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職稱:
Prof. Dr. Gerald Cipriani,
CertEd, PgCRM, MA, PhD


Nationalities:        Irish, French, British


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

2008             Upgrade MPhil/PhD (10th March 2008)          School of Oriental and African
2006-present     Doctoral studies in dialogical philosophy    Studies, Faculty of Arts &
                                          nd
                 of culture East/West (2 Doctorate)           Humanities, University of
                                                              London, UK
1998            Ph.D. in Western aesthetics & art theory   Leeds Metropolitan University,
                  st
                (1 Doctorate, Full Scholarship)            UK
1998            Certificate in education                   Birmingham City University
                                                           (UCE), UK
1994            Postgraduate Certificate                   Leeds Metropolitan University,
                in research methodology                    UK
1992            M.A. in sculptural ceramics & critical     University of Wales, Cardiff
                aesthetics (Art & Design Award)            Institute, UK
1991            Final Study Certificate (Distinction)      School of the ‘Manufacture
                                                           Nationale de Sèvres’, Ministry
                                                           of Culture, Paris, France
1987            Certificates in history of contemporary    University of Bordeaux, France
                art (major); French literature; German
                language, history and culture; English
                language (Merits)


Memberships:

Chair of Research Development Initiatives Committee, School of Global Studies, Tama
University, Japan, 2008-present.
Academic Educational Program Development Committee, School of Global Studies, Tama
University, Japan, 2008-present.
Students Orientation Committee, School of Global Studies, Tama University, Japan, 2007.
Search Committee, School of Global Studies, Tama University, Japan, 2007.


International Editorial Committee Member of Bigaku and Aesthetics, both journals of the
Japanese Society for Aesthetics, 2005-present.
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 ResearchGroup 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


Publications:
Creation of a new multilingual journal of philosophy of art & culture (English, French and
German): The Journal of Phenomenological Aesthetics, in collaboration with Prof. Arto
Haapala (University of Helsinki, Finland). Several publishers are showing a strong interest
and are currently considering it, amongst which Edinburgh University Press and the
University of Leuven Press (Belgium). The members of the Editorial Board include: Andrew
Benjamin; Rudolph Bernet; Norman Bryson; Clive Cazeaux; Edward S. Casey; Simon
Critchley; Tony O’Connor; Paul Crowther; Françoise Dastur ; Nicholas Davey; Éliane
Escoubas; Ian Heywood; Richard Kearney; Ken’ichi Iwaki; Danielle Lories; Joseph Margolis;
Maryvonne Saison ; John Sallis; Richard Shusterman; Hugh Silverman; Jacques Taminiaux ;
Bernhard Waldenfels ... .


