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2008年12月1日


1.査読付国際誌論文・査読付欧文論文集寄稿論文・学位論文 (以下、最近のものより順に配列)

(1) Kenji Ito, “Possibilities of Non-Commercial Games: The Case of Amateur Role-Playing Games Designers in Japan,” in Suzanne de Castell and Jennifer Jenson, eds., Worlds in Play: International Perspectives on Digital Games Research (New York: Peter Lang, 2007), pp. 129-142.

(2) Kenji Ito, "The Geist in the Institute: Production of Quantum Theorists in Prewar Japan," in David Kaiser, ed., Pedagogy and the Practice of Science: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2005), pp. 151-184.

(3) David Kaiser, Kenji Ito, and Karl Hall "Spreading the Tools of Theory: Feynman Diagrams in the United States, Japan, and the Soviet Union," Social Studies of Science 34, 2004: 879-922.

(4) Kenji Ito, "Gender and Physics in Early 20th Century Japan: Yuasa Toshiko's Case," Historia Scientiarum 14, 2004: 118-134.

(5) Kenji Ito, Making Sense of Ryôshiron: Introduction of Quantum Physics into Japan, 1920-1940 (Ph. D. Dissertation, Harvard University, 2002).

(6) Kenji Ito, "Values of 'Pure Science': Nishina Yoshio's Wartime Discourse between Nationalism and Physics, 1940-1945," Historical Studies in Physical and Biological Sciences 33, 2002: 61-86.

(7) Yoshiyuki Kikuchi, Yasu Furukawa, and Kenji Ito, "Rudolf Clausius' Copy of Sadi Carnot's Reflexions: A New Look at Clausius' Access to Carnot's Work," Historia Scientiarum 6, 1996: 31-36.


2.査読付和文誌論文又は研究ノート及び国内論文集寄稿

(1) 伊藤憲二「『エフ氏』と『アトム』:ロボットの表象から見た科学技術観の戦前と戦後」『年報 科学・技術・社会』第12巻、2003年、39-63頁.

(2) 伊藤憲二「量子力学の思想」佐々木力他編『精密科学の思想』岩波講座現代思想第11巻、岩波書店、1995年、185−210頁.

(3) 菊池好行・古川安・伊藤憲二「東京電機大学クラーク・コレクションにおけるClausius関連新資料について」『科学史研究』第33巻、1994年、221−225頁.

3.審査付国際学会発表及び国際シンポジウム・ワークショップ招待講演

(1) Kenji Ito, “Pedagogical structure and failure of knowledge transmission: Marginalization of the history of science in Japan “ History of Science Society Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, November 2008.

(2) Kenji Ito, “Global knowledge production and local community relations: The Subaru Telescope and its social relations,” Society for Social Studies of Science/ European Association for the Study of Science and Technology Annual Meeting, Rotterdam, August 2008.

(3) Kenji Ito, “Rubber Boots and Particles: High Energy Physics, Women, and the Local Community in the Early Years of KEK (National Laboratory for High Energy Physics),” International Congress for the History of Science in East Asia, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, July 2008.

(4) Kenji Ito, “Neighbors of the accelerator: Japanese nuclear physics and local opposition to the Institute for Nuclear Study, 1954,” Séminaire d'histoire de la physique, REHSEIS, Paris, May 20, 2008.

(5) Kenji Ito, “Rubber Boots and Particles: High Energy Physics, Women, and the Local Community in the Early Years of KEK (National Laboratory for High Energy Physics in Japan,” Journées d'étude “Ecrire l'histoire des sciences contemporaines en Chine ou au Japon: questions d'historiographie,” Paris, June 11, 2008.

(6) Kenji Ito, “Local cultures and production of scientific knowledge: Cases from the history of physics in Japan” at Cultures and Styles of Scientific Practice Fondation des Treilles, Tourtour , June 17-20, 2008.

(7) Kenji Ito, “Enemies on (Almost) All Sides: Launching a Large Scale Oral History Project in a Hostile Environment,” 2007 Oral History Association Annual Meeting, Oakland, California , October, 2007.

