Universiteit Leiden

nl en

Kiri Paramore

Guest employee

Name
Dr. K.N. Paramore
Telephone
+31 71 527 2727
E-mail
k.n.paramore@hum.leidenuniv.nl

Kiri Paramore is National University of Ireland Professor of Asian Studies at University College Cork. His latest book, Japanese Confucianism: A Cultural History (Cambridge University Press, 2016), was a CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title Award winner. Other books include Ideology and Christianity in Japan (Routledge, 2009), and Religion and Orientalism in Asian Studies (Bloomsbury, 2016). His articles have appeared in Modern Intellectual History, the Journal of Asian Studies, the Journal of Early Modern History, Comparative Studies in Society and History, the Journal of Japanese Studies, and the Proceedings of the British Academy, etc. He currently serves as chief editor of the Cambridge History of Confucianism, and as one of the authors of the New Cambridge History of Japan.

More information about Kiri Paramore

Overview

Kiri Paramore is National University of Ireland Professor of Asian Studies at University College Cork. His latest book, Japanese Confucianism: A Cultural History (Cambridge University Press, 2016), was a CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title Award winner. Other books include Ideology and Christianity in Japan (Routledge, 2009), and Religion and Orientalism in Asian Studies (Bloomsbury, 2016). His articles have appeared in Modern Intellectual History, the Journal of Asian Studies, the Journal of Early Modern History, Comparative Studies in Society and History, the Journal of Japanese Studies, and the Proceedings of the British Academy, etc. He currently serves as chief editor of the Cambridge History of Confucianism, and as one of the authors of the New Cambridge History of Japan.

Research

Kiri Paramore works on the interaction between political thought and cultural tradition in East Asia. His work is positioned in the field of global intellectual history, with a focus on the early modern period in East Asia. He has written on the intellectual histories of Confucianism, Christianity and liberalism in East Asia, focusing on their impacts in mainstream politics. He has more recently written a number of articles and interventions attempting to historicize present debates on the Confucian resurgence underway in contemporary East Asia. He is currently working on a new longue durĂ©e history which engages these contemporary issues under the tentative book title The Global Politics of Confucianism: from cosmopolitanism to fascism.

Curruculum vitae

Paramore was born and grew up in Sydney and studied Asian Studies and Asian History at the Australian National University, Canberra (B.A.S. (1997) Hons. (1999)). While completing his studies he worked for the Australian Department of Defence, and after graduation the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Under the auspices of a Japanese Ministry of Education and Science research scholarship awarded in 2000 he completed two postgraduate degrees in intellectual history at the University of Tokyo (M.A. 2003, Ph.D. 2006). In 2007 he took up his current position at Leiden. He has been awarded grants and fellowships from the Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy, Academia Sinica, Taipei, the Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley, and a number of institutes and universities in Japan.

 

In the Media

 

Selected Publications

  • Japanese Confucianism: A Cultural History (Cambridge UP, 2016) 






  • Ideology and Christianity in Japan (Routledge, 2009) 






     

  • (as editor)  Religion and Orientalism in Asian Studies (Bloomsbury, 2016)

Please click on the Publications Tab beneath the email address above to see a full list of publications

Guest employee

  • Faculty of Humanities
  • Leiden Institute for Area Studies
  • SAS Japan

Work address

Matthias de Vrieshof
Matthias de Vrieshof 1
2311 BZ Leiden

Contact

Publications

No relevant ancillary activities

This website uses cookies. More information