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Yoshino Yuri

ヨシノ ユリ | Yoshino Yuri
Affiliation and department:
Research field  (1): Literature - British/English-languag
Research keywords  (2): Irish literature ,  British literature
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (8):
  • 2016 - 2020 The Domestication of the Colonial Gaze: The Re-evaluation of the British and Irish Novel in the Romantic Period
  • 2016 - 2019 The Textual Configuration of Modern British Women Authors and Otherness: Sensibility, Institutionalisation, and Colonies
  • 2016 - 2019 Anglophile and the Americanization of British Literature in the 19th Century North America
  • 2013 - 2016 (Im)moral Sensibility and Education: Aspects of Gender Identity Formation in Modern British Literature)
  • 2013 - 2016 Realism and Romance in the National Tale: The Re-Evaluation of the British and Irish Novel in the Romantic Period
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Papers (5):
  • Yuri Yoshino. Maria Edgeworth’s Representation of India: The British Empire and Sympathy in ‘Lame Jervas' (1804). The Journal of the Jane Austen Society of Japan. 2016. 10. 115-127
  • Yuri Yoshino. Thomas Beddoes's Family Medicine. Annual Bulletin of the Johnson Society. 2013. 37. 20-24
  • Yuri Yoshino. The Big House Novel and Recent Irish Literary Criticism. Journal of Irish Studies. 2007. 22. 48-54
  • Yuri Yoshino. Voices, Identities, and Nations in the Narratives of Maria Edgeworth (1767-1849) (博士論文). University of London. 2005
  • Yuri Yoshino. "The Prescription of Maria Edgeworth's _Ennui_ (1809): Professional Education and the Creation of Ideal Patriots". Cultura Philologica. 2005. 42. 15-31
Books (11):
  • Textbook for the Librarians' Training Course on Western Historical Social Science Literature
    The Center for Historical Social Science Literature, Hitotsubashi University 2016
  • Studies in the Eighteenth-Century British Literature 5
    Kaitakusha 2014
  • The Development of the Nineteenth-Century "British" Novel
    Shohakusha 2014
  • Gender and 'Liberty': Theory, Liberalism, and Queer
    Sairyusha 2013
  • The Politics of Gender Representation: Nation, Class, and Colony
    Sairyusha 2011
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Lectures and oral presentations  (21):
  • 'Maria Edgeworth’s Readerly Strategies and Social Vision: Popular Tales and Patronage'
    (ME250 Conference 2018)
  • ‘Stories for the Children of the Empire: Maria Edgeworth’s Popular Tales(1804)’
    (IASIL Japan the 35th Annual Conference 2018)
  • Sensibility and Slavery: The Impact of ‘The Grateful Negro’ by Maria Edgeworth
    (International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures the 42nd Annual Conference 2018)
  • Literary Tourism in the Nineteenth-Century Britain and Ireland
    (Annual Congress of the English Literary Society of Japan 2016)
  • Maria Edgeworth's Representation of India: The British Empire and "Sympathy"
    (The Jane Austen Society of Japan th 9th Annual Conference 2015)
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Works (1):
  • Women, Discourse, and the Public Sphere in Eighteenth-century Britain: Divisions and Alliances between Literature and Historiography
    2007 - 2010
Professional career (2):
  • PhD (University of London)
  • MLitt (The University of Tokyo)
Work history (1):
  • Gakushuin University Associate Professor
Awards (3):
  • 2001/04 - The British Association for Irish Studies (BAIS) Postgraduate Bursaries Award
  • 2000/09 - The British Federation of Women Graduates Charitable Foundation The British Federation of Women Graduates Charitable Foundation Grant
  • 2000/05 - University of London The University of London Central Research Grant
Association Membership(s) (7):
The Jane Austen Society of Japan ,  Japan Women's History Network ,  The Japan-Ireland Society ,  THE JOHNSON SOCIETY OF JAPAN ,  THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF IRISH LITERATURES ,  THE ENGLISH LITERARY SOCIETY OF JAPAN ,  JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY STUDIES / SOCIETE JAPONAISE D'ETUDE DU DIX-HUITIEME SIECLE
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