HOSHINO, Yukiyo

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Name
HOSHINO, Yukiyo
Affiliation
Nagoya University
Job title
Professor
Degree
Ph.D(The University of Tokyo)

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Jul 1999
 - 
Mar 2007
Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Languages and Cultures Department of Multicultural Studies, Nagoya University
 
Apr 2007
 - 
Mar 2015
Associate professor, Graduate School of Languages and Cultures Department of Multicultural Studies, Nagoya University
 
Apr 2015
 - 
Mar 2017
Professor, Graduate School of Languages and Cultures Department of Multicultural Studies Gender Studies, Nagoya University
 
Apr 2017
 - 
Mar 2018
Professor, Graduate School of Humanities Department of Humanities 4, Nagoya University
 
Apr 2018
 - 
Today
Professor, Graduate School of Humanities, Nagoya University
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1998
The University of Tokyo
 

Published Papers

 
Use of Dance to Spread Propaganda during the Sino-Japanese War.
Yukiyo Hoshino
Athens Journal of History   2 193-198   Jun 2016   [Refereed]
Dance as a Cross-Cultural Media: Xiao-bang Wu's life between Tokyo and Shanghai in the 1930s
Yukiyo Hoshino
SDHS 2012 Proceedings   137-140   Sep 2012   [Refereed]
This paper focuses on a Chinese modern dancer Xiao-bang Wu, who had studied German modern dance in Tokyo in the 1930s. We analyze the reasons for Wu's three visits to Tokyo. In sum, Xiao-bang Wu decided to be a dancer to raise Chinese people's res...
Yukiyo Hoshino
JunCture   2 120-131   Mar 2011   [Refereed]
This paper examines the relationship between the cultural policy of the Japanese Colonial Government in Shanghai and the Shanghai Ballet Russes, with reference to reports on the Shanghai Ballet Russes published in the Tairiku Shinpo during the per...
On Lu Xun writed forward of Selected Paintings of Aubrey Beardsley
(2010夏) 198-214   Jul 2010   [Refereed]
Body of the Female Spy: Ang Lee's Lust Caution.
The Proceedings of International Conference: Thinking Gender in Culture & Society.   20-24   2009

Misc

 
Dance as a Cross-Cultural Media: Xiao-bang Wu's life between Tokyo and Shanghai in the 1930s
Yukiyo Hoshino
SDHS 2012 Proceedings   137-140   Sep 2012   [Refereed]
This paper focuses on a Chinese modern dancer Xiao-bang Wu, who had studied German modern dance in Tokyo in the 1930s. We analyze the reasons for Wu's three visits to Tokyo. In sum, Xiao-bang Wu decided to be a dancer to raise Chinese people's res...
The Shanghai Ballet Russes and Masahide Komaki under Japanese Rule: on the Articles in the Tairiku Shinpo
Yukiyo Hoshino
JunCture   2 120-131   Mar 2011   [Refereed]
This paper examines the relationship between the cultural policy of the Japanese Colonial Government in Shanghai and the Shanghai Ballet Russes, with reference to reports on the Shanghai Ballet Russes published in the Tairiku Shinpo during the per...
On Lu Xun writed forward of Selected Paintings of Aubrey Beardsley
(2010夏) 198-214   Jul 2010   [Refereed]
Body of the Female Spy: Ang Lee's Lust Caution.
The Proceedings of International Conference: Thinking Gender in Culture & Society.   20-24   2009
The Pre-history of Chinise Ballet
Yukiyo Hoshino
Studies in Language and Culture   26(2)    Mar 2008

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Dai Ailian's Anti-Japanese Dance: Focusing on Her Programs During the Second World War
Yukiyo Hoshino
Dance Studies Association annual Conference   8 Jul 2018   
The Function of Revolutionary Ballet in Zhang Yimou's Coming Home
International Association of Cultural Studies   28 Jul 2017   
This study analyzes the function of revolutionary dance in the later films of Zhang Yimou, a filmmaker with an international reputation. Recently, the dances danced during the Cultural Revolution in China have become strange symbols that represent...
The Relationship between Women's Sport and the Show Business in the 1920th China
HOSHINO Yukiyo
International Forum on Asian History and Asian Studies   28 Jun 2017   
This paper analyzes the relationship between women's sport education and the show business in the 1920th China. In the late the 1910s, bound feet, which had been a criterion for beauty, became the symbol of backwardness and the healthy beauty repl...
Use of Dance to Spread Propaganda during the Sino-Japanese War
Yukiyo Hoshino
An International Forum on Asian History and Asian Studies   29 Jun 2015   
The Relationship between Ballet and Manga in Japan
Yukiyo Hoshino
Joint conference of The Society of Dance History Scholars with Congress on Research in Dance   14 Nov 2014   
This study analyzes ballet-manga's great contribution to the establishment of ballet in Japan.

Works

 
Lily Briscoe's Chinese Eyes
The Others   Jun 2006