(As of 1 Jan, 2017)

INUZUKA Hajime
Professor, Faculty of Law, Hosei University, Tokyo, Japan
History of European Political Thought

ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT

  • Professor, Faculty of Law, Hosei University, 2016.4-
  • Professor in History of Political Thought, Graduate School of Law and Politics, Tohoku University, 2013-2016 (Vice-Dean, Graduate School of Law and Politics, 2014-16)
  • Visiting Scholar, Faculty of History, the University of Cambridge, 2011-2012
  • Associate Professor in History of Political Thought, Graduate School of Law and Politics, Tohoku University, 2010-2013
  • Associate Professor in Politics, Gunma University, 2008-2010
  • Lecturer in Politics, Gunma University, 2006-2008
  • Research Fellow, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, 2003-2006
  • Research Associate in History of Political Thought, Institute of Social Science, the University of Tokyo, 1999-2002

EDUCATION

  • Mar. 2003Ph.D the University of Tokyo
  • Mar. 1996 MA (Law) the University of Tokyo
  • Mar. 1994 BA (Law) the University of Tokyo

SELECTED BOOKS

  • David Hume and the Traditions of Political Thought, Tokyo: The University Press of Tokyo (Dec 2004) ISBN 978-4130362214 [in Japanese]
  • Enlightenment, Reform, and Revolution, editor, Tokyo: Iwanami-shoten (Apr 2014) ISBN 978-4000113526 [in Japanese]

SELECTED ARTICLES

  • An Alternative Idea of Nationalism in Postwar Japan: The case of Maruyama Masao, Patriotism in East Asia (Political Theories in East Asian Context), eds. Jun-hyeok Kwak and Koichiro Matsuda, Routledge, pp.119-135 (2014) 
  • Narratives of Civilization in the Enlightenment Historiography, Enlightenment, Reform, and Revolution, Tokyo: Iwanami-shoten (Apr 2014)  [in Japanese]
  • Political Issues after 3.11, Inaba Kaoru et al. eds., Ima wo Ikiru [Towards the future after the Earthquake], vol.3, Tohoku University Press (Feb 2013) [in Japanese]
  • Varieties of Royalist Political Thought in Stuart England: Clarendon, Hobbes, and the Theory of Mixed Monarchy, Tohoku Law Review 76.3-6 (Aug 2012-Mar 2013) [in Japanese]
  • David Hume in the Context of Post-Confessionalism: On religious policy and institution in the History of England, Shiso 1052 (Nov 2011) [in Japanese]
  • Hume’s Historiography of Scotland, Journal of Social and Information Studies 16 (Mar 2009) [in Japanese]
  • Recent Studies on early Modern Republicanism, 1975-2007, Annals of the Society for the History of Social Thought 32 (Sep 2008) [in Japanese]
  • Political Thought in ‘the Enlightened Narrative’ : Critical Review on Pocock’s Barbarism and Religion, Shiso 1007 (Mar 2008) [in Japanese]
  • Absolutism in the History of Political Thought : The Case of King James VI and I, Journal of Social and Information Studies 14 (Mar 2007)
  • Hume and Republicanism, Tanaka Hideo et al eds., Republicanism, Nagoya: The University Press of Nagoya (Jul 2006) [in Japanese]
  • Roman Historiography as Political Thought in Augustan Britain, Journal of Social Science 53 (Feb 2002) [in Japanese]
  • Edmund Burke: Manners and Political Power, The Journal of the Association of Political and Social Sciences. Kokka Gakkai zassi 110 (Aug 1997) [in Japanese]

RECENT REVIEWS

  • Review of Quentin Skinner, Hobbes and Republican Liberty (Cambridge, 2008) in Studies in British Philosophy 32 (Mar 2009) [in Japanese]
  • Review of Neil McArthur, David Hume's Political Theory: Law, Commerce, and the Constitution of Government (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2007) in The History of Economic Thought 50(2) (Feb 2009) [in Japanese]
  • Review of Japanese Translation of J. G. A. Pocock, Machiavellian Moment (Nagoya: The University Press of Nagoya, 2008) in Asahi Shinbun Ronza 2008-8 (Jul 2008) [in Japanese]

SELECTED TRANSLATIONS

  • Co-Translator of David Hume, The History of England (forthcoming)
  • Chief Translator of J. G. A. Pocock, Discovery of Islands, Nagoya: University of Nagoya Press, (Nov 2013) ISBN 978-4815807528
  • Abridged Translation of Hume's History of England (1)-(5) (with Ikeda Kazuhisa and Susato Ryu), The Economic Review of Kansai University 54-57 (2004-2007)
  • Translator of Andrew Barshay, Modern Japan : Nambara Shigeru and Hasegawa Nyozekan, Hiraishi Naoaki et al. eds. Publicness from the Perspective of Intellectuals, Tokyo: The University Press of Tokyo (Mar 2006)