Graduate School of Language and Society
KOIZUMI Masaya
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AffiliationGraduate School of Language and Society
PositionAssociate Professor
NameKOIZUMI Masaya
Year of Birth
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Educational Background

Graduate School
The University of Tokyo
Graduate School, Division of General Culture
Course: Master's
Completion Category: 2001 (Completed)
The University of Tokyo
Graduate School, Division of General Culture
Course: Doctor
Completion Category: 2008 (Completed)
University, etc.
The University of Tokyo
Faculty of Liberal Arts
French Area Studies
Completion Status: 1998 (Graduated)

Research Field

Research Field
Research Field: History of Western Art, Museum studies
Keywords: French Modern Art, Cultural Exchange between Japan and France, Collection
Category: Aesthetics and studies on art (3001), Fine art history (3002)

Career (Professional)

2007.04-2012.03 Part-time Lecturer, Faculty of Home Economics, Japan Women's University
2007.04-2013.03 Part-time Lecturer, Faculty of Letters, Hosei University
2009.09-2010.03 Part-time Lecturer, Department of Liberal Arts, Aoyama Gakuin Women's Junior College
2009.10-2012.03 Researcher, Center for Philosphy, University of Tokyo,
2010.04-2012.03 Part-time Lecturer, Faculty of Letters, Kokugakuin University
2010.04-2013.03 Part-time Lecturer, Faculty of Letters, Jissen Women's University
2011.09-2012.03 Part-time Lecturer, Faculty of Letters, Japan Women's University
2011.09-2012.03 Part-time Lecturer, Faculty of Science Division I, Tokyo University of Science
2012.04- Associate Professor, Graduate School of Language and Society, Hitotsubashi University

Academic Society Affiliations

NOInstitute NamePositionYear
1.The Japan Art History Society
2.French Japanese Society for the Study of Art and Archaeology2018-2022
3.Society for the Study of Japonisme2005-2007
4.Japan Comparative Literature Association
5.The Association for the Study of Cultural Resources2016-2020
6.Tokyo University Comparative Literature Association
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