TANIKAWA Takeshi

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Name
TANIKAWA Takeshi
Affiliation
Waseda University
Section
Faculty of Political Science and Economics
Job title
Visiting Professor (full-time)

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2010
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Today
Visiting Professor, Graduate School of Political Science, Waseda University
 
Oct 2005
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Today
Part time Lecturer, College of Humanities, Ibaraki University
 
Apr 2018
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Sep 2018
Part time Lecturer, Faculty of Sociology, Toyo University
 
Apr 2012
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Sep 2017
Part time Lecturer, Faculty of Cultural Policy and Management, Shizuoka University of Art and Culture
 
Apr 2016
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Sep 2016
Part time Lecturer, Faculty of Sociology, Toyo University
 
Apr 2016
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Sep 2016
Part time Lecturer, Faculty of International Relations, Asia University
 
Apr 2013
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Mar 2016
Visiting Professor, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
 
Apr 2015
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Sep 2015
Part time Lecturer, Graduate School of Education, Kyoto University
 
Apr 2014
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Sep 2014
Part time Lecturer, Faculty of Sociology, Toyo University
 
Apr 2013
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Mar 2015
Part time Lecturer, Faculty of Psychology, Rissho University
 
Oct 2008
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Mar 2010
Professor, Graduate School of Political Science, Waseda University
 
Apr 2009
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Sep 2009
Part time Lecturer, College of Humanities, Niigata University
 
Oct 2005
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Mar 2008
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Political Science, Waseda University
 
Apr 2003
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Sep 2005
Associate Professor, College of Humanities, Ibaraki University
 
Apr 2001
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Mar 2003
Part time Lecturer, School of Commerce, Senshu University
 
Apr 2002
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Sep 2002
Part time Lecturer, School of Liberal Arts, Saitama University
 
Apr 1998
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Mar 1999
Part time Lecturer, School of Commerce, Senshu University
 

