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HAKODA Tetsu (Tetz)

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last update: July 21, 2011
- Year of Birth: 1976
- Place of Birth: Matsudo, Chiba (Japan)

Current Status:

- Post Doctoral Fellow at Ritsumeikan University, Japan
- Part-time Lecturer (Kobe University, Hannan University)

Research Theme:

Philosophy of Michel Foucault, Philosophy, History of Social Thought, Ethics

Education:

- March, 1998: Received B.A. (Economics) at Department of Economics, Kyoto University
- March, 2000: Received M.A. (Arts) at Graduate School of Cultural Studies and Human Science, Kobe University
- March, 2009: Received Ph.D. (Arts) at Graduate School of Cultural Studies and Human Science, Kobe University

Teaching Experience:

- April, 2007: Part-time Lecturer, Kobe Shoin Women's University (up to now)
- April, 2008: Part-time Lecturer, the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences, Osaka Otani University (up to March, 2009)
- April, 2010: Part-time Lecturer, the Faculty of Pharmacy, Osaka Otani University (up to September, 2010)
- October, 2010: Part-time Lecturer, the Faculty of Intercultural Studies, Kobe University (up to February, 2011)
- April, 2011: Part-time Lecturer, the Faculty of International Communication, Hannan University (up to March, 2012)
- October, 2011: Part-time Lecturer, the Faculty of Intercultural Studies, Kobe University (up to February, 2012)

Work Experience:


- April, 2009: Postdoctoral Fellow at the Graduate School of Intercultural Studies, Kobe University (up to March, 2010)
- April, 2010: Postdoctoral Fellow at the Global COE Program "Ars Vivendi", Ritsumeikan University (up to March, 2011)

Academic Achievements:

Books

◇Kazuya, Serizawa; Takakuwa, Kazumi (eds.) 2007 After Foucault: Governmentality, Security, Struggle, Tokyo: Keio University Press, 280p. (co-authored. Japanese)
◇Tetz Hakoda 2012 Philosophy of Governemnt in the Later Foucault, Tokyo: Keio University Press (forthcoming, Japanese)

Refereed papers

◇Hakoda, Tetz 2000 "Theory and Practice in the Theories of Subjectivation by Louis Althusser and Later Michel Foucault", Intercultural Studies Review (Kokusai Bunka Gaku) 3:91-104. (Japanese)
◇Hakoda, Tetz 2004 "Subject Who Dreams: Situating the Concept of Subject and Its Construction in Foucault's Late Projects", Annals of the Society for the History of Social Thought (Nenpo Shakai Shisoshi) 28:82-98. (Japanese)
◇Hakoda, Tetz 2007 "Arts Erotica Reconsidered: Conceptual Elaboration of Government in the Later Foucault", Annals of the Society for the History of Social Thought (Nenpo Shakai Shisoshi) 31:90-107. (Japanese)

Non refereed papers

◇Hakoda, Tetz 2008 "'The User and the Thing He Uses Are Different': Conceptual Development of Government through the Discussion of the Care of the Self in Later Foucault", Kakuzan Ronso Review 8: 51-68. (Japanese)
◇Hakoda, Tetz 2008 "From Biopolitcs to Government and Enlightenment: Remarks on the Conceptual Difference in Biopolitics of Tony Negri and Michel Foucault", La Revue de la pensée d'aujourd'hui (Gendai Shiso) 36(5): 173-179. (Japanese)
◇Hakoda, Tetz 2009 "Disappearance of Resistance, Omnipresence of Struggle: Theory of Government of the Later Foucault and its Subjectivational Turn", La Revue de la pensée d'aujourd'hui (Gendai Shiso) 37(7): 154-171. (Japanese)

Translations

Among Tetz Hakoda's recent translations is an interview with Paul Gilroy, international scholar in cultural studies, that appeared in French Journal Mouvement. He has also translated several articles by influential contemporary continental philosophers such as Toni (Antonio) Negri, Yann-Moulier Boutang, Maurizio Lazzarato. These appeared in an International journal Multitudes. Now Hakoda is doing translation of Kristin Ross's May '68 and Its Afterlives (Chicago University Press, 2002), which will be published by Editions Inscript, Tokyo in 2012.

Presentations (in English)

◇Hakoda, Tetz July 4, 2009 'Nationalism Now? : For those forgotten migrants in the apocalypse of the Japanese economy,' in the panel session: Are immigrants Safe Under the Aegis of Multiculturalism? : Border Controls in A Globalized World (other panelists: Joel Matthews and Seigo Kayanoki), Inter-Asia Cultural Typhoon in Tokyo, Tokyo University for Foreign Studies.
◇Hakoda, Tetz July 12, 2010 "Notion of Government in the Later Foucault: Art of Living and Associations," Over MAUSS/Mauss: The Possibility of its Alternative, Kinugasa Campus, Ritsumeikan University

Engagement with Civil Society

Tetz Hakoda has been involved in Burma issues since late 1990s. Hakoda is co-founder and director for Burma Information Network Japan (http://www.burmainfo.org), an advocacy and research group on Burma issues. He is a co-translator for the Japanese edition of National Coalition Government of Union of Burma's Burma Human Rights Yearbook 1997-1998. The book was published in 2000 from Akashi Shoten Publishing House, Tokyo. He also works with Human Rights Watch Japan Branch (http://www.hrw.org/ja) as a translator for their articles on Burma and Iran. His articles on Burma issues appeared in Mainichi Shimbun Daily, Alternative Magazine (Olta), Ayus Magazine and others. Through the experiences of support for Burmese asylum seekers in Japan, Hakoda became interested in the system and practices of immigration control in Japan, as well as its history. He volunteers for helping asylum seekers in Kansai area.

UP:April 13, 2010; REV: April 15, 2010; August 11, 2010; September 28, 2010; October 4, 2010; November 1, 2010, July 21, 2011.
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