Takenori Matsumoto

Concurrent Associate Professor (Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences)

Research Interests

Takenori MATSUMOTO specializes in the agricultural history of modern Korea. His research focuses on the reorganization process of agriculture and rural society in colonial Korea, in particular, irrigation organizations and water control projects.

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【EDUCATION】
1982 B.A., Faculty of Agriculture, The University of Tokyo
1985 M.A., Graduate School of Agriculture, The University of Tokyo
1988 Ph.D., Graduate School of Agriculture, The University of Tokyo

【PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS】
1988 Assistant Professor, Faculty of Agriculture, The University of Tokyo
1991 Full-time lecturer, Faculty of Economics, Kanagawa University
1993 Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, Kanagawa University
1999 Professor, Faculty of Economics, Kanagawa University
2000 Associate Professor, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo
2007–present Professor, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo
2022–present Concurrent Associate Professor, U-PARL

Books

Takenori MATASUMOTO. Shokuminchi chosen no suirikumiai jigyō (The Irrigation Associations Project in Colonial Korea). Tokyo: Miraisha, 1991. (in Japanese) 

Hiroshi MIYAJIMA, Takenori MATASUMOTO, YI Yŏng-hun and CHANG Shi-won. Kindai chosen suiri kumiai no kenkyu (Studies on the Irrigation Associations in Modern Korea). 1992, Tokyo: Nippon Hyoron Sha. (in Japanese) 

Takenori MATASUMOTO. Shokuminchi kenryoku to chosen noumin (Colonial Power and Korean Peasants). Tokyo: Shakaihyoronsha, 1998. (in Japanese) 

Takenori MATASUMOTO. Chosen noumin no “shokuminchi kindai” keiken (“Colonial Modernity” Experiences of Korean Peasants). Tokyo: Shakaihyoronsha, 2005. (in Japanese) 

Takenori MATSUMOTO (ed.), Tohoku-chiho “kaihatsu” no keifu: Kindai no sangyo shinko seisaku kara higashinihon daishinsai made (Genealogy of Tohoku Regional “Development” – From modern industrial promotion policies to the Great East Japan Earthquake). Tokyo: Akashi Shoten. 2015. (in Japanese)