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NIJL Kotenseki Seminar 2018 (Seminar on Pre-Modern Japanese Books): NIJL Seminar 2018 国文研セミナー

NIJL Seminar held in the Honolulu Museum of Art on March 1, 2018.

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Presentation Resources

Some images of the Japanese books in the presentation slides are from the Richard Lane Collection at the Honolulu Museum of Art.

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Instructors

(by order of appearance)

OCHIAI Hiroshi 落合博志 , Professor of the National Institute of Japanese Literature and SOKENDAI (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies)
Field of expertise: Japanese Medieval Literature (Prose and Traditional performing art), Cataloging of Pre-modern Japanese texts.
Literary works: “Chūsei Kayō Shiryōshū” (2005), “Edo-jidai Shoki Shuppan Nenpyō” (2011), “Kami to Hotoke ni Inoru Yama” (2016)
Articles: “Bussho kara miru Nihon no Kotenseki” (2014)

KANSAKU Kenichi 神作研一, Professor of the National Institute of Japanese Literature and SOKENDAI (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies)
Field of expertise: Japanese Literature in the Edo Period (Waka and History of Literature and Fine Art)
Literary works: “Kinsei Waka-shi no Kenkyū” (2013), “Siebold Nihon Shoseki Collection” (2014), Articles: “An Outline of the History of Waka in the Edo Period” (2014)

KOIDA Tomoko  恋田知子, Assistant Professor of the National Institute of Japanese Literature
Field of expertise: Japanese Medieval Literature (Tales, Legends, and Folktales. Temple records)
Literary works: “Hotoke to Onna no Muromachi – Monogatari-sōshi Ron “ (2008), “E ga Monogataru Nihon-NY Spencer Collection o Tazunete” (2014)
Articles: “The Current State of Research on Monogatari-sōshi: Women, Changelings, and Other Worlds in Otogi-zōshi” (2017)

IRIGUCHI Atsushi 入口敦志 , Associate Professor of the National Institute of Japanese Literature and SOKENDAI (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies)
Field of expertise: Japanese Literature in the Edo period (History of Literature and Fine Art in the Early Edo period)
Literary works: “Buke Kenryoku to Bungaku” (2013), “Kanji, Katakana, Hiragana – Hyōki no Shisō” (2016),
Articles: “Egakareta Yume” (2015), “Kokatsuji-ban no Reimei” (2015)

YAMASHITA Noriko 山下則子 , Professor of the National Institute of Japanese Literature and SOKENDAI (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies)
Field of expertise: Japanese Literature in the Edo Period (Performance art, Ukiyo-e, Kusazōshi)
Literary works: “Kusazōshi to Engeki” (2004)
Articles: “Publishing THE STAGE – Print and Performance in Early Modern Japan” (2011), “Ukiyo-e Caricatures” (2016)

 

 

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