HANEDA Masashi, Professor

Reseach Topics

 

Research Theme : Reconstruction of "World History"


HANEDA Masashi is Professor of History. His main topics of research are global/world history, history of the East Asian maritime world, Islamic urban studies, Iranian history of the 16th-18th centuries and studies of European travel accounts on Persia, etc. His current topic of research is on finding a new way of describing world history. He has organized a research group for these topics with the aid of the JSPS research funds. He has also established an international education and research network called Global History Collaborative with colleagues of Princeton, Berlin-Humboldt and Free and EHESS in Paris.

Among his publications are Asian Port Cities, 1600-1800. Local and Foreign Cultural Interactions (editor), NUS Press and Kyoto University Press, 2009,xvi+233p., Secularization et laicite (editor), University of Tokyo Center for Philosophy, 2009, 109p., "Europeans at Bandar Abbas and the 'state' of Persia" in 17th and 18th Centuries", Iran und iranische geprakte Kulturen , Dr. Ludwig Reichert Verlag, 2008, pp.85-93, "Emigration of Iranian Elites to India during the 16-18th Centuries", Cahiers d'Asie Centrale 3-4, 1997:129-143, "Modern Europe and the Creation of the "Islamic World"", International Journal of Asian Studies , 4/2, 2007, Higashi-indo-kaisha-to Ajia-no Umi (East India Companies and Asian Waters) , Kodansha, 2007 (in Japanese), "The Character of the Urbanisation of Isfahan in the Later Safavid Period" in Charles Melville ed., Safavid Persia , London & New York: I.B. Tauris & Co Ltd, 1996, 369-387, and Islamic Urban Studies: Historical Review and Perspectives , (co-editor), London: Kegan Paul International Ltd., 1994, xvii + 365 pp

Biography

1997
and in 2002, He was Visiting Scholar at the Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Cambridge and at CNRS of France in 2002-2003. He took the position of the director of the institute from April 2009 to March 2012. He worked as vice president in charge of international affairs at the University of Tokyo from April 2012 to March 2015.

Teaching

Research Achivements

    Books

  • Haneda, Masashi. Chardin, Merchant in Adventure. Tokyo: 講談社, 2010. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi. Higashiindokaisha-to Ajia-no Umi:East India Companies and Asian Maritime World. Vol. 15 of The Koubou-no Sekaishi:What is Human History?. Tokyo: 講談社, 2007. (in Japanese)
  • Philippe Haudrère,. Furansu Higashi-Indo gaisha to Pondisheri:French East India Company and Pondichery. Translated by Masashi Haneda and Mari Omine. Tokyo: Yamakawa Shuppansha, 2006. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi. Isulamu sekai no sozo:Creation of the notion of the Islamic World. Vol. 13 of The Toyo sosho:Oriental Series. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, 2005. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi. Kunshaku-shi Sharudan no shogai: 17 seiki no Yoroppa to Isuramu sekai:Life of Sir Jean Chardin. Tokyo: Chuo Koron Shinsha, 1999. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi and Yuzo Nagata. Seijuku no Isuramu sekai:Mature Islamic Society. Vol. 15 of The Sekai no rekishi:History of the World. Tokyo: Chuo Koronsha, 1998. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi. Sharudan "Isufahan-shi" kenkyu: 17 seiki Isuramu-ken toshi no shozo:A Study of Jeaan Chardin's Description of Isfahan. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, 1996. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi. Islamic Urban Studies: Historical Review and Perspectives. Edited by Masashi Haneda. London: Kegan Paul International Ltd, 1994.
  • Haneda, Masashi. Islamic Urban Studies: Historical Review and Perspectives. Edited by Masashi Haneda. London: Kegan Paul International Ltd., 1994.
  • Haneda, Masashi. Mosuku ga kataru Isuramu-shi: kenchiku to seiji kenryoku:History of Mosque. Tokyo: Chuo Koronsha, 1994. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi. Isuramu toshi kenkyu:Islamic Urban Studies. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, 1991. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi. Le Chah et les Qizilbas: Le systeme militaire safavide. Berlin: K. Schwarz, 1987. (in French)
  • Haneda, Masashi. Higashiinndokaisha-to ajia-no umi:East India Companies and Asian Waters. Tokyo: Kodansha,. (in Japanese)
  • Edited Books

