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Mikiko Hirayama, Ph.D

Associate Professor and Director of Asian Studies

Education/Credentials

  • Ph.D.: University of Pittsburgh
  • Master of Arts: International Christian University Graduate School
  • Bachelor of Arts: International Christian University

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Peer Reviewed Publications

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Invited Presentations

Mikiko Hirayama (BAD DATE) Imperial Portrait Photography of Meiji Japan: 1873-1912” Cincinnati Art Museum,

Mikiko Hirayama (BAD DATE) docent training lecture on Japanese art collection, Cincinnati Art Museum,

Mikiko Hirayama (BAD DATE) August 10, 2005: “Aesthetics of Japanese Festival Coats (gallery talk for Happi and Hanten Exhibition)” Cincinnati Art Museum,

Mikiko Hirayama (BAD DATE) “The Japanese Woodblock Print Collection at the Ball State University Gallery” Ball State University Gallery, Muncie, IN

Mikiko Hirayama (BAD DATE) “Snow, Moon, and Flower: Aesthetics of Modern Japanese Prints” University of Mary Washington Gallery, Fredericksburg, VA

Mikiko Hirayama (BAD DATE) “Painting’s Evil Twin (?): Illuminations on Early Japanese Photography,” Third Thursday Lecture Series, Sainsbury Institute, Norwich, UK

Mikiko Hirayama (BAD DATE) “History of Meiji Painting,” course for a museum diploma in Asian art: The Classical and Decorative Arts of Japan and Korea" British Museum, London, UK

Mikiko Hirayama (BAD DATE) “Emperor’s New Clothes: Imperial Portraits and Modern Japanese Visuality" The Ohio State University,

Mikiko Hirayama (BAD DATE) “Emperor’s New Clothes" , Earlham College, Richmond, IN

Mikiko Hirayama (BAD DATE) Gallery talks for the exhibition, “Urban Metamorphosis: One Hundred Views of New Tokyo” Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA