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last modified:2020/03/26

Associate Professor ABE, David, Kiyoshi

Faculty, Affiliation

Faculty of Letters, Institute of Human and Social Sciences

College and School Educational Field


Laboratory

Academic Background

【Degree】
Ph.D. in International Cooperation Studies

Career

Year & Month of Birth

Academic Society

Award

Specialities

Anthropology

Speciality Keywords

Anthropology, Cultural anthropology

Research Themes

Books

  •  Abe, David Kiyoshi Rural Isolation and the Dual Cultural Existence of the Japanese American Kona Coffee Community, Palgrave Macmillan Palgrave Macmillan 2017/07/19

Papers

  •  The Destruction of Shinto Shrines in Hawaii and the West Coast During World War II: The Lingering Effects of Pearl Harbor and Japanese American Internment David K. Abe Asian Anthropology  2019
  •  The Japanese Shinto Shrines in Early Issei: A Case Study in the Kona Coffee Belt Japanese Community Abe, David Kiyoshi Kinjo Gakuin Daigaku Ronshu Vol.9 No.2 pp.48-61 2014/03
  •  Fourth and Fifth Generation Japanese Buddhist Americans: A Collective Case Studies on The Big Island of Hawaii focusing on the Kona Coffee Community Abe, David Kiyoshi Kinjo Gakuin Daigaku Ronshu Vol.6 No2 pp.117-134 2010/03
  •  Japanese American Sansei: An attempt to theorize and situate Japanese Buddhist Americans Abe, David Kiyoshi Kinjo Gakuin Daigaku Ronshu Vol.5 No.2 pp.160-183 2009/03
  •  Japanese Buddhist Temples in Hawaii: A Case Study of the Daifukuji Soto Shu Mission Abe, David Kiyoshi Bulletin of Tokai Gakuen University, Humanities and Human Wellness Vol.14-A pp.3-22 2008/03

Conference Presentations

  • The Japanese Nisei of the Kona Coffee Farmers: Shinto Shrines Left Destroyed and Hidden National Identities(conference:International Symposium on Culture, Arts, and Literature)(2015/08)
  • Japanese Buddhist Temple in Early Issei: A Case Study in the Kona Coffee Belt Japanese Community(conference: the Asian Conference on Asian Studies)(2014/06/01)
  • Japanese religion in Hawaii - A case study of Japanese Buddhist temple and Shrine in Kona, Hawaii(conference:Nagoya Association for Multicultural Studies (NAMS) Symposium)(2011)

Arts and Fieldwork

Patent

Theme to the desired joint research

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research

○「The Memories of the Japanese Nisei in the Kona Coffee Belt: Shinto Shrines Left Destroyed and National Identities Eternally Hidden.」(2015-2018) 
○「The Japanese Nisei of the Kona Coffee Farmers: Shinto Shrines Left Destroyed and Hidden National Identities」(2014-2015)

Classes (Bachelors)

○American-British Studies: Rhetoric/Composition/Discourse 1E(2017)
○Global Topics in English D1(2017)
○American/British Studies A1(2017)
○American Studies A(2017)
○British Cultural Studies(2017)
○Global Topics in English IIB(2017)
○American/British Studies I(2017)
○Seminar in American/British Studies A(2017)
○Seminar in American/British Studies A(2017)
○American/British Studies A2(2017)
○Global Topics in English D2(2017)
○Seminar in American/British Studies B(2017)
○Seminar in American/British Studies B(2017)
○American-British Studies: Rhetoric/Composition/Discourse 2E(2017)
○English Conversation C(2017)
○Representation in English IB(2017)
○English Composition D(2017)
○English Composition B(2017)
○English Composition C(2017)
○English Conversation D(2017)
○English Composition C(2017)
○Study in Dynamics of British/American Culture 2(2017)
○Seminar in Translation theory(2017)
○Study in Dynamics of British/American Culture(2017)
○Cultural Study of English-Speaking Region(2017)
○Study in Dynamics of British/American Culture 1(2017)
○American-British Studies: Rhetoric/Composition/Discourse E(2017)
○British Cultural Studies E(2017)
○Common English 2(2017)
○English for Academic Purposes IV(2017)
○English for Academic Purposes III(2017)
○Freshman Seminar I(2017)
○English for Academic Purposes III(2017)
○English for Academic Purposes IV(2017)
○English for Academic Purposes I(2017)
○English for Academic Purposes I(2017)
○Cultural Study of English-Speaking Region B(2017)
○English Conversation D(2016)
○Translation theory(2016)
○Cultural Study of English-Speaking Region A(2016)
○Seminar in American/British Studies B(2016)
○Seminar in American/British Studies A(2016)
○Seminar in American/British Studies A(2016)
○Seminar in American/British Studies B(2016)
○English Composition B(2016)
○Introduction to International Studies 2(2016)
○English Composition C(2016)
○English Conversation C(2016)
○Basic Study in British/American Culture(2016)
○Introduction to International Studies(2016)
○Representation in English IA(2016)
○English for Academic Purposes IV(2016)
○English for Academic Purposes IV(2016)
○English for Academic Purposes I(2016)
○English for Academic Purposes III(2016)
○Freshman Seminar I(2016)
○English for Academic Purposes I(2016)
○English for Academic Purposes III(2016)
○Global Topics in English IIA(2016)

Classes (Graduate Schools)

○Lecture on American Studies Ia(2017)
○Lecture on American Studies IIa(2017)
○Lecture on American Studies IIb(2017)
○Lecture on American Studies Ib(2017)
○Study in British and American Culture Ia(2017)
○Study in British and American Culture Ib(2017)
○Study in British and American Culture IIa(2016)
○Study in British and American Culture Ib(2016)
○Lecture on American Studies II(2016)
○Lecture on American Studies Iib(2016)
○Lecture on American Studies I(2016)
○Lecture on American Studies Iia(2016)
○British and American Culture Ia(2016)
○Topics in Curriculum Content of English E(2016)
○Seminar in Curriculum Content of English E(2016)
○British and American Culture Ib(2016)
○Study in British and American Culture Ia(2016)
○Study in British and American Culture IIb(2016)

International Project

International Students

Lecture themes

Others (Social Activities)

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