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last modified:2021/03/22

Associate Professor MIYAZAWA, Yuki

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Faculty, Affiliation

Faculty of Letters, Institute of Human and Social Sciences

College and School Educational Field

Division of Humanities, Graduate School of Human and Socio-Environmental Studies

Laboratory

Academic Background

【Academic background(Doctoral/Master's Degree)】
Hokkaido University Doctor Graduate School of Letters 201903 Completed
Hokkaido University Master 201603 Completed

Career

Kanazawa University(2019/04-)
Hokkai-Gakuen University Lecturer (part-time)(2017/04-2019/03)

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Specialities

Literature in English

Speciality Keywords

English and American literature

Research Themes

Books

Papers

  •  Questions of Immortality and Inquiring Mind in the Ghost Stories of Henry James and Edith Wharton Yuki Miyazawa 2019/03
  •  “Because He’s Not Here”: Edith Wharton’s Study in the Afterlife, Ghosts, and the Art of Belief Yuki Miyazawa Edith Wharton Review 34 1 47-61 2018/05
  •  The Laws of Ghosts and the Tastes of Men: Henry James’s Homage to Psychical Researcher Edmund Gurney in “Sir Edmund Yuki Miyazawa Studies in English Literature (Regional Branches Combined Issues) 10 17-25 2018/01
  •  Lively Portrait of a Dead Woman: Edith Wharton’s “Miss Mary Pask” and the Art of Painting Yuki Miyazawa Studies in English Literature (Regional Branches Combined Issues) 9 7-14 2017/01
  •  “Mystery of Our Position”: A Religious Implication in Flannery O’Connor’s “The Barber” Yuki Miyazawa Literary Imagination 18 3 325-334 2016/12

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  •  Writing, Fear, and Stephen King's The Body Yuki Miyazawa Research Journal of Graduate Students of Letters 16 73-84 2016/12
  •  Why Walter Ranney Threw the Glass Paperweight in Truman Capote’s “Shut a Final Door” Yuki Miyazawa The Explicator 73 4 279-282 2015/12
  •  Reading Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone as a Horror Novel Yuki Miyazawa Research Journal of Graduate Students of Letters 15 25-38 2015/12

Conference Presentations

Others

Arts and Fieldwork

Patent

Theme to the desired joint research

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research

○2023「英米文学と初期米国心理学・精神分析学との関係性:宗教との関連を軸としながら」(2020-2023) 
○「19-20世紀転換期における英米文学と宗教・スピリチュアリズムとの交流」(2019-2020) 
○「世紀転換期アメリカの幽霊小説における精神性の研究」(2018-2018) 

Competitive research funding,Contribution

Collaborative research,Consignment study

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International Project

International Students

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