Updated on 2021/06/27

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FUKUSHIMA Nahoko

Associate Professor

Employment Record in Research 【 display / non-display

  • 2012.04
     
     

    Tokyo University of AgricultureFaculty of International Agriculture and Food Studies   Associate Professor  

Academic Society Membership 【 display / non-display

  • 1991.09
     
     
     

    Association of Asian Studies

  • 1995.07
     
     
     

    The Japanese Society for Aesthetics

Research Interests 【 display / non-display

  • Aesthetics, Literature, Cultural Nature Study, Comparative Culture, Performing Arts

Published Papers 【 display / non-display

  • The Flow of Time in Spenser's "Epithlamion"

    福島 菜穂子

    立教大学文学部英米文学科     2011.03

    Academic JournalResearch paper (scientific journal)   Single Work

Books 【 display / non-display

  • The Joy of Tidal Flat Studies

    Masami Ogura, Nahoko Fukushima (Part: Joint Work )

    Yasaka Shobo Inc.  2014.07

Honours, Awards and Prizes 【 display / non-display

  • CEW (Center for the Education of Women) Scholar

    1994.06    

    Winner: Nahoko Fukushima

Oral Presentation 【 display / non-display

  • Acting out "Yūshi hōgen"

    Nahoko Fukushima

    2012.07  -  2012.07 

Social Contribution 【 display / non-display

  • Japan Gallery Opening Ceremony at Detroit Institute of Arts

    DIA Japan Gallery (Detroit Institute of Arts)  Japan Gallery Opening Ceremony at Detroit Institute of Arts 

    2017.11
     
     

  • YIS Sumo Workshop at Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture

    Yokohama International School  YIS Sumo Workshop at Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture 

    2018.02
     
     

  • Demonstration and Workshop with members of the Yamamoto Tojiro Kyōgen Company,

    Hofstra University, NY, USA. Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan  Demonstration and Workshop with members of the Yamamoto Tojiro Kyōgen Company, 

    2019.11
     
     

Industry-academia collaboration 【 display / non-display

  • I would cooperate if any chance arises.

Attractiveness of Research 【 display / non-display

  • Many forms of Japanese art and culture known for their uniqueness have their roots in agricultural activities. The beauty seen in Japanese art forms is always closely related to their natural environments. Learning and experiencing these cultural and artistic productions, I believe, are as important and enticing as studying agriculture.