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SATO Kazuya

サトウ カズヤ | SATO Kazuya
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Homepage URL  (1): http://mcm-www.jwu.ac.jp/~kasatoh/
Research field  (3): Foreign language education ,  History - Europe/America ,  Literature - European
Research keywords  (1): British cultural history
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • Methodologies of British cultural studies
  • Popular literature and the formation of cultural hegemony in eighteenth-century England
Papers (11):
  • Kazuya Sato. A Japanese Version of Robinson Crusoe: by Minami Yoichiro: A Case-Study of Robinson's Reception in Post-War Japan. Studies in Comparative Culture. 2013. 106. 235-247
  • Kazuya Sato. Robinson Crusoe as a Material for Extensive Reading: a Textual analysis of Graded Readers. Journal: Faculty of Humanities, Japan Women's University. 2013. 62. 49-67
  • Kazuya Sato. The Heroes Killing Giants and Popular Disturbances: The Representations of Riots and Suppression in Popular Literature. Journal: Faculty of Humanities. 2010. 59. 29-39
  • Kazuya Sato. A Magnified ""Story"" about a Little Man--A Short Essay on Popular Literature in Early Modern England--. Studies in Comparative Culture. 2006. 72. 11-21
  • A fragment of reading experience in eighteenth-century England-Thomas Turner's Diary. Essays in Commemoration of the Hundredth Anniversary of Tokyo University of Foreign Studies. 1999. 585-603
Books (1):
  • Reading Modern Britain: Literary Narrative and Historical Narrative
    2011 ISBN:9784588364150
Lectures and oral presentations  (3):
  • Rethinking of English Reading Education at University
    (The 83rd General Meeting of the English Literary Society of Japan 2011)
  • Lewis Carroll and the Thought of the Time: Science, Technology, and Empire
  • 'Histories' as Historical Documents: On the Notion of 'Popular Culture' in early modern England
Education (3):
  • - 1996 University of Oxford Faculty of Modern History Economic and Social History
  • - 1990 The University of Tokyo Graduate School, Division of General Culture Department of Area Studies
  • - 1988 The University of Tokyo Faculty of Liberal Arts
Professional career (2):
  • Master of Science (The University of Tokyo)
  • MSc in Economic and Social History (University of Oxford)
Work history (6):
  • 2010 - Japan Women's University
  • 2000 - 2003 Japan Women's University
  • 2003 - Japan Women's University
  • 1997 - 2000 Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
  • 1993 - 1997 Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
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