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Sugimoto Campus

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art, socially engaed art, New York, city

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  • American Sociological Association

  • International Sociological Association

  • The Japan Sociological Society

  • Japan Association for Urban Sociology

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  • Osaka City University   Graduate School of Literature and Human Sciences   Human Behavioral Sciences Course   Associate Professor  

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  • 2013.04

    Kindai University  

  • 2012.04

    Columbia University in the City of New York   Department of Sociology   Visiting Scholar

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    Tohoku University  Graduate School, Division of Letters 

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    Tohoku University   Faculty of Literature  


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  • 応答する「移動と場所」 : 21世紀の社会を読み解く

    伊豫谷 登士翁, Morris-Suzuki Tessa, 吉原 直樹, 飯笹 佐代子, 伊藤 美登里, 辛島 理人, 笹島 秀晃, 高野 麻子, 高橋 雅也, 武内 進一, 松本 行真, 望月 美希, 山岡 健次郎, 山脇 千賀子 (Part: Single Work )

    ハーベスト社  2019


  • フローと再帰性の社会学

    笹島秀晃 (Part: Single Work )

    晃洋書房  2018.04

  • 交響する空間と場所I;開かれた都市空間

    笹島秀晃 (Part: Single Work )

    法政大学出版局  2015.02

  • 安心・安全コミュニティの存立基盤

    笹島秀晃 (Part: Single Work )

    御茶の水書房  2013.02

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  • 1940-70年ニューヨーク・アート業界のネットワーク分析


    日本社会学会・第92回大会  2019.10 

  • 1940-80年代のニューヨークにおけるアートワールドの展開:芸術家のオーラルヒストリーからみえる意味世界


    都市社会学会  2018.09 

  • Stats' Interventions and the Transformation of Urban Art Worlds


    International Sociological Association  2018.07 

  • アートプロジェクトを参与観察する


    Breaker project連続トーク「社会とかかわるアートを考える」  2018.03 

  • 20世紀前半の日本における都市富裕層の芸術に対するフィランソロピーの理念と実践


    第68回関西社会学会  2017.05 

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  • Institutional Changes of Arts in the New York City from the 1920 to 1970s

    Project/Area Number : 15K17187  Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists(B) Representative

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    I examined institutional changes of arts in the New York City from the 1920s to 1970s, through analyzing archival materials in Archive of American Arts. Especially, I identified the expansion of art worlds in the New York City, which is caused by the emergence of global arts markets and agglomeration of activities of buying and selling art works in New York City.
    The expansion of art worlds has not necessarily been created by post-industrialization processes of economy or municipal government policies, which have argued in existing studies. But also internal transformation processes of art worlds are quite important. My research also has examined the expansion of art worlds increased artists and alternative spaces that had various values and aesthetics and then contributed to diversify New York's art worlds.

  • urban segregation and perception of poverty

    Project/Area Number : 25380687  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(C) Representative

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    Partaker : Sasajima Hideaki, Akaeda Naoki

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    Analyses were conducted of an segregation index and an gentrification index in Osaka. Also, interview surveys were conducted in affluent districts, and the characteristics of each district were analyzed. In addition, using the results of questionnaire surveys conducted in selected districts where gentrification is occurring, we clarified the characteristics of ongoing changes and how residents’ social consciousness differed from district to district.
    Data, particularly on average citizens, in Paris, Sao Paulo and Osaka were used to develop common analytical indices, and we are now proceeding with an analysis. In terms of identifying how urban polices vary according to welfare regimes, a limited or insufficient number of the urban districts have been studied. However, an important result of this work has been the development of a more refined analytical framework based on comparisons of regimes that reflect social ties.

  • Historical research of the urban restructuring in New York City in the 1970s: From the standpoint of urban "aesthetics"

    Project/Area Number : 23830055  Grant-in-Aid for Research Activity start-up Representative

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    This research project was planned to explore an artist-led gentrification in SoHo in New York City in the 1970s, from the standpoint of urban spatial “aesthetics.” In order to figure out the gentrification processes closely, I utilized archival ma