|Title||Associate Professor, Graduate School of Letters, Hiroshima University|
|Degree||Ph.D. (History)(Leiden University)|
|Specialty||Earlymodern and modern Southeast Asian history|
|Theme of Research||Economic development on 19th-century insular Southeast Asia|
Graduated from Faculty of Arts, Waseda University, March 1993
Completed the Master course (Art History), Waseda University, March 1996
Government scholarship student, September 1998 – April 1999; Advanced Master’s Program, September 1999 – August 2000; Ph. D. candidate, September 2000 – August 2005, CNWS, Leiden University
Associate Research Fellow, RCHA, Rutgers University, September 2005 – March 2006
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, National University of Singapore, August 2006 – March 2008
Assistant Research Fellow, Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, Academia Sinica, April 2008 – March 2012
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Letters, Hiroshima University, April 2012 －March 2016
Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, Keio University, April 2016 – to date
Changes of Regime and Social Dynamics in West Java: Society, State, and the Outer World of Banten, 1750-1830, Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2006.
“Cooperation, Compromise, and Network-making: State-Society Relationship in the Sultanate of Banten, 1750-1808,” Tonan Ajia: Rekishi to Bunka 37 (2008): 137-165.
“Eighteenth-century Southeast Asia and World Economy,” in Introduction to Maritime Asian History, ed. Shiro Momoki, Tokyo, Iwanami-shoten, 2008, pp. 145-158.
“Illicit Trade” in South Sumatra: Local Society’s Response to Trade Expansion, c. 1760-1800,” Taiwan Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 6-2 (2009): 3-42.
Islam in Contention: Rethinking Islam and State in Indonesia, ed. with Okamoto Masaaki and Ahmad Suaedy, CSEAS, Kyoto, 2010.
“Pirates or Entrepreneurs? Migration and Trade of Sea People in Southwest Kalimantan, c. 1770-1820,” Indonesia 90 (2010): 67-96.
“Orthodoxy and Reconciliation: Islamic Strategies in the Kingdom of Banten, c. 1520-1813,” in Islam in Contention: Rethinking Islam and State in Indonesia, ed. Ota Atsushi et al, CSEAS, Kyoto, 2010, pp. 393-420.
“The Business of Violence: Piracy around Riau, Lingga, and Singapore, c.1820-1840,” in Elusive Pirates, Pervasive Smugglers: Historical Perspectives on Violence and Clandestine Trade in the Greater China Seas, ed. Robert Antony, Hong Kong University Press, 2010, pp. 127-141.
“Negative of Modernity, or a Stranger Incorporated: Pirates in the Nineteenth-century Malay Waters,” Gendai Shiso 39-10 (2011): 91-105.
“Indonesia in Memory: the Wartime Occupation in Japanese Novels,” Ajia Taiheiyo Tokyu 20 (2013): 121-136.