MASUYA Tomoko, Professor

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Research Theme : Fine Arts and Society in West Asia



MASUYA Tomoko is Professor of Islamic Art History. Her research covers Islamic art in various media ranging from architecture to painting and ceramics produced in the vast area from Islamic Spain to Central Asia. She received her B.A. from the University of Tokyo in 1986; her M.A.s from New York University in 1989 and from the University of Tokyo in 1990 and her Ph.D. from New York University in 1997. Before being appointed to her current position in 1999, she was Research Fellow at the National Museum of Ethnology.
Her major works include "Persian Tiles on European Walls - Collecting lkhanid Tiles in Nineteenth-Century Europe," Ars Orientalis, XXX (2000): 39-54, chapters on "Spain and Maghrib" and "The Safavids and the Qajars" and catalogue entries in Islamic Art , New History of World Art: Oriental Art , vol.17 ed. Toh Sugimura, (Tokyo: Shogakukan, 1999, 73-84, 221-232, 362-371, 391-394, 403-410, 418, 424-425, 428-431, 437-438), "The Ilkhanid Phase of Takht-i Sulaiman," Ph.D. dissertation (New York University, Graduate School of Arts and Science, Institute of Fine Arts, 1997, lii + 789 pp.), "The Condition of The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Small Shahnama and the Reconstruction of Its Text," in Illustrated Poetry and Epic Images: Persian Painting of the 1330s and 1340s , by Marie Lukens Swietochowski and Stefano Carboni (New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1994), 129-145; and, with Stefano Carboni, Persian Tiles (New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1993, 46 pp.).

Biography

Teaching

Research Achivements

    Books

  • Masuya, Tomoko. Isurāmu no shahon kaiga. Nagoya: 名古屋大学出版会, 2014.2. (in Japanese)
  • Ruggles, Dede Fairchild. Zusetsu isurāmu teien: Islamic Gardens and Landscape. Translated by Takako Kimyra. Edited by Tomoko Masuya. Tokyo: Hara shobō, 2012.9. (in Japanese)
  • Tomoko, Masuya. Sugu wakaru Isuramu no bijutsu: kenchiku, shahon geijutsu, kogei:Handy manual of Islamic art: architecture, manuscripts, and crafts. Tokyo: Tokyo Bijutsu, 2009.10. (in Japanese)
  • Bloom, Jonathan and Sheila Blair. Isuramu bijutsu:Islamic art. Translated by Tomoko Masuya Iwanami sekai no bijutsu:Iwanami, art of the world. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten, 2001.3. (in Japanese)
  • Carboni, Stefano and Tomoko Masuya. Persian Tiles. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1993.5.
  • Beuys, Joseph. Kodo: daisan no michi:Action: Third Road. Translated by Heigo Takashima and Tomoko Masuya. Tokyo: ISSHI PRESS, 1984. (in Japanese)
  • Edited Books

  • Tomoko, Masuya, ed. Vol. 3 of The BI. Tokyo: Institute of Oriental Culture, The University of Tokyo, 2009.3. (in Japanese)
  • Hayashi, Kayoko and Tomoko Masuya, eds. Kiroku to hyosho: shiryo ga kataru Isuramu sekai:Documentation and representation: historical materials from the Muslim world. Vol. 8 of The Isuramu chiiki kenkyu sosho:Islamic Area Studies. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, 2005.2. (in Japanese)
  • Thesis

  • Masuya, Tomoko. "The Ilkhanid Phase of Takht-i Sulaiman." PhD diss., New York University, Graduate School of Arts and Science, Institute of Fine Arts, 1997.
  • Articles and Book Chapters

