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Pellecchia Diego

ペレッキア ディエゴ | Pellecchia Diego
Affiliation and department:
Job title: 准教授
Other affiliations (1):
  • KCJS Kyoto Consortium for Japanese Studies  非常勤講師
Homepage URL  (2): https://diegopellecchia.com/https://jparc.online/nogaku
Research field  (2): Aesthetics and art studies ,  Cultural anthropology and folklore
Research keywords  (4): Cognition ,  Aesthetics ,  Theatre studies ,  Noh theatre
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (5):
  • 2016 - 2020 Research for the creation of new international approaches to noh studies
  • 2019 - Nōgaku and digital humanities
  • 2014 - Archiving and Utilization of Japanese Performing Arts Materials on GloPAD and JPARC
  • 2012 - 2013 Those who love Noh: an enquiry into the world of Noh amateurs
  • 2011 - 2011 Doctoral thesis fieldwork
Papers (14):
  • PELLECCHIA Diego. Time in Noh Theatre Performance and Training. Time and Performer Training. 2019
  • PELLECCHIA Diego. Review: Emmert, Richard. 'The Guide to Noh of the National Noh Theatre : Play Summaries of the Traditional Repertory' vol.1~6. Noh and Kyogen. 2018. 16
  • PELLECCHIA Diego. Noh Creativity? The Role of Amateurs in Japanese Noh Theatre. Contemporary Theatre Review. 2017. 27. 1. 34-45
  • PELLECCHIA Diego. Noh and European Practitioners. A History of Japanese Theatre. 2016
  • PELLECCHIA Diego. Noh at the Venice Biennale 1957. A History of Japanese Theatre. 2016
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MISC (4):
  • Diego Pellecchia. Noh theatre shining in the dark. Noh (Kyoto Kanze Noh Theatre). 2020
  • Diego Pellecchia. Introduction to nō. The Noh Performers' Association website. 2020
  • Diego Pellecchia. Nō masks. The Noh Performer's Association website. 2020
  • Diego Pellecchia. Noh masks. Noh as Intermedia website. 2020
Lectures and oral presentations  (28):
  • Noh Amateurs: Practice and Practitioners
    ((Re)Envisioning Contemporary Japanese Traditional Performing Arts through the Non-Professional 2020)
  • Rethinking about the allure of nōgaku: looking at traditional Japanese performing arts from an international perspective
    (2020)
  • Archiving and Utilization of Japanese Performing Arts Materials on JPARC (Japanese Performing Arts Research Consortium)
    (Digital Archive Research Center for Japanese Cultural Resources - Research Results Presentation 2019 2020)
  • Introduction to the Noh play "Takasago"
    (The 20th Seiran Noh 2019)
  • Noh theatre across boundaries: thoughts on genre, tradition, and ownership
    (The Past Is Not Dead 2019)
more...
Education (2):
  • 2007 - 2011 Royal Holloway, University of London PhD
  • 1999 - 2006 Universita' degli Studi di Verona Lingua e Letteratura Inglese
Professional career (1):
  • PhD (Royal Holloway, University of London)
Work history (5):
  • 2017/04 - 現在 Kyoto Sangyo University Faculty of Cultural Studies Associate Professor
  • 2016/01 - 現在 KCJS(Kyoto Consortium for Japanese Studies) Lecturer
  • 2014/04 - 2017/03 Konan University Faculty of Literature Visiting Lecturer
  • 2016/04 - 2016/08 Ryūkoku University International Center Visiting Lecturer
  • 2009/01 - 2012/04 Royal Holloway University of London Lecturer
Awards (1):
  • 2013 - IFTR New Scholars’ Prize
Association Membership(s) (8):
EAJS European Association for Japanese Studies ,  IFTR International Federation for Theatre Research ,  The Association for Noh and Kyogen Studies ,  AAS Association for Asian Studies ,  AAP Association for Asian Performance ,  ISEAS Scuola Italiana di Studi sull'Asia Orientale ,  芸能史研究会 ,  JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR THEATRE RESEARCH
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