I have been working on British history, especially
political culture and society in England in the long eighteenth-century;
urban community of Manchester 1715-1790;
and British history as perceived by the Japanese.
I will soon publish an edited book: Yamakawa companion to students of British history (in Japanese).



Curriculum Vitae of Kazuhiko KONDO, F.R.Hist.S.

University Address:
Department of European History (Seiyoshi),
Graduate School of Humanities & Sociology (Faculty of Letters),
University of Tokyo,
Hongo, Tokyo 113-0033  Japan.
on sabbatical leave, April-September 2010)

mail to: kondo at l.u-tokyo.ac.jp  (Kindly use @ for at, and l for Letters)
fax to: +81 3 5841 2689

University appointments:
  Professor, Department of European History, Graduate School of Humanities & Sociology, University of Tokyo, 1995-present
Visiting fellow, Clare Hall, Cambridge, 2010
          Senior member, Linacre College, Oxford, 2003-04
          Visiting Professor, Department of History, University College London, 1994-95

    Professor of European History, Faculty of Letters, University of Tokyo, 1994-95
    Associate Professor of European History, University of Tokyo, 1988-94
    Associate Professor of History, Nagoya University, 1983-88
    Lecturer of History, Nagoya University, 1977-82
    Research Fellow, University of Tokyo, 1974-77 

Academic memberships:
Shigaku kai (Historical Society of Japan): fellow 1988- ; member of the board 1994- ; president 2006-7
Royal Historical Society (R.Hist.S.): fellow, 1990-
Shakai keizaishigaku kai (Socio-economic History Society of Japan): fellow 1991-
The International Bibliography of Historical Sciences (IBHS): member of the advisory board & contributing editor
The Manchester Region History Review: member of the editorial board
Anglo-Japanese Conference of Historians (AJC): member of the committee 1994- ; chairman 

     Graduate School, University of Cambridge, 1980-82
       Graduate School, University of Tokyo, MA 1973
       School of Letters, University of Tokyo, BA 1971

[Please take note that there is another historian KONDO at the University of Tokyo: 
Professor Shigekazu Kondo of Japanese medieval history  
at the Institute of Historiography (Shiryo Hensanjo).] 

Publications in English    Website Documents    Back Home
AJC: State & Empire in British History (2003); Migration & Identity in British History (2006)