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Faculty

Visiting Research Scholars

HAIJIMA Agnese
Specialized Field(s) Japanese art history, Japanese culture
Current Research Themes Japanese ceramics
Keywords for Research Kyō-yaki

Education

2009
Ph.D., Department of Japanese Language and Culture , Graduate Scholl of Languages and Cultures, Nagoya University

Professional Experience

2018
Visiting Professor, Oslo University
2018
Visiting Professor, Boston College
2019
Visiting Professor, Ca.'Foscari University of Venice
2009
Associate Professor, University of Latvia
2022 Visiting Research Scholar, International Research Center for Japanese Studies

Degree(s)

2009
Ph.D., Nagoya University

Achievements

Articles
  • ・ Environmental Strategies and Preservation of Ancient Traditions in Contemporary Japanese Gardens with Focus on “Suzaku no niwa” (朱雀の庭) “Red Phoenix Garden” in Kyoto and “Suikei-en”「水景園」 “Water Mirror Garden” at Keihanna Commemorative Park, Nara Prefecture, Orientalistics Vol. 819, University of Latvia, Riga, 2021, pp.98-119
  • ・ Traditional Elements in Contemporary Japanese Architecture, Religious Philosophical Articles XXVI, University of Latvia, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Riga, 2019, pp.7-39
  • ・ Nature in Miniature in Modern Japanese Urban Space: Tsuboniwa – Pocket Gardens, Edizioni Ca’Foscari: Rethinking Nature in Japan, From Tradition to Modernity , Ca’Foscari University, Venice, 2016, pp.27-63
  • ・ Reliģiskā simbolika sezonas, dienas laika un laika apstākļu attēlojumāSeššū (1420–1506) “Ainavu tīstoklī četros gadalaikos ”, Orientālistika 779, Latvijas Universitāte, Rīga, 2012, pp.77-86
    ( Religious Symbolism in the Depiction of Seasons,Weather and Day Time in Sesshu’s (1420–1506)“Landscape Scroll of the Four Seasons”, Orientalistics 779, University of Latvia, Riga, 2012, pp.77-86 )
  • ・ 「雪舟筆「四季山水図巻」に見られる「聖」と「俗」のモチーフ―「山市晴嵐」の場面を中心に―」, 『言葉と文化』第10号 , 名古屋大学, 名古屋, 2009年, pp.243-262
    ( The Depiction of “Sacred” and “Worldly” Motifs in Sesshū’s “Ink Landscape in Four Seasons with a Focus on a Mountain Market Scene”, Kotoba to bunka Vol.10, Nagoya University, Nagoya, 2009, pp.243-262 )
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  • ・ 「雪舟絵画に見られる太湖石のモチーフとその意味―雪舟筆「四季山水図巻」を中心に―」, 『言葉と文化』第9号, 名古屋大学, 名古屋, 2008年, pp.53-70
    ( Taikoseki Motif and Its Meaning in Sesshū’s Painting”with Focus on Landscape Scroll of the Four Seasons”, Kotoba to bunka Vol.9, Nagoya University, Nagoya , 2008, pp.53-70 )
  • ・ 「雪舟筆「四季山水図巻」に見られる宗教的世界―「煙寺晩鐘」の場面を中心に」, 『デザイン理論』第51号, 意匠学会, 2007年, pp.45-58
    ( Religious Ideas in Sesshū’s Landscape Scroll of the Four Seasons, with Focus on Evening Bell from Mist Shrouded Temple Space Unit, Japan Association of Design, 2007, pp.45-58 )
Other Publications
  • ・ Cultural ties between Japan and Latvia: with focus on architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and art collections, The Artistic Traditions of Non-European Cultures vol. 7/8, Polish Institute of World Art Studies, Krakow, Poland, 2020
  • ・ Distinctive features of Japanese interior design, Japan: Fictions and Reality Vol.5, Nicolaus Copernicus University Press, Torun, Poland, 2020
  • ・ 「雪舟絵画に見られる典型的山のモチーフとその意味―平らな「闕型」の山と傾いた山型」, 『文化創造の図像学 日本の宗教空間と身体』アジア遊学 154, 弁誠出版, 東京, 2014年
    ( Rock Types in Sesshū’s Ink Landscape Paintings and their Meaning:Focusing on Flat "Que-shaped" Mountains and Slim, Vertical Peaks, Iconography of Cultural Creation - Japanese Religious Space and Body Ajia Yūgaku 154, Bensei publishers, Tokyo, 2014 )
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