IDO Misato, Project Assistant Professor

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EDUCATION

2011 Ph. D., Representation Studies, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Tokyo
2005 M.A., Representation Studies, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
University of Tokyo
2003 B.A. in Philosophy, Gakushuin University
2000 Exchange Student, World Art Studies and Museology
University of East Anglia (Norwich, UK)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2011—2012 JSPS (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science) Research Fellow,
University of Tokyo
2012 Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of East Asian Languages and
Civilizations, Harvard University
2009―2011 Visiting Fellow, Harvard-Yenching Institute
2008―2009 Research Associate (part-time), Kanze Archives (Tokyo, Japan)
2007—2009 Research Fellow, University of Tokyo Center for Philosophy (UTCP)
2006—2007 Research Assistant, University of Tokyo Center for Philosophy (UTCP)
2003—2004 Gallery Assistant (part-time), United Nations Gallery (Tokyo, Japan)

Biography

Teaching

Research Achivements

    Articles and Book Chapters

  • Misato Ido,. " When A Pine-Tree Painting Appears on the Noh Stage." Tessen, Tokyo: Tessenkai, no. 587 2010.
  • Ido, Misato. "To Make A Room à la Kanmon-nikki [Regent Sadafusa’s Diary]." Regent Sadafusa’s Diary and the Medieval Culture. Edited by Matsuoka Shinpei. Tokyo: Shinwasha, 2009.
  • Misato Ido,. "Representing A Pine-Tree on the Noh Stage: Focusing on the Unkoku School."Noh to Kyogen, Tokyo: The Association for Noh and Kyogen Studies 7 2009.
  • Misato Ido,. " A Utopian Land: The Landscape of Shikikosakuzu [Seasonal Farming Screen]." Hyosyo Bunkaron Kenkyu, Tokyo: Department of Representation Studies 8 2009.
  • Ido, Misato. "Gilded Space: Creating Spaces with Gilded Folding Screens."Utopia: Here and There, UTCP Booklet, Tokyo: University of Tokyo 4 2008.
  • Misato Ido,. "Contextualizing the Tauesoshi [Ballad of Transplanting of Rice Seedling]." Kayokenkyu, Tokyo: The Association of Japanese Ballads and Songs 47 2007.
  • Misato Ido,. " Shogon [Gilded Decoration]: From Folding Screens to Tearooms]." UTCP Bulletin, Tokyo: University of Tokyo, no. 10 2007.
  • Misato Ido,. "The Origin and Dissemination of the Folding Screen of the Tsukinami Fuzokuzu [Monthly Genre Scenes]." Bungaku, Tokyo: Iwanami 7, no. 5 2006.
  • Conference Proceedings

