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Fukuoka Mariko

フクオカ マリコ | Fukuoka Mariko
Affiliation and department:
Job title: 准教授
Research field  (2): History - Japan ,  History - General
Research keywords  (13): Townsend Harris ,  the Dutch-Japanese Relations ,  German East-Asian Relations ,  Siber & Brennwald ,  The Boshin War of 1868 ,  Nationality ,  Sequence of Commercial Treaties ,  Japan, East Asia, Global History ,  History of International Relations ,  Diplomatic History ,  Nineteenth Century ,  Max von Brandt ,  Prussian East-Asian Expedition
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (9):
  • 2020 - 2024 Toward the Reconstruction of the History of Japan's 'Opening' : Investigation of the International Rivalries over the 'Form of the Opening'
  • 2020 - 2024 Toward the Completion of the Political and Diplomatic History of the Meiji Period: International Relations of Far East and the Changing Power Balance of Satsuma and Choshu
  • 2019 - 2022 Comprehensive Research on the Direct Retainers of the Tokugawa Shogunate: Focusing on Documents of the Family of the Confucian Scholar Sugihara
  • 2016 - 2022 Insights into Japan-related Overseas Artifacts and Documents from 19th-century Europe, Research and Use: Developing the Foundation for International Collaboration in Transmitting Japanese Culture
  • 2018 - 2021 Reconsidering the Historical Image of Modern Japan from the Perspectives of Education, Culture and Religion
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Papers (15):
  • Mariko Fukuoka, Kaori Hidaka, Kazuto Sawada. Smithsonian kenkyu kiko shozo no bakumatsu nihon kankei kolekushon: Perry, Harris, Kenbei Shisetsudan (Japanese Collection from the Late Edo Period in the Smithsonian Institution: Perry, Harris, The First Japanese Mission to the U.S.A.). Kokuritsu Rekishi Minzoku Hakubutsukan Kenkyu Hokoku (Bulletin of the National Museum of Japanese History). 2021. 228. 101-165
  • Mariko Fukuoka. German Merchants in the Indian Ocean World: From Early Modern Paralysis to Modern Animation. Early Global Interconnectivity across the Indian Ocean World, Vol.I: Commercial Structures and Exchanges. 2019
  • Mariko Fukuoka. Introduction to "Overview and Remarks on von Siebold's Japanese Museum: Original, Transcription, and Japanese Translation. National Museum of Japanese History (ed): Overview and Remarks on von Siebold's Japanese Museum: Original, Transcription, and Japanese Translation. 2018. 7-30
  • Mariko Fukuoka. Boshin War as Seen from a German Diplomat: Speculations of Max von Brandt on the Ezo Island and the Outcome of the Japanese Civil War. Nakura, Tetsuzo; Hoya, Toru; Hakoishi, Hiroshi (eds): New Perspectives on the Boshin War, vol.1: World and Politics. 2018. 61-81
  • Mariko Fukuoka. Prussia or North Germany?: The Image of “Germany” during the Prusso-Japanese Treaty Negotiations in 1860-1861. Sven Saaler, Kudō Akira, Tajima Nobuo (eds.), Mutual Perceptions and Images in Japanese German Relations, 1860-2010. Brill's Japanese Studies Library Nr.59. 2017. 65-88
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MISC (19):
  • Mariko Fukuoka. Harisu no Sugao: Tainichi Kosho wo Seiko saseta Beikoku Gaikokan no Nigai Taiken (An Another Portrait of Townsend Harris: Hardships faced by the US Diplomat who Succeeded in Opening Japan). REKIHAKU. 2021. 2. 30-36
  • Kaori Hidaka, Mariko Fukuoka. Shiboruto fushi to hyaku goju nen mae no Nihon (Father & Sons of the Siebolds and Japan of 150 Years Ago). REKIHAKU. 2020. 1. 44-49
  • Mariko Fukuoka. The German Diplomat Max von Brandt and the Boshin War, Japanese Civil War of 1868. The Promise of Japan-related German Archival Documents (Bimonthly Magazine “REKIHAKU” Nr.209). 2018. 7-10
  • Mariko Fukuoka. Book Review: "Kaikoku-ki Tokugawa Bakufu no Seiji to Gaiko" (The Tokugawa Politics and Diplomacy in the Era of the Opening of Japan) by Atsushi Goto. Journal of the Historical Science Society of Japan. 2017. 965. 26-29
