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■Current Status

◆Associate Professor, Saitama University, Saitama, Japan
◆Visiting Researcher, Research Center for Ars Vivendi, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan

■Education

◆2010: Ph.D. Duke University (NC, USA): Art History
◆2001: M.A. Keio University (Tokyo, Japan): Aesthetics
◆1999: Waseda University (Tokyo, Japan): Art History

■Academic Employment

◆Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, Tokyo, Japan
April 2011 - Present
Visiting Lecturer

◆Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan
April 2011 - Present
Postdoctoral Fellow

◆Duke University, NC, USA
Summer 2008: Research Assistant for the MIT NextSource
Spring 2008: Research Assistant for Gennifer Weisenfeld, Ph.D.
Fall 2007: Grader for “Renaissance and Baroque”
Spring 2007: Teaching Assistant for the “Introduction to History of Art”
Fall 2006: Teaching Assistant for the “Introduction to Visual Cultures”
Spring 2006: Grader for “Modernism, Avant-Gardism, Art”
Fall 2005: Teaching Assistant for “Postmodern Architecture”

◆Keio University, Tokyo, Japan
December 2002 - March 2007: Research Assistant for the Center for the Integrated Research on the Mind (The 21st Century COE Program Keio University Graduate School)
September 2003 - March 2004: Teaching Assistant for the undergraduate seminar on the Modern Western Art

■Publications

Theses
◆Ph.D. Color, Hygiene, and Body Politics: French Neo-Impressionist Theories of Vision and Volition, 1870-1905 (2010) (Duke University, NC, USA)

◆M.A. The Function of Science in the Art Theory of the Cubist, Albert Gleizes (2001) (Keio University, Tokyo, Japan)

◆B.A. Art and Science in the Renaissance Perspective (1999) (Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan)

Articles/Essays
(in English)
◆"The Life of Color -- Color as Cross-Media ? John Ruskin and Afterwards", Ars Vivendi Journal 3: 69-82 [HTML]/[PDF] (2013)

◆"Synopsis/Introduction:"Multi-Sensory Aesthetics and the Cultural Life of the Senses," or a Mission of Ars Vivendi", Ars Vivendi Journal 3: 1-3 [HTML]/[PDF] (2013)

◆“Cubism and Color: An Untold History,” Aesthetics, vol. 15 (2011)

◆“Stereoscopy: Commodified Heterotopia and ‘Democratic’ Voyeurism,” Toward an Integrated Methodology for the Study of the Mind 2006, Centre for Integrated Research on Mind at Keio University, Tokyo, March 2007, pp.237-246.

◆“Invitation to Unknown Pain: The Function of Traumatic Amnesia in Sophie Calle’s Self-Narration,” Toward an Integrated Methodology for the Study of the Mind 2005, Centre for Integrated Research on Mind at Keio University, Tokyo, October 2006, pp. 210-225.

(in Japanese)
◆“Cubism and Color: An Untold History,” Color and Modernity, ed. Fujio Maeda, Tokyo: Sangensha, 2011

◆“Rotation in Life: Function of Time in Robert Delaunay’s Color Theory,” Journal of the Science of Art (Geijustugaku), vol. 7, Keio University, 2004.

◆“The Color Circle as a Microcosm: The Mural Projects of Robert Delaunay and Albert Gleizes in the 1930s,” Aesthetics (Bigaku), vol. 54, no. 2, September 2003, pp. 56-69.

◆“Robert Delaunay,” Encyclopedia of Color Science, ed. by the Color Science Association of Japan, the University of Tokyo Press, 2003, pp. 355-56.

◆“An Article Review: Mark Antliff. ‘La Cite francaise: George Valois, Le Corbusier, and Fascist Theories of Urbanism.’ (Fascist Visions: Art and Ideology in France and Italy. Edited by Mark Antliff and Matthew Affron, 1997), Aesthetics (Bigaku), vol. 52, no. 3, December 2001, p. 88.

◆“Partage d’exotismes: the Prospect of the ‘Non-western’ Art at the 5th Lyon Biennale, curated by Jean-Hubert Martin,” Form & Imagination (katachi-no bunkashi), vol. 8, Tokyo: Kosakusha, March 2001, pp. 212-213.

■Conference Papers

◆"Art between beauty and health:reconsidering Neo-Impressionist life and letters,"National Conference for the Japanese Society for Aesthetics, at Tohoku University, Japan, October 17, 2002.
◆International Symposium:"Color as Cross-Media: John Ruskin and Afterwards," International Symposium: Multisensory Aesthetics, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan, July 30, 2011.
 http://www.carls.keio.ac.jp/Multi-sensory%20Aesthetics%20and%20the%20Cultural%20Life%20of%20the%20Senses.pdf
◆“Cubism in Color: An Expression of Modern Fragmental Space,” Graduate Student Symposium, at the Department of Art and Art History, Duke University, USA, March 4th, 2006.

◆“The Color Circle as a Microcosm: The Mural Projects of Robert Delaunay and Albert Gleizes in the 1930s,” National Conference for the Japanese Society for Aesthetics, at Hiroshima University, Japan, October 13, 2002.

■Fellowships/Grants

◆2008: Tuition and Fellowship Awards from Université Lille 3, France
◆2008: Dissertation Travel Awards 2008-2009 from Duke Graduate School, USA
◆2008: Summer Research Fellowship 2008 from Duke Graduate School, USA
◆2004: Tuition, Fellowship, Assistantship Awards (2004-2009) from Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Duke University, USA
◆2004: Fulbright Awards to the US for Graduate Study (2004-2009) from the Japan-US Educational Committee

■Professional Affiliations

◆Collage Art Association (CAA)
◆International Association for Aesthetics (IAA)
◆The Japanese Society for Aesthetics
◆The Japan Art History Society
◆Mita Society for the Science of Art (Keio University, Tokyo)
◆Waseda University Society for Art History, Tokyo, Japan

■Languages

Japanese, English, French, German

■Others

◆September 1, 2011 "Disabilities, Supportive Technology, Communication, ...and Art"
http://www.ritsumei-arsvi.org/en/news/read/id/146



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