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OBANA Takashi

Profile

Year of Birth 1978
Place of Birth Wakayama
Title Senior Assistant Professor
Belong to Dept. of Communications
Languages and Cultures (graduate school)
Graduated Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University
Degree Ph.D(Ritsumeikan University)
Academic Institutional Membership The Musicological Society of Japan
Digital Games Research Association Japan
Field of Study Musicology Game studies New media studies, Popular culture
Research, Studies Game Audio Studies, Ludomusicology

Books Published, Translation

OBANA Takashi, UEMURA Masayuki,'Study of Video Game as Play: The Visualization and Archiving of“Game Play”', in Digital Humanities Research and Web Technology, INABA Mitsuyuki (ed.), Nakanishiya Publishing, Mar. 2012, pp.236-255.

OBANA Takashi, UEMURA Masayuki,'The Creation of Reserch Infrastructure for game Status Building online database of user's guides provided with video game software', in Digital Humanities Research and Web Technology, INABA Mitsuyuki (ed.), Nakanishiya Publishing, Mar. 2012, pp.256-273.

Lectures, Symposium, Presentation

OBANA Takashi 'Game audio revolution theory : Early research on the history of video game audio in Japan', Japan Game Study Conference 2013, Ritsumeikan University, Mar, 2013.

Ohno.S., Obana.T., Inaba.M.,Nakamura.A., and Hosoi.K., 'Developing Video Game Archives as an e-Research Platform for Game Studies', International Conference of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities 2010, pp.597-606, Taiwan University, Nov, 2010.

OBANA Takashi UEMURA Masayuki NAKAMURA Akinori "New Perspectives on the Use of Game Play Data Archives" Southwest Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Association 31st Annual Conference, Albuquerque Hyatt, February 10, 2010.

OBANA Takashi "Film music and Orientalism", The 5th Conference of the Asian Society of Arts, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, August 27, 2007.

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