TINELLO MARCO

Qualifica Cultore della materia
E-mail marco.tinello@unive.it
955866@stud.unive.it
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Struttura Dipartimento di Studi Linguistici e Culturali Comparati
Sito web struttura: http://www.unive.it/dslcc
Sede: Ca' Bembo

TINELLO Marco  ティネッロ・マルコ

ACADEMIC POSITION:

1)Cultore della Materia (S.S.D. SPS/14 - History and Institutions of Asia), Department of Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies, Ca’ Foscari University in Venice

2)Hosei International Funding Fellowship (法政大学HIF招聘研究員)(2016-2017)

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:

·Member, Executive Board, Okinawa Bunka Kyōkai-Tokyo Branch Office

·Home scholar, Okinawa bunka kenkyūjo (Institute of Okinawan Studies) - Hōsei University

·Visiting researcher, Institute of Asian Studies-Organizzation for Regional and Inter-regional Studies, Waseda University 

PREVIOUS POSITIONS:

·JSPS Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science (2014-2016)

·Visiting researcher, Waseda daigaku Ryūkyū-Okinawa Kenkyūjo- (The Institute for Ryukyuan and Okinawan Studies in Waseda University: 2006-2016)

·Visiting researcher, Okinawa bunka kenkyūjo (Institute of Okinawan Studies- Hōsei University; 2004-2015)

EDUCATION:

·2014, Ph.D. in Oriental Studies, Doctoral School of Languages, Cultures, Societies (East Asia curriculum), 26th cycle, Department of Asian and North African Studies, Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Major: Japanese History. Dissertation: The termination of the Ryukyuan embassies to Edo: An investigation of the bakumatsu period through the lens of a tripartite power relationship and its world (defended on March 21, 2014). Advisors: Prof. Rosa Caroli and Prof. Gregory Smits.

·2010, Ph.D. Credits Completion in Letters, Arts and Sciences (Major: Japanese History), Waseda University Tokyo, Advisor: Prof. Kamiya Nobuyuki.

·2007, Master of Philosophy (Research division: Politics, Specialization: Politics, International Japan-Studies Institute) Hosei University Tokyo. Dissertation: Ryūkyū shisetsu no Edo nobori: Taikun gaikō ni okeru Edonobori to Chōsen tsūshinshi (The Ryukyuan missions to Edo: the Ryukyuan and Korean missions to Edo in the context of the taikun diplomacy), Advisor: Prof. Iida Taizo

·2003, BA in Oriental Languages and Civilizations (Japanese), Ca' Foscari University Venice. Dissertation: Alla ricerca dell'identita' ryukyuana tra modelli di emulazione ed esperimenti di autonomia. [Investigating Ryukyuan identity between models of emulation and experiments of autonomy]. Advisor: Prof. Rosa Caroli, Final grade: 110/110 summa cum laude.

MEMBERSHIP:

·Aistugia - Associazione Italiana di Studi Giapponesi (Italian Association for Japanese Studies)

·EAJS - European Association for Japanese Studies

·Okinawa Bunka Kyōkai (The Association for Okinawan Culture)

·Kokusai Ryūkyū-Okinawa Gakkai (International Association or Ryukyuan and Okinawan Studies, IAROS)

·Nihon Rekishi Gakkai (The Association of Japanese History)

·Ryūkyū daigaku shi gakkai (The Historical Society of Ryukyu)

SCHOLARSHIP AND AWARDS:

▪ 2004-2005. Research Student with a Grant of the Japanese MEXT (Monbukagakushō) at Hōsei University Tokyo.

▪ 2005-2007. Master course in Politics (Specialization: Politics, International Japan-Studies Institute) with a Grant of the Japanese MEXT (Monbukagakushō) at Hōsei University Tokyo.

▪ 2007-2010. PhD course in Letters, Arts and Sciences (Specialization: Japanese History) with a Grant of the Japanese MEXT (Monbukagakushō) at Waseda University Tokyo.

▪ 2010. Italian Association for Japanese Studies “Mario Scalise Grant” for young researches (2009: Bicocca University Milan XXXIII Conference Proceedings Best Paper).

2010-2013. Italian MIUR (Ministry of Education, University and Research)’s scholarship as a PhD student enrolled at Ca’ Foscari Venice.

▪ 2014-2016. Japan Society for the Promotion of Science-JSPS Post-doctoral “International Research Fellow.”

▪ 2015. 第1回ヨーゼフ・クライナー博士記念、法政大学国際日本学賞 (1st Professor Josef Kreiner Hosei University Award for International Japanese Studies).

▪ 2016-2017. Hosei International Fund Foreign Scholars Fellowhisp. 

 ▪ 2016.  38回沖縄文化協会賞比嘉春潮賞 (The 38th Okinawa Bunka Kyōkai prize (Higa Shunchō award) for research on Ryukyuan history (The Ryukyuan embassies to Japan and the "Ryukyu shobun").

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

· "The Annexation of Ryukyu to Japan through the lens of the Ryukyuan International Treaties, 2nd EAJS Conference Japan, Kobe daigaku (September 2016).

· "Ryūkyū ni taisuru bakufu no kanshin no fukamari" (The bakusu's increasing interest toward Ryukyu),  The Okinawa Bunka Kyōkai Annual Conference 2016, Meio daigaku (June 2015).

· "Ryūkyū koku wo meguru Soejima gaimukyō to chūnichi Bei-Futsu kōshi no kōshō: Ryū-Bei shūkōjōyaku wo chūshin ni" (The negotiations between Foreign Minister Soejima and the Tokyo-based American and French Ministers: focusing of the Ryukyuan-American Treaty of Amity), The Okinawa Bunka Kyōkai Annual Conference 2015, Okinawa Kokusai daigaku (June 2015). 