(8) Kenji Ito, “Big History of Science”: A large scale oral history project of a big-science laboratory in Japan,” Society for Social Studies of Science Annual Meeting, Montreal, October 2007.

(9) Kenji Ito, “Rubber Boots and Particles: High Energy Physics, Women, and the Local Community in the Early Years of KEK,” Seoul National University, Seoul , October 8, 2007.

(10) Kenji Ito, “Beyond the Magic Circle: Portable Game Consoles and Real Life the Game,” Ubiquitous Media Asian Transformations, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, August 2007.

(11) Kenji Ito, “Astroboy's Birthday: Robotics and Culture in Contemporary Japanese Society,” August 7, 2007, National Taiwan University, Taipei.

(12) Kenji Ito, “Women Network at KEK: Gender, Physics, and Wives of High-Energy Physicists in Japan,” Commission “Women in Science” of the International Union of History and Philosophy of Science/Division of History of Science International Conference on Networking in Science and Technology: The Gender Perspective Ermoupolis, July 2007.

(13) Kenji Ito, “Talking about Culture is Crude: Physics and Politics of ‘Nuclear’ in Postwar Japan,” the Cultural Alchemy of the Exact Sciences: Revisiting the Forman Thesis (A Conference at the University of British Columbia, 23-25 March 2007)

(14) Kenji Ito, “When Users Become Makers: Use and Production of Industrial Robots in Japan, 1970-1990,” Institute for History, National Tsing-Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, March 14, 2007.

(15) Kenji Ito, “Possibilities of Non-Commercial Games: The Case of Amateur Role Playing Games Designers in Japan,” Department of Sociology, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, March 15, 2007.

(16) Kenji Ito, “Technology and Globalization: International Experiences and Interdisciplinary Perspectives,” Center for General Education, National Yang-Ming University, Taipei, Taiwan, March 19, 2007

(17) Kenji Ito, “Robots, War, A-Bomb: Cultural Meanings of Science and Technology in Japan,” Hiroshima Peace Institute Workshop, Hiroshima, February 2007.

(18) Kenji Ito, “Transmission of Feynman Diagrams from the United States to Japan: A Case of a Resonance of Scientific Practice,” History of Science Society Annual Meeting, Vancouver, November 2006

(19) Kenji Ito, “Tanashi Town opposes the Institute of Nuclear Study" Politics of the laboratory site and hybrid identity of nuclear physicists,” European Association of Science, Society and Technology, Lausanne, August 2006.Kenji Ito, "When Users Become Makers: Use and Production of Industrial Robots in Japan, 1970-1990," Society for the History of Technology Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, November 2005.

(20) Kenji Ito, "How Does Knowledge Travel between Cultures?: The Case of Quantum Mechanics in Japan," XII International Congress of the History of Science, July 2005 ("Young Scholar's Symposium"における講演として招待).

(21) Kenji Ito, "Possibilities of Non-Commercial Games: The Case of Amateur Role Playing Games Designers in Japan" Digital Games Research Association Meeting, Vancouver, June 2005.

(22) Kenji Ito, "Gender and physics in Japan around WWII: Toshiko Yuasa and her emigration to France," History of Science Society Annual Meeting, Austin, November 2004.

(23) Kenji Ito, Kenji Ito, "'Mr. F' and 'Astroboy': Images of Robots and Public Perceptions of Technology across WWII in Japan," Society for the History of Technology Annual Meeting, Amsterdam, October 2004.

(24) Kenji Ito, "Some Observations on Oral History in Japan," KEK-UCLA Joint Workshop on the KEK Archive, UCLA, July 2004.

(25) Kenji Ito and Daniel Plafcan, "Translating "Science Wars" in Japan: Scientists' Social Responsibility and S&TS's Institutionalization and Legitimacy" Connecting S&TS: The Academy, the Polity and the World, Cornell University, September 2003.

