Luli van der Does

Last Updated :2021/01/05

Affiliations, Positions
The Center for Peace, Associate Professor
E-mail
lulidoeshiroshima-u.ac.jp

Basic Information

Academic Degrees

  • University of Edinburgh
  • University of Cambridge
  • University of Sheffield

Research Fields

  • Social sciences;Psychology;Social psychology

Affiliated Academic Societies

  • European Association for Japanese Studies
  • British Association for Japanese Studies
  • Memory Studies Association
  • International Committee of Memorial Museums in Remembrance of the Victims of Public Crimes

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2020, Liberal Arts Education Program1, 2Term, Memory Studies for Peace
  2. 2020, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , 4Term, Seeking Universal Peace(Higashi-Senda Campus)
  3. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, World Peace and HIROSHIMA(Kasumi Campus)
  4. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, World Peace and HIROSHIMA(Higashi-Senda Campus)
  5. 2020, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , 4Term, Seeking Universal Peace(Kasumi Campus)
  6. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Cross-disciplinary Collaboration Project
  7. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Peace and Co-existence B
  8. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 1Term, Hiroshima Peace Heritage I
  9. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 2Term, Hiroshima Peace Heritage II

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. An Empirical Study of the Atomic-bomb survivors' Trauma and the "Vehicles" for Recolletion, Hiroshima Peace Science, 41, 13-31, 2020, 3
  2. ★, Online tourist reviews and accidental conveyors of memories of the atomic bomb, Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, 18(5), 514-531, 2019 December 17
  3. An Empirical Study of the Shifts in HIROSHIMAs Identity in the Peace Declarations and Their English Translations 1947-2018, Hiroshima Peace Science, 40, 69-94, 2019
  4. What the Testimony of the ictims of 8.20 Hiroshima Sediment Disaster Reveals, Hiroshima Peace Science, 40, 95-115, 2019
  5. Analyzing the Atomic-bomb Experience and Memory for Participatory Heritage., Bilingual Proceedings of the International Symposium on The Atomic-Bombs and War Memories: Heritage of Peace in an Uncertain Age, IPSHU Research Report Series, 71-90
  6. Contested memories of the Kamikaze and the self-representations of Tokkō-tai youth in their missives home, Special issue: Excavating the Power of Memory, Japan Forum, 27(3), 345-379
  7. Can the Atomic-bomb Experiences be conveyed through “Peace tourism”?: The Case for a “Participatory Heritage” Approach, Hiroshima Peace Science, 39, 95-115, 2018
  8. Heritage of the Atomic-Bomb Experience: What needs to be conveyed?, Hiroshima Peace Science, 39, 69-93, 2018
  9. Atomic Bomb Survivors’ Views on the Possibility of the Abolition of Nuclear Weapons, Hiroshima Peace Science, 38, 57-82, 2017
  10. Hito ga sensō ni iku to iu koto – Tokkō-tai no kenkyū kara, Kyōiku to Bunka, 80, 29-39
  11. Strategies for Interpreting a Japanese Complex Sentence into English - A Linguistic Study, Interpreting Research, 8(2), 74-95
  12. Cognitive Explicitation in Simultaneous Interpreting, Anovar/Anosar Estudios de Traducción e Interpretación, 231-257
  13. An empirical study of Japanese time indicators in relation to the analysis of time in Japanese narrative, Working papers in English and Applied Linguistics, 6, 99-125
  14. English/Japanese Professional Interpretation: Its Linguistic and Conceptual Problems, Edinburgh Working Papers in Applied Linguistics, 6, 41-57

