(Last updated : 2017-06-14 11:04:04)
  WILSON, Richard L.
   Tokunin Kyoju (Professor by Special Appointment)
   Division of Arts and Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
■ Academic Background
1.
Degree Acquisition
University of Kansas, Doctor of Philosophy
2.
Degree Acquisition
University of Kansas, Master of Arts
3. 1971/06/30
Degree Acquisition
Franklin and Marshall College, Bachelor of Arts
■ Professional Background
1. 2016/04~ Part-time lecturer, School of International Liberal Studies, Waseda University
2. 2012/04~2013/03 Director, Faculty Development, International Christian University
3. 2012/04~2013/03 Chair, Special Committee Pertaining to the Tenure System
4. 2010/04~2011/03 Chair, Dept. of Art and Music, International Christian University
5. 2009/09~2011/08 Director, Faculty Development, International Christian University
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■ Present Specialized Fields
Archaeology (Key Word:Japanese Archaeology,Cultural Heritage,Japanese Art History) 
■ Books and Articles
1. Book Kamisaka Sekka: Dawn of Modern Japanese Design (Collaboration) 2012/07
2. Book Archaeological Excavation of Location 40, 41 of International Christian University (Collaboration) 2009/03
3. Book Mingei: Japanese Folk Art (Collaboration) 2007
4. Book Notes on Chinese Ceramics Excavated in Japan (Single) 2005/03
5. Book The Potter’s Brush: The Kenzan Style in Japanese Ceramics (Single) 2001/03
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■ Academic Conference Presentation
1. 2009/02/20 "Art-Craft, East-West: New Polarities in Taisho-era Tokyo" (Proprium of the Humanities series, Institute for Christianity and Culture)
2. 2007 Connecting in Japanese Culture: Words and Images (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Postdoctoral Orientation)
3. 2006/10/27 (Kingly Theatre Products Presentation)
4. 2005/11/08 Kyoto Crafts: Rethinking Tradition and Information (Traditional Japanese Arts and Crafts in the 21st Century: Reconsidering the Future from an International Perspective)
■ Lectures
1. 2010/11 From Institutional Ideals to Classroom Environment: Teaching in the New ICU
2. 2008/11 Family Ties and Artistic Activity: The Case of Ogata Korin and Ogata Kenzan
3. 2008/06 What a City Might Be: Public Consumption and Edo-Tokyo
4. 2007/06 What a City Might Be: Public Consumption and Edo-Tokyo
5. 2006/11 Spaces of Beauty
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■ Academic Society Memberships
1. 1993~ Nihon kokogaku kyokai
2. 1986~ Association of Asian Studies
3. 1986~ Nihon Toji Gakkai
■ Educational Achievements
● Practice example of education method
1. 1988/05/01~ Phi Beta Kappa award for Excellence in Teaching, Rice University, USA
2. 2011/04/01~ Designing a new major in Art and Cultural Heritage integrating Art History, Archaeology, and Museum Studies, International Christian University
■ Professional Achievements
● Other note that should be mentioned specially on duty
1. Research includes active excavation of Jomon-era sites on ICU campus; study of early modern (Kinsei) art and design in Japan, especially of the Rimpa school; extensive survey of the life and work of Ogata Kenzan (1663-1743)
■ Academic Awards
1. 2009/04 ICU Research Grant
2. 2003/06 Metropolitan Center for Far Eastern Art Studies Research Grant
■ Research Topics, Funded Research, and Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research
1.   Archaeological sites from the Jomon period on the ICU Campus  (Key Word : )
2.   Ogata Kenzan: Life, Work, Iconography  (Key Word : )
■ Social Activities
1. 2011/04~2012/03 Community Liaison, Jindaiji Motomachi
2. 2005/04~2006/03 Chair, Campus Residents' Committee, ICU
■ Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research Researcher Number
90255620