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NISHIJIMA Kazuhiro

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■Current Status:

◆Graduate Student, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University

■Research Theme

◆Modern History of "Folk Dance/Folkloric Performing Arts": A Case of Wild Horse Dance at Ookawadai (Graduation Thesis)

◇"Folk Dance" Movements of Cultural Maneuver Party in Culture Movements in 1950s
◇"Minmai Education" Starting from 1970s
◇Conflict between Locals and Outside Performers in Folkloric Performing Arts

■Academic Achievements

◆March 25, 2011 "History Is Narrative, then Who Owns the Narrative?: Presentation at the Special Public Symposium 'After Metahistory: Lecture on Postmodernism by Professor Hayden White'," Ars Vivendi Vol.3:254-256

◆March 31, 2010 "Folk Performing Arts within Cultural Movements of Japan in the 1950s: A Study on Hara Taro and Warabi-za," Core Ethics 6: 299-310 [PDF]/[Abstract in English]

◆October 22, 2009 "Who Writes History, Why We Write History and How We Write History?:From the Movement for People’s History and the Movement of Life-Writing Circles in 1950s Japan"
Special Public Opening Symposium "After Metahistory: Lecture on Postmodernism by Professor Hayden WHITE", Ritsumeikan University
http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/acd/gr/gsce/news/200901022_repo_2-e.htm

◆September 18, 2009 Designated Question "Opportunity for Taking about "War Experiences" in 1950s", "Methodology of Historical Sociology: Learning (from) Professor FUKUMA Yoshiaki's Works", Ryoyukan Building #842, Ritsumeikan University

◆March 8, 2009 "Modern History of "Folk Dance/Folkloric Performing Arts": A Case of Wild Horse Dance at Ookawadai", Meeting for Presenting Academic Papers on Folklore, The 840th Meeting of the Folklore Society of Japan

◆December 2007 "Book Review: YOSHIMURA Kazuma, TANAKA Satoshi & OMOTE Tomoyuki Manga Facing Discrimination", Shisoshi Kenkyukai Kaiho25

■Projects

◆Project Member, Projects Led by Graduate Students at Ars Vivendi, "Study Group on Ars Vivendi and Literature" in FY 2010


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