Friday, January 1, 2010

Nakamura Mitsuo

Nakamura Mitsuo is Professor Emiritus, Chiba University, Japan. He obtained a B.A. in Philosophy and an M.A. in Anthropology from the University of Tokyo, and an M.A. and a Ph.D. in Anthropology from Cornell University.

Senior Research Advisor in charge of monitoring political development in Indonesia for the Japan Bank for International Cooperaton (JBIC)/ Visiting Scholar at the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University (April 2004- March 2005)
504 Pound Hall, Islamic Legal Studies Program at Harvard Law School
Specialist in: Multiculturalism; Religion
Focus: Islam, civil society

Nakamura's Academic Works:

  1. Nakamura, Mitsuo. 1970. Checklist of microfilm holdings on the Japanese occupation of Indonesia in the Cornell University Library (Wason Collection). Ithaca, N.Y.: s.n.]. 
  2. -----. 1976. The crescent arises over the banyan tree a study of the Muhammadijah movement in a Central Javanese town. Thesis (Ph. D.)--Cornell University, 1976.
  3. -----. 1977. "Professor Haji [Abdul] Kahar Muzakkir and the development of the reformist movement in Indonesia." in B. Anderson and others (ed.). Religion and Social Ethos in Indonesia. Clayton: Monash University. pp. 1-20.
  4. -----. 1978. A working bibliography on the development of the social sciences in Indonesia. [Canberra]: Dept. of Anthropology, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University. 
  5. -----. 1978. An endogenous development model for the social sciences in Indonesia: the experiment of the Jakarta Social Science Training Station, 1976-1977. Canberra: [s.n.].
  6. -----. 1979. The reformist ideology of Muhammadijah; paper, presented at the panel on "focus on Islam" as a part of the school seminar series entitled "the Indonesian connection"; held in Canberra, November 9, 1979. Canberra: Australian National University, Department of Anthropology, Research School of Pacific Studies.
  7. -----. 1980. "The Reformist ideology of Muhammadiyah." in J.J. Fox. Indonesia: the Making of a Culture. Canberra: Australian National University. pp. 273-86. Originally, Paper read at the panel on Focus on Islam: as a part of the School Seminar Series, " The Indonesian Connection," held at the Research School of Pacific Studies, the Australian National University, 9 November 1979.
  8. -----. 1980. Sufi elements in Muhammadiyah?: notes from field observation. Canberra? Australia: s.n. 
  9. -----. 1980. The radical traditionalism of the Nahdlatul Ulama in Indonesia: a personal account of its 26th National Congress, June 1979, Semarang. Canberra: [s.n.]. 
  10. -----. 1983. The crescent arises over the banyan tree: a study of the Muhammadiyah movement in a central Javanese town. Yogyakarta: Gadjah Mada University Press. 
  11. -----. 1983. Bulan sabit muncul dari balik pohon beringin: studi tentang pergerakan Muhammadiyah di Kotagede, Yogyakarta. Yogyakarta: Gadjah Mada University Press.
  12. -----. 1983. The Cultural and religious identity of Javanese Muslims, the case of the Muhammadiyah
  13. Nakamura, Mitsuo, Sharon Siddique, and Omar Farouk Bajunid. 2001. Islam & civil society in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. 
  14. -----. 2005. Islam and democracy in Indonesia: observations on the 2004 general and presidential elections. Cambridge, Mass: Islamic Legal Studies Program, Harvard Law School.
  15. Nakamura, Mitsuo, and Akh Muzakki. 2010. Expressions of Islam in recent Southeast Asia's politics. Surabaya: State Institute for Islamic Studies Sunan Ampel in collaboration with Impulse. 
  16. -----. 2012. The Crescent Arises over the Banyan Tree: A Study of the Muhammadiyah Movement in a Central Javanese Town, c.1910s-2010 (Second Enlarged Edition). Yogyakarta: Gadjah Mada University Press.

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