The University of Trier, Germany
Doctoral Studies, 2012 – 2018
- Advisors: Prof. em. Stanca Scholz-Cionca and Prof. Andreas Regelsberger
- Dissertation Title: The Dynamics of Gender and Power in Zeami’s Reflections on Performance
- Defended on February 13, 2018
- Digitally published by university library on February 20, 2020
The University of Tokyo, Japan
Master’s Studies, 2009 – 2012
- Advisor: Prof. em. Matsuoka Shinpei
- Thesis: 「世阿弥能『江口』のドラマトルギー：『理』の意義と『天女舞』の演出をめぐって」[Zeami’s noh “Eguchi” and its dramaturgy: Concerning the significance of the word kotowari and the performance of the dance of the heavenly woman]
Smith College, Massachusetts
Bachelor’s Studies, 2001 – 2005
Major in East Asian Languages and Literature and minor in Philosophy (Linguistics)
- Advisors: Prof. em. Thomas Rohlich and Prof. em. Jill de Villiers
2021 – present Postdoctoral Fellow
- Nogami Memorial Noh Theatre Research Institute, Hosei Univeristy
2020 – 2021 Adjunct Instructor
- Japanese Studies (Japanologie), University of Trier
2020 Research Assistent (Wissenschaftliche Angestellte)
- Japanese Studies (Japanologie), University of Tübingen
2017 – 2019 Postdoctoral Researcher
- Trier Center for Digital Humanities, University of Trier
2015 – 2016 Adjunct Instructor
- Department of Japanese Studies (Japanologie), University of Tübingen
Awards and Fellowships
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Postdoctoral Fellowship (Short-term)
Oct. 2013 – Oct. 2014
- Visiting Researcher at Waseda University
Japanese Government (文部科学省) Scholarship
Apr. 2009 – Mar. 2012
- Research student at the University of Tokyo for one academic year
- Master’s student at the University of Tokyo for two years
“Is Creativity Divine or Earthly? Zeami and the Debate over Genius and Talent.” European Journal of Japanese Philosophy 5 (forthcoming).
“Hinter der Nō-Maske: Die weltlichen und himmlischen Kräfte einer leeren Identität” [Behind the noh mask: The profane and heavenly powers of an empty identity]. Edited by Hermann-Josef Röllicke. Hôrin (forthcoming).
“Hana” and “Yūgen.” In Handbook on Performance-Related Concepts in Non-European Languages, edited by Erika Fischer-Lichte. Routledge (submitted).
「能楽研究のデジタル化：海外の視点から見た電子資料の現状」[The digitalization of noh research: The state of digital resources as seen from abroad]. In 『中世に架ける橋』[A bridge to the middle ages], edited by Shinpei Matsuoka, 333–39. Shinwasha, 2020.
(Dissertation) “The Dynamics of Gender and Power in Zeami’s Reflections on Performance.” University of Trier, 2020. https://doi.org/10.25353/ubtr-xxxx-2c84-f1bd.
“Producing Miracles: The Practice of Noh Performance.” In Practicing Japanese Philosophy: Mind and Activity, 76–87. University of Tokyo Center for Philosophy, 2012.
(Translation) Marumoto, Takashi. “Comedy and Laughter on the Japanese and German Stage: A Comparative Attempt,” In Japanese Theatre Transcultural: German and Italian Intertwinings, edited by Stanca Scholz-Cionca and Andreas Regelsberger. Munich: Iudicium, 2011. pp. 51-68.