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個人プロファイル

研究の対象

I specialize in the history and archaeology of the Asuka, Nara, and early Heian periods. My primary focus is on Kanmu Tennō (r. 781–806), on the layout of Japan’s ancient capital cities (kyūto), and on inscribed wooden tablets (mokkan). I have also published on site divination (geomancy, fengshui, shijin sōō) in premodern East Asia and on the influence of fengshui thought on contemporary Japanese architecture. My current research, an institutional and social history of Heian Jingū, builds upon earlier work. In this project, I investigate issues related to the reconstruction of long-lost buildings, the deification of emperors, the presence of Chinese cosmological symbolism in Shinto shrines, and changes in perceptions of Heian Jingū since its founding in the late nineteenth century.

Teaching

teach courses in premodern Japanese history, material culture, and thought; research methods and digital humanities; and East-West encounters.

Professional Information

Ellen Van Goethem is Associate Professor of Japanese History and History of Ideas. She holds a Ph.D. in Oriental Languages and Cultures from Ghent University. After having taught at Ghent University (1999–2006) and Hosei University (2008–2011), she joined Kyushu University in 2011 to establish the IMAP in Japanese Humanities together with historian Jeff Kurashige and linguist Carey Benom and served as the program’s co-chair until her sabbatical in 2018–2019. In 2015, she co-founded the Journal of Asian Humanities at Kyushu University (JAH-Q).

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教育/学問資格

Oriental Languages and Cultures, PhD, Ghent University

Academic Teacher Training Program, Qualified Teacher’s Degree for Secondary Education – Section 2 in Oriental Languages and Cultures, Ghent University

Oriental Languages and Cultures, MA, Ghent University

外部ポジション

Board of Directors, Flander's Center/Arts Flanders Japan

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Japan Social Sciences
immigrant Social Sciences
kinship Social Sciences
architect Social Sciences
Beast Arts & Humanities
East Asia Arts & Humanities
Feng Shui Arts & Humanities
bureaucracy Social Sciences

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プロジェクト 1999 2022

Reiterations of the Past: Reconstructions, Practices, and Places

Van Goethem, E., Carter, C., Smits, I., Mueller, D., van Ewijk, A., Tseng, A. & Roberts, L.

4/1/193/31/22

プロジェクト: 研究プロジェクト

Shinto Shrines as Embodiments of the Directional Deities

Van Goethem, E.

4/1/16 → …

プロジェクト: 研究プロジェクト

State Formation in Ancient Japan

Van Goethem, E. & Barnes, G.

9/1/15 → …

プロジェクト: 研究プロジェクト

Heian Jingū

Van Goethem, E., Kato, Y. & Tseng, A.

4/1/15 → …

プロジェクト: 研究プロジェクト

研究成果 1998 2019

Animated City: Life Force, Guardians, and Contemporary Architecture in Kyoto

Van Goethem, E., 2019, Invisible Empire: Spirits and Animism in Contemporary Japan . Rambelli, F. (版). Bloomsbury Publishing, p. 81–94

研究成果: 著書/レポートタイプへの貢献章 (査読済み)

architect
occupation
Japan
commitment
narrative

Heian Jingū: Monument or Shinto Shrine?

Van Goethem, E., 11 2018, : : Journal of Religion in Japan. 7, 1, p. 1-26

研究成果: ジャーナルへの寄稿記事

Founding
Shrines
Shinto
Meiji Period
Deification

エレン・ヴァン=フーテム Ellen Van Goethem

Van Goethem, E., 3 2018, Fukuoka: Kyushu University.

研究成果: 著書/レポートタイプ委託によるレポート

Ellen Van Goethem

Van Goethem, E., 3 2017, Fukuoka: Kyushu University. 2 p. (Brillante; 番号 2)

研究成果: 著書/レポートタイプ委託によるレポート

Research Personnel

Asuka-Fujiwara through Foreign Eyes – Research from Abroad

Van Goethem, E. E. M. A., 2016, 世界に伝えたい「飛鳥・藤原の魅力」記念講演資料集. Research Institute for Ancient Japanese Studies, Meiji University, p. 17–27

研究成果: 著書/レポートタイプへの貢献会議での発言

活動 2000 2019