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Data pubblicazione: 24/07/2014

Il prossimo ricevimento è fissato a giovedì 21 agosto, ore 17:00.

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Didattica a.a. 2014/2015 suddivisa per corsi di laurea

[LM20] LINGUE E CIVILTÀ DELL'ASIA E DELL'AFRICA MEDITERRANEA
[LM4] LINGUE E ISTITUZIONI ECONOMICHE E GIURIDICHE DELL’ASIA E DELL’AFRICA MEDITERRANEA
[LT40] LINGUE, CULTURE E SOCIETÀ DELL'ASIA E DELL'AFRICA MEDITERRANEA

 

I ° semestre:

  • martedì, ore 17.00

Attività e competenze di ricerca

Settore Scientifico Disciplinare (SSD) di afferenza
Settore Scientifico Disciplinare (SSD) affine
Aree e linee di ricerca

Competenze di ricerca

Storia politica ed economica del Giappone (in partic. XIX-XX sec.): ricerca e didattica

Description
  • Japanese political and economic history (especially 19-20th centuries): research and teaching
Parole Chiave
  • Contemporary history, Public administration, Economic history
Codice ATECO
  • [72] - ricerca scientifica e sviluppo

Ricerche sviluppate e in corso

Politica ed economia in Giappone tra le due guerre mondiali

SSD
  • SPS/14

Aree geografiche in cui si applica prevalentemente l'esperienza di ricerca

Internazionale: Estremo Oriente,Europa

Lingue conosciute

  • giapponese (scritto: avanzato, parlato: avanzato)
  • inglese (scritto: avanzato, parlato: avanzato)
  • francese (scritto: intermedio, parlato: avanzato)
  • italiano (scritto: madrelingua, parlato: madrelingua)

Pubblicazioni per Anno

In corso di stampa

  • A. REVELANT Economic Growth and Tax Inequality in Japan: Evidence from World War I, in ACTA ASIATICA VARSOVIENSIA, vol. 27, pp. 1-18 (ISSN 0860-6102) (Articolo su rivista)
  • A. REVELANT "Ryōtaisenkanki no zeisei kaisei mondai: taishū seiji heno tenkan to sono genkai" [The Question of Tax Reform between the World Wars: Transition to Mass Politics and Its Limits, Japanese Study Seminar: Taishō-Prewar, Colmar, CEEJA (Centre Européen d'Etudes Japonaises d'Alsace) / The Japan Foundation, pp. 1-9 (Articolo su libro)
  • A. REVELANT Agricoltura ed economia rurale tra le due guerre mondiali: una rilettura delle statistiche ufficiali, Variazioni su temi di Fosco Maraini, Roma, Aracne, pp. 1-16 (Articolo su libro)
  • A. REVELANT Regional Integration in East Asia: Can Japan Be a Leading Player?, Contemporary Japan: Challenges Facing a World Economic Power in Transition, Venezia, Edizioni Ca' Foscari, pp. 1-24 (Articolo su libro)

2013

  • A. REVELANT Tax Reform as Social Policy: Adjusting to Change in Interwar Japan, in MODERN ASIAN STUDIES, vol. 47, pp. 851-894 (ISSN 0026-749X) Link DOI (Articolo su rivista)
  • A. REVELANT Party Cabinets, 1918-1932, Japan at War: An Encyclopedia, Santa Barbara, CA., ABC-CLIO, pp. 314-316 (ISBN 9781598847413) (Voce in dizionario/enciclopedia)

