本科、研究生院

上野雅由樹

Researchers
Researcher Name上野 雅由樹ウエノ マサユキ
AffiliationOsaka City University
SectionGraduate School of Literature and Human Sciences Philosophy and History Course
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Academic & Professional Experience

  • - : Associate Professor, Osaka City University

Published Papers

  • Empire as a Career: Hagop Grjigian or an Armenian in the Ottoman Bureaucracy

    UENO Masayuki
    Memoirs of the Research Department of the Toyo Bunko 76 57-80

  • One Script, Two Languages: Garabed Panosian and his Armeno-Turkish Newspapers in the Nineteenth-century Ottoman Empire

    UENO Masayuki
    Middle Eastern Studies 52 (4) 605-622

  • Religious in Form, Political in Content?: Privileges of Ottoman Non-Muslims in the Nineteenth Century

    UENO Masayuki
    Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 59 (3) 408-441

  • ‘For the Fatherland and the State’: Armenians Negotiate the Tanzimat Reforms

    Masayuki Ueno
    International Journal of Middle East Studies 45 (1) 93-109

Books etc

  • Hidemitsu Kuroki (ed.), Human Mobility and Multiethnic Coexistence in Middle Eastern Urban Societies 2: Tehran, Cairo, Istanbul, Aleppo, and Beirut

    ILCAA

  • Rethinking Islamic Exceptionalism: Genealogy of Religion and Politics in West Asia, ed. Daisuke Shibata and Nobutaka Nakamachi

    Keiso Syobo

  • Hidemitsu Kuroki (ed.), Human Mobility and Multiethnic Coexistence in Middle Eastern Urban Societies 1: Tehran, Aleppo, Istanbul, and Beirut

    ILCAA

  • Educational and Social History of Modern Islam

    Showado

Conference Activities & Talks

  • More than Tax Farmers: The Armenian Patriarchs of Istanbul in the 17th and 18th Centuries

    Great Lakes Ottomanist Workshop

  • The Rise of the Armenian Patriarchate of Istanbul Reconsidered

    Marginal Social Groups and Historical Documents in Asia—Japan and the Ottoman Empire

  • Another Case of Confessinalization?: Ottoman Armenians in the 18th Century

    State, Religion, and Authority in the Post-Mongol Persianate World and Beyond Workshop

  • (Re-)Guaranteeing of Non-Muslims’ Religious Privileges in 1853

    Human Mobility and Multi-ethnic Coexistence in Middle Eastern Urban Societies

  • "Give to Caesar What is Caesar's and to God What is God's": Urban Reform in Istanbul and the Armenian Cemetery in Beyoğlu

    Human Mobility and Multi-ethnic Coexistence in Middle Eastern Urban Societies

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Misc

  • A Dog-Eat-Dog Empire: Violence and Affection on the Streets of Ottoman Cairo

    Alan Mikhail (Masayuki Ueno)Studies in Urban Cultures 21 98-114