1, 2004–March 31, 2011).

· Asia Orientale: sviluppo regionale e mutamenti nel linguaggio politico, economico e socio-culturale, Coordinator: Guido Samarani  (Italian Ministry of Research National Program, PRIN 2005-08).

· Il testo in Asia Orientale: supporti materiali, lessico e scrittura ieri e oggi. Coordinator: Guido Samarani (Italian Ministry of Research National Program, PRIN 2003-2005).

· Identità e alterità: processi di interazione culturale in Asia Orientale dal Cinquecento ai giorni nostriCoordinator: Francesco Gatti (Italian Ministry of Research National Program, PRIN 2002-2003). 

· Il problema dell'alterità in un'ottica non eurocentrica. Il caso del Giappone. Coordinator: Annibale Zambarbieri (Italian Ministry of Research National Program PRIN 2000-2002).

· Riflessi sociali e politici della crisi economica dell'Asia, con particolare riferimento alla problematica dell'identità culturale e nazionaleCoordinator: Enrica Collotti Pischel (Italian Ministry of Research National Program, PRIN 1999-2000)

 

TEACHING AND RESEARCH PERIOD ABROAD:

· The Institute for Ryukyuan and Okinawan Studies in Waseda University (Visiting scholar, Tokyo, Sept. 2014-June 2015)

· Institute of Okinawan Studies, Hosei University (Exchange researcher, Tokyo, April-May 2013)

· School of Global Japanese Studies, Meiji University (Exchange researcher, Tokyo, March 2012)

· Institute of International Japan-Studies, Hosei University (Exchange researcher, Tokyo, March 2011)

· Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies - Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University (Exchange researcher, Tokyo, July-August 2010)

· Universite de Paris VII - Denis Diderot (Erasmus Staff Mobility Program, Paris, May 2010)

· The Institute for Ryukyuan and Okinawan Studies in Waseda University (Visiting researcher, Tokyo, Sept-Dec. 2009)

· School of Global Japanese Studies, Meiji University (Exchange researcher, Tokyo, May 2009).

· Université de Genève, Unité de Japonais (Exchange professor, Genève, November 2008).

· Institute of International Japan-Studies, Hosei University (Exchange researcher, Tokyo, July-August 2008)

· Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies-Waseda University (Japan Foundation's Fellowship, Tokyo, Sept. 2005-Jan. 2006)

· Dept. of Political and Economic Studies-Waseda University (Japan Foundation's Fellowship, Tokyo, Sept. 1999-Feb.2000)

· Institute of Social Research, Waseda University, Tokyo (Post-doctoral research, Tokyo, Sept-Dec. 1993).

· Institute of Japanese History, Tōkyō University (Doctoral research, Tokyo, Oct. 1989-March 1990).

 

ORGANIZATION OF NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIA:

· International Conference Fragile and resilient cities on water: Perspectives from Venice and Tokyo, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (15-16 January 2015) http://www.unive.it/nqcontent.cfm?a_id=185526

· International Symposium 1952-2012: The American legacy in Japan sixty years after the Occupation, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (May 3-4, 2012) http://www.unive.it/pag/fileadmin/user_upload/scuole/sir/documenti/Congresses-and-roundtables/03-05-2012_American_Legacy_Japan.pdf

· International Symposium Remembering 40 Years Since Reversion: Okinawan Studies Untill Now, Okinawan Studies From Now On, Waseda University (Tokyo, 29-31 March 2012) http://okinawasympo.wordpress.com/  

· Kokusai shunpojiumu Venezia to Veneto no shōzō: sono seido-keizai to Nihon to no bunka-kagaku no kōryū – Convegno internazionale Ritratto di Venezia e del Veneto: le istituzioni, l’economia e le interazioni culturali e scientifiche con il Giappone, Università Hōsei–Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia–Confindustria Venezia (Tokyo, September 20, 2011) http://www.unive.it/nqcontent.cfm?a_id=120818; http://www.hosei.ac.jp/koho/photo/2011/111011.html

· International Symposium Historiography on Japan and East Asia. State, trends and perspectives, Ca' Foscari University of Venice - University of Geneva (Venice, November 5-6, 2010)  http://www.unive.it/media/allegato/dipartimenti/studi_asia_orientale/eventi_conferenze/2010_giappone/nov_5-6_Int_Symposium.pdf

· International Symposium Orientarizumu wo koete (Beyond Orientalism), University of Kanagawa–Ca' Foscari University of Venice  (Venice, September 14, 2010). 

