KURENUMA Norihisa

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Name
KURENUMA Norihisa
E-mail
FZB04021nifty.com
Affiliation
Yokohama National University
Section
Faculty of Urban Innovation Department of Urban Innovation
Job title
Professor
Degree
Master of Philosophy(Graduate School, The University of Kent), Master of Arts(The University of Tokyo), Bachelor of Arts(The University of Tokyo)
Research funding number
20313166

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2008
 - 
Today
Part-time lecturer, Department of Inter Media Art, Tokyo University of the Arts
 
Apr 2011
 - 
Mar 2014
Associate Professor, Department of Architecture and Urban Culture, Institute of Urban Innovation
 
Mar 2007
 - 
Jan 2008
Visiting Researcher, Department of Art History and Archaeology, Columbia University
 
Apr 2006
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Mar 2011
Associate Professor, Media Studies, Department of Education and Human Sciences, Yokohama National University
 
Apr 2003
 - 
Mar 2006
Part-time lecturer, Graduate School of Design, Okayama Kenritsu University
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1999
Graduate School, Division of General Culture, The University of Tokyo
 
 
 - 
1998
Communication and Image Studies, Graduate School, Division of Humanities, Graduate School, The University of Kent
 
 
 - 
1990
History and Philosophy of Sciences, Faculty of Liberal Arts, The University of Tokyo
 

Published Papers

 
KURENUMA Norihisa
Tokiwadai journal of human sciences   4(1) 65-88   Mar 2018   [Refereed]
The Male Look and Its Vicissitude: A Study through Visual Representations, Feminism, and Psychoanalysis
   Oct 1998   [Refereed]
2000: Bonnard, or A Pictorial Space Odyssey
   Sep 2018   [Invited]
True/False Problems and Real Differences: Gibson and Bergson
KURENUMA Norihisa
(1028) 171-192   Dec 2009   [Invited]
Perception and Life 3: In the Process of Breaking Down
SITE ZERO/ZERO SITE   vol. 2 110-132   Jun 2008

Misc

 
The Necessity of Perceptual Education
SITE ZERO/ZERO SITE   1 448-471   Jun 2007

Books etc

 
101 Ethical Dilemmas
May 2007   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
"Against/ For the Scopic Drive in Modern Vision"
25 Oct 1999