Updated on 2022/05/10

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OGAWA Shota Tsai
 
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Graduate School of Humanities Department of Humanities Associate professor
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Graduate School of Humanities
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Associate professor
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Degree 1

  1. Ph.D (Visual and Cultural Studies) ( 2014.5   University of Rochester ) 

Research Interests 9

  1. Tourism Promotion Film and Empire

  2. Zainichi Koreans

  3. Postcolonial Critique

  4. Home Movies / Travel Film

  5. Film Archive Studies

  6. Transnational Cinema

  7. Diaspora Studies

  8. Cultural Studies

  9. Nontheatrical Screen Practices

Research Areas 3

  1. Humanities & Social Sciences / Theory of art practice  / Screen Studies

  2. Humanities & Social Sciences / Area studies  / global transculturation, postcolonialism, diaspora

  3. Humanities & Social Sciences / Aesthetics and art studies  / genre studies, archive turn

Current Research Project and SDGs 1

  1. The Tourist Gaze and Empire: Reconsidering Japanese Imperialism through Archival Research on Non-theatrical Film

Research History 4

  1. Nagoya University   Graduate School of Humanities Department of Humanities 4   Associate professor

    2017.4

  2. Nagoya University   Graduate School of Letters Department of Humanities Japanese Culture   Associate professor

    2017.1 - 2017.3

  3. University of North Carolina at Charlotte   Assistant Professor

    2014.9 - 2016.12

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    Country:United States

  4. George Eastman Museum   動画部門   Graduate Intern

    2012.9 - 2014.5

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    Country:United States

Education 1

  1. University of Rochester   Graduate School, Division of Arts and Letters   Visual and Cultural Studies

    - 2014.5

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    Country: United States

 

Papers 12

  1. Reinhabiting the mock-up gallows: the place of Koreans in Oshima Nagisa's films in the 1960s Reviewed

    Shota T. Ogawa

    Screen   Vol. 56 ( 3 ) page: 303-318   2015.8

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  2. Testimony Film and Archive Turn: Regarding the Legibility of Park Soo-nam's Fragmentary Outtakes Reviewed

    Shota T. Ogawa

    Eizōgaku (The Japan Society of Image Arts and Sciences)   Vol. 107   page: 122 - 139   2020

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  3. Ticklish Contact Zones: Colonial, Inter-Imperial, and Trans-Pacific Encounters in/around the Japanese Empire Reviewed

    Shota T.Ogawa

    Media Fields Journal   Vol. 15   2020.3

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  4. A long way home: the rhetoric of family and familiarity in Yang Yong-hi’s Pyongyang Trilogy Reviewed

    OGAWA, Shota T

    Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema   Vol. 9 ( 1 ) page: 30 - 46   2017.2

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    Nothing is more emblematic of the increasingly transnational and decentralized conditions for filmmaking in Japan today than Yang Yong-hi’s meteoric rise from a freelance video journalist to a leading minority director in Japan. In just over seven years, Yang has collected awards in film festivals including Berlin, Sundance, and Yamagata with two documentary features and one narrative fiction that she completed with Japanese and South Korean funding. But the cosmopolitan reception of Yang’s works belies the fact that all her works to date have singularly focused on the obstinacy of the national border that has divided her family: her brothers in Pyongyang and her parents in Osaka. This study offers an analysis of Yang’s ‘Pyongyang Trilogy’ comprising Dear Pyongyang (2005), Sona, the Other Myself (2009) and Our Homeland (2012), with a particular emphasis on her creative uses of familial framing, that is to say, snapshots, home videos, and family melodrama. I examine the ways in which ‘family’ functions as a critical third space outside the national paradigm of the diaspora discourse, on the one hand, and the post-sovereign paradigm of independent cinema, on the other hand.

  5. Revisiting Through the Night (2002): a paradigm or anomaly in Japanese-Korean co-production Reviewed

    Shota Tsai Ogawa

    Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema   Vol. 6 ( 2 ) page: 152-166   2014.10

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  6. Korean Film Companies in US Occupied Japan: Imagining an Independent Korean Cinema in a Transnational Mediascape Reviewed

    Shota Ogawa

    Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus   Vol. 12 ( 38 ) page: 1-20   2014.6

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  7. Oshima in Retrospect(ives): The Question of Corporeality in Daitōa Sensō (1968) Invited

    Shota Ogawa

    Perspectives on Oshima Nagisa     page: 11-31   2015

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  8. Book Review: Zainichi cinema: Korean-in-Japan film culture, by Oliver Dew

