研究スタッフ

スティール若希 (Jackie F. Steele)

2014-05-27 更新

所属部門 国際日本社会部門 准教授
専門分野 比較政治、政治思想
e-mail steele@iss.u-tokyo.ac.jp

経歴

2012年4月- 東京大学社会科学研究所准教授

2013年度以降の業績

<学術書>

  1. Concilier démocratie et diversité : éssaies de théorie politique, (dir.) Bernard Gagnon and Jackie F. Steele, Peter Lang : Série Diversitas, 2014.

学術論文

  1. 「多様な政治的アイデンティティとクオータ制の広がり―日本の事例から」(Diverse Political Identities and the Potential of Quota Systems: The Japanese Electoral System in Perspective) 共編 三浦まり・江藤幹子「ジェンダー・クオータの比較政治学」2014年 (eds. Mari Miura and Mikiko Eto, Gender Quotas in Comparative Perspectives: Understanding the Increase in Women Representatives
  2. “Gender Quotas: What is all the Fuss? Democratic Electoral Rules and Power-sharing for Diverse Political Identities,” Hogaku (Tohoku University Law Journal), 2014年
  3. « Le Japon est-il une démocratie multinationale? Portrait de la diversité multinationale et intranationale au Japon », dans Vincent Mirza et Catherine Laurent Sédillot (dir.), "Changement et diversité au Japon", Diversité urbaine, vol. 13, no 2.

2012年度までの主要業績

    <出版>

  1. “Gender Equality and Multicultural Conviviality as a Power-Sharing Praxis of Democratic Citizenship”, Miyoko Tsujimura and Mari Osawa(eds.), Gender Equality and Multicultural Conviviality, Tohoku Press, 2010.
  2. “The Politics of Quotas around the World: Asia in Perspective”, with M. Tremblay, Aazar Ayaz and Andrea Fleschenberg(eds.), The Gendered Face of Asian Politics and Women in Pakistani Politics, OUP, 2009.
  3. “Republican Liberty, Marital Naming and the Meaning of Citizenship in Canada & Quebec”, Yasmeen Abu-Laban(ed), Gendering the Nation-State: Canadian and Comparative Perspectives, UBC Press, 2008.
  4. “Electoral Opportunities under a Parallel (Mixed) System: Views of Women Elected to the Japanese House of Representatives”, Miyoko Tsujimura and Emi Yano(eds.), Gender Equality in Japan, Tohoku University Press, pp.119-146, 2007.
  5. “Window of opportunity: Is Quebec ready to adopt an electoral system that fairly represents women?” (with E. Hebert), Inroads, 20:129-135, 2007.
  6. “Paradise Lost? Gender Parity and the Nunavut Experience” (with M. Tremblay), M. Sawer, M. Tremblay and L. Trimble (eds.), Representing Women in Parliament: A Comparative Study, Routledge, pp.221-235, 2006.
  7. Gender Equality in Asia: Policies and Political Participation (edited with Miyoko Tsujimura), Tohoku University Press, 2011.
  8. 『アジアにおけるジェンダー平等:政策と政治参画』(辻村みよ子氏との共編)東北大学出版会, 2012.
  9. “A Reflection upon Japan's Multicultural and Multinational Realities”, Les Cahiers du CRECQ, Vol. 1, No. 2, 2012.
  10. 「日本の衆議院における女性代表:並立制下の「暫定的」措置と機会の拡大」 GEMC Journal, Vol. 5, Tohoku GCOE, 2012.

    <発表>

  1. “Multinational democracy versus Mononational Family Law: What Future for Japanese Citizenship?”, Conférence sur Le féderalisme multinational en perspective : un modéle viable?, CRIDAQ, Universite du Quebec a Montreal, Montreal, 2009.
  2. “Liberte, Diversite, Co-autorite: Towards a Late Modern Praxis of Radical Representative Democratic Coporealpolitiks”, Natality, Embodiment and the Political: Feminist Conversations, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Dundee, Scotland, 2009.
  3. “Gender equality and social diversity in Japan and Canada”, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Ottawa, 2009.
  4. “Re-conceiving Liberty: A Machiavellian Defense of Legislative Quotas in the Democratic Constitution of Late Modern Social Discords (Diversity)”, GCOE Kick-Off Seminar, Global COE on Gender Equality and Multicultural Conviviality, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, 2009.
  5. “Conjuguer liberté et diversité: une synergie prometteuse entre feminismes et républicanismes”, Penser la diversité québécoise, CRIDAQ, Université du Québec á Montréal, Montréal, 2008.
  6. JSAC 25th Anniversary Commemorative Lecture: “Navigating the Surreal in Northern Sendai: No Comms, No Heat, No Lifelines... but Blessed by the Bonds of Community”, Japan Studies Association of Canada Conferece, Ottawa, Canada, 2010-2012.
  7. Discussant, Hagi Seminar Tsujimura Project PT1 Workshop, Tohoku University GCOE, Sendai, 2010-2012.
  8. “Mainstreaming Gender and Diversity into Tohoku Reconstruction: Theoretical and Practical Hurdles”, 東北大学GCOE総括研究会, 2012.
  9. “Beyond the Myth of Homogeneous Japanese Masculinity: Engendering Japan's Multinational Realities”, GCOE Researchers Workshop, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, 2011.
  10. “National Diversity in Japan and Canada: Nation-Building Discourses, Policies, and Political Belonging”, Monthly Workshop, School of Law, Tohoku University.

今後の研究テーマ

(1) 東北復興対策やプロセスにおけるジェンダーや多様性の主流化・代表制
The Integration and Representation of Gender and Diversity in Tohoku Reconstruction Processes and Policies
(2) カナダと日本のCitizenship論,批判的民主主義論,近代代表制民主主義の基礎やプロセス
Citizenship Discourses in Canada and Japan, Critical Democratic Theory, Theoretical Foundations and Processes of Modern Representative Democracy
(3) 議会制度・対策における女性や多様性の代表制
The Representation of Women and Diversity in Parliamentary Processes and Public Policies
(4) 比較選挙制度,批判的選挙制度デザイン,地理・民族・ジェンダー・人種によるクォータ制
Comparative Electoral Systems Design, Quotas promoting Territorial / Ethnic / Linguistic / Gender / Ethno-national Identities and Political Representation

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