Hirochika NAKAMAKI


Publicações em Inglês e Português

2008   “Kumano Sanzan as World Heritage: Delicate Balance Led and Produced by Civil Administration” “Panel 9: Festival and World Heritage: Management of Region and Religion in Japan” 12TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE EAJS SEPTEMBER20-23/2008 SALENTO UNIVERSITY/ITALY, Book of Abstracts, p.229

2008   “ Japanese Religions, Calendars, and Religious Culture in Brazil” Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, vol.35, No.,JJRS,pp.145-159

2008  “Ethnology and Field work on Company Religion”  Japan Anthropology Workshop News Letter, No.42, April 2008, JAWS, p.8

2008 “Japanese NRMs as ‘multinational enterprises’ and ‘ epidemics’”  IIAS News Letter vol.47 Leiden, pp.6-7

2007  “The ‘initiation rites’ and ‘pilgrimages’ of  local civil servants in the age of internationalization” 

     Pilgrimages and Spiritual Quests in Japan, Oxon:Routledge pp.141-149

2006    "Joint Research Projects as a Tradition in Japanese Anthropology: A Focus on the 'Civilization Studies' of the Taniguchi Symposia". In Joy Hendry and Heung Wah Wong(ed.) Dismantling the East-West Dichotomy, pp.56-63. Oxon: Routledge

2005    "A Religião nas Empresas Japonesas". Estudos Japoneses n.25, pp.57-69.

2005    “Memorial Monuments of Interrupted Lives in Modern Japan:From Ex Post Facto Treatment to Intensification Devices” Perspectives on Social Memory in Japan Manchester:Global Oriental

2005    “Minpaku and the Anthropological Study of Japan” MINPAKU Anthropology Newsletter no.21

2004    "The Vitalistic Conception of Salvation in Company Religion:Konosuke Matsushita and Yukio Funai", Religion and Society: Special Issue/Records of the 2002 Workshop, pp.100-110

2003   Japanese Religions at Home and Abroad: Anthropological perspectives, London: RoutledgeCurzon

2002   The Culture of Association and Associations in Contemporary Japanese Society (ed.) Senri Ethnological Studies no. 62, National Museum of Ethnology

2002   "The Company Funeral as Shaen Culture" Senri Ethnological Studies no.62, National Museum of Ethnology, pp.137-152.

2002   "Participação Cultural dos Imigrantes Japoneses no Brasil" Encontros Culturais Portugal-Japão-Brasil, Sao Paulo: Manole, pp.45-56.

1998   "Do Povoado à Metrópole", A Cultura Japonesa Pré-industrial Aspectos Socioeconomicos, edusp, Brasil, pp.19-26.

1997   "Two Triadic Theories of Japanese Religions in Reference to Their Thought and Structure", Tenri Journal of Religion, No. 25, pp.59-76.

1996   "Initiation and Pilgrimage of Local Civil Servants in the Age of Internationalization" IX Conference Japan Anthropology Workshop, Instituto de Japanologia, pp.35-38.

1995   "Memorial Monuments and Memorial Services of Japanese Companies: Focusing on Mount Koya", Ceremony and Ritual in Japan, RoutledgeCurzon, pp.146-160.

1995   "Religious practices in an industrialized society", Ceremony and Ritual in Japan: Religious practices in an industrial society

1994   Possessão e Procissão: Religiosidade Popular no Brasil (co-org.), Senri Ethnological Reports no.1, National Museum of Ethnology

1994   "The Japanese and Religion: A consumer's Perspective", Kansai Forum, Vol.3-No.6, pp.26-30.

1993   "A Hommon Butsuryu-shu no Brasil", Religião Budista Honmon Butsuryu-shu do Brasil, Depto. De Planejamento, Expansão e Divulgação

1991   "The Internationalization and Multinationalization of Japanese Religion: Perfect Liberty Kyodan in Brazil"Japanese Jornal of Religious Studies, vol.18 no.2-3, pp.213-242.

1991   "Religious Civilization in Modern Japan: As Revealed through a Focus on Mt. Koya" Senri Ethnological Studies No.29,National Museum of Ethnology pp.121-136.

1990   Japanese Civilization in the Modern World VI Religion (co-ed.) Senri Ethnological Studies no.29, National Museum of Ethnology

1990   "Religious Civilization in Modern Japan: As Revealed through a Focus on Mt. Koya" Senri Ethnological Studies No.29, National Museum of Ethnology, pp.121-136.

1986   "Continuity and Change: Funeral Customs in Modern Japan." Japanese Journal of Religious Studies Vol.13 No.2-3, Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture, pp.177-192.

1983   "The 'Separate' Coexistence of Kami and Hotoke", Japanese Journal of Religious Studies