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  Fumiaki Kubo

    Senior Fellow at the Japan Institute of International Affairs.
    He is also the A. Barton Hepburn Professor of American Government and
    History at the Graduate School for Law and Politics of the University of Tokyo


Professional Experiene

2010-presentVice President of the Japanese Association for American Studies.
2009 (April to May)an Invited Professor at SciencesPo in Paris
2007-presentmember of the U.S-Japan Conference on Cultural and Educational Interchange (CULCON)
2007-presentSenior Research Scholar at the Tokyo Foundation
2003-presentSenior Fellow, The Japan Institute of International Affairs
2003-presentProfessor, Graduate School for Law and Politics, University of Tokyo
2003-presentVisiting Professor, Keio University
2001-2002Prime Minister's Commission on the Study of Direct Election System for Prime Minister
1993-2003Professor, Law Department, Keio University
1998-1999Fulbright Scholar, Georgetown University and University of Maryland
1991-1993ACLS and Abe Fellow, Johns Hopkins University
1988-1993Assistant Professor, Law Department, Keio University
1987-1988Assistant Professor, Institute of Social Science, Tsukuba Univesrity
1984-1986Nitobe Fellow, Cornell University
1982-1987Lecturer, Institute of Social Science, Tsukuba University
1979-1982Research Associate, Faculty of Law, University of Tokyo
 

Education

1989Ph.D., Faculty of Law, University of Tokyo
1979B.A., Faculty of Law, University of Tokyo
 

Publication

  • "A Study on the Infrastructure of American Politics"(Editor, the Japan Institute of International Affairs, 2010)
  • "Ideology and Foreign Policy After Iraq in the United States" (Editor, the Japan Institute of International Affairs, 2007)
  • "The Democratic Party in the US: Challenges for 2008" (Editor, The Japan Institute of International Affairs, 2005)
  • "G.W. Bush and the Conservative Forces in the United States: An Analysis of the Republican Party" (Editor, The Japan Institute of Interanational Affairs, 2003)
  • "The United States and East Asia" (Co-editor, Keio University Press, 2004)
  • "Contemporary American Politics and the Public Interest: The Politics of Environmental Protection" (University of Tokyo Press, 1997)
  • "Modern American Politics" (Co-author, The Society for the Promotion of the University of the Air, 1997)
  • The New Deal and American Democracy: The Politics of Agricultural Programs (University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo: 1988), (Sakurada-kai Award for Political Studies, 1990. Keio Gijuku University Award, 1990) ( Ph.D. dissertation for the University of Tokyo )