(Last updated : 2024-05-15 14:43:39)
   Department   Aoyama Gakuin University  , Graduate School of International Management
   Position   Associate Professor
■ Specialization and related fields
Religious studies 
■ Academic background
1. The University of Tokyo Graduated
2. The University of Tokyo〔Master Course〕 Completed
3. Tokyo Union Theological Seminary Graduated
4. Union Theological Seminary in New York〔Master Course〕 Completed
5. Princeton Theological Seminary〔Doctorial Course〕 Completed
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■ Business career
1. 2020/04~ Aoyama Gakuin University Graduate School of International Management Associate Professor
■ Belonging society
1. 2004~ American Academy of Religion
2. 2017~ Society for Christian Ethics
■ Winning science prize
1. 2000 日米教育委員会 Fulbright Scholarship
■ Official position and committee in Univ.
1. 2020/04/01~2041/03/31 Aoyama Gakuin University University Chaplain
■ Book and thesis
1. Article Education and State Reform in Post-WWII Japan: Kotaro Tanaka's Catholic Natural Law Vision of the World Christianity and Culture pp.67-81 (Single) 2024/03
2. Article Revisiting Christian Pacifism of Stanley Hauerwas: His Understanding of Dietrich Bonhoeffer Christianity and Culture pp.89-115 (Single) 2022/03
3. Article The Thirteenth International Bonhoeffer Congress Report: Bonhoeffer Studies and South Africa  pp.213-239 (Single) 2021/03
4. Other Book review: Theologian of Resistance von Christiane TIETZ Bonhoeffer Studies pp.16-19 (Single) 2023/11
■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2024/05/03 Kotaro TANAKA’s Vision for Education Reform in Post-World War II Japan: The Social Application of Catholic Natural Law Theory during a Period of National Crisis (American Academy of Religion, Eastern International Region)
2. 2024/03/16 Democratic Ideals or Preservation of the Status Quo?: An Examination of Kotaro Tanaka’s Post-WWII Stance on the Imperial Rescript for Education and Its Ongoing Influence on Japanese Education (American Academy of Religion, Western Region)
3. 2015/03 Understanding of the Prophetic in the Critical Thinking of Cornel West (American Academy of Religion, Western Region)
4. 2008/03 Transcendence in Martin Buber’s ‘I-Thou’ (American Academy of Religion, Upper Midwest Region)