2012

  • REVELANT A. Politica tributaria nel Giappone degli anni Venti: problemi strutturali e riforme a confronto in Marco Del Bene, Noemi Lanna, Toshio Miyake, Andrea Revelant, Il Giappone moderno e contemporaneo: Stato, media, processi identitari, Bologna, Emil, pp. 65-76 (ISBN 9788866800323) (Articolo su libro)
  • REVELANT A. Propaganda elettorale e mass media all’inizio dell’era Shōwa in Marco Del Bene, Noemi Lanna, Toshio Miyake, Andrea Revelant, Il Giappone moderno e contemporaneo: Stato, media, processi identitari, Bologna, Emil, pp. 101-124 (ISBN 9788866800323) (Articolo su libro)
  • REVELANT A. Quanto vale un voto? Note sulla relazione tra reddito e suffragio nel Giappone moderno in Marco Del Bene, Noemi Lanna, Toshio Miyake, Andrea Revelant, Il Giappone moderno e contemporaneo: Stato, media, processi identitari, Bologna, Emil, pp. 51-63 (ISBN 9788866800323) (Articolo su libro)
  • A. REVELANT Quanto vale un voto? Note sulla relazione tra reddito e suffragio nel Giappone moderno, Nuove prospettive di ricerca sul Giappone, Napoli, Universita degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”, pp. 451-466 (ISBN 9788867190065) (Articolo su libro)
  • REVELANT A. Introduzione in Marco Del Bene, Noemi Lanna, Toshio Miyake, Andrea Revelant, Il Giappone moderno e contemporaneo: Stato, media, processi identitari, Bologna, Emil, pp. 13-15 (ISBN 9788866800323) (Breve introduzione)

2011

  • A. REVELANT Learning How to Appeal to the Masses: Election Campaigns in Interwar Japan, in ARCHIV ORIENTÁLNÍ, vol. 79, pp. 161-187 (ISSN 0044-8699) (Articolo su rivista)

2009

  • A. REVELANT Governi di partito e nomine di alti funzionari nel Giappone Taishō, in ASIATICA VENETIANA, vol. 10/11, pp. 155-174 (ISSN 1126-5256) (Articolo su rivista)

2008

  • A. REVELANT Tax Policy in Taishō Japan: A Study on the Devolution Question (Tesi di Dottorato)
  • A. REVELANT Politica tributaria nel Giappone degli anni Venti: problemi strutturali e riforme a confronto, Atti del XXXI convegno di studi sul Giappone, VENEZIA, Cartotecnica Veneziana Editrice, pp. 317-330, Convegno: XXXI convegno di studi sul Giapppone, Venezia, 20-22 settembre 2007 (Articolo in Atti di convegno)
  • A. REVELANT Propaganda elettorale e mass media all’inizio dell’era Shōwa, Atti del XXX convegno di studi sul Giappone, GALATINA, Congedo Editore, pp. 267-292, Convegno: XXX convegno di studi sul Giappone, Lecce, 21-23 settembre 2006 (ISBN 9788880867722) (Articolo in Atti di convegno)

Curriculum di Andrea REVELANT

Current position
Assistant Professor
Department of Asian and North African Studies (DSAAM), Ca' Foscari University of Venice

Research interests
Modern and contemporary history of Japan: policymaking processes, particularly in the field of public finance; evolution of the constitutional system; development of the mass media; rural question in the interwar period.

Education
2007-09  Research student, Waseda University (Tokyo), Graduate School of Economics 

2005-08 PhD in Oriental Studies, Ca' Foscari University. Dissertation: Tax Policy in Taishō Japan: A Study on the Devolution Question
2006  Visiting research student, University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies

Feb-May 2004 Intern (assistant to the Cultural Affairs Attaché), Embassy of Italy in Tokyo

2003  MA in Oriental Cultures and Languages (Japanese), Ca' Foscari University. Summa cum laude

2001-02  Visiting student, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies

1999-2000  Erasmus student, Université Paris 7 

Academic positions

2013 Research Fellow, DSAAM

2009-12  Assistant Professor, DSAAM
2009  Research Fellow, Ca' Foscari University, Dept. of East Asian Studies (DSAO)
2009 Adjunct Professor, University of Milano Bicocca, Faculty of Education
 
 Research abroad
June-August 2013 Visiting Researcher, Waseda University (Tokyo) 

June-July 2012  Visiting Researcher, Keiō University (Tokyo)
June-July 2011  Visiting Researcher, Meiji University (Tokyo)