    Shota T. Ogawa

    Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema   Vol. 10 ( 2 ) page: 181-184   2018.8

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    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/17564905.2018.1513302

  9. Rerouting the Modernist Visions of Horino Masao: Territorial Photography, Mass Amateurism, and Imperial Tourism Reviewed

    OGAWA, Shota T

    Trans-Asia Photography Review   Vol. 8 ( 2 )   2018.4

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  10. BOOK REVIEW MA Ran, <i>Independent Filmmaking across Borders in Contemporary Asia</i> Amsterdam University Press, 2020 Invited

    OGAWA Shota

    eizogaku   Vol. 106 ( 0 ) page: 129 - 133   2021.7

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    Language:Japanese   Publisher:Japan Society of Image Arts and Sciences  

    DOI: 10.18917/eizogaku.106.0_129

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  11. 映画保全のフェスティバル ナイトレート・ピクチャー・ショー Invited

    小川翔太

    JunCture(ジャンクチャー) 超域的日本文化研究   Vol. 8   page: 220-222   2017.3

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  12. Hou Hsiao-hsien in Japan: From Taiwan Trilogy to Café Lumiere

    OGAWA Shota Tsai

    Le Cinema Taiwanais/Taiwan Cinema     page: 150-161   2009

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Books 4

  1. Routledge Handbook of Japanese Cinema

    Joanne Bernardi, Shota T. Ogawa( Role: Joint editor ,  Editorial supervision of 21 chapters; with co-editor, authoring the following 5 sections: "Introduction" "Part 1 Decentering Classical Cinema," "Part 2 Questions of Industry," "Part 3 Intermedia as an Approach," "Part IV The Object Life of Film")

    Routledge  2020.8 

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  2. Routledge Handbook of Japanese Cinema

    Shota T. Ogawa, Bianca Briciu( Role: Joint translator ,  Chapter 2 Beyond Mt. Fuji and the Lenin Cap: Identity Crisis in Taniguchi Senkichi’s Akasen kichi (The Red Light Military Base, 1953))

    Routledge  2020.8 

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  3. Routledge Handbook of Japanese Cinema

    Shota T. Ogawa( Role: Contributor ,  Chapter 20 Regional Film Archive in Transit: Yasui Yoshio and Kobe Planet Film Archive)

    Routledge  2020.8 

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  4. Routledge Handbook of Japanese Cinema

    Kimberlee Diane Sanders, Shota T. Ogawa( Role: Joint translator ,  Chapter 1 Suspense and Border Crossing: Ozu Yasujirō’s Crime Melodrama)

    Routledge  2020.8 

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MISC 6

  1. 人文学研究科リレーエッセー3 Invited

    小川翔太

    『かけはし(名古屋大学教職員・院生版生協だより)』   Vol. 355 ( 355 ) page: 6 - 7   2022.1

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    Authorship:Lead author   Language:Japanese   Publishing type:Rapid communication, short report, research note, etc. (bulletin of university, research institution)  

  2. Documentary Practices between Zainichi and Diaspora: Enduring Traces, Fleeting Observations Invited

    Shota T. Ogawa

    DMZ POV Koreans-in-Japan Booklet, DMZ International Documentary Film Festival     page: 12 - 19   2021.9

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  3. “Film und Foto” Redux in Japan’s 2010s

    Shota T. Ogawa

    Trans-Asia Photography Review   Vol. 10 ( 2 )   2020.5

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  4. Artist Boycott as Global Art

    Shota T. Ogawa

    REAR   Vol. 44   2020.3

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  5. Zainichi cinema: Korean-in-Japan film culture, by Oliver Dew, Book Review

    Shota T. Ogawa

    Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema   Vol. 10 ( 7 )   2019.11

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  6. Festival of Film Conservation: The Nitrate Picture Show

    Shota T. Ogawa

    ジャンクチャー: 超域的日本文化研究   ( 8 )   2017.3

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Presentations 9

  1. The Problem with Curious Onlookers: Translocalizing the “Picturesque” in Meiji-Japan Travel Films International conference

    Shota T. Ogawa

    Association for Asian Studies(AAS)  2022.3.27  Association of Asian Studies

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    Event date: 2022.3

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:Honolulu Hawaii   Country:United States  

  2. Archiving Rhythm: From Kobe Planet Film Archive to Asian Film Archives Invited International conference

    Shota T. Ogawa

    Trans: Asia Screen Culture Institute Symposium  2021.10.1  Korea National University of Arts

