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Visiting Research Fellow

Alari ALLIK

Alari ALLIK

  • Specialized Field(s)
    Medieval literature
  • Current Research Themes
    Place and Identity in Medieval Japanese Buddhist Literature
  • Keywords for Research
Professional Experience
  • 2000
    Lecturer of Japanese Language and Culture, Estotnian Insititute of Humanities
  • 2004
    Lecturer of Japanese Studies, Tallinn University
  • 2018
    JF Research Fellow, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Degree(s)
  • 2015
    PhD, Tallinn University
Achievements
Books
  • Sada Luuletust, sada luuletajat, Biblotheca Asiatica, Tallinn University Press, Tallinn, 2014
  • Mägikodu, Biblotheca Asiatica, Tallinn University Press, Tallinn, 2012
Articles
  • “Lived Present in Genshin's "Essentials of Rebirth",” Buddhism in texts: Interpretations and re-interpretations of Buddhist heritage., Tartu University, Tartu, 2018
  • “Wandering Without Moving: Nomadic Lifestyle of Japan's Medieval Hermits,” The Journal of Interior Architecture Research 3, Estonian Association of Interior Architects, Tallinn, 2017, pp.9-28
  • “Multiple Chōmeis: The Last Moment of Contemplation in Hosshinshū and Hōjōki,” Rethinking "Japanese Studies" from Practices in the Nordic Region, International Research Centre for Japanese Studies, Kyoto, 2014, pp.89-103
  • 「説話と自己語り―『発心集』における目撃される死」 『日本文学からの批評理論 : 亡霊・想起・記憶』、笠間書院、東京、2014年、pp.134-166
  • 「読者としての長明─保胤の記述に『自己』を見出すこと」 『中世の随筆 成立・展開と文体』 中世文学と隣接諸学、竹林舎、東京、2014年、pp.230-261