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Nobuko Toyosawa, PhD.                                                                                                               Nabuko Toyosawa_web pic
 
Oddělení východní Asie
 
Telefon: 266 052 537
 
OBLAST ZÁJMU:
  • Kulturní a intelektuální dějiny moderního Japonska
  • Výzkum zaměřený na prolínání nacionalismu s estetikou, krajiny s ideologií, prostorového narativu a dějin, estetiky a morálky, tzn. všeho, co utváří naše vnímání a realitu 
 
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
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
  • 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).