Graduate School of Political Science, Professor
Political Thought in Asia, Ph.D.
Research Project Leader
Social Integration and Networking

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UMEMORI, Naoyuki is Professor of School of Political Science & Economics at Waseda University. He graduated from Waseda University (B.A.& M.A.) and The University of Chicago (Ph.D.). His specialty is History of Modern Japanese Political Thought. His research interests include: social theory, nationalism, colonialism, Asianism, socialism, and anarchism. In addition to numerous articles for Japanese journals, his dissertation, "Modernization through Colonial Mediations: the Establishment of the Police System in Meiji Japan" (Submitted to The University of Chicago, 2002) is available in English. He is also the translator of Harry Harootunian Overcome by Modernity: History, Culture, and Community in Interwar Japan (Princeton University Press, 2001).

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