  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Surutan Ahumado Jarairu shish no saishoku ga." Kokka. Vol. 1428: Kokkasha, 2014.10 : 9-21.
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Seasonal Capitals with Permanent Buildings in the Mongol Empire." Turco-Mongol Rulers, Cities and City Life. Edited by D. Durand-Guédy. Leiden: Leiden, 2013.12 : 223-56.
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Abū Nasuru aru-Basurī saku, Oshigata soushoku namariyū danpen."Kokka, Tokyo: Kokka sha 1416 2013.10: 35-37. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Arabia moji to Isurāmu bijyutsu." Meibun ni himerareta oriento no sekai. Edited by Hiroshi Sudo. Okayama: Okayama Orient Museum, 2012.11 : 28-29. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Dummenshao - Yisulan de shenbi gangcai: Zhongdong he Jindong de gangcai taoji shi." Translated by Yan Masami Dianzang 2012.7. (in Chinese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Damasukasu Kokuritsu Hakubutsukan (National Museum of Damascus)."Shukan ichido ha ikitai sekai no hakubutsukan, Tokyo: Asahi shinbun shuppan 2012. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Berurin Bijyutsukan (Staatliche Museen zu Berlin)."Shukan ichido ha ikitai sekai no hakubutsukan, Tokyo: Asahi shinbun shuppan 2011. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Isuramu jiai no Perushia no kaiga:Persian paintings during the Islamic period."Eiko no Perushia:Persia in Glory, Tokyo: Yamakawa Shuppansha (2010.8): 120. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "12-14 seiki Iran no Kashan sei toki ni okeru meibun:Inscriptions on Kashan Pottery from 12th to 14th Century Iran."Art History Forum, no. 30 2010.6: 303-352. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Miniachur fu shoru:Shawl with embroidery in a style of miniature painting."Kashimiru shoru: henka suru peizuri mon'yo:Kashimir shawl: Transformation of paisley, Tokyo: Yamakawa Shuppansha (2010.3): 100-105. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Yier-han guo zaoqi meishu suojian de dongxi jiaoliu:Encounter of Art of East and West Asia During the Early Ilkhani Period." Translated by Chen Ping Meishushi yanjiu jikan:TAIDA Journal of Art History, Taipei: 国立台湾大学芸術史研究所 28 2010.3: 1-42. (in Chinese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "The Mi'radj-nâma Reconcidered."Artibus Asiae 67, no. 1 2007.: 39-54.
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Nihon to Isuramu bijutsu:Japan and Islamic art." Yurashia ni okeru bunka no koryu to tempen:Cultural exchange and changes in Eurasia. Edited by Masashi Haneda, Toyo-bunka Kenkyu-sho hokoku sokan:Monograph series of the Institute of Oriental Culture. Tokyo: Institute of Oriental Culture, The University of Tokyo, 2007.3 : 97-104. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Database Projects for Islamic Art at RICAS."RICAS Newsletter, Tokyo: Research and Information Center for Asian Studies (RICAS), Institute of Oriental Cultute, University of Tokyo 15 2006.3: 3-4.
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Tafute Soreiman shutsudo no rasuta-sai hoshigata tairu:Luster-painted eight-pointed star tiles excavated at Takht-i Sulaiman."Toyo toji:Oriental Ceramics, Tokyo: Japan Society of Oriental Ceramic Studies 34 2005.3: 45-58. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Kogei ga tsutaeru joho:Information conveyed by Islamic crafts." Kiroku to hyosho: shiryo ga kataru Isuramu sekai:Documentation and representation: historical materials from the Muslim world. Edited by Kayoko Hayashi and Tomoko Masuya. Vol. 8, Isuramu chiiki kenkyu sosho:Islamic Area Studies. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, 2005.2 : 245-267. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Iran bi no genryu: Isuramu jidai no Iran kaiga (14 seiki made):Origin of Iranian Beauty: Iranian painting during the Islamic period (up to the 14th century)." Iran o shiru tame no 65 sho:65 chapters to know Iran. Edited by Emiko Okada, Keiichi Kitahara and Shuri Suzuki. Tokyo: Akashi Shoten, 2004.9 : 87-91. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Sekai sandai shukyo no zokei: Isulamu-kyo, mosuku no mon'yo:Plastic arts of the three religions: Islam, designs for mosques." Bijuaru waido sekai isan:Visual Wide: World Heritage. Edited by Masanori Aoyagi. Tokyo: Shogakukan, 2003.12 : 38-40. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "I-bunka no juyo to konko: Iberia hanto o irodoru Isulamu kenchiku:Acceptance and merger of the other culture: Islamic architecture in the Iberian Peninsula." Bijuaru waido sekai isan:Visual Wide: World Heritage. Edited by Masanori Aoyagi. Tokyo: Shogakukan, 2003.12 : 54-55. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Ilkhanid Courtly Life." The Legacy of Genghis Khan: Courtly Art and Culture in Western Asia, 1256-1353. Edited by Linda Komaroff and Stefano Carboni. New York, New Haven and London: The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Yale University Press, 2002.11 : 75-103.
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Supein no rasuta-sai:Luster-painted ware from Spain." Ningen Kokuho Kato Takuo Shiruku Rodo rekitei: rasuta-sai, sansai, oribe no genryu o motomete:Takuo Kato, human national treasure: Travels in Silk Road, searching for the origins. Edited by Kodai Oriento Bijutsu-kan. Tokyo: Yamakawa Shuppansha, 2002.3 : 51-52. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Perushia no rasuta-sai:Luster-painted ware from Persia." Ningen Kokuho Kato Takuo Shiruku Rodo rekitei: rasuta-sai, sansai, oribe no genryu o motomete:Takuo Kato, human national treasure: Travels in Silk Road, searching for the origins. Edited by Kodai Oriento Bijutsukan. Tokyo: Yamakawa Shuppansha, 2002.3 : 41-50. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Iran ni sumi-tsuita Chugoku no hoo:Chinese phoenix dwelling in Iran." Ajia o shireba sekai ga mieru:Knowing Asia, Understanding the world. Edited by Tokyo Daigaku Toyo-bunka Kenkyu-sho. Tokyo: Shogakukan, 2001.12 : 162-173. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Kaiga ni egakareta yogen-sha Muhanmado no shoten: 15 seiki no 'Miiraji Nama' shahon:Muhammad's ascension depicted in painting: the Mi'raj-nama manuscript from the 15th."Isuramu sekai:The World of Islam, Tokyo: Association for Islamic Studies in Japan, no. 56 2001.3: 68-70. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Serujuku-cho ~ Iruhan-cho Iran no tairu: toko toshi Kashan no koken:Iranian tiles from the Saljuq to the Ilkhanid periods: Contribution of Kashan, the p." Sabaku ni moetatsu shikisai: Chu-Kin-To 5000 nen no tairu dezain:Burning colours on desert: 5000 years of tile design in Middle East. Okayama: Okayama Orient Museum, 2001.3 : 29-32. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Persian Tiles on European Walls - Collecting Ilkhanid Tiles in Nineteenth-Century Eu."Ars Orientalis, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, no. 30 2000.: 39-54.
