I Want to Learn How to Think Beyond Academic Disciplines
Vol.4 2011.11.02 ISHII Yumi、WATANABE Masao、HIROSE Michitaka
Discussion – Vicarious Experience
- ISHII Yumi
- Areas of Specialty: Chinese Area Studies, Oral History After leaving the Doctorate Program at Tokyo University's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (ABD) in 2007, she served as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the EALAI at Tokyo University until March 2010. From April 2010, she has been an Adjunct Lecturer at Tokyo University's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. She obtained her Ph.D. in June 2010 with dissertation on "Sino-Japanese War as a Memory." In 2009 she received .the sixth Ota Katsuhiro Award for Academic Research on China. She has begun her research in Beijing while continuing with the fieldwork in Shanxi Province.
- WATANABE Masao
- Associate Professor at Tokyo University's Historiographical major is history of Japanese legal system. I hope to illuminate the specific ways in which relations between the law, the system, and rights historically transformed by looking at historical sources. I am currently interested in the roles played by non-academic individuals with legal knowledge and expertise in the structural change of social order in the 14th century.
- HIROSE Michitaka
- He was born in Kamakura in 1954. In 1982 he finished his doctorate at Tokyo University's School of Engineering (Ph.D. in Engineering). After serving as a Lecturer and an Assistant Professor, he became a Professor at the Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology in 1999. Since 2006 he has been a Professor at the Graduate School of Information Science and Technology. His areas of specialty are System Engineering, Human Interface, and Virtual Reality. He is the authors of numerous books including Virtual Reality (Sangyo Tosho), Spatial Computer (Iwanami Shoten), Between Human and Machine (Iwanami Shoten).
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