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TSUNODA Nao

Faculty
Department of Business Administration
PositionAssociate Professor
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Researcher Profile and Settings

Education

  •   2004 04  - 2011 03 , Ochanomizu University, Graduate School of Humanities and Sciences, Division of Comparative Studies of Societies and Cultures, Doctor Course
  •   2007 10  - 2009 06 , Université Paris 1 (Panthéon-Sorbonne), UFR09 (Histoire), Histoire économique, Master 2
  •   2002 04  - 2004 03 , the University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, Division of European and American Studies (Occidental History), Master Course
  •   2000 04  - 2002 03 , the University of Tokyo, Faculty of Letters, Division of History (Occidental History)
  •   1998 04  - 2000 03 , the University of Tokyo, College of Arts and Sciences, Junior Division of Humanities and Social Sciences III

Degree

  • PhD, Occidental History
  • Master 2, Histoire économique

Association Memberships

  • THE HISTORICAL SOCEITY OF JAPAN
  • Societe franco-japonaise des Sciences historigue
  • Society of Urban & Territorial History
  • THE COSTUME AND TEXTILE SOCIETY,JAPAN
  • LCCG: Linking Cloth-Clothing Globally

Academic & Professional Experience

  •   2017 04  - 現在, Toyo University, Faculty of Business Administration, Associate Professor
  •   2016 09  - 2017 03 , Kyoritsu Women's University, Part-time Lecturer
  •   2016 04  - 2017 03 , Hosei University, Institute of Comparative Economic Studies, Research Fellow
  •   2014 09  - 2015 03 , Rikkyo University, Faculty of Letters, Part-time Lecturer
  •   2014 04  - 2016 09 , Tokyo Metropolitan University, Faculty of Urban Liberal Arts, Part-time Lecturer
  •   2013 09  - 2017 03 , Rissho University, Faculty of Letters, Part-time Lecturer
  •   2013 04  - 2016 03 , Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Research Fellow (PD)
  •   2013 04  - 2015 03 , Ochanomizu University, Faculty of Human Life and Environmental Sciences, Part-time Lecturer
  •   2011 10  - 2013 03 , Ochanomizu University, Graduate School of Humanities and Sciences, Researcher
  •   2011 10  - 2012 03 , Tokyo International University, Faculty of Economics, Part-time Lecturer
  •   2011 04  - 2012 03 , Ochanomizu University, Faculty of Human Life and Environmental Sciences, Junior Researcher
  •   2010 04  - 2014 03 , Toyo Gakuen University, Part-time Lecturer
  •   2006 04  - 2007 09 , Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Research Fellow (DC2)
  •   2005 04  - 2006 03 , Ochanomizu University, Faculty of Human Life and Environmental Sciences, Academic Assistant
  •   2004 05  - 2005 02 , Ochanomizu University, Graduate School of Humanities and Sciences, Teaching Assistant

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • History, History of Europe and America, Urban History
  • History, History of Europe and America, French History
  • Human life science, Clothing life/Dwelling life, History of Clothing
  • Management, Management
  • Economics, Economic history, History of Commerce

Research Interests

    History of Clothing, History of Commerce, Urban History, History of Business Administration, European and American History, Fashion, Mode, Paris, Luxury, Retailing, 18th Century, 19th Century

Published Papers

  • Proto-History of Fashion Industry in Paris, the Fashion Capital, Nao TSUNODA, Fashion Talks..., (3) 12 - 20, 06
  • Articles and Work Orders Recorded in the Fashion Merchants' Account Books in 18th-Century Paris, Nao TSUNODA, Costume and textile : journal of costume and textile, Costume and textile : journal of costume and textile, 12, (1) 13 - 19
  • Clothing Retailers' Business Activities in Paris in the Late 18th Century, Nao TSUNODA, 史潮, 0, (新70) 4 - 22, 11
  • Clothing Retail and Fashion Merchants in Paris from the Late 18th Century to the Early 19th Century, Nao TSUNODA, Doctor's Thesis, Ochanomizu University, 03
  • Système des Corps et Communautés et marchands de modes dans le commerce de détail vestimentaire à Paris au XVIIIe siècle, Nao TSUNODA, Journal of the Graduate School of Humanities and Sciences, 人間文化創成科学論叢, 12, 1 - 9, 03
  • Commerces de détail vestimentaires à Paris au XVIIIe siècle : les marchands de modes et le sens de leur existence, Nao TSUNODA, Mémoire de Master 2, Université Paris 1 UFR 09 Histoire Économique, 06
  • Contemporary Views on the Fashion Merchants in the 18th Century Paris, Nao TSUNODA, Journal of the Graduate School of Humanities and Sciences, 人間文化論叢, 7, 81 - 89, 03

Books etc

  • An Invitation to the History of French Mode
    Yoshiko TOKUI, Mie ASAKURA, Lina UCHIMURA, Nao TSUNODA, Iho NIIMI, Midori HARAGUCHI
    Joint WorkYushokan  2016 04
  • Histoire moderne et contemporaine de la France: pour les arts libéraux
    Yoshihiko SUGIMOTO, Koji TAKENAKA
    ContributorChapître 5 : La France, le pays de la modeMinerva Shobo  2015 06
  • The Fashion Business: Theory, Culture and Practice
    Rina UCHIMURA
    ContributorChapter 9: History of Fashion Industry and GlobalizationHokuju Shuppan  2014 10
  • Commerces de détail vestimentaires et les marchands de modes à Paris, 1760-1830
    Nao TSUNODA
    Single WorkYushokan  2013 02

