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Visiting Research Scholar

Hassan Kamal HARB

Hassan Kamal HARB

  • Specialized Field(s)
    Modern・enlightenment thought (modernization in Japan & Egypt)
  • Current Research Themes
    The Criticism of Minobe Tatsukichi and Ali Abdelrazek against The Absolute Monarchy-Focusing on [Kenpou Kouwa] and [Al-Islam Wa Usul Al-Hukm]-
  • Keywords for Research
    Modern state, absolute monarchy, the theory of the emperor as an organ of the government, Caliphate(Islamic) governing system
Professional Experience
  • 2003
    teaching assistant, Cairo University-Faculty of Arts
  • 2012
    Lecturer, Cairo University-Faculty of Arts
  • 2017
    Visiting Research Scholar, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
  • 2017
    Associate Professor, Cairo University-Faculty of Arts
Degree(s)
  • 2010
    Doctoral degree, Osaka University
Achievements
Articles
  • 「井上円了の思想における仏教と外教の論争-『日本の政教論』を中心に—」 『Hermes』、Cairo University、Cairo、2017年4月
  • (“The Controversy between Buddhism and Foreign Religions in Enryo Inoue's Thought - Theory of Politics and Religion in Japan- ,” April 2017)
  • 「福澤諭吉の伝統批判に関する先行研究の再評価ー仏教を中心ー」 『Logos』、Cairo University、Cairo、2016年7月
  • (“Reevaluation of Previous Studies concerning Fukuzawa Yukichi's view to the Japanese traditional culture ,” July 2016)
  • 「福澤諭吉の宇宙論における『陰陽五行』と近代的解釈に関する一研究」 『Faculty of Languages & Translation's Journal』、Al-Azhar University、Cairo、2016年7月
  • (“"Fukuzawa Yukichi’s Traditional Understanding and Modern Interpretation of the Theory of Universe",” July 2016)
  • 「貝原益軒と近代日本の啓蒙家における類似点に関する一考察」 『Faculty of Languages & Translation's Journal』、Al-Azhar University、Cairo、2014年1月
  • (“A study about the Points of similarity between Kaibara Ekiken and Modern Japanese Enlightenment Thinkers,” January 2014)
  • 「小幡篤次郎の啓蒙活動の礎に関する再評価ー『天変地異』を中心ー」 『Journal Egyptian Historian- Faculty of Arts 』、Cairo University、Cairo、2013年1月
  • (“A reevaluation of the foundation of the Enlightening activities of Tokujiro Obata,” January 2013)