· International Conference Avant-garde in Japan, Ca' Foscari University of Venice (September 14-15, 2009).

· International Conference 1868-Italia e Giappone: intrecci culturali, Ca' Foscari University of Venice (May 22, 2008) http://fumiemve.exblog.jp/7143930/ 

· XXXI Convegno dell'Associazione Italiana per gli Studi Giapponesi (31st Conference of Italian Association for Japanese Studies), Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia (20-22 settembre 2007) http://www.unive.it/media/allegato/dipartimenti/studi_asia_orientale/eventi_conferenze/2007_giappone/aistugia_20set07.pdf

· 5th International Conference on Okinawan Studies Imagined Okinawa: Challenges from Time and Space, Ca' Foscari University of Venice (14-16 September 2006) http://venus.unive.it/okinawa 

 

CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS

· “Attivismo femminile nel Giappone post Fukushima”, Il dominio sulle donne e la natura. La riflessione femminista su economia e scienza. Convegno di studi in onore di Rachel Carson, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (3-4 December 2015)

· “Okinawan migration in colonial Japan: Problems of integration, identity and self image”, International Conference on “Inequality in A Rising Asia: Environment, History and Society”, India International Centre, New Delhi (3-4 October 2015)

· “Inventing identities in the Japanese nation-state and within its borders: Echoes of the Meiji Restoration in Okinawa”, Heidelberg History Conference on “Global History and the Meiji Restoration”, Cluster of Excellence "Asia and Europe in a Global Context" at Heidelberg University (July 2015)

· “A manmade island in Edo-Tokyo Bay: the case of Tsukudajima”, International Conference Fragile and resilient cities on water: Perspectives from Venice and Tokyo, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (January 2015)

· “Masahiko Shimada’s Venice: A talk with Rosa Caroli”, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (January 2015)

· “Kokuo ‘Ryukyu kokuo Sho-ke kankei shiryo’ no tabi” (Le vicissitudini dell’Archivio reale della dinastia Sho, oggi tesoro nazionale), Conference at: Waseda University Organization for Asian Studies OAS (Tokyo, December 2014)

· “Ryukyu shobun to Sho Tai” (Le disposizione per le Ryukyu e l’ultimo re Sho Tai), Conference at the Institute for Okinawan Studies at Hosei University (Tokyo, November 2014)

· “Venezia daigaku ni okeru Nihon, Nihonjin to Nihon kenkyu” (Storia del Giappone, giapponesi e studi sul Giappone a Ca’ Foscari), Conference at the Graduate School of Intercultural Studies, Kobe University (Kobe, October 2014)

· “Seiyo no hoko ni mukatte: 1921 nen kotaishi Hirohito shinno no Itaria homon” (Guardando a occidente: la visita del principe ereditario Hirohito in Italia nel 1921), Seminary at the Faculty of Social Sciences of Hosei University (Tokyo, October 2014)

· Experiments in Microhistory: Small-scale Analysis and East Asian Studies”, Discussant alla Giornata di studio dei dottorandi, borsisti e ricercatori italiani in Giappone, Istituto Italiano di Cultura a Tokyo (Tokyo, September 2014)

· “Lo sviluppo di Edo e della cultura popolare”, Scuola di Lingue e Letterature, Traduzione e Interpretazione, Università di Bologna (Bologna, May 2014)

· "Il Giappone Meiji (1868-1912) tra Oriente e Occidente", Dipartimento di Lingue, Letterature Straniere e Comunicazione, Università di Bergamo (Bergamo, September 2013)

· “Un Giappone post 11 marzo? Natura e artificio del disastro”, L’Asia tra passato e futuro. Convegno di studi per ricordare Enrica Collotti Pischel a dieci anni dalla scomparsa, Facoltà di Scienze Politiche, Economiche e Sociali, Università degli studi di Milano (Milan, Novembre 2013)

· “Tsukamoto Shin’ya kantoku to Tsukamoto sakuhin wo kataru: Kotoko to Venezia kokusai eigasai” (Shin’ya Tsukamoto parla della sua opera: “Kotoko” e la Mostra del Cinema di Venezia), with Norimasa Morita and Rosa Caroli, School of International Liberal Studies, Waseda University (Tokyo, March 2012) http://www.waseda.jp/sils/jp/common/pdf/20120330_flyer.pdf

· “Cleavages of Memory in Japan: The Occupation”, International Symposium “1952-2012: The American legacy in Japan sixty years after the Occupation” Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (Venice, May 3-4, 2012)

· “The Tokyo-Edo Radio Project”, Round table, Meiji University-Asakusa Project (Tokyo, September 2012).

