This page gives you the detail of CISMOR lectures. We report on the past public lectures to return the results of our research to society.
As for closed meetings or workshops, click here for more information. At the international workshop, a specific theme is discussed and studied in-depth with invited researchers from all over the world. Through these workshops, we hope to form a global network of researchers for the interdisciplinary study of monotheistic religions.
||Literature as the Interface Between the Base of Modern Japanese Culture and Christianity||Prof. Nobuhiro Nakamura (Faculty of Liberal Arts, Doshisha Women's College of Liberal Arts)|
||International Cultural Diversity in the Ancient Near East||Kazuya Shimogama , Curator, The Ancient Orient Museum, Tokyo
Nobuyuki Fujii, Researcher, Institute of Oriental and Occidental Studies, Kansai University
||Boundary between Pyramids and Temples: Kings and Gods of the Early State in Egypt||Prof. Tomoaki NAKANO (College of International Studies, Chubu University)|
||“Religions and Social Construction – Legal Prohibitions and Restrictions on Food and other items in Christianity, Judaism of late antiquity and Buddhism”||Prof.Moriyoshi MURAYAMA (School of Theology, Doshisha University)
Assoc Prof.Etsuko KATSUMATA (School of Theology, Doshisha University)
Prof. Shizuka SASAKI (Faculty of Letter, Hanazono University)