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Pourquoi Paris ?, Nao TSUNODA, Toyo University Open Lecture: Extension Lecture A,   2017 10 23 , Center for Social Contribution
  • What Was Lace? Roles of Laces in Versailles and Paris in the 17-19th Centuries, Nao TSUNODA, Popularizing Fabrics and Clothing: Reconstructing What Was What of Fabrics and Dress 1600-1930,   2017 06 10 , Linking Cloth-Clothing Globally
  • Production and Retailing of "Modes" and Creation of "Mode":Fashion Industry and Department Stores in Paris in the 18-19th Centuries, Nao TSUNODA, Mediators of Fashion Industry in 20th Century Japan,   2016 06 05 , Linking Cloth-Clothing Globally / Organization and Utilization of Modern Printed Textile Research Materials through the Method of Digital Archiving
  • Pourquoi Paris ?, Nao TSUNODA, Think of Fashion,   2015 10 31 , 招待有り, Fashion Studies (fashionstudies.org)
  • System of Creating Fashion: Parisian Fashion Industry in the 18th and 19th Centuries, Nao TSUNODA, Symposium "Linking Cloth-Clothing Globally: 18-20th Century Mapping",   2015 08 01 , Linking Cloth-Clothing Globally
  • Production and Distribution Businesses of Clothing in Paris and Fashion Diffusion Systems, Nao TSUNODA, Between Fashion and the Individual: Contemporary Muslim Women's Veiling,   2014 10 25 , Global History Collaborative / Linking Cloth-Clothing Globally
  • The Clothing Production and Distribution Structure in Paris at the Turn of the 18th-19th Centuries: Custom-Made, Secondhand, and Ready-Made, Nao TSUNODA,   2014 06 01 , Rikkyo University, In Old-Regime Paris, the production and retailing of everyday commodities were controlled by the guild system. Because of the segmentation of clothing production and distribution guilds, consumers had no option other than expensive custom-made clothes or unfashionable secondhand ones. Though the tailors’ guilds generally sold the latter in pre-modern Europe, in Paris, a guild of secondhand-clothes merchants, fripiers, had existed independently since the 13th century. In 1776, however, Parisian guilds were reorganized after the dismissal of Controller-General of Finances Turgot and the revocation of his reforms, which had included the abolition of guilds. The reorganization of the guilds resulted in the integration of the guilds of tailors and fripiers, which in turn led to the possibility of Parisian tailors retailing ready-made clothes, as well as the creation of a new guild of fashion merchants, marchands de modes, who began to sell ready-made clothes. During the French Revolution, le Chapelier law eventually abolished the guild system, and by the 1820s, the production and retailing of ready-made clothes had become established in Paris. In this session, we will consider the clothing production and distribution structure in Paris during this transitional period according to the categorization of clothes: custom-made, secondhand, and ready-made.
  • Research Possibilities Enhanced by Shared Databases: Data Samples of Parisian Clothing Retailers in the 18th-19th Centuries, Nao TSUNODA, International Conference "What Was Shared and What Was Circulated? Towards Global History of Consumption, Secondhand Circulations and Adaptations",   2013 11 24 , Study Group "Eurasia in the Modern Period:Towards a New World History" (Masashi Haneda)
  • Clothing Retailing and Secondhand Clothing in 18th-and 19th-Century Paris, Nao TSUNODA, Worlds Unfolded: Fashion and Secondhand Clothing Circulation in the Past and Present,   2013 02 27 , Study Group "Eurasia in the Modern Period:Towards a New World History" (Masashi Haneda)
  • Clothing Retail and Fashion Merchants in Paris from the Late 18th Century to the Early 19th Century, Nao TSUNODA, The 109th Annual Meeting of the Historical Society of Japan,   2011 11 06 , Shigakukai (The Historical Society of Japan)
  • Clothing Distribution and the Guild System in the 18th-Century Paris, Nao TSUNODA, The 103rd Annual Meeting of the Historical Society of Japan,   2005 11 13 , Shigakukai (The Historical Society of Japan)

Research Grants & Projects

  • Global History around Price-Declining of Threads, Cloths and Clothing in the 18-20th Centuries, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), Miki SUGIURA
  • Development of Retailing and Fashion Industry in France in the 18-19th Centuries, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grant-in-Aid for JSPS Fellows, Nao TSUNODA
  • Commerces de détail vestimentaires et les marchands de modes à Paris, 1760-1830, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grant-in-Aid for Publication of Scientific Research Results, Nao TSUNODA
  • Social and Cultural Studies for Formulation of the Imitation Theory in Fashion, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C), Yoshiko TOKUI
  • Le commerce du luxe à Paris au XVIIIe siècle, Gouvernement français, Bourse du gouvernement français, Nao TSUNODA
  • Production, Distribution and Consumption of Clothing in 18th-Century Paris, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grant-in-Aid for JSPS Fellows, Nao TSUNODA