Associate Professor

  • Department of Intercultural Studies
  • Graduate School of Cultural Policy and Management
E-mail c-miya@suac.ac.jp
Research Keywords:
History of Travel and Medicine, Silkroad Tourism
Degrees Doctor of Arts, Nagoya University (2005)
Master of Arts, Nagoya University (1999)
Bachelor of Arts, Nagoya University (1997)
Selected Professional Experiences Lecturer, Department of Japanese Studies, Keimyung University, Korea (2005-2007)
Research Fellow, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (2008-2014)
Designated Assistant Professor, Institute of International Education & Exchange, Nagoya University (2015-2019)
Researcher, Slavic-Euroasian Center in Hokkaido University (2020-2022)
Research Fields History, Tourism Studies, Travel Medicine 
Major Publications
  •  (Ed.) Meditsina i Inperiya: otkrytye porty, vooruzhennye sily i blagotvoritel'nost' v 19 - nachale 20 v. [Medicine and Empire: Treaty Ports, Troops and Charities in the 19th and early 20th centuries]. Moscow-St.Petersburg: Tsentr gmanitarnykh initsiatsiv. 2018. (in Russian)
  • "From “Maraz” in Central Asia to “Syphilis” in the Russian Empire: The Control of Endemic Diseases and the Development of Statistics, Topography and Ethnography in the Second Half of the 19th Century." Roshiashi kenkyu [Journal of Japanese society for the Study of Russian History]. 106. pp.104-131. 2021. (in Japanese)
  • "Yasushi Inoue's Travel around Central Asia (1965) and Inbound Tourism in the Soviet Union: Between Japanese Intellectuals' Dream for the "Sai-iki" and Socialist Propaganda." Nippon Kokusai Kanko Gakkai Ronbunsyu [Journal of Japan Foundation for International Tourism]. 28. pp.121-132. 2021. (in Japanese)
  • Kyodo Ishiki to Jender:Nagasaki no Taigan "Inasa" no Rekisi-teki Kukan-ka to "Inasa Oei"  [Local Consciousness and Jender: the Transfiguration of Inasa, the Opposite Shore of City Nagasaki, to the Historical Space and "Oei from Inasa". in HAGA Syoji ed. Kindai Nippon no Rekishi Ishiki [The historical consciousness in Modern Japan]. Tokyo:Yoshikawa Kobun Kan. pp. 76-104. 2018. (in Japanese)
  • "The "Medical Landscape" of Nagasaki at the End of the Edo Period as Depicted by a Russian Naval Surgeon as the "Ruination of the Nation" and the Image of "Ailing Japan." Rekishigaku Kenkyu [Journal of Historical Studies]. 882. pp.26-37, 64. 2011. (in Japanese)
Academic Organizations The Historical Science Society Japan
Japan Foundation for International Tourism