Profile

SUDA Tsutomu

Professor, School of Information and Communication,
Meiji University

SDGs theme

Research fields:
Sociology (social and cultural history; history of intercultural communication; popular history)

Research themes:
Social culture and popular ideas in the formative period of the nation-state; social history of violence; history of Japanese-Korean intercultural exchange

Academic degrees:
Ph.D. (literature)

Main books and papers:
◆Sanyutei Encho to Edo rakugo (“Sanyutei Encho and Edo rakugo”) (Yoshikawa-Kobunkan, 2015)
◆Gendai wo ikiru nihonshi (“Living Japanese history”) (coauthor, Iwanami Shoten, 2014)
◆Hikakushiteki ni mita kinsei Nippon (“Early-modern Japan from a comparative history perspective”) (editor, Tokyodo, 2011)
◆Itsudatsu suru hyakusho (“Peasants breaking free”) (editor, Tokyodo, 2010)
◆Bakumatsu no yonaoshi (“Social reforms at the end of the Tokugawa Shogunate”) (Yoshikawa-Kobunkan, 2010)
◆Ikon no hokai made (“Through the breakdown of the icons”) (Aoki Shoten, 2008)
◆Boryoku no chihei wo koete (“Beyond the horizons of violence”) (Aoki Shoten, 2004)
◆“Akuto” no 19-seiki (“The 19th century of ‘scoundrels’”) (Aoki Shoten, 2002)