Updated on 2024/07/17

Affiliation
Faculty of Letters, Arts and Sciences, School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Job title
Professor

Research Experience

  • 2022.04
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    Now

    Waseda University   Faculty of Letters, Arts and Sciences   Professor

  • 2014.04
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    2022.03

    International Research Center for Japanese Studies   Professor   Pofessor Emeritus

  • 2003.04
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    2014.03

    Nagoya University   Graduate School of Humanities   Professor   Pofessor Emeritus

  • 1998.04
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    2003.03

    Nagoya University   School of Informatics and Sciences Department of Social and Human Science Informatics   Professor

  • 1995.04
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    1998.03

    Nagoya University   School of Informatics and Sciences Department of Social and Human Science Informatics   Associate Professor

  • 1991.04
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    1995.03

    Kanazawa College of Art   Faculty of Art   Associate Professor

  • 1987.04
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    1991.03

    Kanazawa College of Art   Faculty of Art Liberal Arts   Lecturer

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Committee Memberships

  • 2022.04
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    日本近代文学会  理事

  • 2019.04
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    Now

    日本比較文学会  理事

  • 2019.04
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    2021.03

    日本比較文学会  学会賞選考委員長

Research Areas

  • Japanese literature

Awards

  • 第72回読売文学賞(評論・伝記賞)

    2021   読売新聞社  

  • 第4回鮎川信夫賞

    2013  

 

Papers

  • コメント

    愛知県立大学文字文化財研究所紀要 = Memoirs of the Cultural Documents Research Institute, Aichi Prefectural University   ( 7 ) 35 - 44  2021.03

    CiNii

  • Taking Care of Cultural Properties

    Tsuboi Hideto

    Japanese Literature   60 ( 5 ) 60 - 61  2011

    DOI CiNii

Books and Other Publications

  • 戦後日本の傷跡 = The scars of post-war Japan

    坪井, 秀人

    臨川書店  2022.02 ISBN: 9784653045175

  • 対抗文化史 : 冷戦期日本の表現と運動

    宇野田, 尚哉, 坪井, 秀人

    大阪大学出版会  2021.10 ISBN: 9784872597394

  • 二十世紀日本語詩を思い出す

    坪井, 秀人

    思潮社  2020.09 ISBN: 9784783738220

  • 戦後日本文化再考

    坪井, 秀人

    三人社  2019.10 ISBN: 9784866912295

  • ツルオカ

    林, 華, 坪井, 秀人, 秦, 刚, 渡辺, 一夫

    三人社  2019.07 ISBN: 9784866911793

  • 世界のなかの「ポスト3.11」 : ヨーロッパと日本の対話

    坪井, 秀人, Richter, Steffi, Roth, Martin

    新曜社  2019.03 ISBN: 9784788516205

  • 高度経済成長の時代

    坪井, 秀人

    臨川書店  2019.03 ISBN: 9784653043935

  • 감각의 근대

    坪井, 秀人

    어문학사  2018.11

  • 東アジアの中の戦後日本

    坪井, 秀人

    臨川書店  2018.07 ISBN: 9784653043959

  • 運動の時代

    坪井, 秀人

    臨川書店  2018.07 ISBN: 9784653043928

  • 敗戦と占領

    坪井, 秀人

    臨川書店  2018.06 ISBN: 9784653043911

  • バブルと失われた20年

    坪井, 秀人

    臨川書店  2018.06 ISBN: 9784653043966

  • アジアの中の韓国日本研究

    坪井, 秀人

    名古屋大学大学院文学研究科  2007.06

  • 戦時期・敗戦期における少年雑誌の研究 : 『週刊少国民』を中心として

    坪井, 秀人

    [出版者不明]  2006.03

  • 感覚の近代 : 声・身体・表象

    坪井, 秀人

    名古屋大学出版会  2006.02 ISBN: 9784815805333

  • 戦争の記憶をさかのぼる

    坪井, 秀人

    筑摩書房  2005.08 ISBN: 4480062521

  • 声の祝祭 : 日本近代詩と戦争

    坪井, 秀人

    名古屋大学出版会  1997.08 ISBN: 4815803285

  • 萩原朔太郎論 : 《詩》をひらく

    坪井, 秀人

    和泉書院  1989.04 ISBN: 4870883457

  • 萩原朔太郎 : 感情の詩学

    坪井, 秀人

    有精堂出版  1988.06 ISBN: 4640309732

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Research Projects

  • Representations of Refugees and Prisoners of War in Northeast and Central Asia in the 20 Century