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    Event date: 2021.11

    Language:English   Presentation type:Symposium, workshop panel (nominated)  

    Venue:Seoul (online)   Country:Korea, Republic of  

  3. Between Zainichi and Diaspora: Excavating ‘Other’ Cinemas Invited International conference

    Shota T. Ogawa

    DMZ International Documentary Film Festival POV Forum Koreans-in-Japan  2021.9.12  DMZ International Documentary Film Festival

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    Event date: 2021.9

    Language:English   Presentation type:Public lecture, seminar, tutorial, course, or other speech  

    Venue:Aram Nuri Art Center Seoul (broadcast onine)   Country:Korea, Republic of  

  4. Author Talk: The Routledge Handbook of Japanese Cinema Invited International coauthorship International conference

    Shota Ogawa

    Book Launch: Routledge Handbook of Japanese Cinema  Department of Languages and Cultures, Humanities Center, University of Rochester

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    Event date: 2021.4

    Language:English   Presentation type:Public lecture, seminar, tutorial, course, or other speech  

    Venue:Rochester (broadcast online)   Country:United States  

  5. Testimony Film Archives and Aesthetic of Stoppage: On Park Sunam’s “Archive of Unseen Memories” International conference

    Shota T. Ogawa

    Association of Asian Studies  2021.3.25  Association of Asian Studies

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    Event date: 2021.3

    Language:English   Presentation type:Symposium, workshop panel (nominated)  

    Venue:Online, organized by a US-based organization   Country:United States  

  6. 非市民アーカイブ?:パク・スナム監督の証言映画アウトテイク・アーカイブの位置づけ

    小川翔太

    デジタル映像アーカイブの未来研究  2021.3.22  デジタル映像アーカイブの未来研究会

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    Event date: 2021.3

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:京都大学   Country:Japan  

  7. From Appropriation to Counter-archiving: The Uses of US Footages via Okinawa’s One-Foot film Movement in Park Soo-nam’s Trans-East Asian Postcolonial Testimony Films International conference

    Shota T. Ogawa

    Excavated Footage, US Archives, and Alternative Historiography  2021.3.13  Mark Williams (Dartmouth College), Kim Han Sang (Ajou University)

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    Event date: 2021.3

    Language:English   Presentation type:Symposium, workshop panel (public)  

    Venue:Online symposium held jointly by Ajou University (Korea) and Dartmouth College (USA)   Country:United States  

  8. Unspooling Imperial Japan's. Tourism PR Films Invited

    Transcultural Cinema Forum  2020.11.10  The Transcultural Studies Division, Kyoto University

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    Event date: 2020.11

    Language:English   Presentation type:Public lecture, seminar, tutorial, course, or other speech  

    Country:Japan  

  9. “ポスト在日コリアン映画の模索” Invited International conference

    小川翔太

    「在日ディアスポラの生態学的文化地形とグローカリティー研究プロジェクト」  2020.6.2  東国大学日本学研究所

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    Event date: 2020.6

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Venue:東国大学主催オンライン会議   Country:Korea, Republic of  

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Research Project for Joint Research, Competitive Funding, etc. 2

  1. 間戦期グラフィック文化としてのグラフ映画:横浜シネマ、小西六、伴野商店の小型映画戦略の国際的な位置付け

    2021.1 - 2021.12

    2020年度グラフィック文化に関する学術研究助成 

  2. 観光客と映画観客:英語圏初期映画研究に基づく明治期末期・大正期の観光・映画黎明期の考察

    Grant number:11074  2019.10 - 2022.3

    第8回人文・社会科学系学術研究助成 

KAKENHI (Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research) 4

  1. Imaginations and Practices of Asian Film Archives: Exploring Cosmopolitanism through Moving Image Preservation

    Grant number:21K12899  2021.4 - 2024.3

    Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research  Grant-in-Aid for Early-Career Scientists

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    Grant amount:\2600000 ( Direct Cost: \2000000 、 Indirect Cost:\600000 )

  2. Digital Film Archives: What the Future Will Bring

    Grant number:20H01219  2020.4 - 2025.3

    Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

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  3. 産業史的視点による日本映画史の再構築:1970年代の構造的変革についての共同研究

    Grant number:19H01226  2019.4 - 2023.3

    科学研究費助成事業  基盤研究(B)

    谷川 建司, 小川 順子, 小川 翔太, ワダ・マルシアーノ ミツヨ, 須川 まり, 近藤 和都, 西村 大志, 板倉 史明, 長門 洋平, 北浦 寛之, 木村 智哉, 久保 豊, 木下 千花, 小川 佐和子