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Dai 2 sho: Supein to Maguribu:Chapter 2: Spain and Maghrib." Isuramu:Islam. Edited by To Sugimura. Vol. 17, Sekai bijutsu dai-zenshu: Toyo hen:New History of World Art: Orient. Tokyo: Shogakukan, 1999.8 : 73-84. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Dai 7 sho: Safavi-cho to Kajaru-cho:Chapter 7: The Safavids and the Qajars." Isuramu:Islam. Edited by To Sugimura. Vol. 17, Sekai bijutsu dai-zenshu: Toyo hen:New History of World Art: Orient. Tokyo: Shogakukan, 1999.8 : 221-232. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Kenran taru mikuro no sekai: Perishia no saimitsu-ga:The Gorgeous Micro World: The Miniature of Persia."Kikan bunka isan:The cultural heritage, Matsue: 島根県並河万里写真財団 6 1998.10: 32-34. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Tafute Soreiman no tairu ni arawareta Chugoku mochifu:Chiniese motifs on the tiles from Takht-i Sulaiman."Mimpaku tsushin:Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethnology, Suita: National Museum of Ethnology, no. 77 1997.6: 97-106. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "The Condition of The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Small Shahnama and the Reconstruction of Its Text." Illustrated Poetry and Epic Images: Persian Painting of the 1330s and 1340s. Edited by Marie Lukens Swietochowski and Stefano Carboni. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1994.2 : 129-145.
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Isuramu bijutsu:Islamic Arts." Kodai bummei to minzoku no isan. Edited by Masanori Aoyagi and Haruo Arikawa. Vol. 3, Berurin Bijutsu-kan. Tokyo: Kadokawa Shoten, 1993.7 : 82-99. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Perushia kaiga toshite no 'Miiraju-name':Mi'rajnama' as Persian painting." Bijutsu-shi no muttsu no dammen: Takashina Shuji sensei ni sasageru bijutsu-shi ronshu:Six aspects of art history: festschrift for Prof. Shuji Takashina. Edited by Takashina Shuji sensei kanreki kinen rombun-shu henshu iin-kai. Tokyo: Bijutsu Shuppansha, 1990.11 : 102-116. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Iemen nite nyushu sareta shinchu-sei shiryo ni tsuite:On a brasswork obtained in Yemen." Chu-To, Kita-Afurika ni okeru oto bunka to hyoen bunka no gendai-teki hen'yo ni kansuru hikaku kenkyu (heisei 10 nendo ~ 12 nendo kagaku kenkyu-hi hojo-kin kiban kenkyu A 2 kadai bango 10041023):Modernization of music and performance in Near East and North Africa. Edited by Nobuo Mizuno. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Nihon no Chusei made no taigai koryu-shi no tenji: Kankoku, Chugoku, Mongoru no hakubutusu-kan no tenji kara:Exhibitions of history of foreign exchanges of Japan during the pre-modern periods." Kaigai no hakubutsu-kan, bijutsu-kan ni okeru Nihon tenji no kiso-teki kenkyu: Nihon wa ika ni tenji sarete-kita ka (heisei 10 nendo ~ 12 nendo kagaku kenkyu-hi hojo-kin kiso kenkyu A 2 kadai bango kuni 100410):Preliminary resesarch on exhibitions of Japan in foreign museums and gallerys: How h. Edited by Yasuyuki Kurita. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Isuraeru, Doitsu ni okeru Nihon tenji ni kansuru chosa hokoku:Research report on the exhibitions of Japan in Israel and Germany." Kaigai no hakubutsu-kan, bijutsu-kan ni okeru Nihon tenji no kiso-teki kenkyu: Nihon wa ika ni tenji sarete-kita ka (heisei 10 nendo ~ 12 nendo kagaku kenkyu-hi hojo-kin kiso kenkyu A 2 kadai bango kuni 100410):Preliminary resesarch on exhibitions of Japan in foreign museums and gallerys: How h. Edited by Yasuyuki Kurita. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Roshia Kyowa-koku ni okeru NIhon kankei tenji ni tsuite: Erumitaju Kokuritsu Bijutsu-kan o megutte:The exhibitions of Japan in the Republic of Russia, focusing on the State Hermitage." Kaigai no hakubutsu-kan, bijutsu-kan ni okeru Nihon tenji no kiso-teki kenkyu: Nihon wa ika ni tenji sarete-kita ka (heisei 10 nendo ~ 12 nendo kagaku kenkyu-hi hojo-kin kiso kenkyu A 2 kadai bango kuni 100410):Preliminary resesarch on exhibitions of Japan in foreign museums and gallerys: How h. Edited by Yasuyuki Kurita. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Isuramu bijutsu towa nani ka:What is Islamic art?" Ruvuru Bijutsu-kan:The Louvre, Bessatsu Taiyo:Supplementary Taiyo. Tokyo: Heibonsha. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Bijutsu-shi:Art History." Isuramu sekai kenkyu manyuaru:Manual for studies in the Islamic world. Edited by Yasushi Kosugi, Kayoko Hayashi and Yasushi Tonaga. Nagoya: University of Nagoya Press. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Imakoso shiritai, Isuramu."pen, Tokyo: Hankyu communications. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Toruko, Iran no tairu."Mukogawa jyoshi daigaku toruko bunka kenkyū sentā shiruku rōdo kenchiku bunka tenji shitsu seramikku shitsu, Nishinomiya: Mukogawa Women's University. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Kanzen hozon ban: Imakoso shiritai, Isuramu."pen plus, Tokyo: Hankyu communications. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Isurāmu no doubutsu jyussen (jyukkai rensai)."Nihon Keizai Shinbun. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Isurāmu touki shi kenkyū ni okeru dēta shūshū."Asu no tōyōgaku, Tokyo: Institute of Advanced Studies on Asia. (in Japanese)
  • Yoko, Makino. "Kōhī to sekai isan 4: Zeitaku no kagiri wo tsukushita, kōhī kappu uke. Topukapu kyūden hakubutsukan."Coffee Break. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Hai, kusarikatabira wo kita jyuuji gun heishi: Chichukai no ibuki - Rūburu bijyutsukan ten kara - 4."Nihon keizai shinbun. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Rasutāsai to isurāmu no bijyutsu hoka 4 koumoku." Inax raibu myūjiamu "Sekai no tairu hakubutsukan" korekushon: Rasutāsai tairu, Ten chi mizu tsuchi no kagayaki. Edited by Tomoko Masuya. Tokoname: Inax live museum. (in Japanese)
  • Book Reviews