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2022.04
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    2026.03
     

  • 中村古峡資料群と近代の〈異常心理〉に関する総合的研究

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業

    Project Year :

    2019.04
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    2022.03
     

    竹内 瑞穂, 大橋 崇行, 橋本 明, 一柳 廣孝, 小松 史生子, 小泉 晋一, 坪井 秀人, 光石 亜由美

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    本研究は、中村古峡記念病院所蔵の中村古峡資料群の整理・データベース化を行い、その上で近代日本の〈異常心理〉を軸とした知的・人的ネットワークの実態と意義とを総合的に考究していくものである。
    令和元年度は、年度初めに開催された研究会(5/26)で決定された方針に従い、中村古峡記念病院での現地調査と資料データの収集・整理を中心に行った。また、そこで得られた成果の一部を学会発表、書籍などのかたちで公開した。
    竹内瑞穂、大橋崇行、安斉順子[研究協力者]、橋本明は、日本近代文学会・昭和文学会・社会文学会合同国際研究集会(11/24 二松學舍大学九段キャンパス)において、パネル発表「中村古峡資料群を読む―近代日本の〈異常心理〉文化の再考に向けて」を行った。竹内(「イントロダクション」)、大橋(「中村古峡記念病院所蔵資料調査について」)、安斉(「明治大正の心理学、催眠と中村古峡」)、橋本(「精神医療史からみた 臨床家・中村古峡」)の発表を通じて、文学・臨床心理学・精神医学の各領域における資料群の重要性を報告した。学会発表としては他に、竹内瑞穂の学際シンポジウム「近代日本を生きた「人々」の日記に向き合い、未来へ継承する」(9/29 明治学院大学白金校舎)での研究発表「自己を書く日記/自己を書く書簡―中村古峡史料群の研究プロジェクトより」や、安斉順子の心理学史研究会(2/29 法政大学市ヶ谷キャンパス )での研究発表「大正時代の精神病院調査―中村病院調査中間報告」がある。
    また、書籍としては、心霊学からみる中村古峡像の分析を担当する一柳廣孝による『怪異の表象空間』(国書刊行会 2020/3)、戦後文化における〈異常心理〉言説の分析を担当する坪井秀人による『戦後日本文化再考』(三人社 2019/10 編著)、『戦後日本を読みかえる』3巻,4巻(臨川書店 2019/4)が刊行された。

  • The Age of the Displaced Person and its Representation: the Movement and Cultural Activities of the Displaced Person in the 1930-50s Northeast Asia

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2017.04
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    2021.03
     

    Tsuboi Hideto

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    This project investigated the cultural activities of Japanese and Korean refugees (displaced person) in Northeast Asia during the 1930-50's. Regarding with the theoretical research, we held workshops with lecturers invited from Japan and overseas. As for the comparative research, "Tsuruoka" and "Nihon Shinbun" were analyzed. With regard to research on cultural activities,we conducted surveys in Changchun and Harbin in the former Manchuria, Khabarovsk and Irkutsk in Siberia, and Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk in Sakhalin , etc. We also organized workshops with major universities in various places, and were able to build a research network with researchers in these places.

  • Material survey and comprehensive consideration on local media of occupation period

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2016.04
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    2021.03
     

    OHARA Yuji

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    In postwar period, although people were eager for reading publications, there were not enough publications. This was because the printing and publishing functions in metropolitan areas were lost in air raids, and papers supplies from oversea land were also lost.
    These local magazines have not been collected systematically and under tendency of dispersion. In this cooperative research, we conducted a comprehensive survey of these magazines by collecting old books and researching in the Prage Collection (known as documents of censorship which carried out in the occupation period) and in libraries of various regions. The result is “Dictionary of Local Magazines in the Occupation Period” which will publish in 2022.

  • Social Image in the High Growth Period in Japan : A Cultural Historical Study of "Image of Socialism" and "Image of Capitalism"

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2015.04
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    2020.03
     

    NARITA Ryuichi

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    Members of this research carried out activities centered on (1) regular meetings of high growth culture research groups in Japan, and (2) participation in international conferences and holding of international conferences. The former (1) held a study group of 15 times, three times each year, and examined cultural history in Japan during the high-growth period centered around the 1960s. In addition, this series of study groups also focused on popular culture centered on movies and reading materials. The latter (2) was also carried out each year. The Principal Investigator and Co-Investigators co-sponsored workshops and international conferences in partnership with the University of California, Columbia University, and New York University in the United States. We also participated in international conferences by other universities and other organizations and organized the panel. Based on the results obtained in this research, we published our own works and papers.

