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Dr. Nobuko Toyosawa

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Oddělení východní Asie
 
Telefon: 266 052 537
 
OBLAST ZÁJMU:

Kulturní a intelektuální dějiny moderního Japonska

Dějiny lidské zkušenosti se měří a vypravují různými způsoby. Často zapomínáme, že se nám předkládá jako skutečnost,  je pouze jednou z mnoha možností. Zajímá mne zkoumání procesů, struktur a systému, které se podílí na formování znalostí a kulturních interpretací, a způsoby, jak je naše skutečnost vytvářena. Cílem mého výzkumu je identifikovat minulost v přítomnosti a využití těchto zjištění jako nástrojů politické a společenské kritiky.

 
VZDĚLÁNÍ:
2000-2008      Ph.D. program in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. (Thesis: The Cartography of Epistemology: The Production of ‘National’ Space in Late 19th Century Japan)
1998-2000      M.A. in the Department of EALC, UIUC
 
AKADEMICKÁ PRAXE:
2017-                             Research Fellow in the Oriental Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences.
2013-2016                    Postdoctoral Fellow in Early Modern Japanese Studies, Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, The University of Chicago.
2012-2013                    Teaching Fellow in Japanese History, School of History, Classics and Archaeology, Newcastle University, UK.
2011-2012                    Research Scholar, History Department, University of Southern California.
2009-2011                    Andrew Mellon Teaching Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of History, USC.
2008-2009                    Visiting Scholar, Department of History, USC.
 

Ostatní akademické aktivity:

  • Summer 2017 Instructor for the Summer Intensive Kuzushiji Workshop, The University of Chicago
  • Summer 2012 Fellow in the NEH Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities Spatial Narrative and Deep Maps: Exploration in the Spatial Humanities, University of California, Los Angeles.

 

 

VYBRANÁ PUBLIKAČNÍ ČINNOST
Monografie
  • 2019. Imaginative Mapping: Landscape and Japanese Identity in the Tokugawa and Meiji Eras. Harvard University Asia Center.
 
Recenze
  • 2015. Katsuya Hirano, The Politics of Dialogic Imagination: Power and Popular Culture in Early Modern Japan (University of Chicago, 2013) in Nihon kenkyū (Japanese Studies) 52.
 
Kapitoly v knihách a články
  • (2019). “Experiencing Miracles in Early Modern Japan: Inventing the Sacred Landscapes in the Capital,” Special Issue, “Walking with Saints: Protection, Devotion, and Civic Identity,” The Annals of the City of Ronse.
  • (prosinec 2019). "Introduction to ‘Rethinking the Past, Culture, and Identity in Early Modern Japan’” in _Japan Forum_ 31:4.
    (prosinec 2019). “Art and Politics of the Ezo Landscape: Tani Motokatsu (1778-1840), Ezochi, and Nineteenth-Century Japan” in _Japan Forum_ 31:4.
  • 2015. “Mobilizing Spatial Imaginations: Kaibara Ekiken Narrates the History of Early Modern Japan,” in Colin Divall, ed., Cultural Histories of Sociability, Spaces, and Mobility (London: Pickering and Chatto Publishers).
  • 2015. “Inscribing the Past: Depth as Narrative in Historical Spacetime” (with Philip J. Ethington) in David Bodenhamer, et al, Deep Maps and Spatial Narratives (Indiana University Press).
  • 2013. “An Imperial Vision: Nihon fūkeiron (On the Landscape of Japan, 1894) and Naturalized Nature,” Studies on Asia (https://castle.eiu.edu/studiesonasia/documents/seriesIV/Toyosawa_Studies_March2013.pdf).