JP Tower Museum INTERMEDIATHEQUE

Ayumi Terada

Curatorial Department

Project Associate Professor, Intermediatheque Department / Cultural Policy, Museum Studies


Research Interests
Creative use of museum collections, museums and social development, new models of university museums

Academic Education
04/2008 – 03/2011 Doctor of Cultural Policy Studies, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies.
04/2006 – 03/2008 Master of Cultural Policy Studies, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies.
04/2001 – 03/2003 Master of Arts (Cultural Resources Studies), University of Tokyo.
04/1999 – 03/2001 Bachelor of Arts (Aesthetics), University of Tokyo.
04/1995 – 03/1999 Bachelor of Arts (Philosophy), Ochanomizu University.

Scientific Career
Since 12/2016 Affiliate Associate Professor of Intermediatheque department, UMUT.
07/2011 – 12/2016 Affiliate Assistant Professor of Intermediatheque department, UMUT.
04/2009 – 03/2011 Research Fellow (DC2), Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.
10/2008 – 03/2009 Affiliate Assistant Professor of Museum Technology department, UMUT.
05/2007 – 09/2008 Affiliate Researcher of Museum Technology department, UMUT.

Selected Publications
Terada, A. (2016). Museum Playground. Play IMT 4: Playground, 15.
http://www.um.u-tokyo.ac.jp/exhibition/2016PlayIMT4web_catalog_EN.pdf
Terada, A. (ed.) (2016) Mobile Museum Boxes: The Diversity of Natural History in Mindanao. Mobile Museum Boxes Project 2015-16.
http://www.um.u-tokyo.ac.jp/mobilemuseum/philippines/MMB_Catalogue.pdf
Terada, A. (2013). Creativity in Museum Activities: the University Museum’s Role in the Establishment of a Next-Generation Museological Model. Philippine Journal of Systematic Biology 7, 86-97.
http://asbp.org.ph/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/3227-11870-1-PB.pdf
Terada, A. (2012). The Experimental Activities of the University Museum, the University of Tokyo: Focusing on the Utilization of the University Museum Collection through the Mobilemuseum Project. Proceedings of Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU) Research Symposium on University Museums: Forming a University Museum Collection Network as the Core of Frontier Research, 53-55.

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