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Kinoshita Yukiko

キノシタ ユキコ | Kinoshita Yukiko
Research field  (3): Literature - European ,  Art history ,  Aesthetics and art studies
Research keywords  (2): focusing on issues concerning the interaction between art and society in the late 19th and the 20th century ,  English-language literature in the late 19th and the 20th century
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (4):
  • 1999 - E. M. Forster's Views on Art and Society : the Legacy of fin de siècle Aestheticism
  • 1994 - The Influences of fin de siecle Aesthetic Movements (Pariticularly Aesheticism)upon Modernism
  • 1990 - Women writers (of color) in the U. S. and in Britain
  • The Relations between British Modernism and Japanese Arts and Crafts Movement
MISC (17):
  • Yukiko Kinoshita. A Romantic Criticism: The Superiority of Fiction over Fact in Oscar Wilde's "The Portrait of Mr W. H. Tabard. 2006. 21. 27-41
  • The View, Nature and the Body: Rediscovering the Romantic in E.M. Forster's The Room with a Romantic in E.M. Forster's The Room with a View. Bulletin of Kobe Women's University. 2005. 38. 1-12
  • "Modernity and the Sublime: An Attempt for the Retrieval of Humanity in E. M. Forster's 'The Eternal Moment'". Bulletin of Kobe Women's University. 2004. 37, pp.49-60
  • 'E.M.Forster's Utopian Vision in 'The Other Side of the Hedge' '. Tabard. 2003. 18, pp.39-55
  • “A House Which Connects : E. M. Forster's Aesthetic Vision in Howards End". Bulletin of Kobe Women's University. 2002. 35, pp.31-57
Books (1):
    Seiji Shobo 1999
Lectures and oral presentations  (1):
  • A Party as an "Offering": Clarissa Dalloway's Moments of Being in Virginia Woolf's Mrs Dalloway
    (the 39th Geneneral Meeting of New English and American Literary Society of Japan 2008)
Works (4):
  • (At a meeting of Black Studies Association of Japan) Oral Presentation : “L. A. Riot and the Disuniting of America : A Critical Reading of A. Schlesinger, Jr. 's The Disuniting of America"
    1992 -
  • (“Asian American Cultural Transformation : A Literature of One's Own" held in UC, Santa Barbara)Orol Presentation : "Floating and Stability in Cyuthia Kadohata's The Floating World"
    1991 -
  • (at a meeting of Asian American Literary Society of Japan)Oral Presentation : Mother-Daughter Relations in Emy Tan's Joy Luck Club
    1990 -
  • (at a monthly meeting of Black Studies Association of Japan)Oral Presentation : On Paula Giddings's When and Where I Enter : A Critical Reading
    1989 -
Education (4):
  • - 1997 University of London School of English & Drama English
  • - 1988 Kyoto University Graduate School, Division of Letters English and American Literature and Linguistics
  • - 1982 Nara Women's University Faculty of Letters
  • - 1982 Nara Women's University Faculty of Literature Department of English
Professional career (3):
  • Ph.D.(Doctor of Philosophy) (University of London)
  • MA (Master of Arts) (Nara Women's University)
  • BA (Bachelor of Arts) (Nara Women's University)
Work history (12):
  • 1998 - 1999 Visiting Scholar, University of Virginia
  • 1989 - 1999 Kobe Women's University
  • 1989 - 1999 Lecturer (Assistant Professor, Kobe Women's
  • 1999 - - Associate Professor, Kobe Women's University
  • 1994 - 1997 Visiting Scholar, QMW, University of London
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Awards (4):
  • 1999 - Grant-in-Aid for Publication of Scientific Research Result
  • 1996 - Overseas Reseach Students Award
  • 1995 - Overseas Research Students Award
  • 1991 - American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship Award
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