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TAKAYAMA Hanako
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TAKAYAMA Hanako

Fields:Studies of Culture and Representation, History of Ideas
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Contact takayamahanako[at]gmail.com
 
Publications etc.
–Papers:

"Echoes of 'Biography': Roger Laporte after Moriendo", Sjoerd-Jeroen Moenandar and Nicole Kavner Miller eds., Not Ever Absent. Storytelling in Arts, Culture and Identity Formation, Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2015, pp. 165-172.

"Questioning the Ancient: Toward a Comparative Study between Dōgen and Blanchot", UTCP-Uehiro Booklet 5: Papers from the 2013 University of Tokyo-University of Hawai'i Summer Residential Institute in Comparative Philosophy, UTCP, July 2014, pp. 167-171.

"Listening to "A Moment": "Chant" as a Musical Notion in Maurice Blanchot", Journal of the Association for Studies of Culture and Representation, vol. 8, 2014, pp. 173-189 (in Japanese).

"La grossièreté de la métamorphose : Une analyse du corps et des métamorphoses d'Anne dans Thomas l'obscur", UTCP Booklet 26 : Métamorphose et Catastrophe, UTCP, March 2014, pp. 55-66.

"Listening to the Particles : A Comparison Between Zhuangzi and Blanchot", UTCP-Uehiro Booklet 1: Papers from the 2012 University of Tokyo-University of Hawai'i Summer Residential Institute in Comparative Philosophy, UTCP, August 2013, pp. 211-219.

Publications etc.
–Others:

"Blanchot and the Threshold of the Inaudible", UTCP-Sofia University Symposium: Literary Figures, University of Tokyo at Komaba, December 19, 2015 (in English).

"Roger Laporte and Listening in the Text―"Musical silence" in A Voice of Sheer Silence", 2014 East Asian Research Seminar for Graduate Students in Musicology, University of Tokyo at Komaba, November 23, 2014 (in English).

"Assigning the (Sound)Landscape: Blanchot's Written Differentiation of Birds", The 9th Annual Conference of the Association for Culture and Representation Studies, University of Tokyo at Komaba, July 6, 2014 (in Japanese).

"Narrative and Self-Reflexive Strategy in Roger Laporte", 6th Global Conference Storytelling: Global Reflections on Narrative, Hotel Real Palácio (Lisbon, Portugal), May 16, 2014 (in English).

"The Question of Music and its Relation to the Children in the Work of Maurice Blanchot," 2014 Uehiro Graduate Student Philosophy Conference, University of Hawaii at Manoa (Honolulu, USA), March 15, 2014 (in English).

"Le corps et les métamorphoses d'Anne dans Thomas l'obscur de Blanchot", Forum international : Métamorphose et Catastrophe, University of Sofia (Sofia, Bulgaria), November 1, 2013 (in French).

"Birdsongs and Cross-border Translations―An analysis of "The birds of Karuizawa"(1962), composed by Olivier Messiaen", 2013 Japanese-Korean Graduate Students' Exchange Seminar, University of Tokyo at Komaba, August 2, 2013 (in English).

"The Reconstruction of a Traditional Aesthetic Concept in Modern Shōmyō Performances: Invention of "Kokai" and its Expanding Uses," 2012 Japanese-Korean Graduate Students' Exchange Seminar, Seoul National University (Seoul, Korea), November 15, 2012 (in English).

“A Fusion of Religion and Artistry as Narratives : Buddhism in the Modern Works of Shōmyō,” 2012 Uehiro Graduate Student Philosophy Conference, University of Hawaii at Manoa (Honolulu, USA), March 9, 2012 (in English).

“How Can We Keep Listening? : An Analysis of Silence in the Buddhist Shōmyō Music,” UTCP Graduate Student Conference, University of Tokyo at Komaba, February 19, 2012 (in English).

"Material Voices, Physical Breath : Maurice Ravel's "Soupir" in Comparison with his other Vocal Works", The 6th Annual Conference of the Association for Culture and Representation Studies, University of Kyoto, July 3, 2011 (in Japanese).


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