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Hosei University 
Faculty of Sustainability Studies 
Department of Sustainability Studies 

Associate Professor 
SAEKI Eiko 


 

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Update:2017/12/08 

Academic background
University of Hawaii at Manoa  Department of Anthropology  2003  Graduated  United States of America 
University of Hawaii at Manoa  Department of Sociology  Master course  2006  Graduated  United States of America 
Rutgers University  Department of Sociology  Doctor later  2017  Graduated  United States of America 

Academic degrees
修士  ハワイ大学マノア校  2006/09 
Ph.D.  Rutgers University  2017 

Research Areas
ジェンダー 医療社会学 文化社会学 身体の社会学 

Bibliography
History and Politics of Abortion.  Eiko Saeki  “Abortion, Infanticide and a Return to the Gods: Politics of Pregnancy in Pre-Modern Japan.”  19-33  Ashgate  2017 
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Papers
Doctoral Thesis  Single  “Contested Boundaries of Personhood: The Moral Status of the Fetus and Infant in Late Tokugawa Japan.”  Eiko Saeki  Rutgers University  2017 
Research paper (bulletin of university, research institution)  Single  “Medicine, Midwifery and Modernization: The Politics of Reproduction in Meiji Japan.”  Eiko Saeki  Japan Studies: The Frontier.  6, 7-19  2013/03 
Research paper (scientific journal)  Single  “Democracy and Troubled Autonomy: Sectarian Politics and Civil Society in Japan.”  Eiko Saeki  Journal of Civil Society.  7/ 4, 385-405  2011 
Master Thesis  Single  “Practice of Democracy: Women’s Democratic Club and Civil Society in Postwar Japan.”  University of Hawaii at Manoa  2006 
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Research presentations
Oral presentation(general)  “A sprit or a child: Social positions of the fetus and the infant in the Tokugawa period.”  European Association for Japanese Studies 2017 Conference  2017 
Oral presentation(general)  “Development of Obstetrics and the Emergence of Fetal Personhood in the Late Tokugawa Period.”  The Eighth Meeting of the Asian Society for the History of Medicine  2016 
Public discourse, seminar, tutorial, course, lecture and others  “Women’s Action Network and the History of Feminism in Japan.” Special Seminar Series, “Critical Conclusions.”  Special Seminar Series, “Critical Conclusions.”  2014 
Oral presentation(general)  “Deaths at the early margin of life: Miscarriage, stillbirth, and the genesis of life in the late Tokugawa period in Japan.”  International Conference on Perceptions of Life and Death: Japan and India.  2014 
Oral presentation(general)  “The Modernization of Birth: Hygiene, Medicine, and Midwifery in Meiji Japan.”  American Sociological Association Annual Meeting  2013 
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Alloted class
Japanese Society and Sustainability 1 
Research Methods 1 
Seminar 
Seminar 
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