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The Kinugasa Research Organization

 (Female)
 Keiko   SUZUKI  Professor

■Concurrent affiliation
The Kinugasa Research Organization   /
Art Research Center
■Graduate school/University/other
12/2006  University of Wisconsin-Madison  Department of Anthropology, Graduate School  Cultural Anthropology  Doctoral course second term (Doctoral)  Completed
 New York University  Graduate School of Arts and Sciences  Department of Anthropology, and Museum Studies Program  Master's course  Completed
■Academic degrees
Ph.D. (Anthropology) (12/2006 University of Wisconsin-Madison)   MA (Anthropology) and Professional Certificate in Museum Studies (New York University)  
■Career history
10/01/2008-12/31/2008  Research Assistant, Kinugasa Research Organization, Ritsumeikan Univerisity
01/01/2009-03/31/2012  Associate Professor, Kinugasa Research Organization, Ritsumeikan University
04/01/2012-03/31/2013  Professor, Kinugasa Research Organization, Ritsumeikan University
04/01/2012-  Deputy-director, Art Research Center, Kinugasa Research Organization, Ritsumeikan University
04/01/2013-  Eminent Professor, Kinugasa Research Organization, Ritsumeikan University
■Committee history
04/2012-  Art Research Center, Kinugasa Research Organization, Ritsumeikan University  Deputy Director
09/2014-  The Japanese Association for Digital Humanities  Executive Board Member
11/2016-  International Association for Japan Studies  理事
■Academic society memberships
Association for Asian Studies  
Japanese Art History Forum  
International Association for Japan Studies  
The European Association for Japanese Studies  
■Subject of research
Visualizing Others in Japanese Popular Art from Edo to Early Meiji
■Research summary
Visualization of other people found in the Japanese woodblock prints from the edo era to the Meiji era

 I position the Japanese woodblock prints from the edo era to the Meiji era as a visual culture by Chonins (townsmen) and research the symbolic and historical meaning of the visual representation of foreigners drawn there in an interdisciplinary way.
■Research keywords
Cultural anthropology, historical anthropology, symbolic anthropology, visual culture, cultural studies, art history, museum studies, representation, material culture 
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Books
“Kimono Culture in Twentieth-Century Global Circulation: "Kimonos, Aloha Shirts, Suka-jan, and Happy Coats” in Linking Cloth/Clothing Globally: Transformations of Use & Value, c. 1700-2000, ed. by Miki Sugiura, ICES Series of Studies in International Economy, vol.1, Tokyo: ICES, Hosei University (forthcoming).  Keiko Suzuki  法政大学比較経済研究所  12/2018
『国際ワークショップ 学術資料としての『型紙』―資料の共有化と活用に向けて 報告書』  Keiko Suzuki, and Mizuho Kamo  Art Research Center, Ritsumeikan University  03/2017
Kyoto's Suminagashi-zome and Norinagashi-zome Dyeing Techniques: The History and New Possibilities  Ed. by Mihiko Aoki, and translated by Keiko Suzuki  京都工芸繊維大学美術工芸資料館/立命館大学アート・リサーチセンター 文部科学省 共同利用・共同研究拠点「日本文化資源デジタル・アーカイブ研究拠点」  10/2016
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Papers
On Global Linkage of Printing Designs: A Case Study of “African Prints” and Katagami  Keiko Suzuki  第8回横幹連合コンファレンス  12/2017  10.11487/oukan.2017.0_E-4-4
Deep Features for Image Classification and Image Similarity Perception  Zhenao Wei, Lilang Xiong, Kazuki Mori, Tung Duc Nguyen, Tomohiro Harada, Ruck Thawonmas, Keiko Suzuki, Masaaki Kidachi  Proceedings of JADH Conference  2017, 60-62  09/2017  2432-3187
「国際的な型紙研究の基盤構築と活用に向けて」  Keiko Suzuki  『国際ワークショップ 学術資料としての『型紙』―資料の共有化と活用に向けて 報告書』  4-5  03/2017
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Research presentations
Design Dialogues: Questions on Kosode and Japonse Rok's Commonalities  Roundtable History & Design
Kosode & Banyans: Contested World Views in an Attire c1580-1910  09/12/2018
Rethinking Katagami Designs from a Global Perspective  History & Design Roundtable:
Printed Textiles for West Africa. c1860-1980s. Low Countries, Scotland, Switzerland, Japan and their Global Connections  09/04/2018
身装画像データベース<近代日本の身装文化>のためのターミノロジーの英語翻訳  身装文化デジタルアーカイブ研究会  08/28/2018
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Other research achievements
海を渡った「きもの」文化 全3回講義
第1回「江戸時代の「きもの」文化とオランダ貿易」(4月19日)
第2回「近代の「きもの」文化とジャポニスム」(5月17日)
第3回「20世紀の「きもの」文化と国際化」(6月21日)  立命館大阪梅田キャンパス、立命館アカデミックセンター主催 2018年度おとなの学び舎  04/19/2018-06/21/2018
「ガウン、アロハシャツ、海を渡ったキモノ、京友禅。」  Radiant, Issue #7: Kyoto, Pp.2-4.  10/01/2017-
「私のリサーチライフ」  『立命研究者の会~研究者同士をつなげる交流の場~』 日 時:6月23日(金曜日)12:20~14:30 会 場:びわこ・くさつキャンパス(BKC) コアステーション3階「校友サロン」  06/23/2017-
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Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKENHI)
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Competitive grants, etc. (exc. KAKENHI)
浮世絵における他者の視覚化とカテゴリー化―視覚文化研究へのデジタル・ヒューマニティーズ的アプローチの試み  研究推進プログラム「若手・スタートアップ」(立命館大学)  2009  2009  Main representative
20世紀における「きもの」文化の近代化と国際化―物質文化・表象文化の視点から  文部科学省 「人文学及び社会科学における共同研究拠点の整備の推進事業」委託費による「服飾文化共同研究拠点」にかかわる共同研究課題の公募事業  2009  2011  Joint researcher
京都における工芸文化の総合研究  私立大学戦略的研究基盤形成支援事業  2010  2014  Joint researcher
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■Teaching experience   (Even top three results are displayed. In View details, all results for public presentation are displayed.)

Courses taught
2017  Project Seminar 3  Seminar
2017  Project Seminar 4  Seminar
2017  Graduate Research 1(Master Course)  Seminar
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Teaching achievements
「海外での研究報告」実践講座
(日本文化デジタル・ヒューマニティーズ教育プログラム)  05/2010-05/2010
立命館大学 新任教員対象 実践的FDプログラム受講  05/2009-12/2010
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■Research keywords(on a multiple-choice system)
Cultural assets study and museology
Area Studies
Fine art history
Historical studies in general
Japanese history
Cultural anthropology