Teaching Staff (Liberal Arts Core / Graduate School of Transdisciplinary Arts)

白杉悦雄
Title Professor
Research Fields History of Science / Cultural history
Education
1994
Doctoral course (History of Chinese Philosophy – completed without degree), Kyoto University
1990
M.A. (History of Chinese Philosophy), Kyoto University
1988
B.A. (History of Chinese Philosophy), Kyoto University
1980
Graduated, The Japan School of Acupuncture, Moxibustion and Physiotherapy (Hanada College), Tokyo
1975
Bachelor’s (Law), Chuo University, Tokyo
Selected Professional Experience
2019-Present
Professor, Akita University of Art
1997-2018
Associate Professor; Professor; General Education Center Director; Dean of Graduate School, Tohoku University of Art and Design, Yamagata
1993-1997
Adjunct lecturer, Mukogawa Women’s University (Hyogo); Kyoto College of Medical Technology; Kansai University (Osaka, 1994-1997)
Selected Bibliography
2018
Seijuku shakai ni okeru geijutsu to jinbunchi: Ekkyo-suru ato no shiten [Art and humanity in mature societies: The transgressive viewpoint of art]. An International Conference on Transdisciplinary Arts 2018: Sendai Session.
2016
Toyoigaku / Kanpo: ‘Katakori’ to ‘hie’ ni tsuite [Eastern medicine / Chinese traditional medicine: ‘Stiff necks’ and ‘chills’]. Journal of the Research Department of the Toyo Bunko 97(4), pp.487-489. Toyo Bunko
2014
Hie to katakori: Shintaikankaku no kokogaku [Chills and Stiff Necks: The Archeology of Bodily Sensation]. Kodansha
2007
Envisioning the inner body during the Edo period in Japan: Inshoku yojo kagami (Rules of dietary life) and Boji yojo kagami (Rules of sexual life). Anatomical Science International 82(1), pp.46-52. Japanese Association of Anatomists
Courses Taught Academic Literacy 2

(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)

Further details (in Japanese) can be found at the following link: Etsuo Shirasugi (Japanese page)