STAFF
Who Work for the Institute
 

Staff

About Us The Institute for Mediterranean Studies, at Waseda University, was established for the purpose of studying various civilisations from antiquity to modern times that have flourished in the Mediterranean area - an area that covers the southern part of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. The primary targets of our research projects include history, philosophy, religion, literature, art, music and science in the ancient Graeco-Roman world, during the Byzantine period, the Renaissance as well as in modern times.
Location School of Letters, Arts and Sciences, Waseda University
Director

Tokuya MIYAGHI
Professor (Greek and Latin Literature), School of Letters, Arts and Sciences, Waseda University

Regular Staff

Minoru MARUNO
Professor (Greek Philosophy), School of Letters, Arts and Sciences, Waseda University


Takashi MORIHARA
Professor (French History), School of Letters, Arts and Sciences, Waseda University


Noriyuki SAKAI
Professor (Renaissance Philosophy), School of Letters, Arts and Sciences, Waseda University


Tomoyuki MASUDA
Professor (Byzantine Art History), School of Letters, Arts and Sciences, Waseda University

Works (non-Japanese)
Illustrations of Codex 587 in Dionysiou Monastery on Mount Athos, Contribution for the Study of the Byzantine Lectionaries (in Greek), diss., Thessaloniki University, 1990
"Picturization of John 1:1-18 in Byzantine Manuscript Illustration", AESTHETICS 6, The Japanese Society for Aesthetics, 1994
"Greek Inscriptions in the Oludeniz-Gemiler Ada Bay Area", The Survey of Early Byzantine Sites in Oludeniz Area (Lycia, Turkey). The First Preliminary Report, ed. by Sh. Tsuji, The Bulletin of the Faculty of Letters, Osaka University, 35, 1995
"Monuments on Gemiler Ada and Karacaoren Ada", The Survey of Early Byzantine Sites in Oludeniz Area (Lycia, Turkey). The First Preliminary Report, ed. by Sh. Tsuji, The Bulletin of the Faculty of Letters, Osaka University, 35, 1995
"A Lectionary of the Emperor Andronicus II Palaiologus", Byzantium. Identity, Image, Influence. Abstracts. XIX International Congress of Byzantine Studies, Copenhagen, 1996
Research Fellows

George MOUSOURAKIS
Associate Professor at Niigata University, Senior Lecturer at the University of Auckland (European Legal History)


Chieko SHINOZUKA
Professor (Greek Art), Tohoku University of Art and Design


Ken'ichi NEJIME
Professor (Renaissance History), Gakushuin Women's College


Toshibumi MATSUBARA
Greek and Roman History



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