National Museum of Ethnology
10-1 Senri Expo Park, Suita, Osaka 565-8511, Japan
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- USUKI Akira
- B.A. Tokyo Univ. of Foreign Studies 1980
- M.A. Univ. of Tokyo 1983
Geographical areas of Interest:
Middle East, North Africa
Political and social studies of Middle Eastern Jewry in Israel.
State Formation and Ethnic Relations in the Middle East, JCAS Symposium Series 5, The Japan Center for Area Studies, National Museum of Ethnology
"'Arab Jews' in Mediterranean World: A Critical Note on Multiculturalism in Israel" Mediterranean World, The Mediterranean Studies Group, Hitotsubashi University, pp. 65-76.
"To be a National Minority in an Ethnic Jewish State", Inaga, Shigemi & Kenneth L. Richard, eds. Crossing Cultural Borders: Toward an Ethics of Intercultural Communication --- Beyond Reciprocal Anthropology---, International Research Center for Japanese Studies, Kyoto, pp.199-207.
"Rethinking a Jewish Communist Movement in Iraq: A Case of 'Is bat Mukafahat al-Sahyuniya(Anti-Zionist League),1945-1946", Summaries of Lectures, The Second International Congress for Babylonian Jewry Research, June 15-18,1998, The Babylonian Jewry Heritage Center, June1998, pp.15-17.
"Ecri-vains bilingues (arabe/hebreu)", traduit par Shigemi INAGA, Dedale, Nos.3 & 4, Printemps 1996, Maisonneuve & Larose, Paris, pp.513-523.
"The Jews of Morocco and Israel: A Preliminary Note on Recent Trend of Study", Mediterranean World, Vol. XIV, Hitotsubashi University,1995, pp.47-58.
Zionism, Communism and Emigration of the Iraqi Jews: A Brief Survey of an Ancient Community in Crisis,1941-1951, Truman Institute Reprints, 35pp, The Harry S.Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem,Jerusalem
"Zionism, Communism and Emigration of the Iraqi Jews: A Brief Survey of An Ancient Community in Crisis, 1941-1951", Annals of Japan Association for Middle East Studies Vol.9, March 1994, pp.1-35.
- "The Sephardi Community of Jerusalem before World War I: A Note on a Dominant Community on the Decline", ORIENT, The Society for Near Eastern Studies in Japan, Vol.29, March 1994, pp.93-108.