ATSUSHI IWAMOTO

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Name
ATSUSHI IWAMOTO
Affiliation
Rissho University
Section
Faculty of Letters, Department of History
Degree
Ph.D.(Waseda University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 1998
 - 
Aug 1998
Lecturer
 
Apr 1998
 - 
Jan 2000
Researcher
 
Apr 1998
 - 
Mar 2000
Lecturer
 
Apr 1999
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Aug 1999
Lecturer
 
Apr 1999
 - 
Mar 2000
Lecturer
 

Education

 
Apr 1995
 - 
Mar 1998
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Waseda University
 
Apr 1993
 - 
Mar 1995
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Waseda University
 
Apr 1989
 - 
Mar 1993
Faculty of Education, Waseda University
 

Published Papers

 
A Study on the Prosperity and Decline of Buddhist Sites in Northern Bactria: Kara Tepe and Zurmala
Atsushi Iwamoto
The Rissho international journal of academic research in culture and society   2 151-178   Mar 2019   [Refereed]
Some Problems on Buddhist Sites in Southern Uzbekistan --Related to Excavation by the Rissho University
(141) 29-56   Mar 2018
New Materials from Kara-Tepe and Sites in Surrounding Area -- Forcused on Termez and Angor Area
(119) 横1-横18   Mar 2016
A Study of "Fa bing shu" Excavated from Dunhuang and Turfan - Commentaries On Materials in Russian and German Collection and Comparing "Senji-Ryakketsu"
(136) 75-107   Mar 2013

Misc

 
Investigation on Buddhist Sites of the Kushan Period at the Oxus River Basin: Reserch on the Zurmala Stupa in Uzbekistan 2018
46-50   Mar 2019
Fundamental Research of the Zurmala - A Stupa of Termez -
3-12   Sep 2017

Conference Activities & Talks

 
A Fundamental Study of the Procession Scenes in Buddhist Caves around Dunhuang - Focused on the Murong Guiying's in the Yulin Caves
International Conference on Dunhuang Studies,Cambridge 2019   17 Apr 2019   Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies , University of Cambridge
An analysis of tower-type remains in South Uzbekistan - Zurmala and Chordingak
27 Feb 2017   
Studies on the Seals of Private Owners Impressed on Dunhuang Manuscripts - focus on Japanese collection
International Conference at Princeton University, September 6-8, 2014 Theme: Prospects for the Study of Dunhuang Manuscripts: The Next 20 Years   8 Sep 2014   Princeton University Buddhist Studies Workshop and Tang Center for East Asian Art International Liaison Committee for Dunhuang Studies,International Liaison Committee for Dunhuang Studies , Major Funding from the Henry Luce Foundation
In the 21st century, uninvestigated Dunhuang Manuscripts in China,Taiwan and Japan were published as photo books. That helps me to research not only uninvestigated but also investigated manuscripts. Especially, being able to trace the provenance o...