UTCP Booklet 17 Secularization, Religion and the State

15 January, 2011 HANEDA Masashi, KANAHARA Noriko, ABE Naofumi, ISAHAYA Yoichi, NAITO Mariko, UCHIDA Chikara, WATANABE Shoko, Secularization, Religion, State, Publications

The 17th volume of UTCP Booklet, Secularization, Religion and the State, was published in December 2010. This is a collection of papers presented at the Singapore workshop held in January 2010.


Table of Contents, Copyright

Introduction I
The Paradox of Asymmetry
HANEDA Masashi

Introduction II
Secularization, Religion and the State: Reflections on a Joint University of Tokyo/National University of Singapore Workshop
R. Michael FEENER

1. Rethinking the Dichotomy between the Religious and the Secular:
The Emergence of Religion in Modern Japan
NAITO Mariko

2. Religious Managerialism in Singapore: Analysis of State Management of NRMs

3. “Who Acknowledges His Rights?”: Prelude to the “Modernization” of the Judicial System in Mid-nineteenth Century Iran as Seen in Persian Legal Documents
ABE Naofumi

4. State and Religious Ideology in Nineteenth-Century Thailand
Siriporn DABPHET

5. Vicissitudes of Nourūz: Islam, Zoroastrianism, and Historical Time Scales

6. Old Scripture in New Language: A Study of Discourse in Modern Yuli Baochao
Yu Mei GOH

7. Japanese Theologian Uwoki Tadakazu and His “Japanese Religious
Spirit” in Wartime

8. Kang Youwei, The Martin Luther of Confucianism and his Vision of Confucian Modernity and Nation
Wei Leong TAY

9. Japanese Historian Amino Yoshihiko’s Interpretation from the Viewpoint of “the People” on the Relationship between Religion and Secular Authority
UCHIDA Chikara

10. To be Religious and to be Political in Colonial Algeria: The Ulama and the Nationalists, Two Approaches

11. The State, Ulama and Religiosity: Rethinking Islamization of Contemporary Malaysia
Norshahril SAAT

12. The Advancement of Christ’s “Kingdom” in Two Cities: A Comparative Study of State-religion Relations in Singapore and Malaysia
Allan LEE


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