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last modified:2021/04/01

Associate Professor IJIMA Hiroshi

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Faculty, Affiliation

Faculty of Education, Institute of Human and Social Sciences

College and School Educational Field

Division of Humanities, Graduate School of Human and Socio-Environmental Studies
School of Teacher Education, College of Human and Social Sciences
School of Humanities, College of Human and Social Sciences

Laboratory

Academic Background

【Academic background(Doctoral/Master's Degree)】
Kyoto University Master Graduate School, Division of Letters Completed
【Academic background(Bachelor's Degree)】
Kyoto University

Career

Year & Month of Birth

Academic Society

Association for Modern Japanese Literary Studies
japan comparative literature association

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Specialities

Japanese literature、Literature in general

Speciality Keywords

Research Themes

Research of Japanese modern literature

I am studying the works of Tatsuo Hori, Sei Ito, Takehiko Fukunaga, Kunio Tsuji, Yoshie Hotta, and others who were inspired by foreign literature and tried to create true fiction in the Showa period. I consider what can be narrated through the system of fiction and why fiction is needed. Especially in recent years, I have been concerned with the problems of individuals who suffer from painful memories ( collective disasters such as war and disaster or personal experiences of disease, damage or loss) depicted by literature, and have been researching how literary texts can describe and convey those unspeakable matters.​I also continue to study Ito's draft and analyze genetically the representation of ego and memory.

Books

Papers

  •  A Study of Fukunaga Takehiko's "Sekai No Owari" As the Tragedy of the Contemporary World Modern Japanese Literary Studies 94 92-106 2016/05
  •  A study on Tsuji Kunio’s On later days The totality and the death Studies of Language and Culture 20 141-156 2016/03

Conference Presentations

Others

Arts and Fieldwork

Patent

Theme to the desired joint research

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research

Competitive research funding,Contribution

Collaborative research,Consignment study

Classes (Bachelors)

○Japanese Literature 1(2019)
○Study of Japanese Literature(2019)
○Seminar in Japanese Literature (Advanced)(2019)
○Graduation thesis(2019)
○Reading of Japanese Literature(2019)
○Japanese Literature 2(2019)
○Japanese Literature(2019)
○Fundamentals of Japanese Language(2019)
○Japanese Literature(2019)
○Japanese Literature(2018)
○Research Method in Japanese Modern Literature(2018)
○Fundamentals of Japanese Language(2018)
○Seminar in Japanese Literature (Fundamentals)(2018)
○Reading of Japanese Literature(2018)
○Seminar in Japanese Literature (Fundamentals) A(2018)
○Seminar in Japanese Literature (Advanced)(2018)
○Seminar in Japanese Literature (Advanced) B(2018)
○Study of Japanese Literature(2018)
○Research Method in Japanese Modern Literature(2018)
○Japanese Literature 1(2018)
○Japanese Literature 2(2018)
○Japanese Literature(2018)

Classes (Graduate Schools)

○Basic Study in Comparative Literature 1(2019)
○Study in Comparative Literature Id1(2019)
○Seminar in Modern and Contemporary Japanese Literature I1(2019)
○Study in Modern and Contemporary Japanese Literature 1(2019)
○Seminar in Modern and Contemporary Japanese Literature I2(2019)
○Study in Modern and Contemporary Japanese Literature 2(2019)
○Study in Comparative Literature Id2(2019)
○Seminar in Modern and Contemporary Japanese Literature II2(2018)
○Basic Study in Comparative Literature 1(2018)
○Seminar in Modern and Contemporary Japanese Literature II1(2018)
○Japanese Modern Literature and Japanese Classical Literature II1(2018)
○Seminar in Comparative Literature Id2(2018)
○Japanese Modern Literature and Japanese Classical Literature II2(2018)
○Basic Study in Comparative Literature 2(2018)
○Seminar in Comparative Literature Id1(2018)

International Project

International Students

Lecture themes

Others (Social Activities)

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