Mamoru FUJITA

Mamoru FUJITA

Assistant Professor
Faculty of Environment and Information Studies
Graduate School of Media and Governance
DegreesB.A. in Latin American Studies, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, University of Tokyo. M.Phil. in Development Studies, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex. Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Area Studies, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Tokyo.
Other Positions Currently HeldPart-time Lecturer at Kanagawa University
Short Biography1999 BA in Latin American Studies with a minor in International Relations, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, University of Tokyo
2002 M.Phil. in Development Studies, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex

2002-2006 Advisor on Political and Economic Affairs, Embassy of Japan in Bolivia, La Paz
2007-2008 Visiting Researcher, Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
2008-2010 Research Fellow (Category DC2), Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS)
2009-2010 Investigador adscrito, Academia Diplomática Plurinacional de Bolivia
2010-2011 Research Associate, Department of Spanish and Latin American Studies, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, University of Tokyo
2012-2013 Docente visitante, Museo Nacional de Etnografía y Folklor (MUSEF), La Paz, Bolivia
2013-2015 Associate Professor, Departement of Spanish and Latin American Studies, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, University of Tokyo
Areas of ExpertiseLatin American Studies (esp. Andean countries), Linguistic Anthropology of the Andes, Aynu Language and Aynu Oral Literature, Anthropology of Development, Modern Japanese Literature (esp. Oe Kenzaburo)
Courses TaughtSPANISH BASIC 1 A,SPANISH BASIC 2,SPANISH INTENSIVE 1 SA,SPANISH INTENSIVE 2 SA,SPANISH INTENSIVE 3,SPANISH INTENSIVE 4 SA,SPANISH SKILL (A),SPANISH CONTENTS,SPANISH STUDY ABROAD A (スペイン・サンセバスティアン市),SPANISH STUDY ABROAD B,REGION AND SOCIETY (THE AMERICAS) (GIGA/GG),REGION AND CULTURE (SPANISH-SPEAKING WORLD),AYNU LANGUAGE AND CULTURE,LANGUAGE EDUCATION DESIGN,FIELDWORK A (HC),FIELDWORK B (HC),FIELDWORK C (HC),FIELDWORK D (HC),INTERNSHIP A (HC),INTERNSHIP B (HC),MASTER SEMINAR,SEMINAR(Aynu Language and Aynu Oral Literature),SEMINAR(Theories from the South: Studies of Spanish-Speaking Societies and Their Linguistic Diversities),ACADEMIC PROJECT (Multilingual and Multicultural Society)
AffiliationsLatin American Studies Association
Asociación de Estudios Bolivianos
Asociación Japonesa de Estudios Latinoamericanos
Asociación Japonesa de Hispanistas
Association for Japanese Social Literature
Society for Folk Narrative Research of Japan
Selected Publications2005 “Del Octubre Negro 2003 hacia la Asamblea Constituyente: Una mirada a la situación política actual de Bolivia.” En Mieko Fujioka y Kenji Nakano compil. Los pueblos indígenas de América Latina resistiendo la globalización. Tokio: Gendai-kikakushitsu, pgs.73-85. (En japonés)
2007 (with Andrea Cornwall). “The Politics of Representing ‘the Poor’” In Rosalind Eyben and Joy Moncrieffe eds. The Power of Labelling: How People are Categorized and Why It Matters. London: Earthscan, pp.48-63.
2009a (con Toru Yanagihara y Tatsuya Shimizu). Cooperación hacia los pueblos indígenas de la sierra andina. Informe a la Agencia Japonesa de la Cooperación Internacional (JICA). (Capítulos 1, 6, y 7) (En japonés)
2009b “El giro izquierdista en Bolivia post-2000 y un análisis de su agenda: Acceso al poder de los indígenas, coexistencia pluralista, poder del pensamiento para abrir nuevos caminos.” En Yusuke Murakami y Shigeo Osonoi compil. Cambios políticos contemporáneos en los países andinos: En busca de gobernabilidad. Tokio: Akashi-shoten, pgs.287-314. (En japonés)
2011 “Methodologically-conscious Use of Words in Death by Water (『水死』) of Oe Kenzaburo: The Role of Delay in Introducing Mononokes and Yorimashis.”El rol de atraso/tardanza en introducir mononokes.” Gengotai, Vol.11, pp.73-89. (In Japanese)
2012a (Coedición con Filomena Nina Huarcacho, Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui y Alvaro Linares) Historia Oral: Boletín de Taller de Historia Oral Andina, no.2, Chukiyawu (La Paz): Aruwiyiri.
2012b “Las radionovelas aymaras entre la oralidad y la escritura” En Anales Reunión Anual de Etnología 2011 (Tomo I). La Paz: Museo Nacional de Etnografía y Folklor (MUSEF), La Paz, Bolivia, pp.555-565.
2012c (with Andrea Cornwall) “Ventriloquising the ‘Poor’? Of Voices, Choices and the Politics of ‘Participatory’ Knowledge Production.” Third World Quarterly, Vol.33, No.9, pp.1751-1765.
2013a “El idioma aymara: Su dinamismo en la política y en la vida cotidiana.” En Shuzo Manabe compil. Setenta y tres capítulos para conocer Bolivia (2da edición). Tokio: Akashi-shoten. (En japonés)
2013b Enciclopedia para conocer América Latina. Tokio: Heibon-sha. (La entrada de “aymara”). (En japonés)
2014 “El dinamismo de la literatura oral aymara en los Andes bolivianos: Un aporte desde las narraciones de los valles de La Paz.” Iberoamérica-kenkyu, Vol.36, No.1, pp.27-51. (En japonés)

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