Books etc

 
DENNIS HOPPER : A System of Moments (Exhibition Catalog)
TANIKAWA Takeshi (Part:Contributor, DENNIS HOPPER BIOGRAPHY / Exhibition History / Filmography)
MAK, Vienna   May 2001   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Double-edged Impact of the Japanese National Images: From The Daughter of the Samurai (1937) to My Japan (1945)
TANIKAWA Takeshi
New York Conference on Asian Studies (NYCAS) 2015   Oct 2015   
Double-edged Impact of the Japanese National Images: From The Daughter of the Samurai (1937) to My Japan (1945) [Invited]
TANIKAWA Takeshi
Politics of Creative Industries: Critical Reflections A conference organized by Global Creative Industries Programme School of Modern Languages and Cultures The University of Hong Kong   Mar 2013   
Symbolizing Natioalism in Gigander: Reality and Virtual reality of Possession of Military Power [Invited]
TANIKAWA Takeshi
Workshop: Comics and Modern Cultural Exchange, The University of Hong Kong   Jan 2011   
Interdependence of U.S.I.A. and Hollywood Motion Picture Industry under Kennedy Administration
TANIKAWA Takeshi
American Historical Association 125th Annual Meeting   Jan 2011   
VOA’s Use of Jackie Robinson as the Symbol of Integrated U.S. Society
TANIKAWA Takeshi
American Studies Association Annual Meeting: Crisis, Chains, and Chamge: American Studies for the21st Century   Nov 2010   
Culture of Dubbing, Dubbing a Culture: Possibility of Creating Cultural Identity by Localization of Language [Invited]
TANIKAWA Takeshi
Workshop: The Past, Present and Future of Popular Cultures Through TV & Movies Industry: Intercultural & Transcultural Flow in East Asia, The University of Hong Kong   Aug 2010   
A spread of Jackie Robinson's Story through Manga Media [Invited]
TANIKAWA Takeshi
Workshop: New Possibilities of Trans Asian Anime Studies, The University of Hong Kong   Feb 2010   
A spread of Integration of Races through VOA by using Image of Jackie Robinson
TANIKAWA Takeshi
2009 JSPS Grant-in-Aid Project: "U.S. Overseas Information and Media Policy in the Occupation and Post-Occupation Years, with a Focus on Films and Radio" Academic Year 2009, Seminar No. 3 <Cultural Cold War through VOA and Moving Images>, Waseda Universit   Feb 2010   
Editing the Occupation-Period Periodical Materials Compendium ––– Popular Culture Series: The Cross Genre Activities of Occupation Period Culture Creators [Invited]
TANIKAWA Takeshi
International Symposium: Censorship, Media, and Literary Culture in Japan: from Edo to Postwar   Mar 2009   
Formation of Deng Lijun's image as Mistress in Japanese Pop Song Society: An Estrangement with image of Deng Lijun in Chinese Society [Invited]
TANIKAWA Takeshi
Conference: Intercultural flow in East Asia, The University of Hong Kong   Feb 2009   
“Shoku-gan” as Media
TANIKAWA Takeshi
New York Conference on Asian Studies (NYCAS) 2008   Sep 2008   
Shokugan as Media [Invited]
TANIKAWA Takeshi
Conference: Japanese Popular Culture in Asia, The University of Hong Kong   Mar 2008   
Hollywood and China [Invited]
TANIKAWA Takeshi
Special Lecture at Beijing Foreign Studies University   Oct 2007   
The Mutual Relationship between Images in Foreign-Celebrity-Appearance TV Commercials in Japanand His/Her Cinematic Images--- or How TV Viewers in Japan Stopped Accepting Them as a Symbolic of a “Focus of Admiration” and Started Accepting Them as a Farce.
TANIKAWA Takeshi
Association for Asian Studies 2007 Annual Meeting   Mar 2007   
Challenge of MAJESTy program and “Petit Science Journalism Boom” in Japan
TANIKAWA Takeshi
17th Biennial Asian Studies Association of Australia Conference   Mar 2007   
Osamu Tezuka in Occupied Japan
TANIKAWA Takeshi
Culture, Literature, Science & Technology: Research Using Prange Collection Resources, A Symposium Sponsored by the Gordon W. Prange Collection   Sep 2006   
Revealing GHQ Cultural & Sports Policy Toward Occupied Japan by using “The Database of Occupation Period Periodicals Contents(DOPPC)”
TANIKAWA Takeshi
Japanese Studies Association of Australia Conference   Jul 2005   
The Formulation and Implementation of U.S. Film Policy Toward Occupied Japan
TANIKAWA Takeshi
4th Annual Asian Studies Conference Japan   Jun 2000   
The Formulation and Implementation of U.S. Film Policy Toward Occupied Japan
TANIKAWA Takeshi
Harvard University, 4th Annual Harvard Univ. Grad. Student Conference for Japanese Studies   Apr 2000   
The Formulation and Implementation of U.S. Film Policy Toward Occupied Japan
TANIKAWA Takeshi
Columbia University, 9th Annual Columbia Univ. Grad. Student Conference on East Asia   Feb 2000   
Rethinking Post WWII Japanese Film History from Standpoint of Film Industry [Invited]
TANIKAWA Takeshi

Research Grants & Projects

 
Co-research Project with Interdisciplinary Approach on Formation and Transformation of Post-War Japanese Society by analyzing various discourses in Occupied Japan
Research Report for 2007-2009 Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research On Priority Areas (B)
Project Year: 2007 - 2009    Investigator(s): TANIKAWA Takeshi
United States - Japan Foundation Media Fellowship: Topic: Film Commission System in the U.S.
Project Year: Jan 2002 - Mar 2002    Investigator(s): TANIKAWA Takeshi
The Formulation & Implementation of U.S. Film Policy toward Occupied Japan
Project Year: Aug 1999 - Apr 2000    Investigator(s): TANIKAWA Takeshi
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