FLORES URUSHIMA Andrea


Nom : FLORES URUSHIMA
Prénom : Andrea
Titre ou fonction : Professeur adjointe, Université de Kyôto
Université et laboratoire de rattachement : Centre d’études régionales et de l’Asie du Sud-Est, Université de Kyôto
Discipline(s) : Urbanisme, planification urbaine, architecture


Doctorat : oui

HDR : non

Adresse professionnelle : CSEAS, Kyoto University
E-mail : andurush@cseas.kyoto-u.ac.jp

Thématiques et périodes des principaux travaux de recherche : 
1. Histoire et théories de l’urbanisme au Japon
2. Histoire de la planification urbaine au Japon

3. Histoire et théories comparées de l’urbanisme et des villes


Langues pratiquées et niveau :
Portugais, espagnol, anglais, japonais, français (lu, écrit, parlé).


BIBLIOGRAPHIE COMPLÈTE

  1. Ouvrages :
  2. FLORES URUSHIMA et. al.Environmental Design 3rd prize: Project of settlement for Landless Workers Movement in SOOK, Lee Yeun (ed.) Awarded design portfolio for the New Millennium Environment. Seoul: Institute of Millennium Environmental Design Research, 2001, pp. 22-25.

    A. FLORES URUSHIMA « Building for the encampments of MST », in S. FUNO (ed.),Sekai Jûkyoshi [Houses across the world]. Kyôto: Shôwado, 2005, pp. 338-339

    A. FLORES URUSHIMA « The Expo 70 as a debate for the creation of democratic cities », in Ekistics: the problems and science of human settlements (Globalization and local identity). Greece: The Athens Technological Organization, Vol. 73, 2005, pp. 301-310

    A. FLORES URUSHIMA « Genesis and culmination of Uzô Nishiyama proposal of a model core of a future city for the Expo 70 Site (1960-1973) », inPlanning Perspectives vol. 22, Londres: E. & F.N. Spon, 2007, pp. 391-416

    A. FLORES URUSHIMA « Trends Towards Urbanization in Asia and Oceania. Sidebar: Jakarta (Batavia) », in A. J. ANDREA (ed.), World History Encyclopedia 18/ 19 (Era 8: [1900-1945] Crisis and Achievement). Santa Barbara, Cal.: ABC-CLIO, 2010.

  3. FLORES URUSHIMA «The 1970 Osaka Expo: Local Planners, National Planning Processes and Mega Events». Planning Perspectives 26, 2011, pp. 635-647

 

  1. FLORES URUSHIMA «A arquitetura moderna latino-americana pelo olhar Japonês», in Maria Irene Szmrecsanyi (ed.), Desígnio – Revista de História da Arquitetura e do Urbanismo, Vol. 11/12, 2011, pp.89-96

 

  1. FLORES URUSHIMA «Réévaluation des modes de vie rural et citadin face à la dégradation de l’environnement : un débat national au Japon, 1967-1972». Revue des Sciences Sociales (Université de Strasbourg) 47, 2012, pp. 130-138
  2. FLORES URUSHIMA «Territorial prospective visions for Japan’s high growth – the role of local urban development”. Nature and Culture 1 (1), 2015, pp. 12-35

    A. FLORES URUSHIMA «Everyday unavoidable modernization and the image of hell: visual planning in the writings of Nishiyama Uzō», in J. Pendlebury, E. Erten, P. Larkham (eds.) Alternative visions of postwar reconstruction: creating the modern townscape, ed.. London: Routledge, 2014, pp. 90-107

  3. FLORES URUSHIMA «Sakariba[盛り場]», Vocabulaire encyclopédique de la spatialité Japonaise, ed. Philippe Bonnin. Paris: Éditions CNRS, 2014, pp. 391-392
  4. FLORES URUSHIMA ; R. ABI-SAMARA and M. J. DACOSTA (eds.) Modernização urbana e cultura contemporânea: diálogos Brasil- Japão. São Paulo: Terracota, 2015, 246 pp.

    A. FLORES URUSHIMA «A celebração dos cem anos da Revolução Meiji (1968) e o início da disseminação do desenho urbano produzido no Japão em escala global», in A. FLORES URUSHIMA ; R. ABI-SAMARA and M. J. DACOSTA (eds.) Modernização urbana e cultura contemporânea: diálogos Brasil- Japão, ed.. São Paulo: Terracota, 2015, pp. 215-230

    A. FLORES URUSHIMA, T. JAMRA TSUKUMO. 2016.「 18メガシティ総覧サンパウロ:移動する中心、空洞化する旧市街、郊外に広がる2極化 」村松伸・深見奈緒子・山田協太・内山愉太編『メガシティ2 メガシティの進化と多様性』東京大学出版会

 

  1. Articles :

    A. FLORES URUSHIMA, « The paradoxical future vision of urbanity expressed by the Expo 70s Festival Plaza», in Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. F, City Planning, Building Economics and Housing Problems, history and theory of Architecture. Tôkyô : Architectural Institute of Japan, septembre 2005, pp. 929-930

    A. FLORES URUSHIMA, « Investigating the origins of the « networked compact urban system » idea in Uzô Nishiyama proposition for the urban growth of Japanese cities », inProceedings of the Conference Reassessing East Asia in the Light of Urban and Architectural History, Kyôto : The Society of Architectural Historians of Japan, décembre 2006, p. 519-527.

    A. FLORES URUSHIMA, « Nishiyama proposals for the urban growth of Japanese Cities within the Expo 70 Site Planning Process », inProceedings of the 12th Conference of the International Planning History Society– IPHS. Delhi : Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, 2006.

    A. FLORES URUSHIMA, « Transatlantic encounters, “black sheeps” in the islands– a comparative study of Thomas Sharp and Uzô Nishiyama ideas », inProceedings of the conference: Visual Planning and Urbanism in the mid-twentieth century, Newcastle Upon Tyne: Newcastle University, septembre 2007.

    A. FLORES URUSHIMA, « Lessons from the History of Megaevent Promotion in Japan for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil », in Symposium Brazil-Japan in Economy, Science and Technological Innovation 2008, Sao Paulo, juin 2008.

    A. FLORES URUSHIMA, « Urban Modernization from Far East to Eastern Europe: Tange Kenzô and the Reconstruction Scheme for the Centre of Skopje », in the IXth International Conference of the European Association for Urban History : Comparative History of European Cities, Lyon, août 2008.

    A. FLORES URUSHIMA, « Nishiyama Uzo’s View on the Postwar Modern Way of Living – The Case of Hashima Island », in Proceedings of the International Conference on East-Asian Architectural Culture (Société des Historiens de l’Architecture de Taiwan), Tainan, Taiwan, avril 2009.

  2. FLORES URUSHIMA, « Japanese Debate on the Preservation of Town Features against Environmental Degradation 1967-1972», 15th IPHS Conference: Cities, Nations & Regions in Planning History. Sao Paulo: International Planning History Society [digital], 2012
  3. FLORES URUSHIMA, « Between nature and culture: landscape preservation, identity and universal value», the Sixth Conference of the Latin American Studies Council of Asia and Oceania (CELAO). Kyoto: CELAO [digital], 2014