  • Masashi, Haneda, ed. Secularisations et laicites. Vol. 7 of The UTCP Booklet. Tokyo: The University of Tokyo Center for Philosophy, 2009. (in French)
  • Masashi, Haneda, ed. Secularization and Laicites. Vol. 7 of The UTCP Booklet. Tokyo: The University of Tokyo Center for Philosophy, 2009. (in French)
  • Masashi, Haneda, ed. Secularization and laicite. Vol. 6 of The UTCP Booklet. Tokyo: The University of Tokyo Center for Philosophy, 2009. (in Japanese)
  • Masashi, Haneda, ed. Yurashia ni okeru bunka no koryu to tempen:Interactions and Cultural Translation in Eurasia. 21 vols. Vol. 21 of The Toyo-bunka Kenkyu-sho sokan:Institute of Oriental Culture Special Series. Tokyo: Institute of Oriental Culture, University of Tokyo, 2007. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi, ed. Minato-machi ni ikiru:Living in Port Cities. Vol. 3 of The Minato-machi no Sekai-shi:Port Cities in World History. Tokyo: Aoki Shoten, 2006. (in Japanese)
  • Otani, Sachio, Masashi Haneda and Kiyomi Wada, eds. Toshi no firosofi: toshi towa nani ka, sono honshitsu:Urban philosophy. Vol. 1 of The Toshi no anatomi:Urban anatomy. Tokyo: Kochi Shobo, 2004. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi and Kazuo Otsuka, eds. Iwanami Isuramu jiten:Iwanami Dictionary of Isulam. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten, 2002. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi and Toru Miura, eds. Isuramu toshi kenkyu: rekishi to tembo:Islamic urban studies : historical review and perspectives. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, 1996. (in Japanese)
  • Articles and Book Chapters

