Sakuma, Aki

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Affiliation

Research Centers and Institutes, Teacher Training Center Center for Teachers (Mita)

Position

Professor

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  • Aki SAKUMA is a Professor at Center for Teachers, Keio University. Her major is Education, Teacher Education, and Women's Studies. Her main theme is the history of teacher educaiton in US and Japan. Her originality is to analyze it from gender/transnational perspective. She is the author of #IR#IThe history of Teacher Education in the 19th century America (2017)[in Japanese].

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  • Graduate School of Human Relations, 委員

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  • 博士(教育学), The University of Tokyo, Dissertation

 

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  • Education

 

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  • 現代の教師論

    佐久間 亜紀, 佐伯 胖, ミネルヴァ書房, 2019

  • アメリカ教師教育史

    Aki SAKUMA, 東京大学出版会, 2017.02

    Scope: 単著

  • アメリカ教師教育史 : 教職の女性化と専門職化の相克

    佐久間 亜紀, 東京大学出版会, 2017

  • 現代日本の教師

    Aki SAKUMA, 放送大学出版会, 2015

    Scope: 第3、11章

  • 教育の方法・技術

    Aki SAKUMA, 学文社, 2014

    Scope: 第7章

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  • The origin of teaching as a profession in Japan: A transnational analysis of the relationship between professionalism and nationalism in the 19th century

    Aki SAKUMA

    Espacio, Tiempo y Educación (Espacio, Tiempo y Educacion)  5 ( 2 ) 33 - 54 2018.05

    Research paper (scientific journal), Single Work, Accepted,  ISSN  2340-7263

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    How was the concept of «teaching as a profession» advocated in the 19th century? In this study, this question is analysed by focusing on how the Japanese version of the concept was imported from the West and subsequently transformed in this non-Christian setting. It was formulated not only by a national action to create a strong centralized nation-state in Asia, but also through the transnational interaction of European, American, and Japanese educational leaders. First, the author argues that, the early Japanese concept of «teaching as a profession» is explored by examining the ideas of Mori Arinori, the first Minister of Education. Mori claimed that, in order to safeguard children’s morality, teaching should be a holy-calling profession in Japan. For him, this meant educating the subsequent generations to be obedient to their holy nation. Second, Mori’s images of education are shown to be consistent with those in the United States, where he had studied as a diplomat. These images were shared not only by US leaders such as Horace Mann, but also with Prussian and French leaders of the era. In both countries, both the holy-calling theory and the profession theory included nationalism, whose ultimate aim was education for the nation. However, while the sacredness of the republican polity was based on the ideals of individualism and liberty in the United States, the sacredness of the imperial polity in Japan was promoted by the Emperor the apotheosis of the imperial line, unbroken for ages eternal. These historical origins of the concept of teaching suggest why the professionalisation of teaching in Japan has been advanced by forces that hoist the flag of national particularism, and by a government that supports this view. This implies that teaching professionalism does not always connote democracy or the human rights of children/teachers.

  • 浅井 幸子・黒田 友紀・杉山 二季・玉城 久美子・柴田 万里子・望月 一枝 編著『教師の声を聴く 教職のジェンダー研究からフェミニズム教育学へ』

    佐久間 亜紀

    THE JAPANESE JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH (Japanese Educational Research Association)  84 ( 4 ) 476 - 477 2017

    ISSN  0387-3161

  • 明治初期師範学校における教職像の再検討:-アメリカの影響の観点から-

    佐久間 亜紀

    Proceedings of the Annual Conference of Japanese Educational Research Association (Japanese Educational Research Association)  75 ( 0 ) 374 - 375 2017

  • 林 泰成・山名 淳・下司 晶・古屋恵太 編著『教員養成を哲学する 教育哲学に何ができるか』

    佐久間 亜紀

    THE JAPANESE JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH (Japanese Educational Research Association)  82 ( 3 ) 473 - 474 2015

    ISSN  0387-3161

  • 教員養成における専門教育の課題

    Aki SAKUMA

    歴史評論 (歴史科学協議会)  774   5 - 18 2014

    Research paper (scientific journal), Single Work, Accepted

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  • 誰のための教職大学院なのか-戦後教員養成原則の危機-

    Aki SAKUMA

    世界 (岩波書店)     123 - 131 2007.05

    Introduction and explanation (commerce magazine)

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  • 戦後日本における教職の専門性の史的展開に関する総合的研究

    2013.04
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    2017.03

    文部科学省, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Research grant, Principal Investigator

  • 教員養成系大学・学部の『生き残り戦略』に関する史的研究-教師教育批判の日米比較社会史

    2005.04
    -
    2010.03

    文部科学省, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Research grant, Principal Investigator

  • 「教職の専門性」概念の史的変化-19世紀米国教員養成実践史のジェンダーの視点からの再検討

    2002.04
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    2006.03

    文部科学省, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Research grant

  • International Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Scholarships

    1998
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    1999

    International Rotary Foundation, Aki SAKUMA, No Setting, Principal Investigator

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  • 平塚らいてう賞

    佐久間亜紀, 2018.03, 日本女子大学, 男女共同参画社会を実現するための教師をどう育てるか、その研究と実践

    Type of Award: Other Awards

 

Courses Taught 【 Display / hide

  • SPECIAL STUDY OF COMPARATIVE EDUCATION 4

    2019

  • SPECIAL STUDY OF COMPARATIVE EDUCATION 3

    2019

  • SEMINAR: SPECIAL STUDY OF PEDAGOGY 2

    2019

  • SEMINAR: SPECIAL STUDY OF PEDAGOGY 1

    2019

  • SEMINAR: SPECIAL STUDY OF COMPARATIVE PEDAGOGY 2

    2019

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Memberships in Academic Societies 【 Display / hide

  • 教育史学会

     
  • 日本教育学会

     
  • 日本教育方法学会

     
  • 日本教師教育学会

     
  • 日本アメリカ史学会

     

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