マキノ モトノリ    MAKINO Motonori
   牧野 元紀
   所属
人間文化学部 歴史文化学科
 
生活機構研究科 生活文化研究専攻
 
国際文化研究所 所属教員
   職種
准教授
発表年月日 2015/03
発表テーマ Failure Teaches Success? Northern Vietnamese Clergymen in Colleges and Seminars Administered by the Paris Foreign Missions Society before French Colonization
発表学会名 Christian Missionaries and East Asia in the Early Modern Period
主催者 Waseda University
学会区分 研究会・シンポジウム等
発表形式 口頭(招待・特別)
単独共同区分 単独
開催地名 Waseda University
概要 Christianity was introduced into Northern Vietnam in the first half of the sixteenth century by mendicant orders, including the Franciscans, Dominicans and Augustinians. Jesuits took the lead in missionary work in Vietnam from the beginning of the seventeenth century after expulsion from Japan, where the Christian faith and missionary works were prohibited by the Tokugawa government. in 1611 Tonkin (Northern Vietnam), Cochinchina (Southern Vietnam), Laos and Cambodia were incorporated into the Jesuit administration of Japan, and since then for the Jesuits, Vietnam became "another Japan" as one of its most important districts in East Asia.