(26) Kenji Ito, "The Geist in the Institute: Production of Quantum Physicists in 1930s Japan," A Conversation about the Future History of East Asian Science, Technology and Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, September 2003

(27) Kenji Ito, "Rootless, Luxurious, and Miserable: the Japanese Physicist Yuasa Toshiko’s Migration to France," Workshop on Migrant Scientists in the Twentieth Century, Milan, June 2003.

(28) Kenji Ito, "De-Racialization of Science and Modernism of Japanese Young Physicists in the 1930s," Race, Science, and Culture in 20th Century East Asia and America, at MIT, April 2003.

(29) Kenji Ito, "Physics at War in Japan: Nishina Yoshio's Propaganda for "Pure Science" during World War II," History of Science Society Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, November 2002

(30) Kenji Ito, "The Geist in the Institute: Production of Quantum Theorists in Prewar Japan," Pedagogy and Science Conference ("Training Scientists, Crafting Science") at MIT, January and September 2002.

(31) Kenji Ito, "Student 'Radicals' in Science: Youth Culture and the Roots of Quantum Physics Research in Interwar Japan," The Tenth International Conference on the History of Science in East Asia, Shanghai, August 2002.

(32) Kenji Ito, "'Student 'Radicals' in Science: Youth Culture and the Roots of Quantum Physics Research in Interwar Japan," History of Science Society Annual Meeting, Denver, November 2001.

(33) Kenji Ito, "'Culture of Calculating': Theory and Practice of Theoretical Physics in 1920s Japan" History of Science Society Annual Meeting, Vancouver, November 2000.

(34) Kenji Ito, "Two Meanings of Theoretical Physics in 1920s Japan" Joint Atlantic Seminar in the History of Science, University of Pittsburgh, September 2000.

4.上記以外の研究発表 (抄)

(1) 伊藤憲二「原子核研究所と田無問題」日本科学技術社会論学会2007年度年会、東京工業大学、2007年11月10日

(2) 伊藤憲二「科学技術社会論におけるオーラルヒストリー」日本オーラルヒストリー学会2007年度年会、日本女子大学、2007年9月15日。

(3) 伊藤憲二「国境を越えた物理学者たち:戦後日本人物理学者の北米体験と科学の国際化」日本科学史学会第54回年会、2007年5月26日

(4) 伊藤憲二「科学史の方法としてのオーラルヒストリー」日本科学史学会第54回年会、2007年5月26日

(5) 伊藤憲二「ゲーム研究の方法と意義についての序説」 日本デジタルゲーム学会第1回月例研究会、東京大学、2006年6月30日。

(6) Kenji Ito, "Neighbors of the Accelerator: Japanese Nuclear Physics and Local Opposition to the Institute for Nuclear Studies, 1954," XII International Congress of the History of Science, July 2005 .

(7) 伊藤憲二「Londa Schiebinger, "Exotic Abortifacients: The Gender Politics of Plants in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World"へのコメント」ロンダ・シービンガー講演会、お茶の水大学、2004年12月.

(8) Kenji Ito, "User Creativity in Digital Content: The Case of Role-Playing Games Production in Japan," Society for Social Studies of Science Annual Meeting, Paris, September 2004.

(9) Kenji Ito, "Astro Boy's Birthday: Robotics and Culture in Contemporary Japanese Society," Society for Social Studies of Science Annual Meeting, Atlanta, October 2003.

(10) Kenji Ito, "Rebuilding House and Rebuilding Physics: Moral Origins of Nishina Yoshio's Science 'Entrepreneurship'," Society for Social Studies of Science Annual Meeting, Cambridge, Mass., November 2001.

(11) Kenji Ito, "Complementarity in the 'Far East': Philosophy of Quantum Mechanics and Japanese Intellectuals around the 1930s," The XXIst International Congress of History of Science, Mexico City, July 2001.

5.組織したシンポジウム・ワークショップ

(1) 「日本の研究所に対する社会的研究(ソーシャルスタディーズ):新しいラボラトリー・スタディーズを目指して」日本科学技術社会論学会2007年年会ワークショップ、東京工業大学、2007年11月10日

(2) 「日本科学史研究におけるオーラルヒストリー」、日本科学史学会第54回年会、京都産業大学、2007年5月27日

(3) 「我々は何をすべきか?:技術史・技術論の最近の動向と将来の展望」東京大学先端科学技術研究センター2005年7月.

