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Fujimura Nozomi

フジムラ ノゾミ | Fujimura Nozomi
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Research field  (1): Literature - British/English-languag
Research keywords  (3): American Literature ,  American Culture ,  Gender Studies
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • 2011 - 2015 “Hawthorne and the Context of Antebellum America: A Study from a Viewpoint of Gender.”
  • 2003 - 2008 Fulbright Scholarship (Graduate Study Program)
Papers (12):
  • Nozomi Fujimura. “The Female Body, Male Subjectivity, and Narratives of Affect: Reexamining the Gothic and Comic Tales of Hawthorne and Poe.”. Journal of the Society for General Academic and Cultural Research, no. 37,. 2020. pp. 21-38.
  • Nozomi Fujimura. “Louisa May Alcott’s ‘My Contraband’ and the Question of Possession.”. Journal of the Society for General Academic and Cultural Research, no. 36,. 2020. pp. 95-115.
  • Nozomi Fujimura. “Bleeding Texts: Nathaniel Hawthorne’s ‘Chiefly about War-Matters’ and ‘Northern Volunteers.’”. The Rikkyo Review: Arts and Letters, no. 76,. 2016. pp. 23-41.
  • Nozomi Fujimura. “Unfinished Resurrections: The Significance of The Marble Faun in the Later Works of Hawthorne.”. Studies in English Literature, vol. 92,. 2015. pp. 41-59.
  • Nozomi Fujimura. “Emily Dickinson’s Fascicle 24 and the Civil War.”. The Rikkyo Review: Arts and Letters, no. 75,. 2015. pp. 1-18.
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MISC (11):
  • Nozomi Fujimura. “Re-reading ‘Wakefield’”; “‘The Outcast of the Universe’?: Hawthorne, Berti, and Doctorow’s Wakefield.”. NHSJ Newsletter, no. 38,. 2020. pp. 4-5.
  • Nozomi Fujimura. Review of Hôsôn no Purovidensu - Geijutsu Shisô to Chôhen Sôsaku no Gihô, by Kayoko Nakanishi. The American Studies Newsletter, no. 198,. 2018. p. 7.
  • Nozomi Fujimura. “Representations of Women and Male Subjectivity in the Short Tales of Hawthorne and Poe: Reading ‘The Birth-mark’ and ‘Berenice.’”. Journal of the Society for General Academic and Cultural Research, vol. 33,. 2018. pp. 166-167.
  • Nozomi Fujimura. Review of The Body and Emotions: Theorizing Affects in American Renaissance, edited by Katsunori Takeuchi and Tsutomu Takahashi. Sky-Hawk, vol. 4,. 2016. pp. 54-57.
  • Nozomi Fujimura. Review of the Japanese Translation of Megan Marshall’s The Peabody Sisters: Three Women Who Ignited American Romanticism, by Hiroaki Ohsugi, Mitsuyo Kido, Yoko Kurahashi, and Shoko Tsuji. Forum, vol. 20,. 2015. pp. 41-47.
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Books (6):
  • “Hawthorne and Faulkner’s ‘Italy’: Shadows of the Civil War in <I>The Marble Faun</I> and <I>The Sound and the Fury</I>.” <I>Hawthorne’s Literary Heritage: The Changing Faces of Romance and History</I>, edited by Masahiko Narita, et al.
    Kaibunsha, pp. 129-46. 2016
  • “Adam and Eve: American Myths,” and “American Gothic: The Dark Side of the Country Conceived in Liberty and Equality.” <I>55 Keywords of American Culture</I>, edited by Naoto Sasada, et al.
    Minerva Shobo, pp. 48-51, 76-79. 2013
  • “To Become a ‘Citizen of Somewhere Else’: The American Eagle of ‘The Custom-House’ and the Relation of the Individual to Community in <I>The Scarlet Letter</I>.” <I>The American Renaissance: Criticism Regenerated</I>, edited by Takuya Nishitani, et al.
    Kaibunsha, pp. 83-104. 2013
  • “The Picturesque Tour and the Making of the American Subject: Representations of the White Mountains in the 1830s.” <I>Mapping the Land: Landscape in American Culture</I>, edited by Kenichi Noda.
    Minerva Shobo, pp. 105-27. 2011
  • “<I>Fanshawe</I> and the Genealogy of Hawthorne’s Bachelor Artists.” <I>American Studies: Its Transformation and the Present</I>, edited by Kenji Kobayashi.
    Sairyusha, pp. 133-149. 2007
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Lectures and oral presentations  (20):
  • “Hawthorne’s Transnational America: Reconsidering <I>The American Claimant Manuscripts</I>.”
    (Tokyo Branch Conference of the Nathaniel Hawthorne Society of Japan, Taisho University, Tokyo. 2020)
  • “Poe and Hawthorne: A Prehistory of Modernism.”
    (Keio University, Tokyo. 2019)
  • “The Dynamics of Separation and Connection: Ethics of Relations in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Works.”
    (Tokyo Branch Meeting of the American Literature Society of Japan, Keio University, Tokyo. 2019)
  • “‘The Outcast of the Universe’?: Hawthorne, Berti, and Doctorow’s Wakefield.”
    (Annual Conference of the Nathaniel Hawthorne Society of Japan, Satellite Campus Hiroshima, Hiroshima. 2019)
  • “Representations of the Female Body and Narratives of Male Subjectivity: Short Tales of Hawthorne and Poe.”
    (International Poe and Hawthorne Conference, Kyoto Garden Palace Hotel, Kyoto. 2018)
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Professional career (1):
  • Ph.D. (University at Buffalo, The State University of New York)
Work history (3):
  • 2017/04 - 現在 Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, Asia University
  • 2012/04 - 2017/03 Assistant Professor, Faculty of Economics, Asia University
  • 2008/04 - 2012/03 Assistant Professor, College of Arts, Rikkyo University
Committee career (4):
  • 2019/06 - 現在 The Nathaniel Hawthorne Society of Japan, the Executive Board
  • 2019/04 - 2020/03 The English Literary Society of Japan, the Editorial Board of the Kanto Branch
  • 2013/06 - 2019/05 The Nathaniel Hawthorne Society of Japan, the Office of International Relations
  • 2012/04 - 2014/03 The American Literature Society of Japan, a coordinator of the 19th-century literature division of the Tokyo Branch
Association Membership(s) (9):
The Japanese Association for American Studies ,  The Melville Society of Japan ,  The William Faulkner Society of Japan ,  The Nathaniel Hawthorne Society ,  Modern Language Association ,  The Nathaniel Hawthorne Society of Japan ,  The American Literature Society of Japan ,  The English Literary Society of Japan ,  The Poe Society of Japan
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