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MURATA,Mariko
 
Organization
Faculty of Sociology Professor
Title
Professor
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Degree

  • PhD, Interdisciplinary Information Studies ( 2020.3   The University of Tokyo )

  • 学際情報学博士 ( 2012.4   東京大学大学院学際情報学府 )

  • MA Media and Communication ( 2004.11   Goldsmiths College, University of London )

Research Interests

  • decolonisation

  • memory

  • popular culture

  • multiculturalism

  • space

  • museums

  • media

Research Areas

  • Humanities & Social Sciences / Cultural assets study

  • Humanities & Social Sciences / Museology

  • Humanities & Social Sciences / Sociology  / Media and Cultural Studies

Research History

  • International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS, Leiden)   Visiting Fellow

    2022.10 - 2023.7

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  • Kansai University   Faculty of Sociology Department of Sociology Media Studies Major   Professor

    2016.4

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  • Birkbeck College, University of London   Department of Film, Media and Cultural Studies   Visiting Researcher

    2012.10 - 2013.9

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  • Kansai University   Media Studies Course, Faculty of Sociology   Associate Professor

    2008.4 - 2016.3

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  • Kyoto Seika University   Department of Social and Media Studies, Faculty of Letters   Lecturer

    2005.4 - 2008.3

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Papers

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Books

  • Museum as Ideology: Media Studies on Objects and Spaces

    Mariko Murata( Role: Sole author)

    Jimbun Shoin  2014.12  ( ISBN:9784409240991

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    Total pages:291p   Language:Japanese   Book type:Scholarly book

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  • Popular Culture Museums: Collecting, Sharing, and Consuming Culture

    Saeko Ishita, Mariko Murata, Chie Yamanaka( Role: Joint editor)

    Minerva Shobo  2013.3  ( ISBN:9784623062775

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    Total pages:xx, 325, 28p   Language:Japanese  

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  • Deconstructing Tourism: Local storytelling in tourism, museums, and expositions

    Tomoyuki Okada( Role: Joint authorRegional and Local Museums in the Age of Tourism: Confronting the politics of heritagisation)

    The Institute of Economic and Political Studies, Kansai University  2024.4  ( ISBN:9784873547817

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  • 岩波講座 社会学 文化・メディア 第12巻

    北田暁大, 東園子( Role: Joint authorメディアとしてのミュージアム)

    岩波書店  2023.12  ( ISBN:9784000114523

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    Total pages:ix, 285p   Language:Japanese  

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  • クリティカルワード ポピュラー音楽 : 「聴く」を広げる・更新する

    永冨真梨, 忠聡太, 日高良祐( Role: Joint authorアーカイヴ/ミュージアム)

    フィルムアート社  2023.3  ( ISBN:9784845921317

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    Total pages:254, viiip   Language:Japanese  

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  • Forty-five Useful Research for Thesis on Modern Society and Media Content

    Ken Okamoto, Hiroshi Matsui, Kentaro Matsumoto( Role: Joint authorMuseums in Media Mix)

    Jimbun Shoin  2021.11  ( ISBN:9784409241400

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  • Dialogue with Diversities

    Koichi Iwabuchi( Role: Joint authorFostering Diversity through Art / Museums)

    Seikyusha  2021.3  ( ISBN:9784787234834

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    Total pages:235p   Language:Japanese  

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  • LRG: Library Resource Guide (Feature: Manga as Experience, Library as Environment)

    Academic Resource Guide( Role: ContributorLibraries for Manga, Museums for Manga)

    アカデミック・リソース・ガイド  2018.9 

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  • Manga exhibition for whom?