  • Masuya, Tomoko. Review of Early Persian Tilework: The Medieval Flowering of Kashi, by Douglas Pickett. Iranian Studies, New York: Society for Iranian Studies 32, no. 4 (1999.: 624-625.
  • Masuya, Tomoko. Review of A Study of Jean Chardin's Description of Isfahan, by Masashi Haneda. Iranian Studies, New York: Society for Iranian Studies 32, no. 3 (1999.: 440-441.
  • Conference Proceedings

  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Images of Iranian Kingship on the Ilkhanid Tiles,." Presented at the The Idea of Iran: post-Mongol polities and the reinvention of Iranian identities, SOAS, University of London, November 22 2014.
  • Tomoko, Masuya. "The Study of Islamic Art in Japan,." Presented at the WIAS International Seminar “Islamic Art in East and Southeast Asia,, WASEDA University, January 12 2013.
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Ilkhanid Art under the Khaghanate of Khubilai." Presented at the The Age of Khubilai Khan. Edited by C. Chang, Seoul, December 18 2008: 72-87.
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Josei kenkyusha kara mita Isuramu bijutsu:Islamic Art from the point of view of a female scholar." Presented at the Inishie no sekai wo horiokoshita hitobito: jonetsu to kage no chikara (sono 2):Those who excavated the ancient world: passion and efforts (no. 2). Edited by Takuro Adachi, Tokyo, July 10 2008: 207-212. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Minai kara rajuvarudina e: 12 ~ 14 seiki Iran no enameru saiga toki no hatten:From mina'i to lajcardina: development of enamel-painted ware in 12th- to 14th-century Iran." Presented at the Dai 11 kai Herenizumu - Isuramu Koko-gaku kenkyu:11th Annual Meeting of the Japan Society for Hellenistic-Islam Archaeological Studies, Kanazawa, July 3 2004: 62-66. (in Japanese)
  • Magazine Articles