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    本研究は、日本映画史上最大の構造的転換期・構造的変革期をなす1960年代末~70年代を対象とし、その社会経済的実態を次に掲げる問題群の解明を通して明らかにし、その歴史的位相を確定する。即ち、①スタジオ・システムの衰退・崩壊の内実とその産業史的意味、②大量宣伝・大量動員手法を確立した角川映画の勃興、③映画各社が試みた経営合理化と新たな作品路線の模索、④「ピンク映画」の隆盛の実態とその影響、⑤異業種からの映画産業界への人材流入の拡大とそのインパクト、である。
    上記の五つの括りに因んだ映画関係者をインタビュイーとして抽出し、研究会一回につき1名をゲストとして招聘し、精度の高いヒアリングを実施する。
    2019年度については、予定では六回の研究会を行って五名のインタビュイーから話を伺うというのが当初計画であったが、結果的には全体の集まりとしては計四回の研究会で、インタビュイーとしては岡田裕氏、宮島正弘氏、園井弘一氏の三名に留まった。当初は、もう一人、映画監督の大林宣彦氏と交渉をしていて、実際に二度ほど具体的な日程まで決めていたのだが、同氏の体調がすぐれないため延期となり、結果的にはこのインタビューについては第二年度に持ち越しとしていたものの、実現することなく、本年4月に逝去された。
    ただし、第一回目の研究会の際に全体を六つの班に分けてそれぞれの班単位での活動も行っていくことを確認したこともあり、班単位での集まりも実際にいくつか行われたのと、メンバーの一人(研究協力者)の石橋佳枝さんが計画された、ハリウッド映画『二人の可愛い逃亡者』にエキストラ出演された、当時小学生だった方々数名へのインタビューというのも研究会全体としてではなく、個別の活動として実施している。これについては、インタビュイーの方たちの、大勢の前で話すのはちょっとできない、という意向を鑑みて石橋と研究会統括者である谷川のみとで行った。研究会での三名を含めて、それらのインタビューをテープ起こししたものは、第三年度が終了した時点で簡易製本の「インタビュー集」としてまとめ、メンバーに配布する予定であるが、すでに初年度に実施したインタビューのテープ起こし自体は完了しているため、早めに参照したいというメンバーからのリクエストがあった場合にはデータとして提供できる形に整えてある。
    元々の研究計画では、関係者への聞き取りについては年に五名程度(三年間で十五名目標)としており、初年度の2019年度については3名(+番外編として上記のハリウッド映画にエキストラ出演された方数名)のみであり、2020年度についても前半は新型コロナ感染拡大の影響に依り研究会の開催が何回できるか現状では不透明であるが、あくまでも三年間(その後の成果をまとめるための第四年度も含めれば四年間)のトータルで考えているため、おおむね順調に進展しているということが出来る。
    2020年度については、既にインタビュイーの候補も3~4名おり、あとはいつ具体的に研究会を実施してインタビュイーにゲストとして来てもらうかの日程の調整をはかる段階にある。新型コロナ感染拡大の影響で、現状では春学期中に関してはあまりアクティヴに研究会を開催することはできないと考えているが夏季休業期間中や秋学期を中心に、一年間という単位で考えれば、2020年度の交付申請書類に記した年に四回の研究会開催(およびゲストのインタビュイーに対しての共同インタビューの実施)は予定通りに行えると考えている。

  4. The Tourist Gaze and Imperialism: Re-envisioning Imperial Japan through Archival Research of Non-theatrical Film

    Grant number:17H06734  2017.8 - 2019.3

    Ogawa Shota T.

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    The interrelation of tourism and the Japanese empire has emerged as a popular topic of research in the fields of modern history and sociology. The purpose of this grant project is to extend this inquiry into film studies. In the first year, I have presented two papers in international conferences (SCMS, AAS). Drawing on multi-sited archival research I conducted in Japan and the United States, my papers discussed the interrelations between tourism industry PR films and amateur travel films. I have published my analysis of the overlooked communication between cine-amateurism modernist photography in the peer-reviewed journal, Trans Asia Photography Review (published in the following fiscal year) while my critical study of film archive theory will appear in the edited book, Routledge Handbook of Japanese Cinema (due for publication in late 2019).

 

Teaching Experience (On-campus) 3

  1. 映像批評分析論I

    2017

  2. 映像研究方法論II

    2017

  3. 映像文化論II

    2017