2008 – ‘Dialogical Philosophy’ in What is Comparative Philosophy?, ed. M. Ovens.,
Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishers (forthcoming)
2008 - ‘Being Global and Unavailability: Lessons from Ethical Phenomenology’, ‘The
Chiasmic Nature of Research in Art: Theory soku (即) Making’, ‘Merleau-Ponty’s Eye on Art
within Nothingness’, ‘Art without Place and Today’s Techno-thought after Heidegger’,
‘Buddhist Ethical Self-Awakening and Christian Kenotic Thought: State of Affairs in Nascent
Global Culture’, & ‘The Art of Education beyond Self-expression and Imitation’, in Taiwan in
the Thread of Asia Studies, ed. J.J. Gong, Tainan national University of the Art, Tainan,
Taiwan. (forthcoming).
2008 – ‘Une Réflexion Dialogique entre Nishida Kitarô et Gabriel Marcel’, in Enjeux de la
philosophie japonaise du XXe siècle, ed. J. Tremblay, Montréal: Presses de l'Université de
Montréal, Canada. (forthcoming)
2008 – ‘Merleau-Ponty, Cézanne, and the Basho of the Visible’, in Merleau-Ponty and
Buddhism, ed. G. Kopf, Lanham, Lexington Press, USA. (forthcoming)
2007 - ‘Cultural Experience as Concrete Self-awakening’, in JTLA, Vol. 31, Journal of the
Faculty of Letters, The University of Tokyo, Japan, pp. 55-68
2007 - ‘Cultural Experience after Metaphysics: On the Thoughts of Nishida Kitarô’,
Proceedings of Metaphysics 2006: Third World Conference, Rome, Italy, 6-9 July.
2007 - ‘Hope and Despair in Postmodernity’, in the Proceedings of the 21st World Congress of
Philosophy, Istanbul, Turkey, Vol. 7, Philosophy of Culture(s), ed. V. Cauchy, Ankara:
Philosophical Society of Turkey, pp. 15-19.
2006 – Research Report to The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation, Title: The Experience of
Meaning along Nishida Kitarô’s Five Axes: Place, Dialectics, Negation, Self-awakening and
Love; Host: Prof. Yasuhiko Sugimura, Department of Philosophy of Religion, Faculty of
Letters, Kyoto University, Faculty of Letters, Yoshida, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto-shi 606-8501, Japan,
23rd March-1st May.
2006 – ‘Education as Mutual Formation in Self-expression’, Proceedings of the 13th
Conference of Korean-Japanese Aesthetic Studies Society, International Conference of
Aesthetics in East Asia, Art Education and Human Cultivation, Yeungnam University,
Gyongsan, Korea, 05-10 August 2005.
2006 - with Keating, Monica, “On British Visual Education”, trans. in Japanese by T.
Sugiyama, in Bijutsu Forum 21, (美術フォ―ラム 21) Vol. 13, Kyoto: Kyoto University,
Japan, pp.113-116.
2006 - ‘The Integrity of the Person at the Age of Virtual Productivity’, International Congress
of Philosophy, ‘Person and Society’, Catholic University of Portugal, Braga, 17-19 November
2005, forthcoming conference proceedings.
2006 – Entry and abstract in Volume 40 (1) of The Philosopher's Index, (Ed. Richard H.
Lineback), The Ohio State University Libraries, Columbus, USA.
2005 - Research Report to The British Academy, Title: Beyond Modern Metaphysics and
Postmodern Relativism: The Experience of Meaning in the Philosophies of Nishida Kitar      and
Gabriel Marcel (Part 2); Prof. Ken’ichi Iwaki, Director of the Kyôto Museum of Modern Art,
Guest Professor, Department of Aesthetics & Art History; Kyôto University, Graduate School
of Letters, Yoshida, Sakyo-ku, Kyôto 606-8501, Japan, 5th February-31st August.
2005 - Research Report to The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (Ministry of
Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology), Title: Beyond Modern Metaphysics and
Postmodern Relativism: The Experience of Meaning in the Philosophies of Nishida Kitar      and
Gabriel Marcel (Part 1); Host: Prof. Ken’ichi Iwaki, Director of the Kyôto Museum of
Modern Art, Guest Professor, Department of Aesthetics & Art History; Kyôto University,
Graduate School of Letters, Yoshida, Sakyo-ku, Kyôto 606-8501, Japan, 5th October 2004-4th
February 2005.
2005 – ‘Du Sens de l’Herméneutique’, in Les Cahiers de Tunisie, Revue de Sciences
Humaines, Ed. Taoufik Cherif, Université de Tunis, Tunisia, Tome LVIII, No. 193-194, 2e et
3e Trimestres, pp. 49-72.
2005 – ‘Ethics, Art and the Formation of Meaning: From Ontology to Muology’, in
International Yearbook of Aesthetics, ed. A. Haapala, International Association for Aesthetics,
Vol. 9, pp. 19-38.
2005 - “Toward an Ethical Hermeneutics for Art and its Theories”, in ΦΙΛΟΣΟΦΙΑ
(Philosophia), Yearbook of the Research Centre for Greek Philosophy at the Academy of
