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December 13, 2011

The 117th GCOE Seminar

 1. “The script of <Takenoma> <Goten> <Yukashita>’”

Lecturer: Futamata Nozomi (RA/Japanese Culture Research Group/Ritsumeikan University Graduate School of Letters D1)

 

2. “Constructing a Platform for Situated Learning of Japanese Traditional Culture in the 3D Metaverse -Preliminary experimentation and future research-“

Lecturer: Tamai Michiru (RA/Web Application Technology Research Group/Ritsumeikan University Graduate School of Policy Science D2)

 

3. “Considering Digital Contributions to Visual Literature Research

Lecturer: Yang Xiaojie (Professor, University of Calgary)

 

Time: December 13 (Tues.) 18:00-19:30 (6th Period)

Place: (Kinugasa) Ritsumeikan University Art Research Center Multipurpose Room (BKC) Please use the Internet (Power Live)

Free admission (No reservation required)

 

* The general public may also participate in the seminar through the Internet.

* Starting in the afternoon on the day of the event, materials can be viewed at the following link (for a limited time): 

http://www.arc.ritsumei.ac.jp/archive01/jimu/GCOESeminar/haifu-index.html

 

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November 29, 2011

The 116th GCOE Seminar

 The Program has been updated.

 

1. "To be announced"

Lecturer: Futama Hitomi (RA/Japanese Culture Research Group) 

 

2. “Mitate of "Suikoden" by Utagawa Kunisada”

Lecturer: Jo Peeng (PD/Japanese Culture Research Group)

 

3. “Transition of River transportation in modern Kyoto”

Lecturer: Iizuka Takashi (RA/Historical Geography Information Research Group)

 

Date: November 29 (Tues.) 18:00-19:00 (6th Period)

Place: (Kinugasa) Ritsumeikan University Art Research Center Multipurpose Room (BKC) Please use the Internet (Power Live)

Free admission (No reservation required)

 

* The general public may also participate in the seminar through the Internet.

* Starting in the afternoon on the day of the event, materials can be viewed at the following link (for a limited time):

http://www.arc.ritsumei.ac.jp/archive01/jimu/GCOESeminar/haifu-index.html

 

For presentation abstracts, please click “more” below.

 

 

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November 15, 2011

The 115th GCOE Seminar

1. “The Battlefields of Kyoto and Fighting Methods”

Lecturer: Hanada Takuji (PD/Kyoto Culture Research Group)

 

2. "Distribution of dyeing and weaving manufacturers from “Large-scale Maps of Kyoto City”

Lecturer: Yamamoto Masako (PD/Kyoto Culture Research Group)

 

Time: November 15 (Tues.) 18:00-19:00 (6th Period)

Place: (Kinugasa) Ritsumeikan University Art Research Center Multipurpose Room (BKC) Please use the Internet (Power Live)

Free admission (No reservation required)

 

* Following the two presentations, we will carry out preparations for the DH-JAC2011 Demonstration Exhibition Hall. We encourage all young researchers to attend.

 

* The general public may also participate in the seminar through the Internet.

* Starting in the afternoon on the day of the event, materials can be viewed at the following link (for a limited time):

http://www.arc.ritsumei.ac.jp/archive01/jimu/GCOESeminar/haifu-index.html

 

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November 8, 2011

The 114th GCOE Seminar/Dissertation Prospectus Presentation Meeting

 

Following up on the “Theme Establishment Examination,” we will hold a dissertation prospectus presentation meeting for doctoral students who entered in April 2009. We will also hold the presentation of Matthew Shores, whose presentation on July 19th was postponed due to the typhoon.

 

Each presenter will give a 40 minute presentation followed by a 20 minute question and answer period, totaling one hour.
 

Time:

November 1 (Tues.) 18:00-20:00

 [18:00-19:00]
 
Presenter:Monika Bincsik 

(Digital Archive Technology Research Group/Ritsumeikan University Graduate School of Science and Engineering, D3)

 [19:00-19:30]
Title:

 “Same But Different Stories in Kamigata and Tokyo Rakugo”

Presenter: Matthew Shores 

 (Ph.D. Candidate, University of Hawai’i at Manoa)

Place:

(Kinugasa) Ritsumeikan University Art Research Center Multipurpose Room

(BKC) Please use the Internet (Power Live)

* Starting in the afternoon on the day of the event, materials can be viewed at the following link (for a limited time):

http://www.arc.ritsumei.ac.jp/archive01/jimu/GCOESeminar/haifu-index.html

 

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November 8, 2011

GCOE Seminar Special Edition

 For this special edition of the GCOE Seminar, we will hold a special lecture by Dr. Rupert Faulkner of the Victoria and Albert Museum.

 

Prsentation Title:

“The Mazarin Chest Project: TheConservation, Science and Material Culture of Japanese Export Lacquer”

Lecturer: Dr. Rupert Faulkner (Senior Curator in the East Asian Section of the Asian Department at the Victoria and Albert Museum)

 

Time: 2011.11/08 (Tues.) 16:20-17:50 (5th Period)

* Please note: this is different from the usual time for the GCOE seminar.

