Associate Professor Mayumi Okada


Affiliation: International School of Public Relations, Media and Tourism/ Center for Advanced Tourism Studies


Specialty: Public archeology, cultural heritage theory, humanities/social sciences

A book he read as a child sparked his interest in archaeology, and he studied archeology at university and graduate school. Gradually, I became interested in the relationship between modern people and ruins, and began to study from various angles how people living today interpret and utilize history from the perspective of cultural heritage, especially things and things related to archeology. I am researching from.


Professor Okada's research is introduced in ``Interview: ``Using cultural heritage that explores the feelings of the people who live there now.''