Teaching experience

1. DSAAM/DSAO
 a.y. 2012/13  History and Institutions of East Asia: political parties in contemporary Japan (MA)
                     History of Japan 2: from the Meiji Restoration to present day (BA)
 a.y. 2011/12  History and Institutions of East Asia: the political role of bureaucracy in  modern and contemporary Japan (MA)
                     History of Japan 2: from the Meiji Restoration to present day (BA)
 a.y. 2010/11  History and Institutions of East Asia: the political role of bureaucracy in  modern and contemporary Japan (MA)
                     History of Japan 2: from the Meiji Restoration to present day (BA)
 a.y. 2009/10  History and Institutions of East Asia: the political role of bureaucracy in  modern and contemporary Japan (MA)
                     Economic Policy in East Asia: public finance in modern Japan (MA)
                       History of Japan 3: mass communication and thought control in the modern period (BA)
                       Economy of East Asia: economic and financial history from the 16th to the 20th century (BA)
a.y. 2006/07  Seminar on Italian-Japanese translation of economic and legal texts
a.y. 2005/06  Seminar on structure reforms in Japan since the 1990s
2. University of Milano Bicocca
a.
y. 2008/09  Japanese Culture: political, economic and social history from the origins to present day (BA)
3. Erasmus programme: Lectures on the history of modern and contemporary Japan
May 2011  Heidelberg University, Karl Jaspers Centre for Advanced Transcultural Studies
Oct 2010  Department of Oriental Languages, University of Geneva

 

 

 

 

Forthcoming Publications

"Ryōtaisenkan no zeisei kaisei mondai: taishū seiji heno tenkan to sono genkai" [The Question of Tax Reform between the World Wars: Transition to Mass Politics and Its Limits], in Japan Study Seminar: Taishō-Prewar," Colmar: CEEJAM (Centre Européen d'Etudes Japonaises d'Alsace)/The Japan Foundation.

 

Unpublished conference papers

2013 ....

2012 ....

2011  Towards a New Conception of State-Society Relations, International Conference "Japan: Modern, Premodern and Contemporary," Dimitrie Cantemir University (Bucarest).

2011  Taxation under Party Cabinets: Preparing for Mass Politics, Heading to Democracy?, 13th EAJS Conference, Tallinn University.

2011  Distribution of the Tax Burden in Modern Japan, Initiative zur Historischen Japanforschung, Heidelberg University.

2011  Who Bears the Burden? Tax Reform in Interwar Japan, International workshop "The State and Society in East Asia, 1910-1945: Comparative Perspectives on Political, Financial and Legal Issues,"  Ca' Foscari University.

2010  You Can Trust This Party: The Rhetoric of Commercial Advertising in the Political Propaganda of Interwar Japan, 4th East Asia Net research workshop, Charles University in Prague. 

2008  Old Parties Facing New Electors: The Effects of General Suffrage on the Political Communication of Prewar Japan, 12th EAJS Conference, University of Salento (Lecce).

2008  Fiscal Decentralization in Contemporary Japan: Considerations on 15 Years of Reforms, 3rd MANABU Workshop, Waseda University (Tokyo).

2005  The Advent of Mass Communication in Japanese Politics: Election Campaigns, 1927-32, Third EAJS Workshop for Doctoral Students, University of Vienna.

  

Organization of conferences

2011  International Conference Contemporary Japan: Challenges Facing a World Economic Power in Transition, Ca' Foscari University (member of the organizing committee; organizer of section "Japan's International Relations and the Rise of China").

2011  Panel "Back to Politics: Rethinking Visions and Networks for Cooperation during 'Taishō Democracy'," 13th EAJS Conference, Tallinn University (co-organizer)

2011  International workshop The State and Society in East Asia, 1910-1945: Comparative Perspectives on Political, Financial and Legal Issues,  Ca' Foscari University (organizer)

2006  Staff coordinator, 5th International Conference on Okinawan Studies, Ca' Foscari University

 

Scholarships and awards

2011  Research grant of Ca' Foscari University at Meiji University, Tokyo

2009  Research Fellow, Ca' Foscari University

2007-09  Scholarship of the Japanese MEXT at Waseda University, Graduate School of Economics

2007  Cesare Bonacossa Award (University of Pavia) for best MA thesis in Oriental Studies

2006  Research grant of Ca' Foscari University at SOAS, University of London

 

Membership

AISTUGIA (Italian Association for Japanese Studies)

EAJS (European Association for Japanese Studies)

AAS (Association for Asian Studies)

SISI (Italian Society for International History)

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