DANIEL P. ALDRICH BIOGRAPHY (英語と日本語)
Daniel P. Aldrich received his Ph.D. and M.A. in political science from Harvard University, an M.A. from the University of California at Berkeley, and his B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His research has been funded by grants from the Abe Foundation, IIE Fulbright Foundation, the National Science Foundation, the Reischauer Institute at Harvard University, the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, and Harvard’s Center for European Studies.
He has been a visiting scholar at the Japanese Ministry of Finance, the Institute for Social Science at Tokyo University, Harvard University, the Tata Institute for Social Science in Mumbai, the Institut d’etudes politiques de Paris (Sciences Po), and the East West Center in Honolulu, Hawaii. He has spent more than four years conducting fieldwork in Japan, India and France. Aldrich is a board member of the journals Asian Politics and Policy and Risk Hazards and Crisis in Public Policy and a Mansfield U.S. Japan Network for the Future Alumnus. He is the section organizer for the American Political Science Association’s Disasters and Crises Related Group and member of the National Biodefense Science Board and the Institute of Medicine / National Academies working group on disaster recovery.
His research interests include post-disaster recovery, the siting of controversial facilities, the interaction between civil society and the state, and the socialization of women and men through experience. His work has been discussed in New York Times, CNN , the State Department’s Media Hub, the National Bureau of Asian Research, WBEZ’s WorldView, National Public Radio, The New Republic, MSNBC’s Last Word, National Public Radio, NPR Radio programs, the New York Times (and again in the NYT) , The Oriental Economist, Bloomberg News, Voice of America, The Kudlow Report, Security Management, Reuters, Nikkei Business, ESPN, the Monkey Cage, WSBT News Radio, Marginal Revolution, German newspapers, French NGO blogs, Slate, The Daily Beast, Reflexiones Finales, Her Campus, Sara Schonhardt’s blog, Philippine Daily Inquirer, and numerous regional media outlets. On May 2011 the Purdue Exponent named him among the “Top 5 Professors who have influenced international and national events.” In July 2012 his New York Times Op-Ed on disaster recovery was named as one of the five best columns in the Atlantic Wire.
ダニエル・アルドリッチは政治学修士号と博士号をハーバード大学から、修士号をカリフォルニア大学バークレー校から、学士号をノースカロライナ大学チャベルヒル校から取得した。過去の研究では原発、空港、ダムなど、いわゆる「迷惑施設」において国家機関が市民社会とどう関わるかを分析してきた。最近の研究では、災害復興において近隣・地域コミュニティの果たす役割を探っている。これまで、２冊の単著（コーネル大学出版会から2008年、2011年に出版され本では世界思想社から出版されている『Sight Fights』およびシカゴ大学出版会から出版予定の『Building Resilience』）、15本の査読論文と多数の一般向け論説や記事を公刊、また国際交流基金（安倍フェロー）、IIEフルブライト財団、アメリカ国立科学財団、ハーバード大学ライシャワー研究所、ウェザーヘッド国際問題研究所、ハーバード大学欧州研究センターから研究助成を得ている。
Healthy, Resilient, and Sustainable Communities after Disaster (with Reed Tuckson et al.) April 2015, National Academies of Sciences
Resilience and Recovery in Asian Disasters (with Sothea Oum and Yasuyuki Sawada)
September 2014, Springer Press
Resilience and Recovery demonstrates an optimum combination of community-level networks, private market mechanisms, and state-based assistance strategies in the post-disaster recovery process.
Building Resilience: Social Capital in Post-Disaster Recovery
August 2012, University of Chicago Press
Building Resilience highlights the critical role of social capital in the ability of a community to withstand disaster and rebuild both the infrastructure and the ties that are at the foundation of any community.
Site Fights: Divisive Facilities and Civil Society in Japan and the West
August 2008/2010, Cornell University Press
Site Fights shows how local communities interact with the state and developers over controversial facilities such as nuclear power plants, dams, and airports.
Social Capital in Disasters (in Japanese)
The Need for Local Involvement: Decentralization of Disaster Management Institutions in Baluchistan, Pakistan
First Steps Towards Hearts and Minds? USAID‟s Countering Violent Extremism Policies in Africa
Taking the High Ground: Post-Katrina FEMA Trailer Siting
"Social Cohesion drives Resilience," Building Resilience for Food and Nutrition Security, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 16 May 2014
“Networks in Disaster: The Role of Social Capital after Crisis,” Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, 18 March 2012
“Social, Not Physical, Infrastructure: The Critical Role of Civil Society in Disaster Recovery,” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA 1-4 September 2011