Aki TOYOYAMA

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Name
Aki TOYOYAMA
Affiliation
Kindai University
Section
Faculty of International Studies Department of International Studies
Job title
Lecturer
Degree
PhD(Kansai University 2008), MA(Kansai University 2002), BA(Kinki University 2000)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2019
 - 
Today
Associate Professor, Faculty of International Studies, Kindai University
 
Apr 2016
 - 
Mar 2019
Lecturer, Faculty of International Studies, Kindai University
 
Apr 2013
 - 
Today
Visiting Fellow, The Institute of Christian Culture, Miyagi Gakuin Women's University
 
Apr 2014
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Mar 2016
Research Fellow, Centre for Contemporary India Area Studies, National Museum of Ethnology
 
Apr 2012
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Mar 2014
Visiting Fellow, National Museum of Ethnology
 
Apr 2009
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Mar 2012
Postdocrtal Fellow, Osaka University, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
 
Apr 2008
 - 
Mar 2009
Research Fellow, Graduate School of Letters, Kansai University
 

Education

 
Apr 2002
 - 
Mar 2008
PhD Course, Art History and Aesthetics Major, Department of Philosophy, Graduate School of Letters, Kansai University
 
Apr 2000
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Mar 2002
MA Course, Art History and Aesthetics Major, Department of Philosophy, Graduate School of Letters, Kansai University
 
Apr 1996
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Mar 2000
Department of Cultural Studies, Faculty of Literature, Art, and Cultural Studies, Kinki University
 

Published Papers

 
Aesthetics, Sanitation, and Nationalism: Japanese Majolica Tiles in Late Colonial India
Aki TOYOYAMA
International Journal of South Asian Studies   9 37-66   Nov 2018   [Refereed]
Transaction and Translation of Modernity: Japanese Majolica Tiles in Colonial India
Aki TOYOYAMA
History of Consumer Culture: Objects, Desire and Sociability   112-121   Mar 2018
Symbolism of Japanese Tiles in Interwar India
Aki TOYOYAMA
Socio-Economic History   82(3) 35-50   Nov 2016   [Refereed]
Cave Temples as the Imagining of India: The Negotiation between Early Modern Indian Tradition and Colonial Knowledge
Aki TOYOYAMA
The Challenge of the Object: The Proceedings of the 33rd Congress of the International Committee of the History of Art, Part 2   482-486   2013   [Refereed]
豊山 亜希
239-270   Jan 2012
The examination of modernity in Asia is often accompanied by the evaluation of the colonial experience and its refl ection onpostcoloniality. Among Asian experience of colonialism, that of India may have infl uenced highly on the awakening of iden...
Toyoyama Aki
JJASAS   (24) 56-80   2012   [Refereed]
The mercantile community Marwaris built their residential mansions called havelis in their hometowns of the Shekhawati region during the 1830s and 1930s. Most of the havelis are decorated with mural paintings that are divided into two phases-prior...
Through Ports, Passes, and Junctions: Reconsideration of the Excavational Patterns of Minor Buddhist Caves in Western India
Nobuo NAKATANI, Fumitaka YONEDA, Akinori UESUGI, and Aki TOYOYAMA
South Asian Archaeology 2007: Proceedings of the 19th Meeting of the European Association of South Asian Archaelogy, Vol. II Historic Periods   225-232   2010   [Refereed]
The Patterning of Landscape and Ideology: A Study of Buddhist Rock-cut Monasteries in the Early Historic Western Deccan (Unpublished PhD Thesis)
Aki TOYOYAMA
Kansai University      2008   [Refereed]
TOYOYAMA Aki
関西大学哲学   25 109-141   Oct 2005   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Imagined Traditions: India's Open-Air Art Gallery
Aki TOYOYAMA
Minpaku Monthly   40(8) 16-17   Aug 2016   [Invited]

