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J-GLOBAL ID:201701015620971632   Update date: Jan. 16, 2020

OHASHI Satomi

オオハシ サトミ | OHASHI Satomi
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Specially Appointed Associate Professor
Research field  (1): History of Europe and America
Research keywords  (4): Western history ,  early modern and modern ,  social economy and culture ,  auction
Papers (7):
  • Understanding `things' in Eighteenth-Century Consumer Society in Britain: Auctions' roles. 2020. 未定-未定
  • Satomi Ohashi. The General Hall in London (est. 1788) : Cotton traders in Britain and their perspectives at the end of the 1780s. Shi'en. 2018. 78. 1. 53-76
  • Satomi Ohashi. The Consuming Culture in England in the 18th Century and Public Auctions in the Local Community. History of Consumer Culture: Objects, Desire and Sociability (Conference Proceedings). 2018
  • 大橋里見. Passing on One’s Taste in Life: The Roles and Effects of General Auctions in Spreading Noble Lifestyle in England in the Eighteenth Century. Moving Around: People, Things and Practices in Consumer Culture. 2015. 103-110
  • Richard Bonney, 'Britain without Empire: a Crisis of identity?'. 2014. 3. 27-37
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Books (1):
  • Auctions, Agents and Dealers: The Mechanisms of the Art Market, 1660-1830
    Archaeopress (Oxford) 2007 ISBN:978-1-903767-09-2
Lectures and oral presentations  (5):
  • Saction A Auction and Economics: Auction duty acts: the institutionalisation of auctions in late eighteenth-century Britain
    (Agents, Auctions and Dealers: The Mechanisms of the Art Market, 1660-1830 2003)
  • Auctioneers are everywhere: Auctioneer’s place in Eighteenth Century Britain
    (History of consumer culture 2012 Conference 2012)
  • (ポスター・セッション)ロンドン・ジェネラル・ホールの設立:1780年代末イギリス綿織物産業と「マーケティング戦略」
    (第64回日本西洋史学会 2014)
  • Passing on One's Taste in Life: The Roles of Auctions in Spreding the Lifestyle in England in teh Eighteenth Century
    (History of consumer culture 2014 Conference 2014)
  • The Consuming Culture in England in the 18th Century and Public Auctions in the Local Community
    (History of consumer culture 2017 Conference 2017)
Education (3):
  • 1987 - 1991 Rikkyo University Faculty of Literature
  • 1992 - 1994 University of Sussex Art History British Art and Theory
  • 1994 - 1996 Rikkyo University Graduate School, Division of Letters
Professional career (1):
  • Master of Arts (University of Sussex)
Work history (1):
  • 2017/04/01 - 現在 RIKKYO UNIVERSITY Specially Appointed Associate Professor
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