YOSHIE Akiko

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Name
YOSHIE Akiko
Affiliation
Teikyo University
Section
Faculty of Liberal Arts, Department of History
Job title
Professor,Professor
Degree
Doctor of Literature(Tokyo Metropolitan University), Matter of Literature(Tokyo Metropolitan University)

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1984
 - 
1985
Shiraume-Ggkuen Junior College,
 
 
   
 
Part-time lecturer
 
1985
 - 
1989
Chiba University, Part-time lecturer
 
1987
 - 
1988
Ochanomizu Women's University, Part-time
 
 
   
 
lecturer
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1979
Graduate School, Division of Humanities, Tokyo Metropolitan University
 

Misc

 
The true Image of Tamayori-hime: Gender and Power in Ancient Japan, as Seen in the Ritualization of Extraordinary Sexual Relationships
12th Berkshire Conference on History of Women      2002
Public and Private Status in Ancient Japan: The Change in Ideas concerning Honorific Title of Women called "Toji", from Housewife to Female Chief.
Conference of the International Federation for Research in Women's History      2003
Significance of Hen-ko System
SHIGAKU-ZASSHI   81(2)    1972
The Register System before Daiho Period
175-176    1974
The Sei System of the People under the "Ritsuryo State"
SHIGAKU-ZASSHI   84(12)    1975

Books etc

 
The Structure of the Clan in ancient Japan
YOSHIKAWA. KOBUNKAN   1986   
Ritual and Women in ancient Japan
YOSHIKAWA. KOBUNKAN   1996   
A Theory on the Style of Genealogies in anciant Japan
YOSHIKAWA. KOBUNKAN   2000   
The Invitation to the ancient Women's History
YOSHIKAWA. KOBUNKAN   2004   
A Reexamination of 'TAMAYORI-HIME'(Priest Women)
'Women and Buddhism in JAPAN'(4)   

Works

 
A Survey of the double Grave System in Sugashima, Toba City (Mie Prefecture)
1988 - 1991

Research Grants & Projects

 
Women and Ritual in Ancient Japan
Project Year: 1986 - 1996
The style of Geneology in ancient Japan
Project Year: 1985 - 2000
Women and Politics in ancient Japan
Project Year: 1995 - 2005