OITA Akira

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Name
OITA Akira
Affiliation
Atomi University
Section
Faculty of Management, Atomi University Faculty of Management
Job title
Professor
Degree
Master of Economics(Keio University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1979
   
 
Research Institute of the Deutsches Museum,
 
 
   
 
Visiting Research Fellow
 
1980
 - 
1987
Tamagawa University,
 
 
   
 
Lecturer(Part/full)/Assistant Professor
 
1980
 - 
1985
Tokyo Dentist University, Lecturer(Part)
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1981
Graduate School, Division of Economics, Keio University
 
 
 - 
1973
Faculty of Economics, Keio University
 

Committee Memberships

 
 
   
 
TICCIH (The International Committee for Conservation of the Industrial Heritage)  National Representative (Japan)
 

Misc

 
Technikgeschichte, Industriearchaeologie und technische Museen-Ein kleiner (]E88CE[)berblick unter zeitgeschichtlicher Fragestellung
Historica Scientiarum   23 99-109   1982
Museums and Social Education-From their Industrial Archaeological Point of View-
The Journal of Japan Industrial Archaeology Society   (18) 21-26   1981
Kleine Sozialgeschichte der Museumspaedagogik-das Beispiel aus Deutschland
The Journal of the Museological Society of Japan   7(2) 1-5   1982
"Libri rari" des Deutsches Museums und die technikgeschichtliche Forschung in der BRD (West Germany)
Journal of History of Science, JAPAN   II21(142) 107-119   1982
Technikgeschichte und Geschichtswissenschaft-Kleiner Ueberblick ueber die technikgeschictliche Forschung in Deutschland(Teil I)
The Ronso, social sciences   2 21-38   1982
1982,1983

Books etc

 
Diffusion of Technology
Yuhikaku   1981   
Cultural Assets and Museums
Sanshusha   1982   
The Industrial Revolution and Machinary
University of Tokyo Press   1985   
Technologies and their Basement in the 17th and 18th Century England
Maruzen   1985   
Industrial Archaeology and Museums of Technology (in:"Industrial Heritage in Japan"Ⅰ)
Tamagawa University Press   1986   

Works

 
Industrial Monuments and Tourism : Status quo of Japan from a critical Viewpoint (TICCIH '87, Working Session Paper)
1987
Building an Attractive City-As Examples of Japanese and German Cities, in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Times
1993
Using and Reusing the Industrial Heritage
1995
The Institutionalization of Technology and Socio-Economy in the End of the 19th Century Germany
1994 - 1995
Lake Biwa Canal as an ecomuseum(Paper for the 10th TICCIH Athens-Thessaloniki/Greece)
1997

Research Grants & Projects

 
Comparative Study of Technological Civilizations
Technology and Economy in Modern Germany
Urbanization and its Influence on Mankind-Museums as an Educational System
Study for the Industrial Heritage and Industrial Tourism
Study of Industrial Archaeology & Industrial Heritage