“Japanese” StyleTAKII Kazuhiro（Professor）November 15, 2023
As seen from the Periphery and from Below: What I Have Learned from the Japanese Popular Culture Research ProjectLIU Jianhui (Professor)June 15, 2023
“Japan" as Portrayed in Western MusicMITSUHIRA Yūki (Liberal arts communicator, Center for Information and Public Relations (CIP), National Institu...November 15, 2022
From France to Shanghai and Nagasaki: Tracking the Culture Nurtured by the MissionariesSHIRAISHI Eri (Assistant Professor)September 15, 2022
TEAM RESEARCH REPORTS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS
Shukushō shakai no bunka sōzō：Fu：“shukushō shakai no ebidensu to messēji”ten no kiroku (Cultural Creativity in a Shrinking Society (with A Record of the Exhibition “Evidence of, and Messages from, a Shrinking Society))Shibunkaku Shuppan, August 2023.
TAKII Kazuhiro, Alistair SWALE, eds.
Meiji ishin to taishū bunka (The Meiji Restoration and Popular Culture)Shibunkaku Shuppan, March 2023.
INOUE Shōichi, SAITŌ Hikaru eds.,
Nūdo no Higashi Ajia: Fūzoku no kindaishi (East Asia in the Nude: A Modern History of Customs)TANKOSHA, March 2023.
Consortium for Global Japanese Studies, ed.
“Kokusai Nihon kenkyū” no shintenkai: Yōroppa to no taiwa kara (New Developments in Global Japanese Studies: In Dialogue with Europe)International Research Center for Japanese Studies, March 2023.
INAGA Shigemi, ed.
Kumo no sujō no mumyō: intānetto jidai no shinshinchi no sasshin ni mukete （Avidya on the Spiderʼs Web: In Search of Psycho-somatic Ethics in the Age of the Meta- and Multi-verse）Kachōsha, February 2023.
YASUI Manami, Lawrence E. MARCEAU, eds.
Sōzō suru shintai: 1. shintai imeeji no henyō (The Body as Subject (volume 1): Body Images Transformed) / Sōzō suru shintai: 2. shintai no mirai e (The Body as Subject (volume 2): Bodies yet to Come)Rinsen Shoten, December 2022.
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