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所属
駒澤大学 総合教育研究部 外国語第一部門

J-GLOBAL ID
201901002854813917

外部リンク

Kim Rockell is an associate professor in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Komazawa University, Tokyo. His research interests encompass ethnomusicology and performing arts in education. For the past several years, he has been resident in Japan, where he has been learning the utai [chant] and shimai [dance] of the Noh theatre. His projects have examined plucked-string traditions, Philippine rondalla and Hispanic musical influences in the Asia Pacific, migrant music and music in diaspora, and the music/language nexus. He also is a classical guitarist, versatile performer and teacher. As an educator, Kim has a broad professional experience. He has taught at universities in Australia, Japan and New Zealand and is currently a national alumni representative in Japan for Wolfson College, Oxford University, where he spent time as a visiting scholar while completing his doctorate.

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