Ph.D. in History, Murdoch University, Australia
  Assistant Prof. and Associate Prof., Kagoshima Univ. (1987-1993)
  Associate Prof. and Professor,Osaka City Univ. Graduate School of Literature and Human Sciences (1993-2013)
  Professor, Waseda University, G. S. of Asia-Pacific Studies (2013- present)

■Field of Specialization:
 Ethno-history of Asia, History of International Relations
■Research Theme:
 Ethno-history of Maritime Southeast Asia, Modern History of Asia–Japan Relations
■Major Works Publications Awards:
 【Major Works】
  ・Japanese in Modern Philippine History, Waseda University, Instisute of Asian-pacific studies(2014)
  ・A Walk Through War Memories in Southeast Asia, Metro Manila: New Day Publishers (2010)
  ・Mindanao Ethnohistory beyond Nations: Maguindanao, Sangir, and Bagobo Societies in East Maritime Southeast Asia, Metro Manila: Ateneo de Manila University Press (2007)
    The 20th Masayoshi Ohira Memorial Award (2004)
■Academic Societies / Service to Society:
 【Academic Societies】
   Philippine National Historical Society (a member of the international advisory board for The Journal of History),  
  Ugnayang Pang-Aghamtao (UGAT) (Anthropological Association of the Philippines),
  Association for Asian Studies, U.S.A.

■Research Project:
  MA: Japan in Asia
          ※MA: Not available for April 2019 and September 2019 Admission(Sabbatical leave from Feb. 2019 to Feb. 2020)
  PhD: Asia-Japan Relations in Modern History
■Research theme, outline of project research seminar, message to prospects:
  The project research is intended to help students grasp Japan's relations with Southeast Asia and East Asia in modern history. It attempts to search for a new approach to historical studies beyond modern document-based study. We study a global society from the viewpoint of the following four perspectives: global (world), regional (wider area), national (nation), and local (rural). Also, we try to rewrite a history from the viewpoint of a maritime people.
Please enjoy preparing and writing your thesis, so that I can enjoy reading it.
■Web Page/ Researcher DB:
http://booklog.kinokuniya.co.jp/hayase/  [Book Review Blog]



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