  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Dokusho annnai: Isurāmu bijyutsu."Rekishi to chiri, Tokyo: Yamakawa Shuppansha 669 (2013.11): 33-36. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Isurāmu toha nanika."pen BOOKS, Tokyo: Hankyu communications (2013.3): 82-93. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Otasuke Toyo Bunko:Helpful Toyo Bunko."Toyo Bunko gaido bukku:Guide book to Toyo Bunko, Tokyo: Heibonsha 2 (2006.5): 184-187. (in Japanese)
  • Encyclopedia Articles

  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Arabesuku:Arabesque." Rekishi-gaku jiten:Dictionary of Historical Studies. Edited by Mio Kishimoto 11. Tokyo: Kobundo, 2004. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Arabesuku:Arabesque." Shin Isuramu jiten:New dictionary of Islam. Edited by Shin Isuramu jiten henshu iin-kai. Tokyo: Heibonsha, 2002.3 : 78-79. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Kinzoku-ki:Metalwork." Shin Isuramu jiten:New Dictionary of Islam. Edited by Shin Isuramu jiten henshu iin-kai. Tokyo: Heibonsha, 2002.3 : 206. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Shodo (karigurafi):Art of writing (calligraphy)." Shin Isuramu jiten:New Dictionary of Islam. Edited by Shin Isuramu jiten henshu iin-kai. Tokyo: Heibonsha, 2002.3 : 289. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Toki:Ceramics." Shin Isuramu jiten:New Dictionary of Islam. Edited by Shin Isuramu jiten henshu iin-kai. Tokyo: Heibonsha, 2002.3 : 354-55. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Abu Tahiru hoka zen 37 komoku:37 entries." Iwanami Isuramu jiten:Iwanami Dictionary of Islam. Edited by Kazuo Otsuka, Yasushi Kosugi, Hisao Komatsu, Yasushi Tonaga, Masashi Haneda and Masayuki Yamauchi. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten, 2002.2. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Sakuhin kaisetsu zen 50 ten:Catalogue explanation of 50 items." Isuramu:Islam. Edited by To Sugimura 17. Tokyo: Shogakukan, 1999.8 : 362-438. (in Japanese)
  • Masuya, Tomoko. "Cédulas explicativas (18 objects)." Arte Islàmico del Museo Metropolitano de Arte de Nueva York. Edited by Daniel Walker. Ciudad de Mexico: Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, 1994.9 : 118-231.

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