    Mariko Murata, Ryuichi Tanigawa, Yu Ito, Chie Yamanaka( Role: Joint editor)

    2018.3 

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    Total pages:104p ; 挿図   Language:Japanese  

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  • Media Literacy Training for University Students

    Hajime Hasegawa, Mariko Murata( Role: Joint editor ,  Original_author: Hasegawa Hajime, Murata Mariko)

    Sanseido  2015.9  ( ISBN:9784385365343

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    Total pages:159p   Language:Japanese  

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  • Manga comics museums in Japan 2

    Ryuichi Tanigawa, Chie Yamanaka, Yu Ito, Mariko Murata( Role: Joint author)

    Center for Integrated Area Studies, Kyoto University  2015.3 

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    Total pages:122 p   Language:Japanese  

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  • Let’s Go to a Manga Museum

    Yu Ito, Ryuichi Tanigawa, Mariko Murata, Chie Yamanaka( Role: Joint author)

    Iwanami Shoten  2014.3  ( ISBN:9784005007691

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    Total pages:xix, 215p   Language:Japanese  

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  • Media Literacy Workshops: Learning, Playing and Designing a New Information Society

    Shin Mizukoshi, MELL Project on Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, The University of Tokyo( Role: Contributor‘Let’s Make Clay Animation!’ ‘Connecting Museums and Citizens’)

    University of Tokyo Press  2009.11  ( ISBN:9784130530163

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  • When Manga and Museums Meet

    Tomoyuki Omote, Kodama Kanazawa, Mariko Murata( Role: Joint author)

    Rinsen Book  2009.7  ( ISBN:9784653040170

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    Total pages:259p   Language:Japanese  

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  • Bijutsu Forum 21

    Mariko Murata( Role: Contributorvol.14 Tales Woven by the Museum: Beyond the Discourse on "Art")

    Daigo Shobo  2006.9 

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MISC

  • Art / Museums and Accessibility: Creating an Audio Guide for Visually Impaired Persons

    Mariko Murata, Yuko Okamoto

    Bulletin of the Faculty of Sociology, Kansai University   52 ( 2 )   133 - 154   2021.3

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

    DOI: 10.32286/00023116

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  • A Report on the Auckland War Memorial Museum and Multiculturalism in New Zealand

    Mariko Murata, Nina Whittaker(translator

    Bulletin of the Faculty of Sociology, Kansai University   52 ( 1 )   93 - 117   2020.10

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  • オークランド戦争記念博物館にみるニュージーランドの多文化主義

    村田 麻里子

    関西大学社会学部紀要   52 ( 1 )   93 - 117   2020.10

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    Language:Japanese   Publisher:関西大学社会学部  

    本稿では、オークランド戦争記念博物館の取り組みを通して、ニュージーランドのミュージアムにおける多文化主義の実現について考察する。具体的には、2日間に亘る視察と20人の館スタッフとのインタビューの様子を詳細に報告することで、館がいかにして先住民族マオリの文化を軸に、太平洋の多文化を扱っているのか、またそれによっていかにミュージアムを開こうとしているのかを分析する。This paper reports on the strategies and activities of the Tāmaki Paenga Hira- Auckland War Memorial Museum in New Zealand. It focuses on the Māori and Pacific Dimensions, which articulate the biculturalism and multiculturalism of New Zealand at the museum. For our project, in-depth interviews were conducted with 20 staff members and together they highlight how the two dimensions underline their everyday practices and how they make the museum accessible.

    DOI: 10.32286/00021274

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    Other Link: http://hdl.handle.net/10112/00021274

  • Museums and Multiculturalism in Japan

    Mariko Murata

    CAMOC Annual Conference 2019 Book of Proceedings, International Council of Museums Committee for the Collections and Activities of Museums of Cities   18 - 21   2020.9

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  • When an Art Center Becomes a Public Sphere

    Mariko Murata

    Publicness of the art center Phase I (Contemporary Art Gallery, Art Tower Mito)   107 - 111   2019.12

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  • アートセンターが公共圏を目指すとき

    村田麻里子

    「アートセンターをひらく」記録集第I期(水戸芸術館現代美術センター展覧会資料)   65 - 69   2019.12

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  • Towards Conceptualizing the “Museums of Cities” in Osaka International journal

    Mariko Murata

    CAMOC Museum of Cities Review, International Council of Museums Committee for the Collections and Activities of Museums of Cities (ICOM CAMOC)   ( April 2019 )   14 - 17   2019.4

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    Language:English   Publishing type:Research paper, summary (international conference)  

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  • The Age of Collection Exhibitions

    Mariko Murata

    The National Museum of Art, Osaka, Newsletter   226   2 - 3   2018.6

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    Publishing type:Article, review, commentary, editorial, etc. (other)  