· “The history of a national treasure: The records of the Ryukyuan royal family Sh”, International Conference Nikolai Nevsky: A Commemorative Symposium marking the 120th Anniversary of Nikolai A. Newsky, Institute of Oriental Manuscripts of the Russian Academy of Sciences (St. Petersburg, October 2012).

· “Giappone e giapponesi a Ca’ Foscari”, Kokusai shunpojiumu “Venezia to Veneto no shōzō: sono seido-keizai to Nihon to no bunka-kagaku no kōryū (Convegno internazionale “Ritratto di Venezia e del Veneto: le istituzioni, l’economia e le interazioni culturali e scientifiche con il Giappone”), Hōsei University (Tokyo, September 2011) 

· “Individuo, società e politica dopo l’11 marzo: i possibili percorsi della democrazia”, Tavola rotonda su “11 marzo: bilancio (provvisorio) di una tragedia”, Ca' Foscari University of Venice (Venice, June 2011)

· “Historiography on modern Okinawa: between self-Orientalism and Global History”, International Symposium "Historiography on Japan and East Asia. State, trends and perspectives”, Ca' Foscari University of Venice-University of Geneva (Venice, November 2010)

· “Identities in conflict: ‘Okinawa’ in Yanagita Kunio and Iha Fuyu’s discourses”, Colloque International “Le Japon et son identité: formation et reactions”, Département d’études japonaises de l’Université de Strasbourg-CEEJA Centre européen d’études japonaises d’Alsace (Kientzheim, Octobre 2010)

· “More Oriental than Japan: Okinawa in Japan’s national discourse”, International Conference “Orientalism/Occidentalism: Languages of Cultures vs. Languages of Description”, Russian Academy of State Service under the President of the Russian Federation (Moscow, September 2010)

· “Orientarizumu o koete – Okinawa no baai” (Beyond Orientalism: The case of Okinawa), International Sympoisum “Orientarizumu wo koete” (Beyond Orientalism), Ca' Foscari University of Venice - University of Kanagawa (Venice, September  2010)

· “Itaria ni okeru Okinawa kenkyū” (Okinawan studies in Italy), PhD Program in International Relations (advisor Prof. GOTO Ken’ichi), Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies - Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University (Tokyo, July 2010)

· “Forging a nippocentric world: the role of Ryūkyū in Tokugawa Japan”, Université Paris Diderot - Paris VII, U.F.R. Langues et Civilisation de l'Asie Orientale – LCAO (Paris, May 2010)

·  “War memory and peace memorials in Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Okinawa”, Université Paris Diderot - Paris VII, U.F.R. Langues et Civilisation de l'Asie Orientale – LCAO (Paris, May 2010)

· “Giappone: morire con arte, morire per onore”, Punta della Dogana (Venezia, January 2010)

· “Okinawa-ken secchi ni okeru Shō Tai no yakuwari wo megutte” (On the role of Shō Tai during the establishment of Okinawa prefecture), International Symposium on “Nihon ni totte Okinawa to wa nanika”(The meaning of Okinawa in Japan), Hōsei University (Tokyo, December 2009)

· “Umi to aidenchichi. Venezia to Tōkyō no baai”  (Sea and identity: the case of Venice and Tokyo), Kanagawa University (Yokohama, December 2009)

· “‘Oriento’ no ‘Oriento’ e: Jōhōkakumei to gurōbaru-ka no jidai ni okeru Okinawa-shi o ayumu” (At the orient of the orient. The history of Okinawa in the era of information revolution and globalization), Dai 31kai Okinawa Bunka Kyōkai shō jushōshiki (Awarding ceremony for the 31st Prize of the Society for the Research on Okinawan Culture), Waseda University (Tokyo, November 2009)

· “Itaria ni okeru Nihon kenkyū. Ibunka kara mita Nihon” (Japanese studies in Italy: Japan as seen from outside), Meiji University (Tokyo, October 2009)

