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Hosei University 
Faculty of Social Sciences 
Department of Sociology 

Professor 
HORIKAWA Saburo 


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Career
Graduate School of Human Relations, Keio Univeristy  1987/04/01-1988/03/31 
Graduate School of Human Relations, Keio University  1990/04/01-1991/03/31 
Ryutsu Keizai University  1992/04/01-1997/03/31 
国立伊東温泉病院附属看護学校 非常勤講師  1992/09/01-1993/12/01 
Post-Doctoral Fellow, the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  1994/04/01-1995/07/01 
Department of Sociology, Toyo University  1995/04/01-1996/03/01 
Department of Sociology, Hosei University  1995/04/01-1996/03/01 
Research Associate, Department of Sociology, University of Chiba  1995/08/01-1997/03/01 
Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Hosei University  1997/04/01-2001/03/31 
Department of Political Science, Keio University  1999/04/01-2000/03/31 
Department of Engineering, University of Chiba  1999/04/01-2000/03/31 
Visiting Associate Professor, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, the University of Tokyo  2001/04/01-2003/03/31 
Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Hosei University  2001/04/01-2007/03/31 
Visiting Scholar, The Edwin O. Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies, Harvard University (Cambridge, Massacgusetts, U.S.A.)  2004/04/01-2006/03/31 
Department of Sociology, Tokyo Women's Christian University  2006/09/01-2007/03/31 
Professor, Department of Sociology, Hosei University  2007/04/01-Present 
Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Keio University  2008/04/01-2010/03/31 
Lecturer, Department of Political Science, Keio University  2010/04/01-2012/03/31 
Lecturer, Department of Sociology, the University of Tokyo  2012/04/01-2013/03/31 
Associate in Research, The Edwin O. Reishauer Institute of Japanese Studies, Harvard University  2013/01/10-2019/06/30 
Visiting Scholar, Graduate School of Sociology, Keio Univeristy  2013/04/01-2014/03/31 
Lecturer, Department of Architecture, Kogakuin University  2015/04/01-2016/08/31 
Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Graduate School of Human Relations, Keio University  2017/04/01-2020/03/31 
Visiting Scholar, Graduate School of Sociology, Keio Univeristy  2018/04/01-2020/03/31 

Academic background
Chuo University  Faculty of Letters  Department of Sociology  1987/03/31  Graduated 
Keio University  Graduate School, Division of Politics  M.A. Program in Political Science  Doctor prophase  1990/03/31  Completed 
Keio University  Graduate School of Human Relations  Ph.D. program in Sociology  Doctor later  1994/03/31  Withdrawn after completion of required course credits 

Academic degrees
Ph.D. in Sociology  Keio University  2014/09/19 
M.A. in Political Sociology  Keio University  1990/03/25 

Licenses and qualifications
専門社会調査士  2006/10/01 

Current state of research and teaching activities
environmental sociology, urban sociology, Sociology of Historic Preservation, US-Japan Comparison, urban renewal 

Research Areas
Environmental Sociology 
Urban Sociology 
Sociology 

Research keywords
environmental sociology 
urban sociology 
social research 
fieldwork 
historic environment 
historic preservation 
conservation 
space/place 
urban planning 
grassroots movement 
social movement 
memory 
collective memory 
Minamata 
Otaru 
townscape 
national trust 
U.S.-Japan comparison 
St. Louis 
Washington 
D.C. 
Boston 
urban history 
redevelopment 
smart growth 

Subject of research
Sociology of Historic Preservation  historic preservation, space, place, urban planning  1984-Present 
Historic Preservation Movement: A Japan-U.S. Comparison  historic preservation, urban redevelopment, urban politics, place, space, grassroots movement, civil society, townscape, landscape, memory, Otaru, St. Louis  2007-2012 
The Great Fire of Motomachi, Izu Ohshima, 1965: An Environmental Sociological Study  Izu Ohshima, Motomachi, Tokyo, Japan, recovery from disaster, fire, community, grassroots movement, resilience, environmental sociology, sociology of disaster  2010-Present 
Townscape Preservation and the Public Sphere: A Japan-U.S. Comparison  preservation, townscape, landscape, landmarks, social movement, urban governance, sociology, Otaru, St. Louis (MO)  2011-2015 
「没落都市」の再生と景観保存——政策の移転可能性の日米比較  都市社会学,環境社会学,都市計画,町並み保存,歴史的環境,保存運動,景観政策,再開発,没落都市,日米比較,セントルイス,小樽  2017/04/01-2021/03/31 

