School personnel information








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  • 2007.10.01 - 2012.03.31, Research Institute for World Languages, Associate Professor

  • 2012.04.01 - , Studies in Language and Society, Graduate School of Language and Culture, Associate Professor

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Ambedkar University, Agra K. M. Insititute Postgraduate Course (Ph. D. In Hindi) Completed Ph.D. in Hindi 1999.12

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  • Bhakti
    Religious studies-related

  • Medieval and Modern Hindi Literature
    Literature in general-related

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  • American Oriental Society

  • The Japan Society of Folk-Literature and Tradition

  • The Japanese Association of Indian and Buddhist Studies

  • The Japanese Association for South Asian Studies


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  • The historical development of Hindi metrical rhythm, Hiroko Nagasaki,The University of Chicago, Center in Delhi, 2019.02, Conference Report / Oral Presentation

  • Braj bhasha—language and literature, Hiroko Nagasaki,Seminar on “The Dialects and Literature of Hindi”, 2018.12, Conference Report / Oral Presentation

  • The Rhythm of Early Hindi Poetry as Reflected in the Piṅgala Literature, Hiroko Nagasaki,13th International Conference on Early Modern Literatures in North India, 2018.07, International Conference(Proceedings)

  • Metrical rhythm of Hindi, Hiroko Nagasaki,(9) 56-76, 2018.03, Papers(In Japanese)

  • Learning and Studying Hindi in Japan,Asia mein Hindi: East Asian Perspectives on Hindi Studies, 2017.10, International Conference(Proceedings)

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  • Special, Duality in the Language and Literary Style of Raskhan's Poetry In Text and Tradition in Early Modern North India, Hiroko Nagasaki, Oxford University Press, ISBN, 9780199478866, 2018.01

  • Special, "Matra in Bhakti Poetry and Pero-Arabic Metres" In Bhakti Beyond the Forest: Current Research on Early Modern Religious Literatures in North India 2003-2009, Hiroko Nagasaki, ISBN, 8173049823, 2013.10