  • HANEDA, Masashi. "Le Japon et la mer." ”La mer dans l'histoire 3 La Période Modern": Boydel Press, 2017.2 : 564-579.
  • HANEDA, Masashi. "A New Global History and Regional Histories." The 'Global' and the 'Local' in Early Modern and Modern East Asia: BRILL, 2017.1 : 52-61.
  • HANEDA, Masashi 「Japanese Perspectives on "Global History"」 『Asian Review on World Histories』 第3巻 第2号 (2015.7 )、219-234. [Link]
  • HANEDA, Masashi. "Key Challenges for Japanese Universities in the Age of Globalisation." German-Japanese Symposium on the Role of Universities in the Age of Globalisation. Between Workforce Development and Personality Development, 8 October 2014/ Tokyo, Japan, Conference Proceedings: German Research and Innovation Forum Tokyo, 2015.6 : 3-7.
  • HANEDA, Masashi. "La découverte du “monde musulman” dans le Japon des années 1930." Miscellanea Asiatica. Mélanges en l’honneur de Françoise Aubin. Edited by Roberte Hamayon Denise Aigle, Isabelle Charleux, Vincent Goossaert: Steyler Verlag, 2010.3 : 317-343.
  • Masashi, Haneda. "The Islamic World and a New World History." Challenges of Global History. Edited by Mizushima Tsukasa. Tokyo: 山川出版社, 2008.: 66-76. (in Japanese)
  • Masashi, Haneda. "Modern Europe and the Creation of the "Islamic World"."International Journal of Asian Studies 4, no. 2 2008.: 201-220.
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Nishiajia-no toshi: sono keitai-to kouzou:Cities in West Asia: Their Forms and Structures." Toshi-to Nouchi Keikan :Sight of Cities and Farmlands. Edited by Akiyama Motohide, Kinda Akihiro, Takahashi Seiichi and Yamada Makoto, Ajia-no Rekishichiri:Historical Geography on Asia. Tokyo: 朝倉書店, 2008.: 99-110. (in Japanese)
  • Masashi, Haneda. "Modern Europe and the Creation of the "Islamic World"."International Journal of Asian Studies 4, no. 2 2007.: 201-220.
  • Haneda, Masashi. "East India Companies and the interpreters at Bandar 'Abbas."Eurasian Studies V, no. 1月3日 2007.: 175-192. (in French)
  • Haneda, Masashi. "The East Asia companies and the intrepreters in Bandar 'Abbās."Eurasian Studies v, no. 1月2日 2006.: 175-193. (in French)
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Bandare Abbasu no Higashi-Indo gaisha shokan to tsuyaku:East India Companies' Factories and Interpreters in Bandar 'Abbas." Minato-machi ni ikiru:Living in Port Cities. Edited by Masashi Haneda. Vol. 3, Minato-machi no sekai-shi:Port Cities in World History. Tokyo: Aoki Shoten, 2006.: 95-123. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Gendai Rekishi-gaku no sosei:Creation of Contemporary Historical Studies."Shiso:Thought, Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten, no. 982 2006.: 1-3. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Yuyo na Rekishi-gaku' to sekai-shi:History of Good Service' and World History."UP:University press, Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, no. 400 2006.: 1-6. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Nishi-Ajia no sekai isan:The World Heritage in the West Asia." Sekai isan to Rekishi-gaku:The World Heritage and the Historical Studies. Edited by Makoto Sato. Tokyo: Yamakawa Shuppansha, 2005.: 194-204. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Bandar Abbas and Nagasaki. An Analysis of the Reaction of the Safavid Government to Europeans from a Comparative Perspective."Nihon Chu-To gakkai nempo:Annals of Japan Association for Middle Eastern Studies, Tokyo: Japan Association for Middle East Studies 20, no. 2 2005.: 119-130. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Musurimu no chiri-teki chiken to sekai-zo:Geographical knowledge and world view of muslims." Kiroku to hyosho: shiryo ga kataru Isuramu sekai:Documentation and Representation. Historical materials from the Muslim World. Edited by Kayoko Hayashi and Tomoko Masuya. Vol. 8, Isuramu chiiki kenkyu sosho:Islamic Area Studies. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, 2005.: 81-112. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Mamoru:To defend." Toshi no firosofi: toshi towa nani ka, sono honshitsu:Urban philosophy. Edited by Sachio Otani, Masashi Haneda and Kiyomi Wada. Vol. 1, Toshi no anatomii:Urban anatomy. Tokyo: Kochi Shobo, 2004.: 145-169. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Sharudan no 'tsumashii nozomi' to Musurimu shojo no sukafu: kokka no shukyo to kojin no shinko:Chardin's 'modest hope' and the veil of muslim girls: State religion and personal belief." Furansu to sono 'gaibu':France and its 'outside'. Edited by Yojiro Ishii and Yoko Kudo. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, 2004.: 147-169. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Bandare Abbasu to Perushia-wan kaiiki sekai:Bandar Abbas and the Maritime World of the Persian Gulf."Rekishigaku kenkyu:Journal of historical studies, Tokyo: The Historical Science Society of Japan 757 2001.: 1-12. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi. "World Order, Political Unit, Identity." State Formation and Ethnic Relations in the Middle East. Edited by Akira Suzuki. Osaka: The Japan Center for Area Studies, National Museum of Ethnology, 2001.: 1-9.
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Safavi-cho to Isufahan no eiko:Safavid Era and the Glory of Isfahan." Nishi-Ajia-shi:Western Asian History. Edited by Masashi Haneda and Eiji Mano. Vol. 9, Ajia no rekishi to bunka:Asian History and Culture. Tokyo: Dohosha, 2000.: 144-156. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Mittsu no Isuramu kokka:Three Islamic Nations." Isuramu, kan-Indo-yo sekai: 16-18 seiki:World of Islam and Indian Ocean Rim: 16-18th Century. Vol. 14, Iwanami koza sekai rekishi:Iwanami koza World History. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten, 2000.: 3-90. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Emigration of Iranian Elites to India during the 16-18th Centuries."Cahiers d'Asie Centrale 3, no. 4 1997.: 129-143.
  • Haneda, Masashi. "The Pastoral City and the Mausolem City: Nomadic Rule and City Construction in the Eastern Islamic World." Islamic Urbanism in Human History. Edited by Tsugitaka Sato. London: Kegan Paul International Ltd., 1997.
  • Haneda, Masashi. "The Character of the Urbanisation of Isfahan in the Later Safavid Period."Safavid Persia, London and New York: I.B. Tauris & Co.Ltd. 1996.: 369-387.
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Nishi-Ajia, Indo no Musurimu kokka taikei:System of Nation in West Asia, India." Kindai sekai e no michi: hen'yo to masatsu:The Road to the Modern World : Changes and Conflicts. Edited by Rekishi-gaku Kenkyu-kai. Vol. 2, Koza sekai-shi. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, 1995. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Iran: zen-kindai:Iran: Pre Modern." Isuramu kenkyu hando bukku:Hand Book of Islamic Studies. Tokyo: Eikoh Intsitute of Culture and Educaton, 1995. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Maydan et bag. Reflexion a propos de l'urbanisme du Sah Abbas." Acte du Colloque franco-japonais sur les documents provenant de l'Asie centrale. Kyoto, 1990. (in French)
  • Haneda, Masashi. "La famille Huzani d'Isfahan (15-17 siecles)."Studia Iranica, Paris: Librairie Orientaliste Paul Geuthner 18, no. 1 1989. (in French)
  • Haneda, Masashi. Toyoshi-Kenkyu:Journal of Oriental Studies. (in Japanese)
  • Book Reviews