Publications such as books

  1. 2020/, /08, Disappeared Towns, Tracing Memories: Drawings and Testimonies by Shigeo Moritomi, Atomic bomb, Hiroshima, Testimony, Survivor, HIROSHIMA Fieldwork Committee, 2020, 08, Book(general), Single Translation, English, Luli van der Does, 9784600005108, 119, 119, All
  2. 2016/.5/.2, Sensō e no Shūshifu (Full Stop to War), Kamikaze no kioku ronsō to tokubetsu-kōgekitai-taiin no jikohyōgen ni miru aidentiti, Hōritsu-Bunka-sha, 2016, 5, Scholarly Book, Joint work, 日本語, 978-4-589-03759, 188, 108-143
  3. Media and Environmental Sustainability: An Empirical Study of National Media Reporting of Environmental Issues in China and Japan, Mediating Risk Communication and the Shifting Locus of Responsibility: Japanese Adaptation Policy in Response to Cross-border Atmospheric Pollution, Air Pollution, Mask, Media, Environment, East Asia, Routledge, 2017, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, van der Does, Luli; Hook, Glenn Dawson, 0415710316
  4. 2016/, /20, Excavating the Power of Memory in Japan, Contested memories of the Kamikaze and the self-representations of Tokkō-tai youth in their missives home, identity, Kamikaze Tokkō-tai, discourse, socio-cognitive representation, shisōsen, Routledge, 2016/, /20, 2016, 2018, Glenn Hook, Kerstin Lukner, Luli van der Does-Ishikawa, and Giovanni Bulian, 978-1-138-67729-6, 116, 35, 345-379

