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KATO Hitoshi


Keyword

Buddhist Studies

Gender

Male

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  • 2007.10.01 - 2010.03.31, Center for Japanese Language and Culture, Associate Professor

  • 2010.04.01 - , Center for Japanese Language and Culture, Professor

  • 2012.04.01 - , Studies in Japanese Language and Culture, Graduate School of Language and Culture

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Keio University Faculty of Law  Graduated 1981.03
Otani University Faculty of Literature  Graduated 1985.03
Otani University Graduate School, Division of Letters  Completed 1987.03
Otani University Graduate School, Division of Letters  Accomplished credits for doctoral program 1990.03
 

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  • Children’s Literature and Education according to Iwaya Sazanami (1870-1933): Building a Bridge between Edo Tradition and Meiji Modernity, LISA BEKE, HITOSHI KATO,The 4th RSU International Research Conference on Science and Technology, Social Science, and Humanities 2019, 2019.04, International Conference(Non Proceeding)

  • Future Potentials of Remote Classroom Observations of Japanese Language Teacher Training, FUJIHIRA MANAMI, SUZUKI MOTONOBU, NISHIO NOBUHIRO, IMANISHI TOSHIYUKI, WATANABE SHIO, KOMORI MARI, KATO HITOSHI, Study of Classroom Practice No.17,29-48, 2019.03, Papers(In Japanese)

  • Future Potentials of Remote Classroom Observations of Japanese Language Teacher Training, HITOSHI KATO, KOMORI MARI, SUZUKI MOTONOBU, NISHIO NOBUHIRO, IMANISHI TOSHIYUKI, WATANABE SHIO,The 12th International Symposium for Japanese Language Education and Japanese Studies(The Open University of Hong Kong), 2018.12, International Conference(Proceedings)(In Japanese)

  • Teaching Japanese Studies Courses in Japanese to International Students, HITOSHI KATO,The Second Annual Symposium, “Japan in the World and the World in Japan: A Methodological Approach”(Otemae University), 2016.12, International Conference(Non Proceeding)

  • Enryo Inoue's historical view of Buddhism in his work, Japanese Buddhism (1912), HITOSHI KATO,The 11th International Symposium for Japanese Language Education and Japanese Studies(The Open University of Hong Kong), 2016.11, International Conference(Proceedings)(In Japanese)

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  • Special, Interlinking Linguistics and Literature: To Read Japanese Literary Texts, Hitoshi Kato,Anbika Basu,Samanthika Lokugamage,Unita Sachidanand,Mohammad Moinuddin,M. V. Lakshmi,Gita A Keeni,Rupa Singh,Janashruti Chandra (18 others), Northern Book Centre, New Delhi (India), ISBN, 8172113862, 2018.09