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ART RESEARCH

Since its establishment in 1998, the Art Research Center, Ritsumeikan University, has been publishing the academic journal ART RESEARCH every year. From vol.22, it is published as an e-journal several times a year and also made available as a summarized booklet with the purpose of widely publicizing the research activities and outcomes of research projects conducted at the Art Research Center.

academic journal「ART RESEARCH」vol.24-2  (issued on November 8, 2023) new
Research Paper

Estimation of economic ripple effects from local government video archive.
Case Study of Ueda City Digital Archive.

Yuji MIYATA

Sumo books published in the Meiji era in the collection of Teiji Kojiina
-- About "Wrestlers and Wrestling in Japan" (W. K. Burton. J. Inouye)

Nozornu ATAKA

Research Papers upon request

'After Native Drawings':
early Western reproductions of ukiyo-e prints and book illustrations

Ellis Tinios / English version

'After Native Drawings':
early Western reproductions of ukiyo-e prints and book illustrations

Ellis Tinios(Japanese Translation: Ryoko Matsuba) / Japanese version

Research Report

Preventing Cheating in an Audience Participation Game by Adding a Virtual Moderator
Roman Savchyn, Febri Abdullah, Ruck Thawonmas

International ARC Seminar Report

Implementing the "ARC Model" in the U.K.
――Digitising Sword Ornaments at the British Museum

Joseph Bills, Liam Head, Bori Ko / English version

Implementing the "ARC Model" in the U.K.
――Digitising Sword Ornaments at the British Museum

Joseph Bills, Liam Head, Bori Ko (Japanese Translation: Joseph Bills) / Japanese version

Introduction to a Collection

Buddhist scriptures edited by 相覚(Sōgaku) and received by 聖通(Shōtuu) :"Kokuketsushō-kuketsu" from the Fujii Eikan Collection
Soichiro OTA

ARC Event Review

<Review of the 115st International ARC Seminar(Ryuzo UENO)>
The Acceptance of"Sanguozhi" in Japan through Ukiyo-e

Shiori TOTSUKA

<Review of the 118st International ARC Seminar(Chiaki TAKAHASHI)>
Prize Contests and Photographs: Communities of Magazines and Readers

Mutsuki YAMAMOTO

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Series「Digital Humanities for Japanese Arts and Cultures」

The research results of members of our Center were published bilingually under the supervision of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology's Global COE Programme " Digital Humanities for Japanese Arts and Cultures" (Ritsumeikan University).

New Directions in Digital Humanities for Japanese Arts and Cultures

A5・216p
Published 2009/03/01.
2,592円+tax

Authors: Masao Kawashima・Ryo Akama・Keiji Yano・Kozaburo Hachimura・Mitsuyuki Inaba

How will "digital humanities" change?

What is the new horizon in Japanese culture research that has evolved as a result of the integration of humanities and information sciences spread across the world? With the latest concepts in "Digital Humanities" that make full use of information technology, future prospects are presented with the aim of further intensifying qualitative research.

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ART RESEARCH CENTER Brochure
You can download our Center's introductory brochures below.
They are also available free of charge at our Center.
Brochure in Japanese language

A3・4p
Brochure in English language

A3・4p