· “An Investigation of the Bakumatsu Period through a Micro-analytical Approach: the Ryukyuan Embassies to Edo after the Arrival of Westerners to Japan,” Italian School of East Asian Studies Manabu Workshop 2014, Experiments of Microhistory: Microanalysis and Historical-Religious Studies on East Asia, Italian Cultural Institute, Tokyo (September 2014).

· "Kinsei kara kindai he no katoki ni oite kawatteiku Nihon gaikō no seikaku: Ryūkyū shisetsu no Edo sanpu wo chūshin ni" (The changing nature of Japanese diplomacy from early modern to modern eras: focusing on the visit to Edo of the Ryukyuan missions), The Okinawa Bunka Annual Conference 2014, The University of the Ryukyus (July 2014).

· "Senhappyakurokujū nen no Ryūkyū shisetsu haken no enki ni kansuru kōsatsu" (Consideration on the 1860 Ryukyuan embassy's postponement), Fukki 40 nen kinen kokusai shinpojiumu: kore made no Okinawa gaku, kore kara no Okinawa gaku, Waseda daigaku, March 2012.

· Senhappyakugojūhachi nen no Ryūkyū shisetsu haken no enki ni kansuru Satsumahan/bakufu/Ryūkyū no shisei" (The stances adopted by Satsuma, the bakufu, and Ryukyu with regard to the 1858 Ryukyuan embassy's postponement), The Okinawa Bunka Kyōkai Annual Conference 2011, Wadesa daigaku, (November 2011). 

· “Sul rinvio della missione ryukyuana del 1858” (On the postponement of the Ryukyuan embassy of 1858), XXXV Convegno Aistugia (XXXV Congress of the Italian Association for Japanese Studies), Bologna University (September 2011).

· "Shūkōjōyaku ni taisuru Ryūkyūkoku no taiou" (The Response of the Ryukyu kingdom to the Treaties of Amity), The Okinawa Bunka Kyōkai Annual Conference 2010, Okinawa Kenritsu Geijutsu daigaku, July 2010. 

· "Dōkō jūhachi nen 'O tegata utsushi' kara Tenpō jūsan nen no Ryūkyū shisetsu no keigashi junbi wo miru" (The preparations of the  Ryukyuan congratulatory mission planned for the 13th year of the Tenpō era seen from the 'O tegata utsushi' of the 18th year of the Dōkō era), Yaemaya Kenkyūkai (Yaeyama Studies Association) Tokyo (March 2010).

·  “Il Gaikantorai jiken (1844-46): francesi e inglesi nelle Ryūkyū dopo la Guerra dell’Oppio” (Gaikantorai jiken: France and England in the Ryūkyū afte the Opium War), XXXIII Convegno Aistugia (XXXIII Congress of the Italian Association for Japanese Studies), Bicocca University Milan (September 2009).

·  "Taikun gaikō ni okeru Ryūkyū shisetsu no Edonobori to Chōsen tsūshinshi (The Ryukyuan embassies of Edo nobori and the Korean missions of communication in the context of the taikun diplomacy), 5th International Conference on Okinawa Studies "Imagined Okinawa: challenger from Time and Space", Ca' Foscari University of Venice (September 2006).

INVITED Lectures

“Nihon, Eikoku, Beikoku, Futsukoku no gaikō monjo kara miru senhappyakunanajūni nen no Ryūkyū heigō” (The 1872 Ryukyuan annexation seen from the Japanese, British, American, and French diplomatic documents), The 167th Conference of the East Asian Modern History Association, Komazawa daigaku (December 2016).

· "Guranto no chōtei no saikōsatsu" (A reexamination of Grant's mediation role), The 38th Okinawa Bunka Kyōkai prize (Higa Shunchō award) for research on Okinawan history, Award Ceremony, Okinawa Kokusai daigaku (November 2016).  

· "Ryūkyū's annexation to Japan seen from a global perspective", Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science, Science Dialogue Project, Okinawa Prefecture Kyūyō Kōtō Gakkō (July 2016). 

 "Kokusaitekina shiten kara miru "Ryūkyū shobun" (The investigation  of the 'Ryūkyū shobun' from an international viewpoint), Hikaku Bunka ron,  Hōsei daigaku (July 2016).

· “An Investigation of the Edo-Meiji Transition through the lens of the Ryukyuan Embassies to Japan” 19回国際総合日本学ネットワークセミナーThe 19thGJS Seminar, Tokyo daigaku Tōyō Bunka Kenkyūjo (April 2016).

· "Ryūkyū shisetsu no Edo sanpu kara miru bakumakki Nihon gaikō no henka: KInsei kara kindai he" (The changing nature of Japanese diplomacy seen from the visits to Edo of the Ryukyuan embassies: focusing on the transition from early to modern eras), 1st Professor Kreiner Hosei University Award for International Japanese Studies, Award Ceremony, Hōsei daigaku (December 2015).

· "1878 nen no Tokyo taizai Ryūkyūjin no seigansho ni taisuru Bei-Futsu kōshi no taiou (The response of the American and French Ministers to the 1878 Tokyo-based Ryukyuans' petition), Symposium: 'Ryūkyū shobun' and Okinawa no aidenteitei, The University of the Ryukyus (November 2015).  

· "Taikun gaikō ni okeru Ryūkyū shisetsu no Edo sanpu" (The visit to Edo of the Ryukyuan missions in the context of the taikun diplomacy), 2014 International Academic seminar, Japanese studies in the era of globalization, Tōkai daigaku (August 2014). 

 

 

  

      

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