氏名

ヒラサワ キャロライン

平澤 キャロライン

職名

准教授

所属

(国際教養学部)

学歴・学位

学位

博士

研究分野

キーワード

日本美術史

論文

“The Materiality of a Promise: Interworldly Contracts in Medieval Buddhist Promotional Campaign Imagery,” Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 45:2 (2018), 341–390.
“Hikari no kyūsai: ‘Kōmyō shingon kudoku ekotoba (emaki)’ no seiritsu to sono hyōgen o megutte” 光の救済:「光明真言功徳絵詞(絵巻)」の成立とその表現をめぐって. In Komine Kazuaki 小峯和明 and Deguchi Hisanori 出口久徳 ed., Kaiga, imēji no kairō 絵画・イメージの回廊, vol. 2 of Nihon bungaku no tenbō o hiraku 日本文学の展望を拓く, Kasama Shoin 笠間書院, 2017, pp. 25-41.
“Cracking Cauldrons and Babies on Blossoms: The Relocation of Salvation in Japanese Hell Painting,” Artibus Asiae 72:1 (2012): 5-51. (Republished in Morgan Pitelka, ed., Japanese Art: Critical and Primary Sources, Bloomsbury, 2018.)
“The Inflatable, Collapsible Kingdom of Retribution: A Primer on Japanese Hell Imagery and Imagination,” Monumenta Nipponica 63:1 (Spring 2008), pp. 1-50. (Reprinted in Lucia Dolce, ed., Japanese Religions, vol. 3, United Kingdom: Sage Benchmarks in Religious Studies, 2012.)

書籍等出版物

Modest Materialities: The Social Lives and Afterlives of Sacred Things in Japan, Special Issue of the Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 45:2 (2018).

Co-edited with Benedetta Lomi

Hell-bent for Heaven in Tateyama mandara: Painting and Religious Practice at a Japanese Mountain, Japanese Visual Culture 6 (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2013).

外部研究資金

科学研究費採択状況

研究種別:

「観衆論」的視座に立脚した比較美術史の試み-鑑賞現場の演劇的諸相

配分額:¥18070000

学内研究制度

特定課題研究

Image and Text in Medieval Japanese Sacred Painting

2018年度

研究成果概要:This Waseda University Grant for SpecialResearch Projects (for Newly-Hired Faculty) contributed financial support t...This Waseda University Grant for SpecialResearch Projects (for Newly-Hired Faculty) contributed financial support towardmy ongoing research on fourteenth-century Japanese didactic paintings. Thisacademic year, the research resulted in an article, tentatively entitled “The Materialityof a Promise: Interworldly Contracts in Medieval Buddhist Promotional CampaignImagery,” forthcoming in the next special issue of the Japanese Journal of Religious Studies (JJRS).I also co-edited the special issue (JJRS 45:2), tentatively entitled ModestMaterialities: TheSocial Lives and Afterlives of Sacred Things in Japan, with Benedetta Lomi (BristolUniversity). Other authors include Fabio Gygi (SOASUniversity of London), Benedetta Lomi, Ouchi Fumi (MiyagiGakuin Women’s University), David Quinter (University of Alberta), and Steven Trenson (Waseda University).This grant, which also funded archival research that is not yet reflected in a publication, supported groundwork for a future monograph onfourteenth-century Japanese paintings that were createdfor promotional and fund-raising purposes.

現在担当している科目

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First Year Seminar B 50国際教養学部2020春学期
First Year Seminar B 69国際教養学部2020秋学期