Bibliography
友枝敏雄・山田真茂留・平野孝典編『社会学で描く現代社会のスケッチ』  堀川三郎  「なぜ原発は東京にはないのか?」  pp.105-113  みらい  2019/08/20  978-4-86015-485-1 
Nuclear Power Plant Disaster and the Evacuation: A Chronology  Saburo Horikawa, et al., eds.  Suirensha  2018/03/11  978-4-86369-532-0 
Why Place Matters: A Sociological Study on a Historic Preservation Movement in Otaru, Japan, 1965-2016  Saburo Horikawa  University of Tokyo Press  2018/02/20  978-4-13-056114-3 
都市ガヴァナンスの社会学的実証研究(5):2015年度法政大学社会学部社会調査実習報告書  Saburo HORIKAWA and Yudai MATSUYAMA, eds.  法政大学社会学部社会調査実習室  2016/03/30 
A Sociological Study on Historic Preservation Movements in the U.S. and Japan: A Preliminary Study  Daiichi Seimei Zaidan  2015/03/31 
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Papers
Research paper (scientific journal)  Single  「変化の社会学」は誕生したのか:小川伸彦氏の書評に応えて  堀川三郎  三田社会学  慶應義塾大学三田社会学会  24, 196-198  2019/07/06  1349-1458 
Research paper (scientific journal)  Single  Discoveries of Chronologies as a Method: Thoughts after Editing Nuclear Power Plant and the Evacuation: A Chronology  Horikawa, Saburo  Research on Environmental Disruption  Iwanami Shoten  48/ 1, 52-55  2018/07/25  0918-7537 
Joint  座談会 記録の力 : 年表とアーカイブズ  堀川 三郎, 小林 直毅, 清水 善仁, 長谷部 俊治  サステイナビリティ研究  法政大学サステイナビリティ研究教育機構  8, 59-83  2018/03  2185-260X  URL 
Research paper (scientific journal)  Single  日本における環境社会学の勃興と「制度化」 : ひとつの試論 (有末賢教授退職記念号)  堀川 三郎  法学研究 = Journal of law, politics and sociology  慶應義塾大学法学研究会  90/ 1, 379-406  2017/01  0389-0538  URL  有末賢教授退職記念号一. はじめに二. 対象と方法 : 環境社会学と制度化アプローチ三. 「公害」から「環境」へ : 日本における環境社会学の誕生と展開四. 環境社会学会の「制度化」五. 何を得て, 何を失ったのか : 制度化の帰結と再生への展望 
(MISC) Introduction and explanation (scientific journal)  Single  RC24 Environment and Society: A New Paradigm from East Asia?  Advances in Social Research  14, 54-55  2015/03/30  2188-8450 
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Research presentations
Oral presentation(general)  What Have We Gained and Lost Along the Way?: The Rise and Institutionalization of Environmental Sociology in Japan  The 3rd ISA Forum of Sociology  2016/07/13  Japanese environmental sociology is like a “black hole.” It constantly absorbs the world’s latest theoretical innovations so diligently but without emitting any research findings of its own, making itself unavailable to the world outside. It is because almost all its entire literature has been written in a minority language, Japanese. But is that the only reason for being a “black hole”? The Japanese Association for Environmental Sociology (JAES) is the world’s largest academic association in the field of environmental sociology. It has been publishing the world’s very first journal dedicated to the discipline since 1995. Why, then, has the established field of study as such become a “black hole”? The language barrier does not seem to explain it all. This paper, therefore, tries to make the ”black hole” visible, by portraying the present state of Japanese environmental sociology and the recent challenges it faces. By adapting the “institutional approach” by Philip Selznick, the author analyses the rise of the discipline in Japan in the 1970s-80s, focusing on what it has gained and lost through the process of growing into such an established field. 
Oral presentation(invited, special)  To Preserve “Katachi” is to Protect Post-war Democracy: The Rise and Irony of Historic Preservation Movements in Japan  Reischauer-Keio Research Project “Constitution” of Postwar Japan: The First Workshop & Conference “History, Historians, and Public Issues”  2015/12/16  URL 
Oral presentation(general)  “Chronology as a Method: A New Challenge for Environmental Sociology in the Post-Fukushsima Era.”  Pre-Congress Conference “Sustainability and Environmental Sociology”  2014/07/13 
Oral presentation(general)  A Turning Point or Another Forgotten Piece of History?: Lessons learned in the Bucheon Symposium and the Agenda for Nanjing  the 4th International Symposium on Environmental Sociology in East Asia  2013/11/03 
Oral presentation(invited, special)  Beyond "Archival Epokhe"  the 86th Annual Meeting, the Japan Sociological Society  2013/10/13 
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Prizes
Isomura Memorial Prize, the Japan Association for Urban Sociology  Horikawa, Saburo [2018] Why Place Matters: A Sociological Study on a Historic Preservation Movement in Otaru, Japan, 1965-2016. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press.  2019/09/05 
Ishikawa Prize, the City Planning Institute of Japan  Horikawa, Saburo [2018] Why Place Matters: A Sociological Study on a Historic Preservation Movement in Otaru, Japan, 1965-2016. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press.  2019/05/31 
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Memberships of academic societies
Japanese Association for Environmental Sociology  1990/03/01-Present 
International Sociological Association  1992/07/01-Present 
日本都市社会学会 
日本社会学会 
関東社会学会 
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