Teaching Staff (Liberal Arts Core)

Title Professor
Research Fields Modern Japanese art history / History of U.S. – Japanese artistic exchange
Ph.D. (Literature), Waseda University
Ph.D. (Art History – completed without degree), Waseda University
M.A. (Literature [Art History]), Waseda University
Bachelor’s (Letters, Arts and Sciences I [Art History]), Waseda University
Study abroad, Université Lille 3 Charles-de-Gaulle: sciences humaines et sociales (Lille III), France
Selected Professional Experience
Professor, Akita University of Art
Specially-Appointed Professor, Tokyo Zokei University
Adjunct Lecturer, Tokyo Keizai University
Selected Bibliography

Kindai ni okeru Amerika de no Nihon bijutsu-ten [Modern exhibitions of Japanese art in the United States]. Journal of the Association for the Study of Modern Japanese Art History (26), pp.76-90

‘The special loan exhibition of art treasures from Japan’ held at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in 1936 and the essay on Japanese Art by Yukio Yashiro. Faculty Research Bulletin 2016, pp.17-26. Akita University of Art
Shaman Ri to reisen-moto no Amerika ni okeru Nihon bijutsu juyo [Sherman Lee and the reception of Japanese art in Cold-War America]. Kajima Foundation for the Arts Annual Report (32), pp.341-347
The concept of ‘art’ in Japan and international expositions of the Meiji period. Crossing Cultures: Conflict, Migration, Convergence (Jaynie Anderson, ed.). Miegunyah
The relationship between sculpture and ‘kogei’ in Takamura Koun’s ‘Old Monkey’. Aesthetics, No. 8
Courses Taught Art and Architecture of the Tohoku Region
History of Japanese Art
History of Modern Drawing and Painting
Principles of Museology
Museum Education
Museum Collections

(Graduate School of Transdisciplinary Arts)

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

Further details (in Japanese) can be found at the following link: SHIMURA Shoko (Japanese page)