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INUZUKA Hajime Politics; History of Political Thought

ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT
Professor in History of Political Thought, Graduate School of Law and Politics, Tohoku University, 2013-2016 (Vice-Dean, Graduate School of Law and Politics, 2014-16)
Visiting Scholar, Faculty of History, the University of Cambridge, 2011-2012
Associate Professor in History of Political Thought, Graduate School of Law and Politics, Tohoku University, 2010-2013
Associate Professor in Politics, Gunma University, 2008-2010
Lecturer in Politics, Gunma University, 2006-2008
Research Fellow, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, 2003-2006
Research Associate in History of Political Thought, Institute of Social Science, the University of Tokyo, 1999-2002

EDUCATION
Mar. 2003 Ph.D the University of Tokyo
Mar. 1996 MA (Law) the University of Tokyo
Mar. 1994 BA (Law) the University of Tokyo

SELECTED BOOKS
David Hume and the Traditions of Political Thought, Tokyo: The University Press of Tokyo (Dec 2004) ISBN 978-4130362214

Enlightenment, Reform, and Revolution, editor, Tokyo: Iwanami-shoten (Apr 2014) ISBN 978-4000113526

SELECTED ARTICLES
"Narratives of Civilization in the Enlightenment Historiography", Enlightenment, Reform, and Revolution, Tokyo: Iwanami-shoten (Apr 2014)

"Political Issues after 3.11", Inaba Kaoru et al. eds., Ima wo Ikiru [Towards the future after the Earthquake], vol.3, Tohoku University Press (Feb 2013)

"Varieties of Royalist Political Thought in Stuart England: Clarendon, Hobbes, and the Theory of Mixed Monarchy", Tohoku Law Review 76.3-6 (Aug 2012-Mar 2013)

“David Hume in the Context of "Post-Confessionalism": On religious policy and institution in the History of England”, Shiso 1052 (Nov 2011)

“Hume’s Historiography of Scotland”, Journal of Social and Information Studies 16 (Mar 2009)

“Recent Studies on early Modern Republicanism, 1975-2007”, Annals of the Society for the History of Social Thought 32 (Sep 2008)

“Political Thought in ‘the Enlightened Narrative’ : Critical Review on Pocock’s Barbarism and Religion”, Shiso 1007 (Mar 2008)

“Absolutism in the History of Political Thought : The Case of King James VI and I”, Journal of Social and Information Studies 14 (Mar 2007) [in English]

“Hume and Republicanism”, Tanaka Hideo et al eds., Republicanism, Nagoya: The University Press of Nagoya (Jul 2006)

“Roman Historiography as Political Thought in "Augustan" Britain”, Journal of Social Science 53 (Feb 2002)

“Edmund Burke: Manners and Political Power”, The Journal of the Association of Political and Social Sciences. Kokka Gakkai zassi 110 (Aug 1997)

RECENT REVIEWS
Review of Quentin Skinner, Hobbes and Republican Liberty (Cambridge, 2008) in Studies in British Philosophy 32 (Mar 2009)

Review of Neil McArthur, David Hume's Political Theory: Law, Commerce, and the Constitution of Government (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2007) in The History of Economic Thought 50(2) (Feb 2009)

Review of Japanese Translation of J. G. A. Pocock, Machiavellian Moment (Nagoya: The University Press of Nagoya, 2008) in Asahi Shinbun Ronza 2008-8 (Jul 2008)

Review of Maeda Toshifumi, Political Thought of Pufendorf (Tokyo: Seibundo 2004) in Japanese Journal of Political Thought 8 (May 2008)

SELECTED TRANSLATIONS
Co-Translator of David Hume, The History of England (forthcoming)

Chief Translator of J. G. A. Pocock, Discovery of Islands, Nagoya: University of Nagoya Press, (Nov 2013) ISBN 978-4815807528

“Abridged Translation of Hume's History of England”(1)-(5) (with Ikeda Kazuhisa and Susato Ryu), The Economic Review of Kansai University 54-57 (2004-2007)

Translator of Andrew Barshay, “Modern Japan : Nambara Shigeru and Hasegawa Nyozekan”, Hiraishi Naoaki et al. eds. Publicness from the Perspective of Intellectuals, Tokyo: The University Press of Tokyo (Mar 2006)