OBI Jun

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Name
OBI Jun
E-mail
jun_obihotmail.com
Affiliation
Daito Bunka University
Section
Faculty of International Relations

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
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Religion and Society   (19) 17-32   Jun 2013   [Refereed]
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Journal of th Japanese Association for South Asian Studies   (23) 51-73   Dec 2011   [Refereed]
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Kyoko Matsukawa (ed.) International Workshop Proceedings "Globalization of Indian Performing Arts in New Media Situation: Dynamics of Cultural Gyre"   35-41   [Refereed][Invited]
In this paper, I examine the role of social media in spreading kīrtan to diverse people effectively. Kīrtan or kīrtan yoga, the devotional music of Indian origin, has been gaining popularity over decades around the world, especially in the West. I...

Misc

 
Brahmins in South India as Bearers of Performing Arts: Focusing on the Social Change during the Independence Period
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(57) 79-97   Mar 2019
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Bulletin of the Daito Bunka University   (56) 91-110   Mar 2018
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The journal of Daito Asian studies   (16) 53-68   Mar 2016
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The journal of Daito Asian studies   (15) 50-64   Mar 2015

Conference Activities & Talks

 
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Eighth International Conference on Religion and Spirituality in Society   18 Apr 2018   Religion and Spirituality in Society
Kīrtan as Borderless Music in the Internet Age: Focusing on the Role of Social Media [Invited]
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International Workshop ‘Globalization of Indian Performing Arts in New Media Situation: Dynamics of Cultural Gyre   20 Jan 2018   
Reconsideration of bhāgavatar in South India: Focusing on the Music World in the 19th-20th Century
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The 29th Annual Session of the Japanese Association for South Asian Studies   25 Sep 2016   The Japanese Association for South Asian Studies
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16 Jul 2016   The Association for the Study of Cultural Resources
Evolution of Bhajana Tradition in South India
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The Eighth International Convention of Asia Scholars   24 Jun 2013   International Convention of Asia Scholars

Research Grants & Projects

 
Globalization of Indian Performing Arts in New Media Situation: Dynamics of Cultural Gyre
Japan Society for the Promotion of the Science: KAKENHI
Project Year: Apr 2014 - Mar 2018    Investigator(s): Kyoko MATSUKAWA
By researching into Indian performing arts, this study attempts to achieve the following two goals.

(1) To grasp the transformation of socio-economic and cultural structures and values in Indian society after the 2000s.
(2) To formulate the conce...