Vorträge / Presentations / 発表

(updated 7 June 2018)

 

2018 November 

Society for the History of the Humanities, "The Makings of the Humanities"

Venue: Amsterdam University / Netherlands

Title: Cultural discourse in the studies of Ego-documents. (in English language) 

* Currently applying for this symposium (NEW)

2018 27-29 Sep.                    

International symposium on the Paris Peace Conference entitled “The Treaty of Saint-Germain-en-Laye (1919) in the context of the European post-war order”, organized by The Austrian Academy of Sciences in collaboration with Vienna University and Graz University / Austria

Venue: The Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna

Title: Japan, the German empire, and Austria: Decision-making in the settlement of the post-war order of Europe between 1919 and 1923. (in German language)

 

2018 28-29 June                     

Symposium: “Japan on the Jesuit Stage”

Organizer: Ludwig Bolzmann Institute, Leo-Latin Studies, Austria

Title: A play with a focus on Toyotomi Hideyoshi entitled Comico-Tragoedia von Quabacondono einem Japonischem Tyrann: welcher auß einem Holtzhacker zu einem Monarchen vber gantz Japon erkiesen worden. Gehalten in dem Churfürstlichen Gymnasio der Societet Iesv zu München in 1631 (provisional title). (in English language)

2018 8-9 March                        

International symposium entitled “Proceedings of the 3rd civilization dialogue between Europe and Japan”

Venue: Tōkai University, European centre in Vedbæk / Denmark

Title: Japanese delegates and the world exposition in Vienna in 1873: From a diary of Michael Moser (1853-1912) (invited) (in English language) 

 

2017 13-16 Sep.                    

The 28th EAJRS (European Association Japanese Resource Specialists)

Venue: Oslo University / Norway

Title: The Austrian photographer Michael Moser (1853-1912) and his documents on Meiji-Japan. (accepted) (in English language)

* Awarded a scholarship by EAJRS (Toshiba International Foundation)

 

2017 29 March                                   

Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation in Bonn / Germany

Title: Japan and the demarcation problems of the German Empire after the First World War. (invited) (in German language)

 

2017 4 March                        

International symposium entitled “Proceedings of the 2nd civilization dialogue between Europe and Japan”

Venue: Tōkai University, European centre in Vedbæk / Denmark

Title: Interdisciplinary and international research on the practice of keeping a diary: A perspective for understanding the characteristics of the humanities in Japan. (invited) (in English language) (Published in 2017)

 

2016 24 Oct.                          

Regular series of lectures entitled “Discussions in Europe” in the framework of “EU-action, Jean Monnet”

Venue: The University of Hildesheim / Germany

Title: European views on Japan in Modern history from the 15th to the 19th century. (invited) (in German language)

(https://www.uni-hildesheim.de/media/fb1/geschichte/eg/ws2016/Vorträge/Miyata_Europagesprache.pdf)

 

2016 17 Sep.                          

Interdisciplinary symposium entitled “The culture of keeping a diary and creating self-narratives in modern Japan”

Venue: Meiji Gakuin University / Japan

Title: Perspectives for comparing diary studies in Europe and Japan: Research framework and theories. (invited) (in Japanese language) (To be published in 2017)

 

2015 14 Nov.                         

International symposium entitled “Proceedings of the 1st civilization dialogue between Europe and Japan”

Venue: Tōkai University, European centre in Vedbæk / Denmark

Title: European views on Japan during the 17th century: The European perceptions of Toyotomi Hideyoshi in the writings of Erasmus Francisci (1627-1694) and Eberhard Werner Happel (1647-1690). (invited) (in English language)

 

2012 21 Feb.                          

Joint Conference entitled “Documents relating to Japan during the 19th and 20th centuries in German and Austrian Archives”, organized by the Japan Academy of Science and the Historiographical Institute at Tokyo University

Venue: The University of Tokyo, Historiographical Institute

Title: The exhibition on the 150th year of the diplomatic relationship between Japan and Germany (invited) (in Japanese language)

 

2012 15 Feb.                          

OAG (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Natur- und Völkerkunde Ostasiens) in Tokyo

Title: Yin-Yang-theory and Daoism in relation to the legitimacy of ancient Japan: Their function in domestic and external political contexts. (in German language)

 

2010 8 June                            

The University of Bochum / Germany

Institute of East Asian Studies 

Title: The Japanese way of implementing Chinese thoughts and ideologies and the characteristics of Japanese legitimacy. (invited) (in German language)

 

2009 11 Dec.                         

Workshop entitled “Legitimacy of the Emperor Tenmu and Daoism”, organized by Prof Dr Herman Ooms

Venue: The University of California L.A., Terasaki Center for Japanese Studies

Title: The Japanese way of implementing Chinese thoughts and ideologies with a focus on Daoism. (in English language)

 

2009 29 Sep.-2. Oct.              

The 14th conference for Japanese Studies in German speaking countires (Deutschsprachiger Japanologentag)

Venue: The University of Halle-Wittenberg / Germany

Title: The background of the legend of Abe no Seimei, foremost divination master (On’yō-ji) of the Heian-period. (accepted) (in German language) (Published in 2012).

 

2008 6 May                            

The University of Tübingen / Germany

Institute for Japanese Studies

Title: Japanese legitimacy with a focus on Yin-Yang-theory and Daoism. (in German language)

 

2007 23 June                         

The 11th ASCJ (Asian Studies Conference in Japan)

Venue: Meiji Gakuin University / Japan

Title: Spirit and Body within Shamanism in Japan. (in English language) (Published in Asian Cultural Studies 34 in 2008).

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