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Gerald Cipriani
講座教授
 
Gerald Cipriani
 

Prof. │Ph.D. in Western philosophical aesthetics Leeds Metropolitan University, (1st Doctorate, Full Scholarship) UK
Teaching: (a) Western aesthetics and art theory (b) Western phenomenological aesthetics (existential, personalist, ontological, hermeneutical, ethical) (c) Japanese philosophy of culture (The Kyoto School) (d) Dialogical philosophy of culture East/West
 
 
Education

2008: MPhil/PhD Upgrade (10th March)  in dialogical philosophy of culture East/West (2nd doctoral research) 
School of Oriental and African Studies, Faculty of Arts & Humanities, University of London, UK
1998: Ph.D. in Western philosophical aesthetics
Leeds Metropolitan University, (1st Doctorate, Full Scholarship) UK
1998: Certificate in education
Birmingham City University (UCE), UK
1994: Postgraduate Certificate in research methodology
Leeds Metropolitan University, UK
1992: M.A. (sculptural ceramics & phenomenological aesthetics)
(Art & Design Award)
University of Wales, Cardiff Institute, UK
1991: Final Study Certificate in art studies (Distinction)
School of the 'Manufacture Nationale de Sevres', Ministry of Culture, Paris, France
1987 Certificates in history of contemporary art (major); French literature; German language,
history and culture; English language. (Merits)
University of Bordeaux, Faculty of Letters, Bordeaux, France

   
Nationalities
Irish, French, British
   
Academic Experience

2007-2008: Full Professor of Philosophy of Culture, Chair of Research Development Initiatives, School of Global Studies, Tama   University, Japan
1996-2007: Director of Studies & Supervisor (M.Phil. & Ph.D.)
Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Philosophy & Aesthetics (Master Courses)
Birmingham Institute of Art & Design, Birmingham City University (UCE), UK
March-May 2006: Research Fellow, Philosophy of Culture
Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University, Japan
2004-2005 Research Fellow, Philosophy of Culture
Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University, Japan
1993-1996: Tutor in Theoretical Studies (B.A. Hons. Fine Art)
School of Art, Design & Architecture, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

   
Awards
2006: Research Grant, The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation, London, UK
2005: Research Grant, The British Academy, London, UK
2004-2005: Research Grant, International Agreement, The British Academy/Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS, Ministry of Education),
Japan
1993-1996: Doctoral Research Scholarship, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK
1993: Grant, The Sir Richard Stapley Educational Trust, London, UK
1992: Art & Design Award, University of Wales (Cardiff Institute), UK
   
Dissertations
2008:The Fundamental of Relation in Cultural Formations: From Western Ethical Phenomenology to the Ky??to School, MPhil/PhD Upgrade, Director of Studies: Dr Cosimo Zene;(Faculty of Arts & Humanities, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London,) UK, (2nd doctoral research; 28 000 words).
1998: On the Figural in Painting - From Objectifying Approach to Experiencing the Event, from Realism and Subjectivism to Hermeneutical Phenomenology. Ph.D., Director of Studies: Dr. Ian Heywood (Leeds Metropolitan University); Second Supervisor: Prof. Nicholas Davey (Department of Philosophy, University of Dundee); External Examiners: Prof. Paul Crowther, (Corpus Christi, Oxford University); Dr. Michael Phillipson, (Goldsmiths, University of London), UK, (1st doctoral research; 117 000 words): Phenomenological description of the relationships between particular interpretative theories (e.g. formalism, structuralism, psychoanalysis, historical analysis, idealist theories of the subject, poststructuralism etc.) and a single work of art (Balthus??(TM) painting The Street, 1933).
1992: A Phenomenological Perspective on the Modernist/Postmodernist Debate with Particular Reference to the Arts, M.A.; Supervisor: Mr. Noel Upfold, University of Wales, Cardiff Institute, UK, (21 000 words). The phenomenological question of ??~intentionality??(TM) in the debate between modernists (e.g. Theodor Adorno) and postmodernists (e.g. Andreas Huyssen).
   
Consultancies and External Examinations
The Japanese Society for Aesthetics, consultant for international publications (English & French), Japan, 2005-present.
Kluwer/Springer Publisher, P.O. Box 17, NL 3300 AA Dordrecht, The Netherlands, Consultant for publication on phenomenological aesthetics, 2006.
University of Seijo, Department of Aesthetics and Art History, Tokyo (Japan), Consultant for Doctoral Student Seminar Presentation on French cinema and aesthetics, 20 May 2005.
Suffolk College, B.A. Hons. History and Theory of Visual Arts, Ipswich, UK, 2003-2004, External Examiner.
The University of Wales, B.A. Hons. Art & Design, West Wales School of Art, UK, 1997-2001, External Examiner and Consultant for Course Validation.
Trinity College, B.A. Hons. Art Practice, Carmarthen, UK, 2000-2002, External Examiner.
The University of Glamorgan, B.A. Hons.Visual Arts, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, UK, 2000-2004, External Examiner and Consultant for Course Validation.
   
