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Law Graham

ロー グレアム | Law Graham
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Homepage URL  (2): http://www.f.waseda.jp/glawhttp://www.f.waseda.jp/glaw
Research keywords  (1): English Language / English Literature
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • 2005 - 2008 The Novels of Wilkie Collins and the Victorian Publishing Industry
  • 2005 - 2008 The Novels of Wilkie Collins and the Victorian Publishing Industry
  • 2001 - 2002 AN INTERNATIONAL STUDY OF THE NEWSPAPER NOVEL
Papers (57):
  • Review of Troy J. Bassett, The Rise and Fall of the Victorian Three-Volume Novel. Style. 2020. 53. 4
  • Being Alone: Experiences of Isolation in the Imaginary Worlds of "His Dark Materials". Literary Geographies. 2020. 6. 2. 1-6
  • Nineteenth-century Soaps: Towards a Comparative Account of the Popular Victorian Serial Tale. Transcommunication. 2020. 7. 2. 107-126
  • The “realm of the dead” and Modern Media: The Strange Case of W.T. Stead. Transcommunication. 2020. 7. 1. 13-26
  • Graham Law. Serializing Fiction in the Australasian Press. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Literature. 2017
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Books (53):
  • The Collected Letters of Wilkie Collins: Addenda and Corrigenda (12)
    Wilkie Collins Society (London) 2018
  • Companion to Victorian Popular Fiction(共著). Graham Law: 'Cricket' (1000 words), 'Tillotson's Fiction Bureau' (700 words), 'Dora Thorne', and 'Lucy, the Factory Girl' (both 100 words).
    McFarland 2018
  • The Collected Letters of Wilkie Collins: Addenda and Corrigenda (11)
    Wilkie Collins Society (London) 2017
  • Journalism and the Periodical Press in Nineteenth-Century Britain(共著). Graham Law. 'Wilkie Collins and "the discovery of an Unknown Public".' (6000 words)
    Cambridge University Press 2017
  • Thomas Hardy's Short Stories: New Perspectives (共著). Graham Law: "Neither Tales nor Short Stories? Issues of Authorship, Readership and Publishing in A Group of Noble Dames" (8000 words)
    Routledge 2017 ISBN:9781472480033
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Lectures and oral presentations  (27):
  • "Why Bother": Doing Japanese Studies in Japan through the Medium of English
    (GSICCS First Anniversary Symposium, Waseda University, Tokyo 2014)
  • Old vs. New Journalism and the Public Sphere; or, Habermas Encounters Dallas and Stead
    (W.T. Stead: Centenary Conference for a Newspaper Revolutions (British Library) 2012)
  • By the author of “Dora Thorne”?: A Case of Identity in the Fiction Factory
    (SILS Faculty Seminar (Waseda University) 2011)
  • Serial Issues in a Digital World
    (International Symposium: 'New Directions in Textual Scholarship', Saitama Univ. 2010)
  • Nineteenth-Century Soaps: Towards a Comparative Account of the Popular Victorian Serial.
    (SHARP Regional Conference VI, Copenhagen, Denmark 2008)
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Education (3):
  • - 1981 University of Sussex Graduate School of Arts & Social Studies Modernism
  • - 1981 University of Sussex Graduate School of Arts & Social Studies Modernism
  • - 1977 University of Exeter School of English
Professional career (2):
  • 博士(文学) (サッセクス大学、英国)
  • D. Phil.(Doctor Philosophae) (University of Sussex, UK)
Work history (6):
  • 1995 - 2004 Professor, School of Law, Waseda University
  • 2004 - Professor, School of International Liberal Studies, Waseda University
  • 1992 - 1995 Associate Professor, School of Law, Waseda University
  • 1988 - 1992 Associate Professor, Faculty of Humanities, Keisen Women's College
  • 1985 - 1988 Foreign Lecturer, Faculty of General Education, Tokyo University
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Association Membership(s) (8):
Society for the History of Authorship, Readership & Publishing ,  日本英文学会(『英文学研究』編集委員) ,  British Association of Victorian Studies ,  Wilkie Collins Society (Editor, Wilkie Collins Society Journal) ,  Wilkie Collins Society ,  Research Society for Victorian Periodicals ,  Society for the History of Authorship, Readership & Publishing ,  日本英文学会
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