MURAKAMI, Kimiko

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Affiliation

Faculty of Human Sciences, School of Human Sciences

Job title

Professor

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  • Faculty of Human Sciences   Graduate School of Human Sciences

  • Faculty of Letters, Arts and Sciences   School of Culture, Media and Society

  • Faculty of Letters, Arts and Sciences   Graduate School of Letters, Arts and Sciences

  • Affiliated organization   Global Education Center

  • Faculty of Letters, Arts and Sciences   School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Education 【 display / non-display

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    1980

    University of Tokyo   Graduate School, Division of Humanities  

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    1975

    Sophia University   Faculty of Foreign Language  

Degree 【 display / non-display

  • 東京大学   修士(文学)

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  • 東京大学   文学修士

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  • 1999
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    2000

    Toyama University for International Studies, Professor

  • 1999
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    2000

    Toyama University for International Studies, Professor

  • 1991
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    1999

    Toyama University for International Studies, Assistant Professor

  • 1986
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    1990

    Sophia University, lecturer

  • 1987
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    International Christian University, lecturer

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Professional Memberships 【 display / non-display

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    「女性・戦争・人権」学会

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    日本独文学会

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    現代史研究会

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    日本ドイツ学会

 

Research Interests 【 display / non-display

  • German Contemporary History,German Language and Literature

Papers 【 display / non-display

  • Einige "romantische" Anmerkungen zu den Flugblättern der "Weißen Rose"

    Murakami, Kimiko

    Vielheit und Einheit der Germanistik weltweit   7   217 - 223  2012

  • 「白バラ」展アンケート報告

    加藤陽子, 村上公子

    人間科学研究   22 ( 2 ) 111 - 121  2009.09

  • 抵抗のアンビヴァレンス ー 日独政治文化比較試行の一切片として ー

    村上公子

    「環境」人間科学 現代人間科学講座   2   204 - 215  2008.09

  • 白バラの「美しさ」

    山下公子

    ニュースダイジェスト   Nr.702   11 - 11  2008.02

  • "Weiße Rose" in Japan

    Murakami, Kimiko

    Gegen Vergessen Für Demokratie   Nr.50   32 - 33  2006.11

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Books and Other Publications 【 display / non-display

  • 知られざるアインシュタイン(翻訳)

    フリードリヒ・ヘルネック

    紀伊國屋書店 

  • 自由人のための知(翻訳)

    P.K.ファイヤーアーベント

    新曜社 

  • 魂の殺人 (山下公子名義)

    アリス・ミラー

    新曜社 

  • パワーズオブテン(翻訳)

    フィリップおよびフィリス・モリソン, チャールズおよびレイ, イームズ事務所共編著

    日経サイエンス 

  • 野生への旅 (山下公子名義)

    ジーン・リードロフ

    新曜社 

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Works 【 display / non-display

  • The White Rose - Students in Resistance to Hitler

    2005.05
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    2006.05

Research Projects 【 display / non-display

  • A gender-theoretical approach to German Literature in the 20th Century

    Project Year :

    1998
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    1999
     

     View Summary

    In 1998 and 1999 there were so many big turning point for the research of guide, in German Literature, like the special title in. Zeitschrift fur Germanistik" (Nr 1, 1999) or the Asian Germanist Congress in Fukuoka, in August 1999. Prof.Ingc Stephan was invited to the gender section of this congress there of the research project members have participated the section. In Kyoto an international symposium has been held in February 1999 and 2000, and they gave also very good * to exchange information and to discuss.
    Within the project we has a meeting in July 1998. March 1999 and December 1999 and invited guests (Prof. Jaquline Bernd and Dr.Marlene Streeruwitz) to special lectures.

  • Studies of German Literator in the 20th century with the aspect of gender studies.

    Project Year :

    1998
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    1999
     

  • Features of Cultural Differences in the Eastern Asia

    Project Year :

    1997
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    1999
     

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    This Project, based on the thesis that cultural differences are neither substantial nor static, but perceptible only within the horizon of imagery, figured out three perceptional dimensions of cultural differences as follows :
    (1) intended encounter with another culture (during the Enlightenment, european travellers in East- Asia at the end of 19^<th> century).
    (2) inevitable encounter with another cultuere (like exiled persons in the Nazi-Period, people in East-Asia under the Japanese occupation).
    (3) perception of cul ural differences within a certain culture (according to class, region, and gender).
    In each of those three demensions, we could find out features of gender-images infront of which a cultural discourse takes place.
    (1)In the case of intended encounters, the cultural 'othemess' is often expressed with 'feminin' figure.
    (2)In the case of inevitable encounters, the occupant tends to treat the native people in the occupied territory as female person.
    (3)Within a certain culture, features of culturaldifferences are valiable according to cultural hegemony at the time.
    As results of our reseach, we could say that cultural differences which are expressed with gender images do not bound up with national territory, but are only percepted through political hegemony.

  • Family history of Mann Family and the art of story telling

    Project Year :

    1997
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    1999
     

  • Features of cultural differences in the Eastern Asia-in the process of modernization under influences of the European culture(from the aspect of gender studies)

    Project Year :

    1997
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    1999
     

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Presentations 【 display / non-display

  • Difference between the german and japanese reconvenance of the past

    German-Japanese Club in Berlin 

    Presentation date: 2008.08

Specific Research 【 display / non-display

  • 亡命者の帰属意識―エーリカ・マンとその家族を中心に

    2001  

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    ナチ・ドイツ亡命知識人のアイデンティティの変化の観察サンプルとして、エーリカ・マンが1938年英語で発表した最初の著書"School for Barbarians"の全テキストをスキャナーのOCRで取り込み、テキスト中で一人称複数の代名詞が示す対象を分析。この著書では、著者を含めた総称の一人称複数の代名詞は「ドイツ人」とりわけ「亡命ドイツ人」を示すために用いられる例が多いことが分かった。今後、これ以降のテキストにおいて 一人称複数の代名詞が示す対象を分析し、そこに変化が見られるかを確認する必要がある。

Overseas Activities 【 display / non-display

  • ナチ・ドイツ期の反体制学生グループ「白バラ」を可能にしたもの

    2008.03
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    2009.03

    ドイツ   連邦軍大学 他

 

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