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Kimura Akio

キムラ アキオ | Kimura Akio
Research field  (2): Literature - General ,  Literature - Chinese
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • Study of Genocide and Other Mass Murders
  • Study of American Literature after Modernism
MISC (10):
  • KIMURA Akio. Elizabeth Bishop’s Politics of the Sea. 国際経営論集(神奈川大学経営学部). 2005. 30. 133-158
  • KIMURA Akio. Genocide and the Modern Mind: Intention and Structure. Journal of Genocide Research. 2003. 5. 3. 405-420
  • KIMURA Akio. Faulkner’s The Town:The Game of Pity. 1998. 97. 1-19
  • KIMURA Akio. A Necessary Death in Katherine Anne Porter’s “Noon Wine”. 1995. 89. 120-150
  • KIMURA Akio. Shakespeare and Faulkner: Gods, Revenge, and Time. 1994. 86. 21-44
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Books (1):
  • Faulkner and Oe: The Self-Critical Imagination
    University Press of America 2007
Lectures and oral presentations  (6):
  • Nuclear Genocide and the Question of Genocidal Intent
    (The 3rd Global Conference on Genocide (San Francisco State University, U.S.A.) 2012)
  • The Metaphorical Use or Abuse of Auschwitz and Hiroshima: Agamben, Steiner, and Styron
    (The 2011 Annual Conference of the American Comparative Literature Association (Vancouver, Canada) 2011)
  • Giorgio Agamben’s Concept of the “Remnant” and Hiroshima/Nagasaki
    (The International Association of Genocide Scholars Eighth Biennial Conference (George Mason University, U.S.A.) 2009)
  • Katherine Anne Porter and Genocide: A Novelist’s Response to the Banality of Evil
    (The International Association of Genocide Scholars Seventh Biennial Conference (The University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina) 2007)
  • Genocide and the Modern Mind: Intention and Structure
    (The Association of Genocide Scholars Fourth InternationalBiennial Conference (The University of Minnesota, U.S.A.) 2001)
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Professional career (3):
  • M.A. (Sophia University)
  • M.A. (Drew University)
  • Ph.D. (Drew University)
Work history (1):
  • Meiji University School of Arts and Letters Associate Professor
Awards (1):
  • 2004 - The Helen LePage and William Hale Chamberlain Prize
Association Membership(s) (2):
International Association of Genocide Scholars ,  American Comparative Literature Association
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