(Last updated : 2024-06-20 17:51:09)
  MIYAZAKI Yasuko
   Hiroshima shudo University  The Faculty of Humanities and Human Sciences
   Professor
■ Present specialized field
●Specialized field
Education 
●Keyword
●The main research themes
●Capable of joint research and research consultation content
■ Academic background
1. 1997/04~1999/03 Kyoto University Faculty of Education Graduated
2. 2000/04~2003/03 Kyoto University Graduate School, Division of Education 〔Master degree program〕 Completed
3. 2003/04~2008/07 Kyoto University Graduate School, Division of Education 〔Doctoral course〕 Accomplished credits for doctoral program
4. 2008/04~2008/07 International Research Center for Japanese Studies (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies) 〔Doctoral course〕
■ Research activities
1. 2008/02~ INPE(International Network of Philosophers of Education/教育哲学者のための国際ネットワーク)
2. 2008/02~ PES(Philosophy of Education Society/アメリカ教育哲学会)
3. 2013/02~ ALPE(Asian Link for Philosophy of Education/アジア教育哲学会)
4. 2017/08~ PESA(Philosophy of Education Society Australia/オーストラリア教育哲学会)
■ Business career
1. 2011/01~2011/05 New York University Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development Visiting Scholar
2. 2012/07~2012/11 New York University Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development Visiting Scholar
3. 2018/04~2022/03 International Research Center for Japanese Studies Team Researcher
4. 2018/04~2022/03 Hiroshima shudo University The Faculty of Humanities and Human Sciences Associate Professor
5. 2019/04~2021/03 Hiroshima University
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■ Research Field
1. 2018/04~2022/03  Imagining and Developing Images of the Body in Medicine, Art, and Folk Religion  (Key Word : )
■ Book and thesis
1. Book Utsushi -Metempsychosis and Passage: Recipients of Transcltual Migration and Haptic Transfigurations (Collaboration) 2019/09
2. Thesis The Teacher as Initiator: An Analysis of Les Enfants Terribles in Light of Georges Bataille's Anthoropology (Single) 2020/09
3. Thesis Between Teaching and Learning (Single) 2019/01
4. Thesis Children’s Communication and Community: An Analysis of the Film Nobody Knows from G. Bataille’s Anthropology (Single) 2013/10
5. Other Philosophy of Education in a New Key: Voices from Japan (Collaboration) 2020/08 Link
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■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2018/12 Kite-flying as children’s play (Cerfs-volants du Japon : à la croisée des arts)
2. 2017/12 Death within and outside educational discourse (Philosophy of Education Society of Australia)
3. 2016/04 Thinking of being outside of the law (50th International Symposium, International Research Center for Japanese Studies: Pirates’ View of World History toward Possible Re-orientations)
4. 2014/07 Towards the Thought of Confucius as a Liberal Art in the 21st Century (Harvard-Yenching Institute Academic Workshop 2014)
5. 2013/07 Children’s Communication and Community: An Analysis of the Film ‘Nobody knows’ from G. Bataille’s anthropology (The Asian Link for Philosophy of Education Summer Seminar 2013)
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■ Lecturer and lecture
1. 2013/12 講義:The ‘Evil’ in Georges Bataille: Life, Education and Play (LaGuardia Community College, NY, USA)
■ Subject
1. B.A. Thesis
2. Educational Research SeminarⅠ
3. Educational Research Seminar Ⅱ
4. Foundations of Education I
5. Foundations of Education II
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■ Main Subject
Principles of Education, Philosophy of Education
■ Developed teaching materials, textbooks, reference books
1. 2022/05
Contribution Type : 共編著