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Survival Strategies of Minorities in South Asia: From Inclusion and Exclusion toward Cohabitation 「南アジアにおけるマイノリティの生存戦略ー包摂と排除から共棲へー」(18K11826)(Principal Investigator: Takako INOUE)


Inoue Takako, "Reception and perception of rock music in India" in Toru Mitsui ed. Popular Music: Intercultural Interpretations, Graduate Program in Music, Kanazawa University, 1998, pp.366-373.

Inoue Takako, "Constructing Male Aesthetics in Rock and Makeup:Gender Strategies by Musicians and Fans of Visual Rock in Japan" in Yoko Hayami, Akio Tanabe, Yumiko Tokita-Tanabe eds. Gender and Modernity: Perspectives from Asia and the Pacific, Kyoto Area Studies On Asia Center For South East as Asia Studies, Kyoto University, Vol.4, 2003, pp.189-217.

Inoue Takako, "The Indian Impacts on Japanese Traditional Performing Arts" in Sengaku Mayeda ed. Path from India, Path from Japan: Lecture Series on India-Japan Relations, Shuppan Sinsha, 2008, pp.142-160.

Takashi Shinoda, Takako Inoue, Toshihiko Suda. Social Transformation and Cultural Change in South Asia: From the Perspectives of the Socio-Economic Periphery. The Institute of Oriental Studies, Daito Bunka University, 2017.


1 Food and Identity among the Students of Gujarat Vidyapith (T. Shinoda)

2 Constructing Communities of Affection and Devotion: The Eole of Churches in India (T. Inoue)

5The Roles of Foreign Remittance and Financial Institutions in Recovery from Nepal's Earthquake Disaster (T. Suda)

A Fruitful Attempt (Hideaki Ishida)


Inoue Takako, "A Study of Kutimiyamalai Inscription - A Notation System of Ancient Indian Music-" in Journal of Association for Indian Music Study, 1993, pp. 284-289.

Inoue Takako, "Construction and Reception of Patriotism in the Popular Culture of India", The 'Nation-State' and Transnational Forces in South Asia, Session II Crossing the Spheres: Media and South Asia in Research Project: Institutions, Networks and Forces of Changes in Contemporary South Asia under Japanese ministry of education, Science, Sports and Culture Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Priority Areas Programme (A) for the Year 2000, 2001, pp.113-150.

Inoue Takako, "La réforme de la tradition des devadasi. Danse etnmusique dans les temples hindous", Cahiers d’ethnomusicologie Anciennement Cahiers de musiques traditionnelles 18, 2005, pp.1-27.

Inoue Takako, "Between Art and Religion: Bhāgavata Mēla in Thanjavur" in Yoshitaka Terada ed. M usic and Society in South Asia: Perspectives from Japan, SENRI ETHNOLOGICAL STUDIES 71, 2008, pp. 103-134.

Inoue Takako, “Comparative Aspects of Christian Music in India,China, and Russia: Missionaries and Natives as Intermediary Actors in the Contact Zone” in Tetsuo Mochizuki and Shiho Maeda eds.India, Russia, China: Comparative Studies on Eurasian Culture and Society. Comparative Studies on Regional Powers No.11, Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University, 2012, pp.43-65.

Inoue Takako, “The Reception of Western Music in South India around 1800” in Tetsuo Mochizuki and Go Kishino Orient on Orient: Images of Asia in Eurasian Countries. Comparative Studies on Regional Powers No.13, Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University, 2013, pp. 69-96.

Inoue Takako, "Book Review- Vamping the Stage: Female Voices of Asian Modernities" by Andrew N. Weintraub and Bart Barendregt. International Journal of Asian Studies, 2020, pp. 1-3. doi:10.1017/S1479591420000546.


Bangladesh survey (T. Suda)