(Last updated : 2023-09-29 15:08:43)
   Department   Tokyo Keizai University  , Communication Studies
   Position   Associate Professor
■ Business career
1. 2017/04~ Tokyo Keizai University Communication Studies Associate Professor
2. 2014/04~2017/03 Tokyo Keizai University Communication Studies Full-Time Lecturer
■ Degree/Academic background
1. 2011/03
Degree Acquisition
Kyoto University,
2. 2009/03
Degree Acquisition
Kyoto University,
3. 2011/04~2014/03 〔Doctorial Course (2nd Semester)〕, Faculty of Education, Kyoto University, Completed,
4. 2011/04~2014/03 〔Doctorial Course (2nd Semester)〕, Graduate School, Division of Education, Kyoto University, Completed,
5. 2009/04~2011/03 〔Master Course〕, Graduate School, Division of Education, Kyoto University, Completed,
■ Book and thesis
1. 2023/04/01 Article YONEHARA Itaru (1909-1982) :a Communist Journalist in the Diet
- Who was his patron during his underground?-   (Single) 
2. 2022/04/01 Article YONEHARA Itaru(1909-1982): a Communist Journalist in the Diet  pp.193-207 (Single) 
3. 2022/03/22 Book The Japan Times 125th Anniversary  pp.52-55 (Collaboration) 
4. 2022/02/28 Article Aspect of Life before some Modern Media became Popular: YANAGITA Kunio "Meiji Taisho Shi Seso-hen (A History of Meiji Taisho Era: Customs and Manners) Media History pp.36-44 (Single) 
5. 2021/04/01 Article Sato, Takumi. Reflecting on 30 Notable Books for Understanding Media  pp.235-247 (Single) 
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■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2015/06/12 From Immigrant Media to Cross-border Media: Focusing on the History in Hawaii (The 24th Annual AMIC Conference)
2. 2013/07/06 English and 'Imagined Bridging Communities': Focusing on the history of English-language newspapers in modern Japan (The 22nd Annual AMIC Conference/ Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
3. 2011/06 ‘The Public Sphere in English-language newspapers in Japan,1931-1945’ (The 20th Annual AMIC Conference/Hyderabad,India)
■ Lecturer and lecture
1. 2012/07 ‘Global Media and National Identity:A Study of English-language newspapers in Japan,1945-1951’
2. 2011/02 ‘”Bira” as a self-expressive media: Millions of flyers in Kyoto University 1969’