Place: (Kinugasa) Ritsumeikan University Art Research Center Multipurpose Room

Free admission (No reservation required)

November 1, 2011

The 113th GCOE Seminar/Dissertation Prospectus Presentation Meeting

 Following up on the “Theme Establishment Examination,” we will hold a dissertation prospectus presentation meeting for doctoral students who entered in April 2009.

Each presenter will give a 40 minute presentation followed by a 20 minute question and answer period, totaling one hour.
 

Time:

November 1 (Tues.) 18:00-20:00

 [18:00-19:00]
Title:

Research Proposal: Sensemaking and formation of new knowledge from historical text data

Presenter:Alejandro Toledo Nolasco 

(Digital Archive Technology Research Group/Ritsumeikan University Graduate School of Science and Engineering, D3)

 [19:00-20:00]
Title:

Integrated dance body motion archiving system with motion capture and dance notation

Presenter:Worawat Choensawat  

(Digital Archive Technology Research Group/Ritsumeikan University Graduate School of Science and Engineering, D3)

Place:

(Kinugasa) Ritsumeikan University Art Research Center Multipurpose Room

(BKC) Please use the Internet (Power Live)

 

October 18, 2011

The 112th GCOE Seminar/Dissertation Prospectus Presentation Meeting

 Following up on the “Theme Establishment Examination,” we will hold a dissertation prospectus presentation meeting for doctoral students who entered in April 2009.

Each presenter will give a 40 minute presentation followed by a 20 minute question and answer period, totaling one hour.
 

Time:

October 18 (Tues.) 18:00-20:00

 [18:00-19:00]
Title:

Expressions of Clothing seen in the Cultural Background of the Edo and Meiji Periods

Presenter:Kamo Mizuho 
(Japanese Culture Research Group/Ritsumeikan University Graduate School of Letters D3)
 
Place:

(Kinugasa) Ritsumeikan University Art Research Center Multipurpose Room

(BKC) Please use the Internet (Power Live)

 

*Following the Prospectus Presentation Meeting, we will hold the Opinion Exchange Meeting that was postponed due to the typhoon.

October 4, 2011

The 111th GCOE Seminar/Dissertation Prospectus Presentation Meeting

Following up on the “Theme Establishment Examination,” we will hold a dissertation prospectus presentation meeting for doctoral students who entered in April 2009.

Each presenter will give a 40 minute presentation followed by a 20 minute question and answer period, totaling one hour.
 

Time:

October 4 (Tues.) 18:00-20:00

 [18:00-19:00]
Title:

Literature as Statements of Resistance: How did Modern Japanese Literature Depict the Opium Problem?

Presenter:Mikami Sōta 
(Japanese Culture Research Group/Ritsumeikan University Graduate School of Letters D3)
 [19:00-20:00]
Title:

Shared Research based on Geo-Spatial Information from “Voluntary Geographical Information”

Presenter:Seto Toshikazu 

(Historical Geography Information Research Group/Ritsumeikan University GraduateSchool of Letters D3)

Place:

(Kinugasa) Ritsumeikan University Art Research Center Multipurpose Room

(BKC) Please use the Internet (Power Live)

 

September 6, 2011

GCOE Seminar Supplemental (Vol. 20)

For this supplemental GCOE Seminar, we will hold a special lecture at the Research Center for Disaster Mitigation of Urban Cultural Heritage, given by Professors Paul Longley (Department of Geography, University College London, UK) and James Cheshire (Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London, UK).

 

“People, places, and the practice of geographic information science”

 

Lecturers:

Professor Paul Longley (Department of Geography, University College London, UK)

Professor James Cheshire (Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London, UK) 

 

Time: 2011.09/06 (Tues.) 13:00-14:00

Place: Ritsumeikan University Research Center for Disaster Mitigation of Urban Cultural

Heritage, B1F, Conference Hall

* Please note: this is different from the usual time and place for the GCOE seminar.

Free attendance (No reservation required)

Co-sponsor: Private University Strategic Foundation Formation Research, “Comprehensive Research on Kyoto Craft Culture”

 

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July 19, 2011

The 110th GCOE Seminar

 Program has been updated.

1. "Same But Different Stories in Kamigata and Tokyo Rakugo"
Lecturer:Matthew Shores (Ph.D. candidate, University of Hawai‘i at Mânoa)

 

2. “Literary Research of the “Outer Territories” and Digital Archives”

Lecturer: Mikami Sōta (RA/Japanese Culture Research Group/Ritsumeikan University Graduate School of Letters D3)

 

3. “Printing blocks in a "white" state"

Lecturer: Kaneko Takaaki (PD/Japanese Culture Research Group)

 

Time: July 19 (Tues.) 18:00-19:30 (6th Period)

Place: (Kinugasa) Ritsumeikan University Art Research Center Multipurpose Room (BKC) Please use the Internet (Power Live)

Free of charge (no reservation required)

 

* The general public may also participate in the seminar through the Internet.

* Starting in the afternoon on the day of the event, materials can be viewed at the following link (for a limited time):

http://www.arc.ritsumei.ac.jp/archive01/jimu/GCOESeminar/haifu-index.html

 

To view presentation abstracts, please click on “more” below.

 

 

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