· “1921 nen no kōtaishi Hirohito no Itaria hōmon. Sōgo imeji-hyōshō” (The visit of Crown Prince Hirohito in Italy in 1921: Mutual images), International Symposium on “Image of‘Japan’in Modern Europe”, Kanagawa University (Yokohama, October 2009)

· “Ryūkyū no bunka to Edo bakufu ni yoru sono seijiteki riyō” (The political uses of Ryūkyū’s cultural otherness in Edo Japan), International Symposium on “Islands and cross-cultural contacts, Graduate School of Humanities-The Port Cities Research Center, Kōbe University (March 2009)

· “War experience and peace discourse in Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Okinawa”, Université de Genève, Unité de Japonais (Genève, November 2008)

· “The Role of Ryukyuan Kingdom between Tokugawa Japan and Qing China”, Université de Genève (Genève, November 2008)

· “From bushidō to war crimes: the Japanese military forces in WW II”, Université de Genève (Genève, November 2008)

· “Comfort Women. Una lettura di genere", Convegno internazionale di studi “Mass Rape in the Twentieth Century. Feminist Studies on Gender, Nation and Militarism”, Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia (Venice, October 2008)

· “'Nihonjin' wo tsukuru - Okinawa to Hokkaidō ni taisuru dōka seisaku” (The making of Japanese: Assimilation Policy in Okinawa and in Hokkaidō), Kokusai Nihongaku kenkyūsho (Institute of the International Japan-Studies), Hōsei University (Tokyo, August 2008)

· “Dalla nazione all'impero: teoria e pratiche del colonialismo giapponese", Convegno della Facoltà di Lingue e Letterature Straniere Impero, imperi, Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia (Venice, May 2008)

· “Okinawa nella storia nazionale e nella memoria del Giappone di oggi”, Università degli Studi di Milano- CARC Contemporary Asia Research Centre, (Milano, April 2008)

· “La degenerazione del codice d'onore e l'impiego della violenza nelle forze armate giapponesi", Convegno su Le guerre mondiali in Asia Orientale e in Europa: violenze, collaborazionismi, propaganda, Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia (December 2007)

· “Itaria ni okeru Nihon kenkyū no rekishi, genjō, kadai” (Japanese studies in Italy: history, state and themes), International Conference on “Current state and perpectives of Global Japanese Studies”, Meiji University, (Tokyo, November 2007)

· “Minoranze linguistiche e integrazione degli stranieri in Giappone” (Taio, October 2007)

· “Storia e storiografia in Giappone: dai crimini di guerra ai criminali di guerra”, Convegno internazionale “Memoria e Rimozione. I crimini di guerra in Italia e in Giappone”, Gabinetto Viesseux (Firenze, September 2007)

· “Ainu and Okinawans between modernization and colonialism”, Duisburg University (May 2007)

· “Le nuove frontiere dello stato nazionale giapponese: ainu e okinawani tra assimilazione e discriminazione”, Università di Bologna (April 2007)

· “Dōka to teikō no hazama - Shō Tai no baai” (Between Assimilation and Resistance. The last Ryukyuan King Shō Tai), 5th International Conference on Okinawan Studies “Imagined Okinawa: challenger from Time and Space”, Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia (September 2006)

· “Ryūkyū shobun to saigo no Ryūkyūō”  (The “disposal for Ryūkyū” and the last king of Ryūkyū), Institute of the International Japan Studies, Hōsei University, (Tokyo, July 2006)

· “La storia bellica nel Giappone contemporaneo: i luoghi della memoria”, Museo d'Arte Orientale Chiossone (Genova, April 2006)

· “Recent Trends of Historiography on Modern Okinawa”, International Symposium on State, Current Developments and Future Tasks in Japanese Studies, Bonn University (Bonn, February 2006)

· “Il lessico della memoria bellica in Giappone”, Convegno su Il testo in Asia e Africa: produzione, trasmissione, fruizione, Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia (Venice, September 2005)

· “A Peaceful Last King? Shō Tai Between Memory, Historiography and Myth”, 11th Conference of the European Association for Japanese Studies (Wien,  September 2005)

· “The ‘Peace Triangle’ in Japan: Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Okinawa”; International conference of study for the 60th anniversary of the Resistance and Liberation ‘Places of memory. Places of reconciliation’ (Bologna, April 2005)

· “Il colonialismo giapponese in Asia: storia, memoria e rimozioni”, Dipartimento di Studi Internazionali dell'Università degli studi di Milano - Casa della Cultura (Milan, March 2005)

