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YAMADA Shōji

YAMADA Shōji

  • Specialized Field(s)
    Informatics, history of cultural exchange
  • Current Research Themes
    I am engaged in the study of changes in the copyright law and their impact on culture, of the changes that occur in such traditions as Zen or popular culture when they are transmitted overseas and of the responses to them on the Japanese side, and of Digital Humanities, and other topics.
  • Keywords for Research
    Information, arts and crafts, creativity, Zen culture, quantity analysis, computer, digital society, intellectual properties
  • Website
    http://ys.nichibun.ac.jp/~shoji/
Education
  • 1986
    B.A, Tsukuba University
  • 1988
    M. Med. Sci, Tsukuba University
Professional Experience
  • 1988
    IBM Japan
  • 1992
    Department of Computer Science, Division for the Visually Impaired, Tsukuba College of Technology
  • 1996
    Assistant Professor, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
  • 2007
    Associate Professor, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
  • 2011
    Professor, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Degree(s)
  • 1998
    D. Eng., Kyoto University
Achievements
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Books
Awards
  • 2015.
    The 31st Joseph Roggendorf Award (Tokyo Bugiugi to Suzuki Daisetsu [Tokyo Boogie Woogie and D. T. Suzuki], Jimbun Shoin, Kyoto, April 2015.)
  • 2007.
    Monozukuri Linkage Award 2007, Special Award (Development of Electric Dictionary for Reading Japanese Historical Characters)
Academic Society Membership
  • Association for Asian Studies
  • European Association for Japanese Studies
  • Japan Society for Studies in Cartoons and Comics
  • Japanese Academy of Budō