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Hayakawa Atsuko

ハヤカワ アツコ | Hayakawa Atsuko
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Prof.
Research field  (3): Literature - General ,  Literature - Chinese ,  Literature - European
Research keywords  (6): translation studies ,  Social History ,  Sociology ,  Comparative Literature and Culture ,  Literature in general ,  English Language and Literature
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (6):
  • 2017 - 2019 Research on Translation Studies and its relations with Translated Literature in English and World Literature in the 21st Century
  • 2008 - 2010 translation studies and postcolonialism in English literature
  • Introduction and Acceptance of Atomic Bomb Literature in the Foreign Countries
  • Margaret Sanger and Feminism Movement
  • Children's and Women's Culture
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Papers (12):
  • HAYAKAWA Atsuko. Un/translatability of Michiko Ishimure's Cosmology in Prose. Journal of Tsuda University. 2018. 51. 21-52
  • HAYAKAWA Atsuko. Arena of "Otherness". Journal of Research Institute of Text, Otsuma Women's University. 2017. 11. 1-34
  • HAYAKAWA Atsuko. New Translations of Japanese Literature: Socio-cultural Impacts on the Japanese Mind. Journalism and Mass Communication. 2015. 5. 12. 640-649
  • HAYAKAWA Atsuko. Translation of Memory: On Memoirs of Lyndall Gordon. Journal of Tsuda University. 2013. 44. 107-126
  • HAYAKAWA Atsuko. Translation as Politics: Sadako Kurihara's War Poems. Traduction, Terminologie, Redaction. 2012. 25. 1. 109-131
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MISC (14):
  • ┣DBWhat Maisie Kew(/)-┫DB-Destruction of Family and Henry James. The Institute for Research in Language and Culture. 2001. 15. 24-32
  • "Can Literature Open the Way to Peace?-Karl Bruckner and Sadako Story.". Iwanami, "The World". 2001. 692, 113-119
  • The End of the 19 Century・Family・Children-Charles Dickens and C. Bernett. Association of English Children's Literature, Annual Meeting. 2000
  • Witch-A Feministic Approach. AERA MOOK. 1999. 82-85
  • Self-portrait in Labyrinth-Irvine Welsh, Maraboustork Nightmares. Tsuda College. 1998. 30. 55-66
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Books (23):
  • Strange Wars in the Imagined World
    Kaibun-sha 2017
  • Requiem for Hope
    Iwanami Publihing Co. ltd. 2017
  • Hope for the Future in Children's Books: Jella Lepman
    Sairyu-sha 2016
  • Words Searching for Peace: Symbols of War in the 20th Century English Literature
    Taka Publishing Co. 2014
  • Japanese, a Language full of Wonde
    Shuei-sha International 2014
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Lectures and oral presentations  (9):
  • Un/translatability of Michiko Ishimure's Cosmology in Prose
    (East Asian Translation Studies 2019)
  • Toward the Arena of "Otherness": Approaches from Translation Studies
    (Research Project on Texts, Otsuma Women's University 2017)
  • The Perspectives of Literary Translation Research
    (British Association of Japanese Studies Annual Conference 2015)
  • Memory for the Future- A New Perspective
    (Hiroshima International Symposium 2013)
  • Here nor There: Narrative of Children's Books and Translation Theory
    (International Board on Books World Congress 2012 2012)
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Works (2):
  • Margaret Sanger and Feminism
    2001 -
  • Historical Fiction Now
    2000 -
Education (4):
  • - 1990 Tsuda College Graduate School of English Language and Literature
  • - 1990 Tsuda College Graduate School, Division of Letters
  • - 1982 Tsuda College Faculty of Liberal Arts
  • - 1982 Tsuda College Faculty of Arts and Science English
Professional career (2):
  • Master of Arts (Tsuda College)
  • Master of Science
Work history (6):
  • 2008/04 - Tsuda College, Faculty of Arts, English Department Professor
  • 1995/04 - 2008/03 Tsuda College, Faculty of Arts, English Department Associate Professor
  • 1996 - - Shirayuri Women's University, Part-time Lecturer
  • 1991/04 - 1995/03 Tsuda College Lecturer
  • 1992 - 1994 Rikkyo University, Part-time Lecturer
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Association Membership(s) (1):
PEN JAPAN
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