廣野 美和 (ひろの みわ)
・Associate Professor, Faculty of International Relations, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, April 2015-present.
・Fulbright Fellow, Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, Harvard Kennedy School, August 2018-March 2019.
・RCUK Research Fellow, School of Politics and International Relations, University of Nottingham, September 2008-March 2015.
・Lecturer (temporary) (‘Japan-Asia Relations’, BA course), School of Law, Doshisha University, Kyoto, April-August 2016.
・Lecturer (temporary) (‘Chinese Politics – Global Dimension’, MPhil course), School of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge, January-May 2011.
・Lecturer (temporary) (‘Global Civil Society and the Role of NGOs’, a core course in MA in International Relations), Graduate School of International Affairs, Department of International Relations, The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, July-September 2008.
・Lecturer (temporary) (‘Theory and Issues in International Relations’, BA course), School of Political Science and Communication, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, July-October 2006.
・Ph.D. 2007 The Australian National University (International Relations) ・M.A. 2001 Keio University, Tokyo, Japan (Political Science) ・B.A. 1999 Keio University, Tokyo, Japan (Laws)
・Lanteigne M. and M. Hirono. 2012. (eds). China’s Evolving Approach to Peacekeeping, London: Routledge.
・Hirono, M. 2008. Civilizing Missions: International Religious Agencies in China, New York: Palgrave MacMillan.
・Hirono, M., Y. Jiang and M. Lanteigne (eds). (forthcoming). ‘China’s Evolving Approaches to the Principle of Non-Intervention’, The China Quarterly, special section (accepted).
・Hirono, M. and M. Lanteigne (eds). 2011. ‘China’s Evolving Approach to Peacekeeping’, International Peacekeeping 18(3), special issue.
・Hirono, M. 2019. ‘Asymmetrical Rivalry between China and Japan in Africa: To What Extent has Sino-Japan Rivalry Become a Global Phenomenon?’ The Pacific Review, published online, 08 February, https://doi.org/10.1080/09512748.2019.1569118.
・Hirono, M. (2019, forthcoming). ‘China’s Conflict Mediation and the Durability of the Principle of Non-Interference: The Case of Post-2014 Afghanistan’, The China Quarterly (accepted).
・Hirono, M., Y. Jiang and M. Lanteigne. (2019, forthcoming). ‘China’s New Roles and Behaviour in Conflict-Affected Regions: Reconsidering Non-Interference and Non-Intervention’, The China Quarterly (accepted).
・O’Hagan, J. and M. Hirono. 2014. ‘Fragmentation of the International Humanitarian Order? Understanding “Cultures of Humanitarianism” in East Asia’, Ethics and International Affairs 28(4): 409-24.
・Hirono, M. and S. Suzuki. 2014. ‘Why do We Need Myth-busting in the Study of Sino-Africa Relations?’, Journal of Contemporary China, 23(87): 443-61.
・Hirono, M. and Manshu Xu. 2013. ‘China’s Military Operations other than War: The UK Experience and Opportunities or the West’, RUSI Journal, 158(6): 74-82.
・Hirono, M. 2013. ‘Three Legacies of Humanitarianism in China’, Disasters, 37, Issue Supplement S2: S202-S220.
・Hirono, M. 2011. ‘China’s Charm Offensive and Peacekeeping: The Lessons of Cambodia—What Now for Sudan?’, International Peacekeeping, 18(3): 328-43.
・Hirono, M. and M. Lanteigne. 2011. ‘Introduction: China and UN Peacekeeping‘, International Peacekeeping, 18(3): 243-56.
・Hirono, M. 2011. ‘Another “Complementarity” in Sino-Australian Security Cooperation’, Contemporary International Relations, 21(3): 103-36.