Athens, No 35, Athens, Greece, pp. 22-30.
2005 - “Western Culture and the Possibility of a Responsible Humanism,” translated in
Chinese in Beauty and the Way of Modern Life, Wuhan: Wuhan University Press, China, pp.
333-340.
2005 - ‘Art and the Paths of Interpretation’ in Art in the Making -Aesthetics, Historicity and
Practice. (Ed. Kirsten Mey) Peter Lang AG, Bern: Europäischer Wissenschaftverlag,
Switzerland, pp. 141-160.
2005 - ‘Beyond the Institutional Site and the Ethos of the Void: The Relevance of Gabriel
Marcel’s Creative Fidelity’, in the Journal of Visual Art Practice, Vol. 4, Nos 2 & 3, Ed. C.
Smith, Bristol: Intellect, United Kingdom, pp. 167-175.
2005 - ‘After the Crisis of Truths in Art, The Way to Wisdom’, in the Proceedings of the 16th
International Congress of Aesthetics, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, (forthcoming).
2004 - “From Goshu’s Disgust to an Aesthetics of Hope and Availability”, in JTLA, Vol. 29,
Journal of the Faculty of Letters, The University of Tokyo, Japan, pp. 41-47
2004 - ‘The Calm Movement of Phúsis Revealed – Representation and Presencing in the Still
Life’, in Seijo Journal of Aesthetics and Art History - Bigaku Bijyutushi Ronsyuu, Seijo
University, Tokyo, Japan, Vol. 16, pp. 13-34.
2004 - 'The Art of Renewal and Consideration: Marcelian Reflections', in Revista Portuguesa
de Filosofia, ed. J. J. Vila-Chã, Universidade Católica de Braga, Portugal, Tomo 60, Fasc. 1,
pp. 167-175.
2003 - ‘Noetic Validity in Aesthetic Interpretation’, in Quest: An African Journal of
Philosophy, Vol. XVII, No. 1-2, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, pp.
91-106.
2003 - ‘El Significado en la Forma’, in Diálogo Filosófico, trans. L. Rodríguez Duplá, No.56,
ed. Maria Jesus Ferrero, Madrid, Spain, pp. 229-246.
2003 - ‘Philosophy between Image and Text: Reflections in Parallel to the Work of
Photographer Deborah Baker’ in the The Great Book of Aesthetics - Proceedings of the XVth
International Congress of Aesthetics, The University of Tokyo, Japan, CD ROM.
2002 - ‘The Deconstructed Deconstructing Subject: Postmodern Ethos or Incarnate Fidelity?’,
in Synthesis Philosophica, International Edition of Filozofska Istrazivanja, Vol. 17, fasc. 2,
University of Zagreb, Croatia, pp. 317-325.
2002 - ‘The Moment of Meaningful Form in Art: Expression or Presentation?’, in Revue
Roumaine de Philosophie, T. 46, Nos 1-2, Académie Roumaine, Bucharest, Romania, pp.
237-244.
2001 - Three entries and abstracts in the cumulative Volume 34 of The Philosopher's Index,
(Ed. Richard H. Lineback), The Ohio State University Libraries, Columbus, USA. p. 547.
2001 - Reflections on the Nature of the Figural in Art’, in Philosophical Review, ed. Yih-jing
Lin, No 24, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, pp. 279-301.
2001 - Forward of catalogue for exhibition by artist Audrey Searle Complicity and Simplexity,
Queen’s Hall, Narberth, UK, June.
2001 - Book review, ‘But Is It Art?’ by Cynthia Freeland, OUP, International Journal of Art
& Design Education, Vol. 20, No.2, pp. 244-246.
2000 - ‘Art, Space and Time’ in Disciplines, Fields and Change in Art Education, Vol. 2,
ARTicle Press, UCE Birmingham, UK, pp. 11-26.
2000 - ‘Art, Space and Time’ in Disciplines, Fields and Change in Art Education, Volume 2,
Aesthetics and Art Histories, (Eds. Jacquie and John Swift) ARTicle Press, UK, pp. 11-26.
2000 - ‘Art, Theory and Experience’ in Philosophical Enquiry: International Quaterly (Ed. D.
Z. Andriopoulos), Vol XXII, No 4, Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki, Greece, pp. 53-70.
2000 - Three entries with abstracts in the 4th Quarter Quarterly Edition of The Philosopher's
Index, (Ed. Richard H. Lineback), Issue 34:4, The Ohio State University Libraries, Columbus,
USA, p. 153.
2000 - ‘Hermeneutics and Art’ in Philosophical Enquiry: International Quaterly, (Ed. D. Z.
Andriopoulos), Vol XXI, No 1-2, Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki, Greece, pp. 85-101.
1999 - ‘Meaning in Form’ in Ideas y Valores: Revista Colombiana de Filosofía, No 111,
Universidad Nacional Bogotá, Colombia, pp. 3-18.
1995 - Entry in Artistes de la Gironde, Dictionnaire des Peintres et Sculpteurs, Bordeaux:
Regards, France, p. 58.
1985-88 Articles in French newspapers: Sud-Ouest (Sept. 1985 & Oct. 1987); Le Républicain
(Nov. 1988).

								
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