  • Comparative Study on the Cultural History of the Popular Art Movement in 1940/50s Japan

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2014.04
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    2017.03
     

    Tsuboi Hideto

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    While integrating my research about the circle movements in the wartime and postwar Japan, I investigated about the activitiies of the popular art movements in overseas territories of Japan and the Internment Camps in the US and analyzed how both movements could be related each other. Regarding the latter movements, I made inverstigations a journal Heart Mountain Bungei published by the Japanese American people at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center and another journal Tsuruoka published by the Japanese internees in the coal pit area of the district in northeastern China. By these investigations, the popular art movements crossing between the war-time and the after-war period can be repalced and estimated historically.

  • Literary movements and human mobilities: Border-crossings in East Asia

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2013.04
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    2017.03
     

    Hirata Yumi, NISHIKAWA Yuko, IYOTANI Toshio, TSUBOI Hideto, MIMA Tatsuya, Brett de Bary, Tessa Moris=Suzuki, SUNG Ge, PARK Yuha, SHIN Inseop

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    “East Asia” and Japan share a long history and a wide range of integrated culture. However, Imperial Japan and its wars transformed and complicated this relationship, causing further entanglements and overlaps. In many ways, defeated Japan has not taken adequate responsibility for the war it waged, nor for its colonial rule, and frequent disputes over Japan's imperial legacy add to these tensions. Focusing on those who crossed borders of East Asia and their creative activities; writings, paintings, films, and so forth, this research shed light on the relationships emanating from mobilities.

  • Fluctuating National Boundaries:Intercultural Contacts,Conflicts,Infiltration

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2014.04
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    2016.03
     

    IKEUCHI SATOSHI, TAKAESU Masaya, KIBE Kazuaki, KAWANISHI Hideya, Fukuhara Yuji, MAEHIRA Fusaaki, WATANABE Miki, HIBI Yoshitaka, TSUBOI Hideto

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    Discussion of cross-cultural contact or collision is not uncommon. This study, based on the working hypothesis that "less than national borders", cross-cultural contact in "less than the border" state, was intended to examine the various aspects of the conflict and invasion. And individual study by Kaken members, field survey, which was conducted with the participation of a large number of members as much as possible (Okinoerabujima, Rishiri Island) through investigation, aimed at those problem-solving. The summary was published together in a featured page of "JunCtute" 07.

  • Synthetic Research on Modern Korean Literary Works Written in Japanese

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2013.04
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    2016.03
     

    Hatano Setsuko, YAMADA YOSHIKO, NAGASHIMA HIROKI, MITSUI TAKASHI, KUMAKI TSUTOMU, SHIM WONSOB, TSUBOI HIDETO, GOMIBUCHI NORITSUGU, WATANABE NAOKI, KIM MORAN, SHIRAKAWA YUTAKA, KIM YONG-MIN, KIM CHOL, YI GYONG-HUN, KIM JE-YONG, BAK KWANG-HYON, CHONG JONG-HYON, KU IN-MO, HYANG HO-DOK, YI YONG-JE, Choi Kyeong-Hee, Kwon Nayoung Aimee, Treat John, Choi Eliie, YI HE-JIN, CHA HE-YONG, SO YONG-CHE, KWON MYONG-KA, YI SANG-U, CHE JU-HAN, CHONG SON-TE, HWANG JONG-YON, OOMURA MASUO, SERIKAWA TETSUYO, KAK HYONG-DOK, YI HYONG-SHIK, HAM TEYONG, SHIN JI-YONG, ITO TOMOKO, TAKAHASHI AZUSA, AIKAWA TAKUYA, YI JONG-HI, BAE SANG-MI, Textor Cindi, CHO UN-MI, YI YU-JIN, KIM GYONG-CHE, TAKEI HAJIME, YUN IN-RO, KO UN-MI, KWON DU-YON, KISHII NORIKO, MAKISE AKIKO