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  • 大学博物館を大学教育に活用する

    村田 麻里子

    関西大学年史紀要   ( 25 )   19 - 25   2018.3

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  • 視覚障害者と、マンガと、博物館。 (特集 障害を「マンガ」から読み取る : みて・きいて・さわって それぞれの表現を伝える)

    村田 麻里子

    リハビリテーション   ( 601 )   22 - 26   2018.2

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    Language:Japanese   Publisher:鉄道身障者福祉協会  

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  • ワークショップ5 メディアとしての空間と公共性:建築・インフラ・デザイン

    村田 麻里子

    マス・コミュニケーション研究   92 ( 0 )   211 - 212   2018

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    Language:Japanese   Publisher:日本マス・コミュニケーション学会  

    DOI: 10.24460/mscom.92.0_211

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  • トロント学派のレガシーとは(参加報告:トロント学派 過去・現在・未来)

    村田麻里子

    5:Designing Media Ecology   ( 6 )   101 - 102   2016.12

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  • On Architecture, Words, and Radio: A Note about the Exhibit "Architectural ‘Wayfaring’"

    Mariko Murata, Ryuichi Tanigawa, Masako Miyata, Daiki Kehara

    5:Designing Media Ecology   ( 5 )   100 - 103   2016.6

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  • 専門家と市民を結ぶ回路作りを目指して : コミュニケーション・デザインの冒険(ワークショップ・5,2006年度春期研究発表会 ワークショップ報告)

    境 真理子, 本橋 春紀, 村田 麻里子, 石川 旺, 永井 良和

    マス・コミュニケーション研究   70 ( 0 )   247 - 248   2007

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    Language:Japanese   Publisher:日本マス・コミュニケーション学会  

    DOI: 10.24460/mscom.70.0_247

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  • ポピュラーカルチャー&カフェ&わたし(=ミュージアム研究) (カフェ cafe)

    村田 麻里子

    ポピュラーカルチャー研究   1 ( 1 )   22 - 29   2007

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  • ホスピタルリーチ・プロジェクト―博物館と院内学級をつなぐ試み―

    村田 麻里子

    Ouroboros : 東京大学総合研究博物館ニュース   8 ( 1 )   1 - 6   2003.7

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    Language:Japanese   Publisher:東京大学総合研究博物館  

    The original text is available at http://www.um.u-tokyo.ac.jp/museum/ouroboros/08_01/activity.html

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  • 活動報告:求ム!熟シタ想像力!―「シニアのための超おとなワークショップ」を振り返る―

    塚瀬 三重, 三河内 彰子, 村田 麻里子

    Ouroboros : 東京大学総合研究博物館ニュース   9 ( 1 )   1 - 5   2003.4

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    Language:Japanese   Publisher:東京大学総合研究博物館  

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Awards

  • Annual Society Award 2019

    2019.6   The Museological Society of Japan   ‘Multiculturalism and Museums of the 21st Century: Cultural Challenges in Japan and Britain,’ The Journal of the Museological Society of Japan, vol. 43 (2), 2018

    Mariko Murata, Yuuki Yoshiara

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Research Projects

  • Performing the Local: Transformation of Time-Space-Self Consciousness in Local Art Festivals

    Grant number:23H00057  2023.4 - 2028.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A)

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    Grant amount:\41210000 ( Direct Cost: \31700000 、 Indirect Cost:\9510000 )

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  • Developing a Methodology for Analyzing Museums in the Age of Multiculturalism

    Grant number:18K01105  2018.4 - 2021.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

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    Grant amount:\4160000 ( Direct Cost: \3200000 、 Indirect Cost:\960000 )

    The purpose of this study was to obtain an analytical framework for understanding how museums are responding to the demands of cultural diversity in the 21st century. Since around the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, cultural diversity and social inclusion have become a social demand even in Japan, which is known for its homogenous society. Our research examined how Japanese museums are responding to this situation; eventually, we came out with a program in which students studying in curatorial programs or museum staff themselves can visualize their practices and deepen further discussion.

