International Exchange Programs

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  3. Exchange Programs for Research Centre for Japanese Traditional Music

Exchange Programs for Research Centre for Japanese Traditional Music

Along with the growing interest in Japanese culture, an increasing number of people are becoming interested in doing research and performing Japanese traditional music. Not only those who belong to research institutes abroad but also those scholars who belong to Japanese universities and research institutes are engaged in research of Japanese traditional music..

The Research Centre for Japanese Traditional Music has been actively communicating with such scholars since it was established in 2000. From 2000 to 2003, Mr. Steven NELSON from Australia served as an associate professor in the centre. Some other prominent guest researchers listed below have been invited to the centre under the academic exchange programs.

  • FY2001 Mr. Tilman SEEBASS

    Director, Institute of Musicology at the University of Innsbruck; Research Fellow of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

  • FY2001 Prof. Allan MARETT

    Professor of Musicology at the University of Sydney; Research Subsidy Program of the University of Sydney

  • FY2002 Prof. Elizabeth A.OYLER

    Associate professor, Japanese Language and Literature at the College of Arts & Sciences, Washington University in St. Louis; Fellowship of Japan Foundation

  • FY2003~2005 Mr. Philip FLAVIN

    Post Doctor, University of California, Berkeley; Research Fellow of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

  • FY2008 Prof. Adrian TIEN

    Associate Professor, Chinese Studies at Arts and Social Sciences, National University of Singapore; Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

  • FY2008 Prof. Rosey LEE

    Associate Professor, Department of Ear Training at Berklee College of Music; Japan Foundation

  • FY2012 Ms. KLOBUKOVA Natalia

    Leading Specialist, Japanese Music History, World Music Centre at Moscow State Tchai kovsky Conservatoire; Japan, Foundation

In addition, there are many other researchers from abroad, including joint project researchers, users of reference libraries, participants in lectures and seminars, and colleagues of our faculty members. They have contributed to the internationalization of our university. Our faculty members also travel abroad to attend international conferences and academic meetings and to conduct investigation and research in the U.K., U.S.A., South Africa, China and Korea to name just a few countries.