(4) 「科学史家養成はいかにあるべきか:科学技術史大学院教育の現状と課題」日本科学史学会2004年度年会シンポジウム、2004年6月.

(5) "'You Youth Are Terrible People . . .': Student Culture and the Moral Economies of Modern Physics" A Session at the History of Science Society Annual Meeting, Denver, November 2001.

(6) "Redefining Physics: Science, Culture, and Politics in the 20th Century East Asia" A Session at the History of Science Society Annual Meeting, Vancouver, November 2000.

6.総合報告・紀要論文・商業誌論文・雑文・書評・その他の研究業績(抄)

(1)   Kenji Ito, Review of Dong-Won Kim, Yoshio Nishina: Father of Modern Physics in Japan (Taylor & Francis, 2007), Physics Today 61 (2008).

(2) 伊藤憲二「デジタルゲーム研究の彼方に:デジタルゲームがゲームを超えたとき、我々はどこへいくのか?」『デジタルゲーム学研究』創刊号、2007年3月、34-45頁。   

(3) Kenji Ito, Review of Danian Hu, China and Albert Einstein: The Reception of the Physicist and His Theory in China (Harvard University Press, 2005), Physics Today 59, No. 4, April 2006: 72-73.


(4) Kenji Ito, "Possibilities of Non-Commercial Games: The Case of Amateur Role Playing Games Designers in Japan," Suzanne de Castell and Jennifer Jensen, eds., Changing Views: Worlds in Play, Selected Papers of the 2005 Digital Games Research Association's Second International Conference, 2005, pp. 135-145.

(5) 伊藤憲二「アトムとゴジラ:戦後日本の科学観」『科学』75巻9号、2005年、1055−1061.

(6) 伊藤憲二・Dan Plafcan 「日本におけるサイエンス・ウォーズ」『科学』75巻9号、2005年、1084−1086.

(7) 伊藤憲二「ロンダ・シービンガー教授ランチタイムセミナー「フェミニズムは科学を変えたか?」」『 F-GENS(Frontiers of Gender Studies) ジャーナル』No. 3、 2005年、171-173頁.Kenji Ito, "Commentary,"『 F-GENS(Frontiers of Gender Studies) ジャーナル』No. 3、 2005年、219-220頁.(Londa Schiebinger, "Exotic Abortifacients: The Gender Politics of Plants in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World"への英文コメント).

(8) 伊藤憲二・中村征樹・西山崇・小林学・岡本拓司・梶雅範「シンポジウム:科学史家養成はいかにあるべきか―科学技術史大学院教育の現状と課題(2004年度年会報告)」『科学史研究』第43巻、2004年、165-179頁.

(9) 伊藤憲二「『ロボットの科学論』のために:その展望と可能性」『哲学・科学史論叢』第5号、2003年、37-61頁.

(10) Kenji Ito, Review of Shigeru Nakayama, ed., A Social History of Science and Technology in Contemporary Japan, volume 1: The Occupation Period, 1945-1952 (Melbourne: Transpacific Press, 2001), Metascience 12 (3), 2003: 418-420.

(11) 伊藤憲二「ハーバード大学における科学史の大学院プログラム」『化学史研究』第27巻、2000年、80-82頁.

(12) Kenji Ito, Review of Robert Serber, Peace and War: Reminiscences of a Life on the Frontiers of Science, with Robert P. Crease (New York: Columbia University Press, 1998), Isis 91, 2000: 808.

(13) Review of Ian Inkster and Fumihiko Satofuka, eds., Culture and Technology in Modern Japan (London: I. B. Tauris, 2000), Annals of Science 59, 2002: 441-443.

(14) Kenji Ito, Review of Tian Yu Cao, ed., Conceptual Foundations of Quantum Field Theory (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999), Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences 31, 2001: 382.

