Tomoë I.M. Steineck
Visual Culture and Cultural History

Lectures & Conference

2011 Spring semester @UZH Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies, Dept. of Japanese Studies

  • Undergraduate Japanese History II: History of Culture.


2011 Digital Humanities Strategies Conferenceギリシャ国立東洋美術館所蔵の日本絵画調査から. 第一回全体会 @Hosei University, Tokyo

  • Launch report Database JBAE


2012 Spring semester @UZH Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies, Dept. of Japanese Studies

  • Undergraduate Japanese History II: History of Culture.


2014 Siebold’s Vision of Japan as Represented in Japan-related Collections in the West, co-organized by Ruhr University Bochum and the National Institutes for the Humanities Japan


2015  Spring semester @UZH Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies, Dept. of Japanese Studies

  • Advanced Japanese Studies: Testimonies of Japanese religion in the transitional era from the early modern to the modern period.


2015  Autumn semester @UZH Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies, Dept. of Japanese Studies

  •  Advanced Japanese Studies: Performance Art in Japan and their religious elements


2015 International Workshop『欧州コレクションにおける日本の宗教画と「おふだ」が伝える江戸時代の信仰』 @ Hosei University, Tokyo


2015 Lecture @Ethnographic Museum UZH


2016 International Symposium ヨーロッパにおける日本文化資源研究とその成果 @Meiji University, Tokyo


2016 International Workshop "Japanese Cultural Assets and Digitalisation" @Musee Unterlinden, Colmar


2016 Lecture @University of Vienna


2016 Lecture @Fondation Martin Bodmer Geneva

  • Des révélations sur les kakemono de la Fondation Martin Bodmer (The Collection of kakemono at the Fondation Martin Bodmer)


2017 15th International Conference of the European Association of Japanese Studies, Lisbon

  • Beyond Materiality: The Potential of a Non-Material Collection as a Historical Winess for Religious and Art Historical Studies


2021 "Dynamic Encounters between Buddhism and the West" University of Cambridge Postgraduate Online Conference, 28-29 June


  • The Protestant Perception of Japanese Buddhism in the age of Imperialism: a case study of the Swiss-German Mission in the 19th century.