  • Ido, Misato. "Pictorializing Kōwaka in Elite Social Spaces: Folding-screen Adaptations of The Tale of the Soga Brothers." Presented at the The 14th International Conference of European Association for Japanese Studies, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, August 2014.
  • Ido, Misato. "Decorating Space: Shogon and the Gilded Folding Screen." Presented at the l’École Internationale de Printemps, Tokyo National Museum, May 2014.
  • Ido, Misato. "Art and Rituals: Temporality and Liminality in Japanese Art." Presented at the Symposium on ‘Co-existence in Asian Thought, University of Yangon, Myanmar, February 2014.
  • Ido, Misato. "Visualizing National History in Meiji Period Japan: the Collection from Komaba Museum, University of Tokyo." Presented at the Guest Lecture, Madison, USA, December 2013.
  • Ido, Misato. "Visualizing War Chronicles: Space of Geino and Gilded Folding Screens." Presented at the Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting, San Diego, USA, March 2013.
  • Ido, Misato. "Chant for the Land: Local Memories in the Tauesoshi [Ballade of Transplanting of Rice Seedling]." Presented at the Workshop on the Rumours and Secretes in Japanese Art and Visual Culture, Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, Norwich, UK, 2012.
  • Ido, Misato. "Transcending Borders: Farming Landscape Screens in the Late Medieval Japan." Presented at the Workshop on the Power, Status and Space in East Asian Art, Harvard University, USA, 2012.
  • Ido, Misato. "Representing Liminality: A Depiction of the “Suhama” depiction of the Coastal Landscape in the Medieval Japanese Painting." Presented at the Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting, Hawaii, 2011.
  • Ido, Misato. "Suhama [Costal Landscape] in the Performing Arts." Presented at the Symposium: Beliefs, Rituals Stories and Art in Medieval JapanⅡ, Harvard University, USA, 2011.
  • Ido, Misato. "Space and Power in Late Medieval Japan.", University of Ottawa, Canada, 2010.
  • Ido, Misato. "Illuminating the Outskirts: The Landscape of Rakugai in the 16th and 17th Centuries." Presented at the Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, 2010.
  • Ido, Misato. "The Landscape of Rakugai [Outskirts of Kyoto]." Presented at the Department of Art History, University of Pittsburgh, USA, 2010.
  • Ido, Misato. "Muen [A Land Beyond Power] and Gilded Folding Screens: Space and Power in the Late Medieval Japan." Presented at the Department of Art History, University of Ottawa, Canada, 2010.
  • Ido, Misato. "Visualizing Seasonal Landscapes and Events: Meaning and Function of the Monthly Genre Scenes in the Late Medieval Japanese Folding Screens." Presented at the Visiting Fellows Workshop, Harvard-Yenching Institute, USA, 2010.
  • Ido, Misato. "Idealized Space: Function of Screen Paintings in Pre-modern Japan." Presented at the Visiting Fellow Workshop, Harvard-Yenching Institute, USA, 2009.
  • Ido, Misato. "Commemorating the Past: The Construction of Narrative and Image in the Screen Painting of Fuji no Makigari [Hunting in Mt. Fuji]." Presented at the Graduate Symposium ‘Techniques of the Image, McGill University, Montreal, 2009.
  • Ido, Misato. "The Meaning of Visualized Landscapes: Contextualizing the Depiction of Seasonal Changes of Life in the Medieval Japanese Folding Screens." Presented at the Workshop: Image as History, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, 2009.
  • Ido, Misato. "Landscape and Literature of Odaue [Ritual Transplanting]: Depiction of the Tauesohi [Ballade of Transplanting of Rice Seedling] and the Shikikosakuzu [Seasonal Farming Screen]." Presented at the Kokkan Forum, University of Tokyo, 2009. (in Japanese)
  • Ido, Misato. "Reconsidering Borderlines in the Medieval Japanese Paintings." Presented at the Workshop at the UTCP, University of Tokyo, 2009. (in Japanese)
  • Ido, Misato. "Characteristics of Japanese Paintings." Presented at the Public Lecture at the Daimaru Gallery, Tokyo, 2009. (in Japanese)
  • Ido, Misato. "Gilded Space: Creating Spaces with Gilded Folding Screens." Presented at the Graduate Conference on the Age of Comparison, New York University, USA, 2008.
  • Ido, Misato. "Representing Chinese and Korean Customs in the Shikikosakuzu [Seasonal Farming Screen]." Presented at the UTCP Graduate Symposium, University of Tokyo, 2008. (in Japanese)
  • Ido, Misato. "Furyu [Decorations] and Arts in the Medieval Flower Paintings." Presented at the UTCP Workshop on Weeds, Crack, and Furyu: The Sculptures by Suda Yoshihiro, University of Tokyo, 2008. (in Japanese)
  • Ido, Misato. "A Study on the Pine-Tree Painting in the Noh Stage: Focusing on the Activities of the Unkoku School." Presented at the Annual Conference, Association for Noh and Kyogen Studies, Tokyo, 2008. (in Japanese)
  • Ido, Misato. "Contextualizing the ‘Tauesoshi [Ballade of Transplanting of Rice Seedling]." Presented at the Annual Conference, Association of Japanese Ballads and Songs, Seisen University, 2007. (in Japanese)
  • Ido, Misato. "Landscape of Suhama [Costal Landscape]: Meaning and Function of Suhama decoration." Presented at the Annual Conference, Association for the Studies of Culture and Representation, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2006. (in Japanese)
  • Ido, Misato. "A Research on the Folding Screen of the Tsukinami Fuzokuzu [Monthly Genre Scenes]." Presented at the Annual Conference, Osaka University, 2005. (in Japanese)

Contact

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