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Entanglements Research Group

The “Entanglements Research Group” is an interdisciplinary group dedicated to exploring the intricate connections between humans and non-human entities from an intercultural perspective. Drawing expertise from diverse fields, including history, literature, art and nonWestern philosophical traditions, this research team seeks to unravel the complex interplay and entanglements that shape our existence.

Team leaderSHINOHARA Masatake (Graduate School of Advanced Integrated Studies in Human Survivability (GSAIS), Program-Specific Associate Professor)
Other membersFernando WIRTZ (Dept. of Japanese Philosophy, Assistant Professor)
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