Research Institute for Humanity and Nature

Staff Profile

NameKIMURA, Emi
AffiliationResearch Department, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature
PositionProject Researcher
Arrival day2007.12
Leaving the office day 
Year of Birth 
Academic Careerjapanese Literature,Faculty of Arts & Letters,Kyoritsu Women's University(1989)
Art Culture, Kyoto University of Art and Design,M.Course(2002)
Art Kyoto University of Art and Design,D.Course(2006)
Professional CareerPart-time Teacher,Correspondence,Kyoto University of Art and Design(2003)
Part-time Teacher,Department of Art,Kyoto University of Art and Design(2006)
Fellow Researcher,Research Center for Historical Heritage,Kyoto University of Art and Design(2006)
Fellow Researcher,International Research Center for Comparative Art Studies,Kyoto University of Art and Design(2007)
Project Reserach Associate,Research Institule for Humanity and Nature(2007)
Project Reseracher,Research Institule for Humanity and Nature(2008)
Higher DegreesPh.D.(Kyoto University Of Arts And Design,2006)
Fields of SpecializationThe History of The Japanese Culture
The History of The Tea Culture
Academic Society MembershipsCHANOYU-BUNKA-GAKKAI

 

Papers

【Original Articles】

KIMURA,Emi 2005,11 The Development of  “Senten” in the Rules of Zen Monastery . Chanoyubunkagaku(11):16-40. (in Japanese) (reviewed).

Research Presentations

【Oral Presentation】

KIMURA,Emi The Culture of Tea in Tang Period. Comparative Art Studies Seminar, 2007.05.23. (in Japanese)

KIMURA,Emi The Development of  Ludiyu Tradition the Culture of Tea in Tang Period. Cyanoyubunkagakkai Convention11, 2005.06.04. (in Japanese)

KIMURA,Emi The Development of  “Cyato” in the Rules of Zen Monastery. Cyanoyubunkagakkai Convention ,Annvs 10 years , 2004.05.16, Shufukaikan Plaza-f ,Chiyodaku, Tokyo City. (in Japanese)

KIMURA,Emi The Development of  “Senten” in the Rules of Zen Monastery. Cyanoyubunkagakkai Convention9, 2003.05.23, Ikenobo Junior College ,Kyoto. (in Japanese)