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Genung Michael

S ジナング M | Genung Michael
Research field  (3): Education - general ,  Literature - General ,  Literature - European
Research keywords  (8): Langauge and Lingusitics ,  Consciousness and Transcendence ,  Ancient Greek and Latin ,  Homeric Studies ,  Philososphy and Religion ,  Yeats's Studies ,  Comparative Literature ,  English Literature
Papers (25):
  • The Dancer from the Dance - the Problem of the One and the Many in Yeats’s "Among School Children". Studies in International English Culture. 2011. 31. 63-75
  • Yeats's "Sailing to Byzantium" The "Esoteric" Four-Stanza Structure. Orbis Litterarum, Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 2010. 65. 1. 22-56
  • Andromache's Fate: Further Remarks on an Alternate Interpretation of Hector's 'Farewell Speech' in Book VI of the Iliad. Journal of the College of Industrial Technology, Nihon University. 2009. 42. 9-17
  • Studies in International English Culture. Hector's Prophecy of Doom: Tense, Mood, and Contingency in Homer's Iliad. 2008. 29. 111-124
  • Utilizing the British National Corpus to Analyze TOEIC Tests: The Quantification of Vocabulary- Usage Levels and the Extraction of Characteristically Used Words. TOEIC Research Report. No. 3. Published by The Institute for International Business Communication (IIBC). 2005. 3. 1-20
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MISC (5):
  • The Idea of Eternity in Yeats’s "Sailing to Byzantium”. 2014. 35. 61-77
  • ビジュアルベーシックによるTOEIC用語彙力養成ソフトウェアの試作III. 日本大学生産工学部研究報告B. 2004. 37. 29-43
  • A Study of the Asterisk-marked “Important Words” in English-Japanese Dictionaries. 2003. 81-88
  • Vocabulary-Level Assessment for ESP Texts Used in the Field of Industrial Technology. Proceedings of the KATE 2003 Winter International Conference, The Korea Association of Teachers of English. 2002. 32-36
  • Zen Buddhistic, Cabalistic, and Pythagorean Influences in Yeats’ ‘The Statues’”. Journal of the College of Industrial Technology, Nihon University B. 1998. 31. 29-43
Books (1):
  • Team-Teaching in Action: of Theories, Approaches, and Speaking Out Loud
    Japan Educational Books 1989
Lectures and oral presentations  (10):
  • Odysseus’s Homecoming - A Reading in Japanese
    (A reading before the annual meeting of The Readers of Homer - Kos City, Kos, Greece 2010)
  • Odysseus in the Underworld: A Reading in Ancient Greek and Japanese
    (A reading before the First South American Conference of The Readers of Homer, The University of Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay 2010)
  • “The Patroclea, Rhapsody 16:” A Reading in Ancient Greek and Japanese
    (A reading before the First South American Conference of The Readers of Homer, The University of Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay 2010)
  • A Comparative Reading of Homer's Odyssey in Ancient Greek, English, and Japanese
    (A reading before the annual meeting of The Readers of Homer, Daskalopetra, Chios, Greece 2009)
  • Vocabulary-Level Assessment for ESP Texts Used in the Field of Industrial Technology
    (Presentation before the annual meeting of the Korean Association of Teachers of English (Seoul) 2003)
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Education (2):
  • - 1978 California State University, Sacramento
  • - 1976 California State University, Sacramento
Professional career (1):
  • Master of Arts in English (Calfornia State University, Sacramento Graduate School)
Work history (1):
  • Nihon University College of Industrial Technology, Department of Liberal Arts and Basic Sciences Professor
Association Membership(s) (2):
Readers of Homer ,  Japan Society for Culture in English
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