Research Fellow, Center for Information on Religion
Kenta Kasai is a Research Fellow of the Center for Information on Religion, in Tokyo. He is an expert on contemporary religious issues in Japan, and the interaction between religious groups, the media and politics.
His research focuses on the functioning of civil society organizations and networks. His works include Meditation and Modernity (Shunjusha, 2010), Communality of Sobriety: People who Believe in Recovery from Alcoholism (Sekai-shisosha, 2007), Keywords for Religious Studies (Yuhihaku, 2006), and ‘Muslim Networks in Japan’, in the Almanac of Religion and the Modern World 2007.
- Roland Schatz 6601 view(s)
- Richard Barrett 1626 view(s)
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- Massimo Buonomo 1391 view(s)
- A Unique Series on Religion & the Public Space: An Introduction 1170 view(s)