  • Mariko Fukuoka. Nineteenth Century East Asia in Comparative Light of Japan, China, and Siam: A New Horizon of the International Relations surrounding the Opening of Japan. Cross-cultural Contacts in East Asia: Reviewed from a Comparative Perspective (Bimonthly Magazine “REKIHAKU” No. 203). 2017. 2-5
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Books (2):
  • Overview and Remarks on von Siebold's Japanese Museum: Original, Transcription, and Japanese Translation
    Publication by the National Museum of Japanese History; Printing by Kobunsya Printing Co., Ltd. 2018
  • The Prussian East-Asian Expedition and the Japanese Diplomacy in the Late Edo Era
    University of Tokyo Press 2013 ISBN:4130262343
Lectures and oral presentations  (40):
  • The Shogunal Presents to the U.S. President (1860)
    (Online Seminar of the Maison franco-japonaise "Rediscovery of the Japanese Art Collection of the Château de Fontainebleau: Presents of the Tokugawa Shogunate to the French Emperor" 2021)
  • “Japan”, which the First Japanese Mission to the U.S.A. of 1860 wished to display
    (Online International Symposium ”Exhibiting ‘Japan’ Overseas: Overseas Contexts and Japan’s Contexts” 2021)
  • Jugaku sha Sugihara Heisuke Kankei Shiryo no Gaiko Kankei Monjo no Haikei ni tsuite
    (Online Workshop of Rekihaku's Collaborative Research Project "Comprehensive Research on the Direct Retainers of the Tokugawa Shogunate: Focusing on Documents of the Family of the Confucian Scholar Sugihara" 2021)
  • Bakumatsu-Meiji shoki Nihon no Chiri Joho wo meguru Manabi no Sogo sayo (Interactive Learning of Japanese Geography in the Meiji Restoration Period)
    (Workshop of Rekihaku's Collaborative Research Project "Reconsidering the Historical Image of Modern Japan from the Perspectives of Education, Culture and Religion" 2020)
  • Bakumatsu-ishinki ni okeru Nichidoku kankeishi (gaikoshi) kenkyu no genzai to kadai (German-Japanese Diplomatic Relations in Meiji Restoration Period (1850s-60s) : Retrospect and Prospect
    (Symposium of the Early Modern History Division: Results and Unexplored Issues of the Study of Diplomatic History of the Meiji Restauration Period 2020)
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Works (2):
  • Revisiting Siebold's Japan Museum
    Project Member of the, Special Exhibition 2016 - 2016
  • Special Exhibition "Was Deutschland und Japan Verbindet: 150 Jahre Freundschaft zwischen Deutschland und Japan"
    Project Member of the, Special Exhibition 2015 - 2015
Education (6):
  • 2005 - 2011 University of Tokyo Doctoral Course of Language and Information Sciences
  • 2003 - 2005 University of Tokyo Master's Course of Language and Information Sciences
  • 2000 - 2003 University of Tokyo Department of Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies
  • 2001 - 2002 University of Munich AIKOM Exchange Student from the University of Tokyo
  • 1998 - 2000 University of Tokyo
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Professional career (1):
  • Ph.D. (University of Tokyo)
Work history (7):
  • 2014/04 - 現在 Museum of Japanese History History Division Associate Professor
  • 2018/06 - 2018/12 City College of New York Division of Archives and Special Collections, Morris R. Cohen Library Visiting Researcher
  • 2016/04 - 2018/03 University of Tokyo College of Arts and Sciences Part-time lecturer
  • 2015/09 - 2018/03 Rikkyo University College of Law and Politics Part-Time Lecturer
  • 2011/04 - 2014/03 The University of Tokyo Historiographical Institute
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Awards (2):
  • 2014/06 - Japanische Gesellschaft für Deutschstudien Prize for Promotion of German Studies in Japan
  • 2012/03 - University of Tokyo Press The University of Tokyo Nambara Shigeru Publication Prize The Prussian East-Asian Expedition and the Japanese Diplomacy in Late Edo Era (Ph.D. Thesis of the University of Tokyo)
Association Membership(s) (4):
Historical Society of the Meiji Restoration ,  Japanische Gesellschaft fuer Deutschstudien ,  The Society for the History of Western Learning in Japan ,  SHIGAKUKAI(The Historical Society of Japan)
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