  • Haneda, Masashi. Review of Kaiiki kara mita rekishi:History of the Maritime World, by Hikoichi Yajima. Toyo-shi Kenkyu:The Journal of Oriental Researches, Kyoto: The Society of Oriental Researches 65, no. 4 (2006.: 83-93. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi. Review of Isuramu sekai no toshi kukan:Urban space in the Islamic world, by Hidenobu Jinnai and Yuji Arai. Rekishi-gaku kenkyu:Journal of historical studies, Tokyo: The Historical Science Society of Japan, no. 790 (2004.: 58-60. (in Japanese)
  • Haneda, Masashi. Review of The Economy of Safavid Persia, by Willem Floor. Studia Iranica, Paris: Librairie Orientaliste Paul Geuthner 33, no. 2 (2004.: 309-312. (in French)
  • Conference Proceedings

  • HANEDA, Masashi. "World/Global History and the Positionality of Historians." Presented at the Voyages, Migration and Maritime Silk Road, An International Symposium on China’s Role in Global History, Hong Kong Baptist University, December 7 2015.
  • HANEDA, Masashi. "The Paradox of Asymmetry. Language as a Scale." Presented at the Global History Collaborative, Workshop on Question of Scale in Global History, EHESS, November 5 2015.
  • HANEDA, Masashi. "Global History and a New World History in Japan." Presented at the Global History and Meiji Restoration, University of Heidelberg, July 4 2015.
  • HANEDA, Masashi. "Japanese Perspectives on Global History." Presented at the 3rd Congress of Asian Association of World Historians, Nanyang Technological University, May 29 2015.
  • HANEDA, Masashi. "Japanese Perspectives on Global History." Presented at the Institute of Japanese Studies, Seoul National University, Seoul National University, April 2015.
  • HANEDA, Masashi. "Dialectics between the Self and the Other." Presented at the IARU Presidents' Meeting, The University of Tokyo, March 3 2015.
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Japanese Perspectives on Global History." Presented at the Colloquium Global History, Berlin Free University, December 8 2014.
  • Masashi, Haneda. "History of Japanese Historiography and “Global History”." Presented at the Workshop “Is Global History Truly Global: Positionality of Historians”, Humboldt University Berlin, December 5 2014.
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Education of World/Global History in Japan and Japanese Scholarship." Presented at the Graduate Conference on World/Global History, Princeton University, December 19 2013.
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Age of Global Humanities." Presented at the The 2013 ACHRC Annual Meeting, Spaces and Networks in Humanities, The University of Western Australia, July 9 2013.
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Is the Framework of East Asia Effective in Designing New World/Global History?" Presented at the Workshop East Asia in World History: Dialectics Between the National and Global, Berlin Free University, June 22 2013.
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Towards a History of the World for Global Citizens." Presented at the Workshop on Maritime Perspectives in Eurasian and Indian Ocean World History: Towards a Global History, Indian Ocean World Centre, McGill University, February 17 2013.
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Comments to Professor Conrad’s presentation." Presented at the Global History: Promises, Challenges and Limits, 科研費共同研究「ユーラシアの近代と新しい世界史叙述」, 東京大学東洋文化研究所, October 6 2012. [Link]
  • Haneda, Masashi. "2012.1.12. A New World History and its Limits?" Presented at the UTCP International Meeting 2012 “ALL ENDS UP: Toward the Society of Co-existence”, University of Tokyo, Komaba, January 12 2012.
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Introduction of the Concept of the ‘Islamic World’ into Japan and a World History in Japanese Style." Presented at the Todai Forum 2011 in France, Workshop, Local History in the Context of World/Global History, ENS at Lyon, October 20 2011.
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Modernity and World History." Presented at the International conference “Sites of Modernity”, Department of History, Churalonkorn University, July 20 2011.
  • Haneda, Masashi. "The Concept of the ‘Islamic World’ in Japan in the 1930s and its Significance on the Japanese Worldview." Presented at the Department of East Asian Studies, Princeton University, May 5 2011.
  • Haneda, Masashi. "Creation of the concept of the "Islamic world" in Japan and related al studies." Presented at the Memoires of Zenrekiken, Tokyo, May 2010: 23-29. (in Japanese)
  • Magazine Articles

  • Haneda, Masashi. "Shoso-in to Tokara-go mokuhen:Shosoin and Tokharian characters on a wooden fragment."Ta-bun'ya koryu purojekuto kenkyu nyuzu reta:Newsletter of Research Project on Multi-disciplinal Contacts, Tokyo: Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Tokyo, no. 47 (2004.: 5-6. (in Japanese)
  • Encyclopedia Articles

  • Masashi, Haneda. "Safavid Studies in Japan." Encyclopedia Iranica. New York2008.: 568-569.

Award

 

  • 2006.11 Asia Pasific Award, Asian Affairs Research Council and Mainichi Newspaper
  • 2010.10 Farabi International Award, Islamic Republic of Iran

Contact

*add @ioc.u-tokyo.ac.jp。

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