(Last updated : 2024-01-09 13:29:05)
  SCHIEDER, Chelsea Szendi
   Department   Aoyama Gakuin University  , College of Economics
   Position   Professor
■ Specialization and related fields
Japanese history, Gender studies 
■ Business career
1. 2018/04~2021/03 Aoyama Gakuin University College of Economics Associate Professor
2. 2021/04~ Aoyama Gakuin University College of Economics Professor
■ Book and thesis
1. Book Coed Revolution: The Female Student in the Japanese New Left   (Single) 2021/02 Link
2. Book The Red Years: Theory, Politics, and Aesthetics in the Japanese ’68  pp.143-159 (Single) 2020/10 Link
3. Book The Routledge Companion to Gender and Japanese Culture  pp.210-218 (Single) 2019/12 Link
4. Book OUT OF THE RUINS: THE EMERGENCE OF RADICAL INFORMAL LEARNING SPACES  pp.195-222 (Collaboration) 2017/07 Link
5. Book THE GLOBAL SIXTIES: CONVENTIONS, CONTESTS AND COUNTERCULTURES  pp.140-158 (Single) 2017/07 Link
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■ Lecturer and lecture
1. 2021/01 The Personal in the Political and the Past in the Present (Harvard University, Cambridge, USA)
2. 2020/10/06 Coed Revolution: The Gendered Dynamics of the Japanese New Left and Its Legacies (NY, USA) Link
3. 2020/09 Empowered Research Online Workshop Series: Presentation Skills (online)
4. 2020/03/07 Transnational Environmental Movements and Young People: The Case of Fridays for Future in Germany and Japan (Berlin, Germany)
5. 2020/01/16 How to get your articles published (University of Tokyo) Link
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■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2020/12 How Should We Record and Pass Down the Stories of Industrial Labour and Experiences?: The Case of Coal Mining (New Directions in Coal Mining History and Heritage in the UK and Japan: ESRC-AHRC UK-Japan SSH Connections Grants / JAFCOF)
2. 2020/01 From Coal-Miner’s Housewife to Historical Actor: Understanding a Personal Archive as a Political Act (American Historical Association Annual Conference)
3. 2018/10 "Contradiction of Care" Workshop (Third International Marxist-Feminist Conference)
4. 2018/07 From Coal Miner’s Wife to Historical Actor: The personal archive of Matsuo Keiko (Association for Asian Studies in Asia Annual Conference)