SAITO Kota, Ph.D. (Associate Professor) [KUID]
SAITO Kota obtained his B.A. (2005) from International Christian University, M.A. (2011) and Ph.D. (2017) from the University of Tokyo. He worked at Kokugakuin University as an assistant professor from 2017 to 2020 and became a member of Kobe University in 2020.
Fields of Specialization
His research interests are intellectual history and history of religion in Japan from the Edo period to the modern era. He is especially interested in how Japanese understood “Japan” and constitute their identity. He is also aiming to contribute to international Japanese studies.
- “Ōyama Tameoki to Kada no Azumamaro no Kojiki chūshaku.” In Kokugakuin daigaku kenkyū kaihatsu suishin kikō kiyō 8 (2016), pp. 75-98.
- “Muraoka Tsunetsugu no Shintō-shi kenkyū to Kirisuto-kyō: kidnai kokutai-ron to shūkyō rikai.” In Arahitogami kara taishō tennōsē e, ed. Yoshinare Akiko et al., pp. 137
- -158, Tōsui shōbō, 2017.
- “’Kokka Shintō’ to kyōiku chokugo: sono hazamani arumono.” In Tettei kenshō kyōiku chokugo to nihon shakai, ed. Iwanami shoten henshūbu, pp. 33-49. Iwanami shoten, 2017.
- Shinkoku no seitō-ron: Jinnō shōtōki juyō no kinsei kindai. Perikan-sha, 2019.