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Researcher's Profile

Associate Professor

Satoshi IKEUCHI

Islamic Political Thought

Biography

2001.03
Completion of the doctoral course in Middle East studies, The University of Tokyo(UTokyo)
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2001.04
Research Fellow, Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO
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2004.04
Associate Professor, International Research Center for Japanese Studies and Graduate University for Advanced Studies
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2007.12
Visiting Professor, Alexandria University(-2008.03)
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2008.10
Associate Professor, RCAST, UTokyo
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2009.10
Visiting Scholar, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars(-2009.12)
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2010.04
Visiting Fellow, University of Cambridge(-2010.09)

Research Interests

Researches on the role of Islam in global political society are conducted from the history of political thought and social theory approaches. Topics covered are as follows:
Islamic political thought in its contemporary development; Influences of Islam on the political action and mobilization in the Muslim world; Analysis of the formation of global Muslim public sphere; Islamic theory of state, power and legitimacy; Human responsibility to God and society; Islamic theory of war and peace; Islamic influence to the international politics of the Middle East and North Africa; theories of Islamic science and technology; theory of Islamic economics.



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