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NAKAMAKI Hirochika
NAKAMAKI HirochikaNAKAMAKI Hirochika
National Museum of Ethnology・Professor Emeritus
Research Specialization
Individual Research Projects
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Academic Qualifications:

  • B.A. Saitama Univ. 1970
  • M.A. Univ. of Tokyo 1973
  • D.Litt. Univ. of Tokyo 1986

Geographical Areas of Interest:

Japan, U.S.A., Brazil, UK

Discipline:

nthropology of religion, anthropology of administration, Brazilian studies

Publications:

2010
Shanghai Expo as Sacred Space. International Forum on Business and Anthropology: Business and Sacred Space (Proceedings), pp.66–73. National Museum of Ethnology, National Institutes for the Humanities.
2010
Preface. International Forum on Business and Anthropology: Business and Sacred Space (Proceedings), pp.1. National Museum of Ethnology, National Institutes for the Humanities.
2010
Shanghai Expo as Sacred Space. International Forum on Business and Anthropology: Business and Sacred Space (Program and Abstracts), pp.21–22. National Museum of Ethnology, National Institutes for the Humanities.
2006
Joint Research Projects as a Tradition in Japanese Anthropology: A Focus on the “Civilization Studies” of the Taniguchi Symposia. In J. Hendry and H. W. Wong (eds.) Dismantling the East-West Dichotomy, pp.56–63. Oxon: Routledge.
2005
A Religiao nas Empresas Japonesas. Estudos Japoneses 25: 57–69.
2004
The Vitalistic Conception of Salvation in Company Religion: Konosuke Matsushita and Yukio Funai. Religion and Society: Special Issue/Records of the 2002 Workshop, pp.100–110.
2003
Japanese Religions at Home and Abroad. Routledge: Curzon.
2002
The Culture of Association and Associations in Contemporary Japanese Society. Senri Ethnological Studies 62. National Museum of Ethnology.
2002
A Honmon-Butsuryu-Shu no Brasil: Atraves de registros do Arcebispo Nissui Ibaragui. In F. Usarski (ed.) O Budismo no Brasil, pp.73–105. Sao Paulo: Lorosae.
2002
Participacao Cultural dos Imigrantes Japoneses no Brasil. In A.P. Filho and M.H. Yanaze (eds.), Encontros Culturais Portugal-Japao-Brasil, pp.45–56. Sao Paulo: Manole.
2002
The Company Funeral as Shaen Culture. Senri Ethnological Studies 62: 137–152. National Museum of Ethnology.
2002
Introduction: Shaen in Contemporary Japanese Society. SES The Culture of Association and Associations in Contemporary Japanese Society, pp.1–6. The Company Funeral as Shaen Culture. SES The Culture of Association and Associations in Contemporary Japanese Society, pp.137–152.
1998
Do Povoado à Metrópole. A Cultura Japonesa Pré-industrial Aspectos Socioeconomicos, edusp, Brasil, pp.19–26.
1997
Two Triadic Theories of Japanese Religions in Reference to Their Thought and Structure. Tenri Journal of Religion 25: 59–76.
1995
Memorial Monuments and Memorial Services of Japanese Companies: Focusing on Mount Koya. Ceremony and Ritual in Japan, pp.146–160, Routledge.
1994
Possessao e Procissao: Religiosidade Popular no Brasil (co-org.), Senri Ethnological Reports 1, National Museum of Ethnology.
1994
The Japanese and Religion: A Consumer's Perspective. Kansai Forum 3 (6): 26–30.
1993
A Hommon Butsuryu-Shu no Brasil, Religiao Budista Honmon Butsuryu-Shu do Brasil. Depto. de Planejamento, Expansao e Divulgacao.
1991
The Internationalization and Multinationalization of Japanese Religion: Perfect Liberty Kyodan in Brazil. Japanese Jornal of Religious Studies 18 (2)–(3): 213–242.
1991
Religious Civilization in Modern Japan: As Revealed through a Focus on Mt. Koya. Senri Ethnological Studies 29: 121–136. National Museum of Ethnology.
1990
Japanese Civilization in the Modern World 6: Religion (co-ed.). Senri Ethnological Studies 29. National Museum of Ethnology.
1986
Continuity and Change: Funeral Customs in Modern Japan. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 13 (2)–(3): 177–192. Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture.

Presentations:

2003
“The Recent Revival of the Luner Calendar in Japan.” The 10th International Conference of EAJS, 30 August.
2002
“Sinto Company Ritual in Japan.” Yale University Japan Anthropology Workshop 10–18 May.
2002
“Memorial Monuments of Interrupted Life in Contemporary Japan.” International Conference on National University of Singapore, “Monuments and Memory Making in Japan.” 6 July.