Teaching Staff (Arts & Roots)

石倉敏明
Title Associate Professor
Research Fields Art anthropology / Mythology
Education
2010
Doctoral course (Policy Studies – completed without degree), Chuo University, Tokyo
2002
Master’s (Policy Studies), Chuo University
1997
Bachelor’s (International Relations), Asia University, Tokyo
Selected Professional Experience
2013-Present
Lecturer (2013-2017); Associate Professor (2017-Present), Akita University of Art
2011-Present
Researcher, Institut pour la Science Sauvage, Meiji University
Recent Activities <Selected Essays>

2012
Ikiteiru mandara: Vajura yogini to Sanku no seitai uchuron [Living mandala: Vajrayogini and the eco-cosmology of Sankhu]. Hito to dobutsu no jinruigaku (Kitaru-beki jinruigaku 5) [Anthropology of Humans and Animals (The Future of Anthropology (5))]. Shumpusha

2011
Geijutsu jinruigaku koto hajime [The beginning of art anthropology]. Art Anthropology (05). Tama Art University Institute for Art Anthropology

Seimei to geijutsu no hassei: ‘Haha’ no seisei hyogen ni tsuite [The generation of life and art: On the sacred expression of ‘Mother’]. Bulletin of Tama Art University (26), pp.141-156. Tama Art University

 

<Co-author / contributor>

2012
Seikatsu shiso no chizu o hirogete [Spread the map of life thought] (with Takashi Kurata and Ryuji Mitani). Dogu no ashiato: Seikatsu kogei no chizu o hirogete [Tool Marks: Spread the Map of Life Craft], pp.116-139. Anonima Studio

 

<Group exhibition>

2011
Shizen no sanbajutsu / MAIEUTIKE yasei no sozo [Natural Maieutics / MAIEUTIKE Wild Creation]. Mabuchicho ART + EAT, Tokyo
Courses Taught Life and Culture in the Tohoku Region
Cultural Anthropology
Advanced Cultural Anthropology
Contemporary Art Theory 1, 2
Contemporary Art Seminar (Arts & Roots)
Introduction to Arts & Roots
Arts & Roots Seminar
Art Project
Project Planning and Presentation
Graduation Project (Arts & Roots)

(Graduate School of Transdisciplinary Arts)

Transdisciplinary Arts Theory
Applied Transdisciplinary Arts Theory C
Transdisciplinary Arts Seminar
Guided Research I, II (Master’s Program)
Transdisciplinary Arts Research: Theory I, II
Guided Research I, II, III (Doctoral Program)

 

Example Works
「フィールドワーク光景」 (津軽半島/虫送り) 「フィールドワーク光景」 (北上山地/鹿踊り) 「編著、共著等の書籍」
 Fieldwork (Mushi-okuri [ceremony for driving away crop-eating insects], Tsugaru Peninsula, Aomori)  Fieldwork (Shishi-odori [deer dance], Kitakami Mountains, Iwate)  Various publications

Further details (in Japanese) can be found at the following link: Toshiaki Ishikura (Japanese page)