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Researcher Information

last modified:2019/12/08

Assistant Professor MARUYA, Kota

Faculty, Affiliation

Faculty of Human Sciences, Institute of Human and Social Sciences

College and School Educational Field

Graduate School of Human and Socio-Environmental Studies
Course in Tourism and Cultural Development, School of Regional Development Studies, College of Human and Social Sciences

Laboratory

Academic Background

Career

Rikkyo University(2014/04/01-2016/02/29)
Kyushu Sangyo University Center for Landscape Research(2012/08/21-2014/03/31)

Year & Month of Birth

1979/06

Academic Society




Award

○Best Paper Award(2014/01/13)

Specialities

Speciality Keywords

Research Themes

Books

Papers

  •  LANDSCAPE REPRESENTATION AND EVALUATION OF A POTTERY VILLAGE OF JAPAN: AN EXISTENTIAL APPROACH TO A CULTURAL LANDSCAPE Sampei YAMASHITA, Kota MARUYA, Tadashi UCHIYAMA, Toru KURITA 73 5 1-20 2017/02/20
  •  Actions for cultural sustainability through craft tourism in Kanazawa Maruya Kota the 10th conference of the Pacific Rim Community Design Network 1-16 2016/12/17

Conference Presentations

  • Fundamental research on disaster prevention / reduction using ecosystem and utilization of tourism(2017/12/03)
  • Cultural Diversity in Manufacturing(conference:International Symposium ‘Livelihoods, Nature, and Cultural Landscapes’)(2017/08/27)
  • Landscape representations of craftwork through the eyes of craftspeople: a case of the pottery village of Onta, Japan(conference:23th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (IASNR))(2017/06/21)
  • Actions for cultural sustainability through craft tourism in Kanazawa(conference:10TH CONFERENCE OF THE PACIFIC RIM COMMUNITY DESIGN NETWORK)(2016/12/17)
  • Shared place for pottery as a representation of continuing cultural landscapes: comparison between tradition and modernization(conference:22th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (IASNR))(2016/06/22)

Arts and Fieldwork

Patent

Theme to the desired joint research

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research

Classes (Bachelors)

○Study for Graduation Thesis(2018)
○Seminar on Regional Planning(2018)
○Internship on Regional Development(2018)
○Regional Planning Studies(2018)
○Seminar on Regional Planning(2017)
○Regional Planning Studies(2017)
○Global Society and Regional Problems(2017)
○Global Society and Regional Problems(2017)

Classes (Graduate Schools)

International Project

International Students

Lecture themes

Others (Social Activities)

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