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. Migration and Songs of Hearts, van der DOES, Luli, 6th International Workshop on Music, Memory and Boundaries in East Asia - Mobility and Popular Songs in Building a New Nation”, 2019/12/17, Without Invitation, The Research Faculty of Media and Communication, Hokkaido University, Tokyo
  2. Hiroshima’s Legacy: Transition from emergency rehabilitation to sustainable revitalisation, van der DOES, Luli, 58th OSEAL Forum in Hiroshima: Praying for Peace, 2019/11/09, Without Invitation, Japanese, Lion's Club, International Conference Center Hiroshima
  3. Peace Tourism & Personal Relevance, van der DOES, Luli, CPHU International Symposium 2019: HIROSHIMA and Peace Tourism, 2019/07/20, Without Invitation, Japanese, The Center for Peace, Hiroshima University, International Conference Center Hiroshima
  4. HIROSHIMA's Identity, A Tapestry of Victims, Perpetrators, and a Symbol of World Peace, van der DOES, Luli, Seminar Crossing Borders, Pushing Boundaries: Rethinking Transnational Memories of War in Asia and the Pacific, 2019/03/27, Without Invitation, English, NIOD Institute for War-, Holocaust- and Genocide Studies, Amsterdam
  5. 平和都市アイデンティティの力, van der DOES, Luli, Open Public Seminar "Five Selected Topics on the Power of Resilience: Learning from the Atomic Bomb Experience", 2019/03/02, Without Invitation, Japanese, The Center foe Peace, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
  6. Sing to counter the crisis: Japan’s State-endorsed Children’s Songs and the Power of Mobilisation, van der DOES, Luli, Crisis? What Crisis? Continuity, and Change in Japan, 2018/09/05, Without Invitation, English, British Association for Japanese Studies, Sheffield, UK
  7. Methodological Considerations, van der DOES, Luli, 4th Workshop on Songs and Memory, 2018/08/11, Without Invitation, English, International House
  8. Online Tourist Reviews and Les Lieux de Mémoire, van der DOES, Luli, The Cold War Lndscape and Peace in the Northeast Asia - Jeju Island Peace Forum, 2018/07/11, Without Invitation, English, Jeju Island
  9. 原爆体験と「こころ」の軌跡を伝えるために, van der DOES, Luli, Open Public Seminar: "What is an atomic bomb damage? What will “Hiroshima” inherit?”, Open Public Seminar: "What is an atomic bomb damage? What will “Hiroshima” inherit?”, 2018/03/10, Without Invitation, Japanese, The Center for Peace, Hiroshima University and Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
  10. 参加型継承:原爆体験と平和観光の接点, van der DOES, Luli, 平和観光研究の可能性, 2017/12/11, Without Invitation, Japanese, Research Faculty of Media and Communication, Hokkaido University, Hokkaido
  11. Exploiting Empowerment: Gendered songs of wartime Korea and Japan 1910-1945, Kim, S. and van der DOSE, Luli, Gendeered Histories of Korea and Japan, 2017/09/22, Without Invitation, English, University of Tuebingen
  12. Analysing the Atomic-bomb Experience and Memory for Participatory Heritage, van der DOES, Luli, Institute for Peace Science, Hiroshima University- 1st International symposium 2017 “The Atomic Bombs and War Memories: Heritage of Peace in an Uncertain Age”, 2017/08/02, Without Invitation, Japanese, Institute for Peace Science, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima University, Higashi-Senda Campus
  13. Spirited Away? Representations of Women’s Work and Leadership Roles in Studio Ghibli Animations, Griffin, Martyn, van der DOES, Luli. and Matanle, P, Challenging Gendered Media Mis(s)Representations of Women Professionals & Leaders, ESRC Funded Seminar Series 2014-2017, End of Seminar Series Conference, 2017/06/15, Without Invitation, English, Goodenough College, London
  14. The Kamikazes’ Thought War and Negotiating Identities during the Reconstruction of Asia 1945-1965, van der DOES, Luli, 2nd International Workshop, The Reconstruction of East Asia: 1945-65, 2016/12/09, Without Invitation, English, University of Cambridge, University of Cambridge
  15. Dugons, US Bases and Risky Relocation in Okinawa: The Role of the Media, van der Does, L. and Hook, G.D, 2016/09/15, Without Invitation, English, University of Tasmania, University of Tasmania
  16. An Identity to Die For? The Kamikazes’ "self" in the making, van der DOES, Luli, Joint East Asian Studies Conference, 2016/09/07, Without Invitation, English, the School of African and Oriental Studies, University of London, University of London
  17. Cross-border Atmospheric Pollution and Media Power: Why wear a facial mask?, van der DOES, Luli, Special Lecture, Tandem-Language Learning Project, 2016/06/28, Without Invitation, Japanese, Research Faculty of Media and Communication, Hokkaido University, Hokkaido University
  18. Eyeing the Kamikaze Identity: Viewpoints in Selective Memorialisation, van der DOES, Luli, International workshop on War Memories and Reconciliation, 2016/06/27, Without Invitation, Japanese, the Research Faculty of Media and Communication, Hokkaido University, Hokkaido University
  19. Culturally-convinving Japanese academic presentations using social media, McAuley, T.E. and van der DOES, Luli, the Japan Foundation / BAJS Post-Graduate Workshop, 2016/01/17, Without Invitation, English, the Japan Foundation
  20. Shifting Shades of Imperial Ideology in Japanese Children's Official Songbooks, 1881-1945, van der DOES, Luli, the Workshop on Childhood, Education, and Youth in Pre-1945 Japan – and Beyond, 2015/11/23, Without Invitation, English, the University of Manchester, the University of Manchester
  21. Cross-border Air Pollution and the Media: Channeling Risks into Responsible Actions, Hook, Glenn.D. and van der DOES, Luli, the Workshop on Media Discourses on Climate Change in Asia Pacific: Focus on China and Japan, 2015/03/12, Without Invitation, Japanese, the National Institute of Japanese Studies, University of Sheffield, part of the White Rose East Asia Centre, a collaboration with the University of Leeds with support from the Toshiba International Foundation (TIFO), Tokyo
  22. An interdisciplinary analytical framework for climate change, van der DOES, Luli, the Workshop on Environment and Media, 2014/12/22, Without Invitation, English, the Department of Asian Studies, School of Social Sciences, University of Western Australia, University of Western Australia
  23. Contested memories of the Kamikaze, their last letters home, and children’s songs, van der DOES, Luli, the Annual meeting of the European Research Network funded by Arts & Humanities Research Council, Memory in East Asia: Ruptured Pasts, Contested Present, Uncertain Futures, 2014/04/24, Without Invitation, English, White Rose East Asia Centre, White Rose East Asia Centre
  24. A Socio-linguistic Analysis of Official Japanese Children’s Songbooks, 1881-1945: Establishing an imperial ideology through the manipulation of language, van der DOES, Luli, Special Lecture, 2014/01/21, Without Invitation, English, the Centro de Estudios de Asia Oriental, Universidad Autónoma, Madrid
  25. Doing Presentation in Japanese, McAuley, T.E. and van der DOES, Luli, the Japan Foundation / BAJS Post-Graduate Workshop, 2012/01/17, Without Invitation, English, he Japan Foundation, he Japan Foundation

External Funds

Acceptance Results of Competitive Funds

  1. 2020
  2. 2019, 2020
  3. 2019, 2022
  4. KAKENHI(Grant-in-Aid for Research Activity Start-up), 2019, 2020

Social Activities

History as Committee Members

  1. Member of the Hiroshima Peace Tourism Advisory Committee, 2020/04, 2023/03, Hiroshima Peace Tourism Advisory Committee
  2. Member of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum Advisory Committee, 2020/04, 2023/03, Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation