I am interested in how “museum” has been used to divide or unite human groups and the sense of belonging. I have been researching the birth and evolution of “museum” in Iran and the changes in museum exhibitions of art including modern and contemporary art. I particularly examine how master narratives have been built in the "museum" in relation to the changes of governing system as well as of revolution.02 Short Biography
2009 BA Politics in University of London, School of Oriental and African Study
2010 MSc Middle Eastern Politics in University of London, School of Oriental and African Study
2012-2014 Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Research fellow (DC2)
2019 University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Area Studies, Doctoral program (completed with expulsion)
2020- Project Researcher, Tokyo College, University of Tokyo / Part-Time Lecturer, Global Liberal Arts Program (GLAP), Rikkyo University
寺田悠紀 文，羽田正 監，ヒロミチイト 絵．『輪切りで見える！パノラマ世界史５ 変わりつづける世界』．大月書店．2015．
Yuki, T. Exhibitions of Art in Iran and the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art. Ji Meng and Atsuko Ukai (eds.). Translation, History and Arts: New Horizons in Asian Interdisciplinary Humanities Research. P199. pp89-109. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 2013.
Yuki, T. Jackson Pollock: A Centennial Retrospective. Art Tomorrow. No.7 Winter, 2012.
Yuki, T. Review: Arab Express. Art Asia Pacific. Issue 80. Sept/Oct. 2012.