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  • Research into the development of method-sharing tools for manga exhibitions at cultural institutions

    Grant number:15K01152  2015.4 - 2019.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

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    Grant amount:\3900000 ( Direct Cost: \3000000 、 Indirect Cost:\900000 )

    Recently, the number of manga-themed exhibitions has been increasing rapidly. The purpose of this research is to establish methodology to make good use of manga as a “cultural resource” by researching manga exhibitions and returning the knowledge from the research to our society.
    More specifically, we looked at manga exhibitions inside and outside of Japan by visiting them as well as looking into related documents such as catalogues and analyzed the exhibitions. By doing that, this research clarified methods and viewpoints that were used for the exhibitions. Those methods and viewpoints can be found on the website and learned through examples that we made specifically for that. In addition, we also made a review magazine about manga exhibitions and theorized terms to discuss the significance of manga exhibitions in order to raise awareness of this topic.

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  • Media practice research on how to create new methods for exhibiting popular culture and to define its publicness

    Grant number:15K03898  2015.4 - 2018.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

    Murata Mariko

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    Grant amount:\4030000 ( Direct Cost: \3100000 、 Indirect Cost:\930000 )

    Recently, more and more museums are interested in exhibiting popular culture. But because this movement is triggered by economic reasons, how and why popular culture fits into museums are unquestioned. This Media Practice Research was aimed at clarifying these questions. Through the practice of planning and creating a popular culture exhibition and recording the process in an ethnographic manner, it tried to understand the methodology needed, as well as defining the role of popular culture in making museums public.
    Our research suggested a method on how to develop popular culture into an exhibition. We also understood that the process of exhibition making itself becomes a process of transforming popular culture into public language. It eventually asks the museum its function as public institution. Thus if museums were truly interested in presenting popular culture from a different angle from what they are in our daily consumption, popular culture helps museums to become more public.

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  • A study on how museum architecture accepts popular culture through its spacial mechanism and design

    Grant number:24656343  2012.4 - 2015.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research  Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research

    TANIGAWA Ryuichi, YAMANAKA Chie, ITO Yu, MURATA Mariko

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    Grant amount:\4160000 ( Direct Cost: \3200000 、 Indirect Cost:\960000 )

    The study focused on popular culture museum; it especially compared, analyzed and explored manga museums by looking at the exhibition spaces and its visitor behavior. We have done surveys not only in Japan but also in France and Korea. Our symposiums were successful with more than 100 participants, and a thorough discussion about manga museums was held. As outcomes of this research project, we have one refereed paper in the Architectural Institute of Japan by Tanigawa, another refereed paper in Central Japan Society for Human Studies by other research members, one co-written book ‘Let’s go to manga museums’, and two ‘Discussion Papers’ i.e.booklets of about 120 pages which put together our research results.

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  • Museums and Popular Culture

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    Grant type:Competitive

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  • media studies on museums

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Devising educational methods

  • <大講義の場合> ・学生が完全な受け身にならないように、定期的に質問を投げかけ、学生にマイクを向けてフロアの意見を集約したり、分析作業など手を動かしたり、レジュメを虫食いにして埋めてもらうなど、学生自身が頭と手を動かして90分座っていられるよう心がけている。 ・時々コメントシートを書かせ、授業の理解度や満足度を測っているほか、必ず授業評価アンケートも実施し、その結果を次の受講生のために公開するようにしている。 ・時事的なネタを提供できるように常に心がけている。 <少人数クラスの場合> ・大学で学問を学ぶための最低限の作法はもちろんのこと、学問的基礎体力をつけることを目的に多角的な課題をこなさせている。 ・ペアやグループでの作業やディスカッションを頻繁にさせ、クラス全体が「知の共同体」として機能するように意識している。 ・少人数のメリットをいかし、課外授業も組み込むようにしている。

Teaching materials

  • ・授業によってはレジュメを配布しているが、特定の教科書などは使用・作成していない。関連する参考文献を紹介している。 ・必ず授業全体の予定や、その都度の課題の意義や手順について配付資料を配るようにしている。

Teaching method presentations

  • 授業実践を論文にしたことがある。ただし、常に行っているわけではない。

Special notes on other educational activities

  • ・大学業務における学生指導や説明会・ガインダスなどにおいても、ワークショップのような形で学生が考え、議論する場をつくるように心がけている。 ・「メディアリテラシー」はそもそも実践的な側面が強いため、高校の保健室に貼るポスターの監修なども行った。