Memberships

Chair of Research Development Initiatives Committee, School of Global Studies, Tama University, Japan, 2008.
Academic Educational Program Development Committee, School of Global Studies, Tama University, Japan, 2008.
Students Orientation Committee, School of Global Studies, Tama University, Japan, 2007-2008.
Search Committee, School of Global Studies, Tama University, Japan, 2008.
Member of the International Association for Aesthetics, 2000-present
Member of the British Society for Phenomenology, 1998-present
Member of the Canadian Society for Aesthetics, 2002-2005.
Research Active Member of the Research Group in Fine Art, UCE, UK, 2004-2007
Research Active Member of the Research Group in Art & Design Education, UCE, UK,1997-2004
Member of the International Society for Philosophy and Literature, 2002-2005
Member of the British Society of Aesthetics, 1996-2003
Member of the American Society for Aesthetics, 1996-2000

   
Teaching
Fields
(a) Western aesthetics and art theory
(b) Western phenomenological aesthetics (existential, personalist, ontological, hermeneutical, ethical)
(c) Japanese philosophy of culture (The Kyoto School)
(d) Dialogical philosophy of culture East/West
The following are the modules that I have been offering, that I have created, and that I can offer:

Philosophy through Art Practice
(1) Trace and Temporality in the Work of Pascal Convert (reliefs, 2008)
(2) Narration, incidences, and coincidences in Babel (film, dir. Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, 2006)
(3) The Such-ness of the Uncanny in Marlene Mocquet's paintings (2007)
(4) Gazing and Being Gazed at: Martin Heidegger's Words and Deborah Baker's Photographs in Dialogue (2001)
(5) Representation and Presencing in the Still Life Today and after Aristotle (2003)
(6) Beauty or the End of Temporality in Death in Venice (film, dir. Luchino Visconti, 1971)
(7) Synaesthesia, colours, and sounds in Olivier Messiaen's Couleurs de la Cite Celeste (music, 1963)
(8) The Temporal Place of Silence in Harold Pinter's The Room (play, 1957)
(9) Sacrificing the Sacred in Exile: Ninar Esber's Video-performances (2004-2006)
(10) Performing Images in Eilean ni Chuilleanain's Poem Studying the Language (1995)

Postmodernism and Visual Culture
(1) Introduction to the postmodern: its origin, nature and limitations
(2) To destroy truth and knowledge in art practices: Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900)
(3) Technology and being in postmodern media: Martin Heidegger (1889-1976)
(4) Postmodern deconstruction of culture: Jacques Derrida (1930-2004)
(5) The postmodern sublime and the visual: Francois Lyotard (1928-1998)
(6) Postmodern philosophy of becoming and non-sense: Gilles Deleuze and painting (1925 - 1995)
(7) Postmodernity, difference, and repetition: Gilles Deleuze and cinema (1925 -1995)
(8) Deconstructing gender: Luce Irigaray, the gaze and the touch (1932- )
(9) Hyper-reality and postmodern visual culture: Jean Baudrillard (1929-2007)
(10) Postmodernity, reason and visual communication: Jurgen Habermas (1929- )

History of Western Aesthetics
(1) Classical Greece and Imitation (Plato)
(2) Theology in Medieval Art (St. Thomas Aquinas)
(3) Neo-Platonism and Renaissance Art (Ficino)
(4) Representation and Reason in the Enlightenment (Descartes)
(5) Empiricism, Taste, and Beauty (Hume)
(6) Judging Beauty and the Sublime (Kant)
(7) Historicism and Dialectics: The Evolution of Art (Hegel)
(8) German Romanticism: Art and Will-less-ness (Schopenhauer)
(9) German Romanticism: Aesthetisation and Creativity (Nietzsche)
(10) The Unconscious in Art Practice (Freud)

Western Philosophy of Art
(1) Introductory Lecture: How can philosophy teach us something about art?
(2) The standard of taste: David Hume (1711-1776)
(3) Art and judgement: Immanuel Kant (1724-1804)
(4) Art, form, and formalism: Clive Bell (1881-1964)
(5) Form and expression: Suzanne Langer (1895-1985)
(6) Marxist ways of thinking art: The Frankfurt School and others
(7) The ontological question of art between being and truth: Martin Heidegger (1889-1976)
(8) Meaning, art, and the hermeneutical question: Hans-Georg Gadamer (1900-2002)
(9) Art and experience, an embodied nature: Maurice Merleau-Ponty (1907-1961)

   
開設課程
97-1 藝術評論專題(B)97─現象學美學講座
   
   

 

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