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    11 Co-investigators and 42 Research Collaborators from Japan, Korea and the United States participated in this project. We held many events over the course of three years. An international symposium entitled “Colonial Korean Literature and Culture in Japanese Discursive Space” was held for three consecutive years at Musashi University in 2013, at the University of Niigata Prefecture in 2014 and at Fukuoka University in 2015. Each time, about 40 researchers participated and debated actively. In March 2015, an international workshop entitled “Empire and Language: Translingual Inter-Asia” was co-hosted with Duke University at Duke-Kunshan University in China. In October, an international symposium called “Im-hwa and Proletarian Literature in Korea During the Colonial Period” was held in Tokyo in cooperation with the Im-hwa Association of Korea. In addition, three lectures by American researchers and a lecture by a Korean researcher were hosted

  • Multi-faceted Analyses of the Early Cold War Culture in East Asia

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2010.04
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    2015.03
     

    NARITA Ryuichi, IWASAKI Minoru, TSUBOI Hideto, TOBA Koji, TOBE Hideaki, MARUKAWA Tetsushi, YOSHIMI Syunya, WATANABE Naoki, SATO Izumi

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    The "postwar" era regards the Cold War regime in general in world history perspective. Under this recognition, "postwar culture" which has been national history manner consideration, our project examined re-grasping the "Cold War culture". The project has been subjected to re-contextualize and inspect the intellectual history of "Japan" in the East Asia, yet the project found "war experience" was a major axis for Japanese intellectual history. The project studied how “the Asia-Pacific War experience" has been reviewed in the postwar era under the influence of the Korean War and the Vietnam War. Also the project especially concentrated on the elucidation of any summary has been made on Okinawa. The Cold War culture was often lay out to movies and popular fiction so that the project also examined Cold War Culture era movies. Our project forged the concept of the Cold War culture through these processes.

  • The investigation of the concept of being abnormal of the media- expression in Japan and East Asia in 1920-1930s

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2011
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    2013
     

    KOMATSU SYOKO, TSUBO Hideto, HURUKAWA Yuka, YAMAGUCHI Toshio, ICHIYANAGI Hirotaka, KOIZUMI Shinichi, MITSUISHI Ayumi

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    In the statement situation of Japan of the 1920~30s, the knowledge of the concept of being abnormal was able to check the circumstances which had curiosity and an inquisitive mind and were circulated to the general public by collection and reproduction work of various original sources. Results, such as book-izing of a paper, digging up of a pop psych magazine, and reproduction treating abnormal mentality of a detective story coterie magazine, were obtained.
    Moreover, interdisciplinary symposium could also be held 3 times.

  • Japonism of Poetry: Its developments in the West and the connection with the Modernist Movements in Japan

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2011
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    2013
     

    TSUBOI Hideto

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    In this project, I carried out a survey the works of art songs in German, east european and French speaking areas in order to clarify the historical process of how Japanese short verses. especially Waka poetry were tranlated into the western lanuages and of how these translated texts were composed as the art songs.
    After that I draw up a list of the Waka-songs composed by the German, Austrian, French and east-and-northern composers in the period of 1910s to 1930s and examined the state of their spread in Europe.
    My survey was made at the Japanese libraries as well as abroad, at Austrian National Library in Vienna, Berlin State Library in Berlin, and Czech National Library in Prague. As some products, I published an Japanese article on the academic journal and will publish a German version article as one chapter of a collection of essays which will be issued by Swiss publisher in this year.

  • International Research on Trans-Frontier Culture and Translation

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2011
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    2012
     

    SAITO Fumitoshi, TSUBOI Hideto, FUJIKI Hideaki, MOTOYAMA Kiyofumi, AKIBA Fuminori

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    The present research continues the development of an international research project on modern Japanese culture, which has been conducted until now by the Research Center for Modern & Contemporary Japanese Culture at the Nagoya University Graduate School of Letters to which the representative scholars and research members belonged; it aims examine internationally the issue of trans-cultural and trans-lingual translation and to reconsider this issue as a problem of “trans-frontier culture and translation.” In the 2011 academic year, an international symposium was held in Shangai entitled Traversing Cultural and Media Boundaries: Translation and Transmedia and interdisciplinary research was conducted on the problems of translation. In 2012, applying the results of 2011, we aimed to further restructure this issue within the framework of research on East Asian relations studies, holding an international symposium entitled Towards Studies of East Asian Relations, thus making possible the international and interdisciplinary study of “trans-frontier culture and translation.”

