(Last updated : 2019-06-16 03:08:37)
  Julie HIGASHI
   Department   Kyoto University of Foreign Studies  Department of British and American Studies, Faculty of Foreign Studies
   Position   Professor
■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2017/06/23 Local Documentations in In This Corner of the World (International Conference on Animation and Memory)
2. 2013/07/15 Renewing Hiroshima Memory, Again: Bridging the Memory Gap between the Local and National Government (International Conference on Memory, Conflict and Space, Liverpool, U.K.)
3. 2011/11/18 The Political Landscape and Memory in Sapporo City: The Contested Space-Time Continuum (L'histoire des migrations dans les musees : entre memoire et politique, France)
4. 2002/12/04 The Regligous Occupation in Postwar Japan: The Christian Community and Educational Institutions (Pacific Creolization: Searching for Emerging Shared Values in the Japan-U.S. Borderlands)
5. 2001/11 “American Boy Scouts in Action: Nurturing Civic Mindedness and National Identity” (“We the People" in the Global Age: A Re-examination of Citizenship and Nationalism)
■ Books and academic papers
1. Thesis The Destruction and Creation of a Cityscape in the Digital Age: Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum (Single) 2018/12
2. Book ”9-11 Memorial Museum and the Politics of History," The Future of Historical Studies in Society, The Historical Science Society of Japan, ed. (Single) 2017/06
3. Book "'Hello, Kitty': The Reception of Anne Frank’s Diaries in Japan," Critical Insights: The Diary of a Young Girl Eds. Ruth Amir and Pnina Rosenberg [Hardcover and eBook] (Single) 2017/03
4. Thesis The Power of Place and Politics in War Museums (Single) 2016/11
5. Book "Heritage and the Reframing of Japan’s National Narrative of Hokkaido: negotiating identity in migration history," Museums and Migration: History, Memory and Politics, Ed. Laurence Gourievidis [paperback, hardcover, and Kindle e-book] (Single) 2014/06
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■ Academic background
1. 1994/05
Degree Acquisition
New York University Ph. D.(博士号、国際教育学)
■ Business career
1. 2016/04~ Ritsumeikan University (1997/4~2002/3 Associate Prof.; 2002/4~2015/3 Professor) Professor Emerita
2. 2004/01~2004/07 American University, Washington DC School of International Service, Visiting Exchange Professor (Taught U.S.- Japan-China Relations and Historiography)
3. 1995/04~1995/07 Osaka University of Foreign Studies American Studies Part-Time Lecturer
4. 1994/04~1997/03 Osaka Jogakuin Junior College English Department Assistant Professor
5. 1989/05~1992/12 New York University Office of the Vice President, Academic Affairs, Faculty Reserouce Network Research Assitant
■ Subject
1. English Seminar Ⅰ
2. English Seminar Ⅱ
3. Academic English Skills Ⅴ
4. Academic English Skills Ⅵ
5. History of International Relations(BD107)
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■ Activity in society
1. 2017/10~2017/11 Lecture interpreter (English) "Citizen Science Pioneer: Sherron Terry, co-founder of PXE International" Link
2. 2016/08 Nuclear Weapons and Tourism (Kyoto Shimbun, Aug. 5th, morning edition) Link
3. 2016/03 Mainichi Shimbun, evening edition, article on "Exhibiting the Nazi Party in Memorial Museums"
4. 2006/08~2009/05 A series of 18 newspaper articles for the "Modern Language" column, Kyoto Shimbun, evening edition
5. 2005/05~2005/08 A special series of 10 articles on "War Inscribed," Kyoto Shimbun, morning edition
■ Research topic, funded research, and department laboratory expense
1. 2017/04~2021/03  Shifting Atomic Policies as Reflected in The United States Park Service's Atomic Tourism, KAKEN (C) Principal Researcher  (Key Word : )
2. 2010/04~2013/03  Beyond the Exclusion/Coexistence Dichotomy: Immigrant Communities, Citizen-Level Conflict Resolution, and the Stratification of Education Policies KAKEN (B), Principal Researcher  (Key Word : )
3. 2002/04~2005/03  The Global Coalition of Historical Museums and the Power of Place, KAKEN (A), Principal Researcher  (Key Word : )
4. 1999/04~2002/03  Comparing Nationalism and Citizenship of the U.S.And Japan  (Key Word : )
5. 1999/09~2001/03  In Search of Emerging Cultures and Shared Values in the Japan-American Borderland in Postwar History, Principal researcher: Matsuda, Takeshi  (Key Word : )
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■ Lecturer and lecture
1. 2017/11 (Annually since 2011 ) War Memory in U.S. - Japan Relations (Doshisha University, AKP International Center)
2. 2015/07 (Annually since 2013) War Memory and Historiography in U. S. - Japan Relations (Ritsumeikan University, Peace Museum)
3. 2006/07 Teaching about Asia in Secondary Schools (New York University)
4. 2002/07 Social Studies Education and Textbooks in Japan
5. 1995/01 How to earn a doctorate degree in the United States (The American Center, American Consulate General Osaka-Kobe)
■ Committee and society
1. 2015/09/01~ ICOM - The International Committee of Memorial Museums in Remembrance of the Victims of Public Crimes (ICMEMO) Board member
2. 2006/04/01~2007/03/31 Shiga Prefecture Peace Memorial Museum Planning Committee, member appointed by the Governor of Shiga Prefecture
3. 1999/04/01~2001/03/31 Kyoto City History Museum Planning Committee, member appointed by the City Mayor
4. 1999/04/01~2002/03/31 Museum of Ethnology, Center for Area Studies, Joint Research Member "Nationalism and Citizenship in U.S. and Japan" collaborative research project with Hitotsubashi University
5. 1996/04/01~1999/03/31 Museum of Ethnology, Center for Area Studies, Joint Research Member "The meaning of democracy in American foreign policy" collaborative research project with Hitotsubashi University