KONISHI Junko

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Name
KONISHI Junko
Affiliation
Okinawa Prefectural University of Arts
Section
the Faculty of Music Music Department
Degree
(BLANK)(Osaka University), (BLANK)(Kyoto City University of Arts)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Associate Professor, Shizuoka University Faculty of Education, Music Education, Faculty of Education
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1998
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Osaka University
 
 
 - 
1990
Graduate School, Division of Music, Kyoto City University of Arts
 
 
 - 
1986
Faculty of Music, Osaka College of Music
 

Published Papers

 
A Fleeting Aquapelago: A Theoretical Consideration of The Japanese Presence in The Torres Strait 1880s-1940s
HAYWARD Philip, KONISHI Junko
South Pacific Studies   37(2) 71-86   Mar 2017   [Refereed][Invited]

Misc

 
Marching dance and Micronesian -Japanese songs: The historical study of the Micronesian performing arts influenced by the Japanese colonial education
(35) 97-111   2004
Mokuyo-to no ongaku: Music and The Japanese Community in The Torres Strait (1890-19419
(54) 387-402   2004
The musical identity(ies) of the western Ogasawarans: Adoption of music and dance of 'other Places'
(29) 139-149   2004
The global songs from Bonin: the origin and dissemination of officially recognized songs of the Ogasawara islands
472-475   2004
The Pacific Eels' Challenge: Seeking for an artistic activity of musical performance without a ”glamour body”
2 23-34   2004
Ogasawaran dancers' encounters with Pacific dances: a report from the 9th Pacific Festival of Arts in Palau
Refereed papers from the 1st international small island cultures conference   1 99-107   2005
Performance and Mediation: A Historical View of Traditional Music and Dance in the Festivals of Pacific Arts 1972-2000
9 111-132   2006
Western Culture Comes from the East: A Consideration of the Origin and Diffusion of the Micronesian Marching dance
22 107-136   2007
Developing tradition: the origin and history of music in the Ogasawara islands
Perfect Beat   5(2) 30-48   2001
”How educators negotiate with the tradition?: The survival of dance and music in Yap, Federated States of Micronesia”, Traditionalism and modernity in the music and dance of Oceania
Sydney: University of Sydney      2001
Mokuyo-to no ongaku: music and the Japanese community in the Torres Strait (1890-1941)
Perfect Beat   5(3) 46-65   2001
Trans-gender vocal production in Micronesia and the Pacific islands
Proceedings of the 3rd Asia-Pacific Symposium on Music Education Research   146-147   2001
”The relationship between the evaluations of dance performance and the social system in Yap, Micronesia”, Art and performance in Oceania
Bathurst: Crawford House Publishing      1999
”Popular music in Yap?: a study of the conceptualization of popular music in a non-industrialized island” Popular Music: Intercultural Interpretations
Kanazawa: Kanazawa University      1998
A common feature in the vocal style of traditional and popular female songs in Yap, Federated States of Micronesia
Dynamics of Asian Music: tradition and its modification   82-88   1996

Research Grants & Projects

 
History of the performing arts in Ogasawara
Performing arts and music in Micronesia during the Japanese administration.
Better the educational problems of feign students