TAKAYAMA Shigeru

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Name
TAKAYAMA Shigeru
Degree
Master of Arts(Waseda University)
Research funding number
10171555

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Professor, Nihon University College of International Relations, Department of International Liberal Arts
 

Education

 
 
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1971
Faculty of Literature, Waseda University
 
 
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1987
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Waseda University
 

Published Papers

 
Chant of Sarugaku(Noh)-A Study of Tototarari Chanted by Okina and Jiutai-
The Journal of Japanese Society for Theatre Reserch   (22) 33-42   1984
The Genealogy of Daidai Kagura in the Kuninaka Area,Kai Province-Its Early Aspects and Henbai performance-
Studies on Folkloric Performing Arts   (32) 85-101   2001   [Refereed]
Prolegomena to the Study of Sangaku
Studies on Theatre Art   (31) 75-84   1990
The Essential Aspects of Daidai-kagura in Yamanashi Prefecture
JOURNAL OF THE COLLEGE OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS   (27) 17-29   Mar 2006
A Trip to Observe Tibetan Performing Arts
MATSURI   (67) 71-89   Dec 2005

Books etc

 
Honkai Bangaku
Honkai Bangaku   Mar 2000   
The History of Sutama-cho:the Book of Folklore
Mar 2002   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Mask Festival and Folklore in Ladakh - With the Mask Dance of the Hemis Gompa as the Center of Discussion -
The 10th International Symposium on the Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Property   30 Sep 1986   
A Study of a Noh Play Okina - Its Early Aspects and Tototarari
ⅩⅩⅩI International Congress of Human Sciences in Asia and North Africa   3 Sep 1983   

Others

 
1978
Folkloric Survey of Shrine-Maiden observances and a Masked Play in a Eastern Coast District, South Korea.
1984
Folkforic Survey of Shrine-Maiden Observances in Seoul and Inchon, South Korea.
1985
Folkloric Survey of the Tibetan Performing Arts and Folklore in Ladakh and Nepal.
1991
Folkloric Survey of Exorcism observed by Paima-Tibetan Tribe in Szechwan, China.
1992
Folkloric Survey of the Performing Arts performed by Gyaron Tibetan Tribe in Szechwan, China.