(15) 塚原東吾・篠田真理子・伊藤憲二・松村紀明・綾部広則・柿原泰・本間栄男・杉山滋郎「科学史の側面から再検討したフィリップ・フランツ・フォン・シーボルトの科学的活動---植民地科学、ベーコニアン科学、フンボルティアン科学とシーボルトの科学的活動との関係についての試論」『シーボルト記念館 鳴滝紀要』第6号、1996年、201-244頁.

(16) 古川安・菊池好行・伊藤憲二「Clausius旧蔵の物理学書についての考察―東京電機大学クラーク・コレクションにおける発見資料」『東京電機大学工学部研究報告』13号、1994年、65−75頁.

(17) Kenji Ito, Review of Mituo Taketani and Masayuki Nagasaki, Ryôshi Rikigaku no keisei to ronri, 3 vols. (Tokyo: Keisô Shobô, 1972, 1991, 1993), Historia Scientiarum 3, 1994: 235-24.

7.受賞暦
DHS Prize for Young Scholars  2005年
International Union of the History and Philosophy of Science/ Division of History of Science

8.査読活動

Historia Scientiarum, 『年報 科学・技術と社会』、 ICEE 2008, Digitel 2007, 『科学史研究』、 Digital Game Research Association
9.社会的貢献など

(1) ICCE 2008 (The 16th International Conference on Computers in Education) Program Committee (2008)
(2) 日本デジタルゲーム学会 理事(2006-2008)
(3) DIGITEL 2007 (The First IEEE International Workshop on Digital Game and Intelligent Toy Enhanced Learning) Program Committee (2007)
(4) Digital Game Research Association 2005 Annual Meeting International Advisory Board (2005)
(5) International Association for Science and Cultural Diversity Council Member (2005-Present)
(6) 日本科学史学会選挙管理委員 (1996)


10.奨学金・研究費などの獲得暦

(1) 科学研究費補助金 (基盤A)「湯川・朝永・坂田記念史料の整理および史料記述データベースの整備」、研究分担者、学術振興会、2008-2010

(2) 科学研究費補助金(基盤A)「オーラルヒストリーによる巨大科学の現代史資料システムの構築と共有化」、研究分担者、学術振興会、2007

(3) 科学研究費補助金 (若手B)「日本における初期の産業用ロボット技術開発の歴史的研究」 研究代表者、文部科学省、2005-2007.

(4) 20th Century Japan Research Award, The University of Maryland, 2004.

(5) Society for the History of Technology International Scholar, Society for the History of Technology, 2003.

(6) 二国間交流事業・アメリカ合衆国、オーストラリア及び欧州諸国との共同研究「日本の高エネルギー物理学研究の歴史資料の収集整理に関する日米共同研究」(研究協力者)、学術振興会、2004-2006.

(7) Society for the History of Technology Travel Grant, Society for the History of Technology, 2004.

(8) Reischauer Institute Supplementary Dissertation Grant, Harvard University, Edwin O. Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies, 2001-2002.

(9) History of Science Society Travel Grant, History of Science Society, 2001.

(10) Graduate Student Council Conference Grant, Harvard University, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Graduate Student Council, 2001.

(11) Reischauer Institute Graduate Summer Research Travel Grant, Harvard University, Edwin O. Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies, 2001.

(12) Reischauer Institute Graduate Summer Research Travel Grant, Harvard University, Edwin O. Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies, 2000.

(13) German Language Training Grant, Harvard University Center of European Studies. 1998.

(14) フルブライト奨学金(大学院留学プログラム)、日米教育委員会、1996-1998.

(15) 日本育英会奨学金、日本育英会、1992-1995.

11.事典の項目・翻訳など

(1) 『科学大博物館―装置・器具の歴史事典』(共訳)朝倉書店、2005年。

(2) 『クロニクル20世紀人物編』(共著)講談社、1998年.

(3) 『哲学思想事典』(共著)岩波書店、1998年.

(4) ディビッド・キャシディ『不確定性−ハイゼンベルクの科学と生涯』(共訳) 白揚社、1998年.

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