  • Studies in the Globalization of Gender: The Politics of Movement and Transformations of the Body

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2004
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    2007
     

    IYOTANI Toshio, HIRATA Yumi, NISHIKAWA Yuko, NARITA Ryuichi, TUBOI Hideto, MIMA Tatsuya

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    The aim of the Project was twofold. First to question how Globalization Studies can respond and react to the issues addressed in Gender Studies? Second, to try and discover new issues that arise from a dynamic combination of Gender and Globalization Studies. As a method for combining these two disciplines of research the Project chose to focus on the movement and migration of women. Examining the issues involved through the lens of the movement and migration of women-in contrast to a focus on permanent residence in a single State or the idea of a fixed sense of "home"-the limits to State-bound modern knowledge and knowledge-making can be exposed. The Project begun by critically re-examining the methodology of Migration Studies to date and this task culminated in a Symposium, jointly held with the National Museum of Ethnology, entitled "Motion in Place/Place in Motion". The aim of this Symposium was to re-conceptualize the notion of Place-often thought to be fixed and rigid-through that of Motion. Using this re-examination of Migration Studies, the Project further attempted to theoretically clarify the gendering of migration and through creating a new conversation between the Social Sciences and Humanities, explored the issues raised by Gender and Globalization Studies. The Project carried out a Workshop entitled 'Women, Movement Narration", and the issues raised and developed in this Workshop were then presented at both the Australian National University(Canberra, Australia)and Cornell University (USA). Through this Workshop participants were once again made aware that (1), Globalization Studies have entered a new phase, (2), that there is now greater need for studies of female migrants and migration based upon the insights of Gender Studies, and (3), of the necessity of further dialogue between Globalization and Gender Studie

  • A Study of Japanese Youth Magazines during and after the Pacific War --focusing the Shukan Shokok umin (Weekly National Youth)

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2004
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    2005
     

    TSUBOI Hideto

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    Using Shukan Shokokumin (Weekly National Youth), which was published during the Pacific war until its end, as my text I examined the wartime visual culture of pictures and graphic materials. I examined how these visual materials and the literary representations carried out by authors merged together in some ways, but in other ways could become mutually quite distinct. Also comparing Shonen kurabu (Youth Club), Shokokumin bunka (National Youth Culture) and other youth magazines as well as young women's magazines and visually-oriented magazines aimed at adults such as Asahi Graph, I considerd the meaning of visually-oriented magazines aimed at children during the war. Without just ending my analysis with the conclusion that these materials were simply propaganda, I considerd the relationship between child reader's reactions to these serials and tie-in media events beyond just print culture, including local and school events.

  • 1920-50年代の近代詩における朗読の研究

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業

    Project Year :

    1996
     
     
     

    坪井 秀人

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    以前より近代詩と朗読との関係については予備的な考察をすすめてきたが、今回の研究では1920年代から50年代というように、ある程度範囲を区切って、なおかつ包括的にその実態の検証と、文学史的な評価、位置づけを与えることにつとめた。幸いにも、本研究によって情報の収集や研究論文の発表など、多くの成果を得ることが出来た。
    まず何よりも、範囲を区切ったとはいえ、大正期から戦後までの近代詩史における音声への関心と書記(エクリチュール)の意識との相関性を、かなり大きな視野で系統づけることが出来た。これは従来の作者/作品中心の記述による文学史とは全く異なった表現史的な詩史を構築していく一つの段階を作りえたものと自負している。
    各論的には、大正期に詩檀を形成したいわゆる民衆詩派がきわめて積極的に朗読運動を推進したことを再発見し、あらたな評価をそこに与えることが出来た。大正期の近代詩はともすれば民衆詩を史的な事項の中だけで評価しがちだが、これはそれを改める契機にもなろう。また、20年代から30年代にかけてのモダニズムと音声/書記との関わりを分析し、日本におけるモダニズム芸術の特質を、その分析から抽出することが出来た。この研究はモダニズム詩をブロレタリア詩や当時萌芽をみた勤労詩、そして戦時期の戦争詩へとリンクさせることにも意を注いだ。特に戦争詩とモダニズム、朗読運動との関係については従来の私自身の研究をも十分に補訂しえたと考えている。その他、戦後の勤労時運動、あるいは『荒地』『列島』などの戦時詩の中心的な動向と、以下の戦前戦中の近代詩の問題との連続性/不連続性についても研究を発展させることができた。
    未知の研究領域でもあるため大量の文献を必要とし、また聞き取り調査なども数度にわたって行った。これらにより充実した成果を得たと自負している。本研究をさらに今後の研究計画にいかしていきたい所存である。

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Internal Special Research Projects

  • 近現代日本文学におけるトラウマとケア

    2023  

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