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MATSUDA Toshihiko

MATSUDA Toshihiko

  • Specialized Field(s)
    History of Japanese and Korean relations
  • Current Research Themes
    I am currently studying medical care and sanitation policy in Korea under Japanese rule. Particularly through the activities of the famous bacteriologist Shiga Kiyoshi, famous for discovering the dysentery bacterium, I examine relations between Japanese doctors and Korean society as well as world changes in medical research centered on the United States and how those changes were related to the Japanese empire.
  • Keywords for Research
    Colony, Korea, the police, suffrage, Toa Renmei Movement (East Asia League Movement), Korean residents in Japan, Kiyoshi Shiga
Education
  • 1989
    B. A., Kyoto University
  • 1991
    M. A, Kyoto University
  • 1993
    Ph. D. Course, Kyoto University
Professional Experience
  • 1992
    Research Assistant, Promotion of Scientific Research, MEXT
  • 1993
    Assistant Professor, Faculty of Letters, Kyoto University
  • 1996
    Full-time Lecturer, Department of Commerce and Economics, Kobe University of Commerce
  • 1998
    Assistant Professor, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
  • 2000
    Fellow Researcher (as a long-term overseas researcher designated by the Education Ministry), Institute of Economic Research, Department of Social Sciences, Seoul National University, South Korea
  • 2007
    Associate Professor, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
  • 2013
    Professor, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
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Academic Society Membership
  • Workshop of History of Korean Residents in Japan
  • Japan Colonization Study Group
  • Korean History Study Group
  • The Association for Korean Modern and Contemporary History
  • Korean History Research Institute