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Tomohiro Kambayashi

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I am an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the School of Social Sciences, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, Japan. I finished writing up my dissertation and received Ph.D. in March 2020. My dissertation focuses on South African black education and the uses of history in South African politics. I was a visiting researcher at WISER (Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research at the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa) from October 2017 to June 2019. I am interested in uncovering the African experience of racial segregation and apartheid in South Africa by using vernacular (isiZulu) and English text written by African people as the main source. My current research interest is the connection between writing history in African languages, especially in isiZulu, and segregationist/apartheid governance in South Africa.






In English

Kambayashi, Tomohiro. 2018a. “History Learning and Political Consciousness: Examination of Historical Writings of African Students in South Africa.” United Nations University Global Leadership Training Programme in Africa 2017, Activity Report of Field Research.

———. 2018b. “‘The Result Has Been Disastrous’: Maurice S. Evans’s Case for Territorial Segregation in South Africa and the American South as Evidence.” In African Languages and Literature in a Globalized World, 23–52. Seoul: Dahae Publishing.

In Japanese 

Kambayashi, Tomohiro (上林朋広).  2016a. “キリー・キャンベルの収集活動から見る歴史意識の変容.” In アーカイブズの現在・未来・可能性を考える : 歴史研究と歴史教育の現場から, edited by 渡辺尚志, 273–319. 法政大学出版局. (Killie Campbell’s Africana Collecting and the Transformation of Historical Consciousness).

———. 2016b. “南アフリカにおけるアメリカ南部黒人教育の受容 (特集 越境空間から読み解くアメリカ).” 歴史評論, no. 792 (April): 46–60. (Contours of Adaptation: American Black Education in South Africa).

———. 2020. “ズールー・ナショナリズムと人種隔離政策 : 創られた「伝統」の変容・浸透・放棄の過程.” 博士論文, 一橋大学社会学研究科. (Ph.D. Dissertation, Zulu Nationalism and Racial Segregation: the Process of Transformation, Infiltration, and Rejection of the Invented "Tradition")

———. 2020. “読書行為の規定と越境 : 南アフリカにおける書物・出版文化史研究動向の紹介.” 書物・出版と社会変容 24 (March): 176–90. (Review Essay on Book History and Print Culture in South Africa).