· “Storie nella storia: percorsi al femminile tra sfera privata e vita sociale in Giappone”, Assessorato alle politiche femminili del Comune di Merano (Merano, May 2004) 

· “Vecchi e nuovi equilibri della politica giapponese nel dopoguerra fredda”, Convegno in ricordo di Enrica Collotti Pischel: Asia e Africa oggi. Mutamenti, conflitti, prospettive, Università di Milano (Milan, May 2004)

· “Ryūkyū-Okinawa no aidenchichi ni tsuite” (On Ryukyuan-Okinawan identity), International Conference “Okinawan Identity”, Hōsei University - Kokusai Nihongaku Kenkyūjo (Tokyo, March 2004)

· “Giappone: lo Stato Meiji tra politica e religiosità”, Centro Studi Internazionali (CESPI) - Dipartimento di Studi Internazionali, Università di Milano (Milan, January 2004)

·  “Recenti sviluppi del revisionismo storiografico in Giappone: la Nazione e l'Altro”, XXVII Convegno di Studi Giapponesi, Università della Calabria (Arcavacata di Rende, Cosenza, 2003)

· “Il rapporto tra il Giappone e il mondo esterno: dall'epoca Meiji ai giorni nostri”, Istituto Giapponese di Cultura (Rome 2002)

· “1921 nen kōtaishi Hirohito no Itaria to Bachikan hōmon” (The visit of Hirohito in Italy and in Vatican in 1921), Associazione Alessandro Valignano (Takamatsu, Japan 2002)

·  “Omogeneità e diversità in Giappone”, Istituto Italiano per l'Africa e l'Oriente (Milan, 2002)

· “Re-inventing Okinawa: from ‘Ryukyuness’ to ‘Japaneseness’”, 4th International Conference on Okinawa Studies (Bonn 2002)

· “Gli studi di Kita Sadakichi sul Nihon minzoku”, XXV Convegno di Studi Giapponesi (Venezia 2001) · “La Cina reinventata dal Giappone Meiji”, VIII Convegno A.I.S.C. (Associazione Italiana di Studi Cinesi), Università di Lecce 2001

· “Il dibattito storiografico sul fascismo giapponese”, Centro Studi Problemi Internazionali (CESPI) - Università di Milano 2001

· “La ‘samuraizzazione’ della società giapponese”, Università di Pavia 2001

· “La storiografia giapponese sul periodo bellico: dal pentimento all'orgoglio”, Ateneo Veneto, Venezia 1999

· “La democrazia in Giappone: cultura e pratica politica”, XXII Convegno di Studi Giapponesi, Cortina d'Ampezzo 1998 

· “Riflessi dell'antisemitismo nel Giappone bellico”, XX Convegno di Studi Giapponesi, Sassari 1996

· “Lo shintō giapponese”, Centro Studi Problemi Internazionali (CESPI) - Università di Milano 1996

· “L'agricoltura giapponese nella modernizzazione”, Centro Studi Problemi Internazionali (CESPI) - Università di Milano 1996

· “Razza, etnia, nazione. Alcune considerazioni sull'identità collettiva in Giappone”, XIX Convegno di Studi Giapponesi, Urbino 1995

· “L'esistenza quotidiana dei giapponesi di oggi”, Centro Studi Problemi Internazionali (CESPI) - Università di Milano 1994

·  “Esistono tensioni etniche in Giappone?”, Centro Studi Problemi Internazionali (CESPI) - Università di Milano 1994

· “Sviluppo agricolo nel Giappone moderno”, Centro Studi Problemi Internazionali (CESPI) - Università di Milano 1994

· “La concezione della natura in Giappone”, Centro Studi Problemi Internazionali (CESPI) - Università di Milano 1994

· “Gli esclusi dal benessere in Giappone: i burakumin e gli abitanti di Okinawa”, Centro Studi Problemi Internazionali (CESPI) - Università di Milano 1993

· “L'edificazione del moderno stato giapponese e la definizione dei suoi limiti territoriali. L'intervento del Giappone Meiji nelle Ryūkyū”, XVI Convegno di Studi Giapponesi, Auronzo 1992

· “Buraku mondai: sopravvivenze della tradizione nella società giapponese contemporanea”, XII Convegno di Studi Giapponesi, Roma 1988. 

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