Symposium / The 34th Japan Association for Middle East Studies (JAMES) Annual Meeting
"The Crusades in Relation to Present Day: Europe, the Middle East, and Japan"
The 34th Japan Association for Middle East Studies (JAMES) Annual Meeting (co-organized by NIHU Area Studies Project for the Modern Middle East, Center for Islamic Studies (Sophia University), organized by Japan Association for Middle East Studies (JAMES), and cooperated by the Faculty of Global Studies) hold a symposium titled "The Crusades in Relation to Present Day: Europe, the Middle East, and Japan".
The Crusades constitute a historical encounter involving the European and Islamic worlds. Yet, this encounter not only engendered an enhancing of their economic and cultural links, one might say it served also as a means for people of both worlds to accept and concede the concept of “others” and their mutual existence. Later however the concept was divorced from its historical context, and associated in a variety of ways with politics, economics, and culture. In this lecture, we shall discuss the problems associated with the Crusades, both as historical events and contemporary issues.
【Date & Time】
Saturday, May 12, 2018 13:00-16:45
Building 6 (Sophia Tower), Room 307, Sophia University
13：00-13：05 Opening Address and Focus of the Lecture
KISAICHI Masatoshi （Sohia University）
13：05-13：45 The Crusades Viewed from the Standpoint of European History
SAKURAI Yasuto （Tohoku Gakuin University）
13：45-14：25 The Crusades Viewed from the Standpoint of Islamic History
OHTA Keiko （Hokkaido University）
14：25-15：05 The Crusades Viewed from the Standpoint of Historical Education
MATSUMOTO Taka'aki （Tokyo Komaba Public High School）
15：05-15：45 The Crusades Viewed as a Discourse
HOSAKA Shuji （The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan）
15：45-16：00 Short Breaks
16：00-16：45 Discussion & Concluding Address
KISAICHI Masatoshi（Sohia University）
Admission Free / Reservation Not Required