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March 8th, 2022 Volume.13 (166 pages)
Europe in the face of disasters: Past and Present
Preface
Masanori Sakano

Articles
– Roman Disasters: Current Trends in Disaster Research Studies and a Case Study of Campania
Aki Nakagawa
– Las rogativas celebradas por la Iglesia de Toledo en el reinado de Felipe II
Shunta Uchimura
– L’évêque de Marseille et la genèse de l’espace pénitentiel lors de la peste de 1720-1722
Masanori Sakano
– What a Red Cross mission observed in Eastern Europe: Humanitarian crises in the aftermath of the Great War
Hazuki Tate
– Die Rolle der Kirche in der Corona-Krise: Perspektiven aus Deutschland
Goro Christoph Kimura
Submitted Articles
– Analyse du discours sur le communautarisme : De la dénonciation pour antirépublicanisme à la reconnaissance antirépublicaine
Eriko Oshima
– L’état actuel de l’Église catholique en France vu à travers les scandales sexuels des prêtres : Chute des autorités institutionnelles et des leaders charismatiques
Kiyonobu Date
– Immigration Politics in the Netherlands: The Recent Rise of Multicultural Political Parties and the Resultant Growth of Political Polarization
Tomo Oyama
Visit Report
– L’exposition de Félix Fénéon au musée de l’Orangerie à Paris : Les temps nouveaux, de Seurat à Matisse
Kazuaki Yoshimura

Sophia European Studies Series

叢書13

March 16th, 2021 Volume.13 (170 pages)
“Comparative and Contrastive Studies in Slavic Languages and Literatures―Japanese Contributions to the Sixteenth International Congress of Slavists―”

Table of Contents

– Preface Shin’ichi Murata
【Articles】
– Extrapolating Historical Language Change from Linguistic Maps: The Formation of the Personal Pronoun System in Macedonian Yumi Nakajima
– The Twelve Dreams of King Shahaisha: Comparison of early Russian and South Slavonic copies Keiko Mitani
– Славянская драматургия эпохи модернизма и постмодерна, посвященная первой жене Адама: карнавальные мотивы в пьесах об Адаме и Лилит Синъити Мурата
– The Strangers Known To Émigrés in the 1950’s: Remizov’s “Literary Salon” in Paris  Hikaru Ogura
– Аллегорический образ «смерти-свадьбы» в славяно-балканском фольклоре Ичиро Ито

Film Seminar

20150310映ゼミ

March 3rd, 2015 (37 pages).

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