Books etc

 
Japan-made Majolica Tiles: Trail of Inspiration
Aki TOYOYAMA (Part:Contributor, A Passage to Independence: Japanese Majolica Tiles in India, Sri Lanka, and Myanmar)
LIXIL Publishing   Dec 2018   ISBN:978-4-86480-915-3
Encyclopedia of Indian Culture
Editorial Commitee on Encyclopedia of Indian Culture (Part:Joint Editor, Chapter 15: Art)
Maruzen   Jan 2018   ISBN:978-4-621-30235-4
Contribution: Chapter 15 "Foreword" (p.563), "Exposition and Art Administration" (pp.588-589), "Photography" (p.599), "Art and Multiculturalism" (p.600)
Contextualizing Material Culture in South and Central Asia in Pre-Modern Times
Verena Widorn, Ute Franke and Petra Latschenberger, eds. (Part:Contributor, Powers of Altering Sanctuaries: The Excavation and Revival of Minor Rock-Cut Temples in the Western Deccan)
Brepols   2016   ISBN:978-2-503-56642-9
Routledge Handbook of Heritage in Asia
Patrick Daly and Tim Winter, eds. (Part:Contributor, Ch.22. Asian Orientalism: Perceptions of Buddhist Heritage in Japan, pp.339-349)
Routledge   2012   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Ravi Varma Revisited: Towards a Reconstruction of Modern Indian Art History [Invited]
Aki TOYOYAMA
The 52nd Annual Meeting of South Asian Studies   14 Jul 2019   
Visuality in South Asia [Invited]
Aki TOYOYAMA
NIHU Project "INDAS-South Asia" South Asian Seminar 2018   3 Aug 2018   
The Tiling of the Colonial Built Environment across the Indian Ocean
Aki TOYOYAMA
AAS-in-Asia 2018 New Delhi   7 Jul 2018   
The Politics of Collection and Display in Colonial Indian Exhibitions
Aki TOYOYAMA
The 1st Workshop of the Textile Study Group at the MINPAKU Center for South Asian Studies   28 May 2018   
Majolica Fever in India: Sanitary Aestheticism in the Age of Colonial Empires
Aki TOYOYAMA
Association for Asian Studies 2018 Annual Conference   24 Mar 2018   
Majolica Fever from Japan: The National Landscape in Colonial India [Invited]
Aki TOYOYAMA
Tokyo Humanities Cafe   29 Jan 2018   
Majolica Tiles from Japan: India Modern and Nationalism in Colonial Architecture [Invited]
Aki TOYOYAMA
Political Economy Tokyo Seminar   25 Sep 2017   
Making the Most out of Conferences [Invited]
Aki TOYOYAMA
HIstorians' Workshop   24 Sep 2017   
Transaction and Translation of Modernity: Japanese Majolica Tiles in Colonial India
Aki TOYOYAMA
History of Consumer Culture 2017 Conference: Objects, Desire and Sociability   24 Mar 2017   
The Tiling of Indian Modernity: Japanese Majolica Tiles in Marwari Architecture
Aki TOYOYAMA
45th Annual Conference on South Asia   21 Oct 2016   
The Tiling of Indian Modernity: Japanese Majolica Tiles in Marwari Architecture
Aki TOYOYAMA
45th Annual Meeting of Southwest Conference on Asian Studies   15 Oct 2016   
Modernity, Hybridity, and New Identities: Architectural Representations of the 'Black Town' in Late Colonial Calcutta
Aki TOYOYAMA
The 4th International Congress of Bengal Studies   12 Dec 2015   Tokyo University of Foreign Languages
The Tiling of Indian Modernity: Japanese Majolica Tiles in Marwari Architecture
Aki TOYOYAMA
International Workshop "Representing Marwaris in 1920s-30s India"   31 Oct 2015   Otemon Gakuin Osaka-Umeda Satellite
Japanese Majolica Tiles in Inter-war India: Modernization, Sanitization, and Beautification of the National Landscape
Aki TOYOYAMA
The 17th World Economic History Congress   3 Aug 2015   Kyoto International Conference Center
Japanese Majolica Tiles and National Aestheticism in Late Colonial Asia
Aki TOYOYAMA
The 9th International Convention of Asian Scholars   7 Jul 2015   Adelaide Convention Centre
Japanese Majolica Tiles in the Making of Indian Modernism and Nationalism
Aki TOYOYAMA
SNU-INDAS Conference   12 Dec 2014   India Habitat Centre
Aesthetics, Sanitation, and Nationalism: Japanese Majolica Tiles in Late Colonial India
Aki TOYOYAMA
Seminar Series of the Centre for South Asian Studies   23 Oct 2014   The University of Edinburgh
Majolica Tiles and Pan-Asianism in Interwar Japan
Aki TOYOYAMA
HISTART '13 Conference: Politics, Ideology, Identity   28 Nov 2013   Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University
The Cave Temples as the Imagining of India: The Negotiation between Early Modern Indian Tradition and Colonial Knowledge
Aki TOYOYAMA
The 33rd Congress of the International Committee of the History of Art   17 Jul 2012   Nuremberg Convention Center
The Marwari Haveli as Re-presentation of Colonial Modernity
Aki TOYOYAMA
The British Association of South Asian Studies Annual Conference   13 Apr 2012   SOAS, University of London
Environment and Sanctification in the Making of Cultural Landscape at the Caves of Pateshvar
Aki TOYOYAMA
The 20th International Conference on European Association of South Asian Archaeology   9 Jul 2010   University of Vienna
Indian Antiquities in Imagination, Empiricism and Scientism: A Reconsideration of Cave Temple Studies of the Imperial Intellect
Aki TOYOYAMA
The 21st Conference of the International Association of Historians of Asia   25 Jun 2010   River View Hotel (Singapore)
Cutting Practice on the Rock, Layering Sanctuaries on the Water: Assimilation and Reproduction of Tradition in the Western Deccan Caves
Aki TOYOYAMA
The 3rd International Conference on South and Southeast Asian Association for the Study of Culture and Religion   3 Jun 2009   Institut Seni Indonesia
The Reconstruction of Oriental Identity through Buddhist Heritage: The Study of Indian Cave Temples, Its Reaction and Interpretation in Asian Countries from the 19th Century till Today
Aki TOYOYAMA
The International Conference on Heritage in Asia: Converging Forces, Conflicting Values   9 Jan 2009   National University of Singapore
Through Ports, Passes, and Junctions: Reconsideration of the Excavational Patterns of Minor Buddhist Caves in Western India
Nobuo NAKATANI, Fumitaka YONADA, Akinori UESUGI, and Aki TOYOYAMA
The 19th International Conference on European Association of South Asian Archaeology   3 Jul 2007   Bologna University (Ravenna Section)
Buddhist Caves as a Symbol of Socio-economy: With Special Reference to Junnar Caves in India
Aki TOYOYAMA
The 2nd International Conference on South and Southeast Asian Association for the Study of Culture and Religion   27 May 2007   Mahidol Unversity

Research Grants & Projects

 
Modernity and Nationalism in the Murals of Merchant Houses in Colonial India
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science: Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists B
Project Year: Apr 2017 - Mar 2020    Investigator(s): Aki TOYOYAMA