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Yoshihiro Nagano

NAGANO YOSHIHIRO | Yoshihiro Nagano
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Other affiliations (1):
  • Sophia University Junior College Division  Director, Department of English Language
Research field  (1): Literature - British/English-languag
Research keywords  (1): Postmodern American Novels
Papers (15):
  • Yoshihiro Nagano. Remembering Home in Foreign Lands: Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow. Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction. 2017. 58. 1. 53-63
  • Yoshihiro Nagano. Seeking the Doom of Self-Annihilation: The ‘Fascism of the Heart’ and the Death Drive in William Gass’s The Tunnel. Sophia University Junior College Division Faculty Journal. 2014. 34. 71-86
  • Yoshihiro Nagano. Living without a User's Manual for Grown-up Life : The Care of the Self in David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest. Kanto Review of English Literature (Studies in English Literature Regional Branches Combined). 2014. 6. 115-123
  • Yoshihiro Nagano. The Cult of Individualism in a Therapeutic Culture: David Foster Wallace’s The Broom of the System. Amerika Bungaku: The Tokyo American Literature Society Kaiho. 2011. 72. 25-35
  • Yoshihiro Nagano. Inside the Dream of the Warfare State: Mass and Massive Fantasies in Don DeLillo's Underworld. CRITIQUE-STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY FICTION. 2010. 51. 3. 241-256
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Books (1):
  • Thomas Pynchon: Empire, War, System, and the Lives of the Preterite [Japanese lang] ( Encounter with American Literature Series, Supervising Editor, Koichi Suwabe)
    Sanshusha 2019 ISBN:9784384059427
Lectures and oral presentations  (10):
  • Thomas Pynchon and Imagination in the Context of War
    (Branch Meeting of the Tokyo American Literature Society 2024)
  • Re-Imagining Enemy Aliens after Radiation Exposure: Richard Powers’s Prisoner’s Dilemma
    (The 62th American Literature Society of Japan National Convention 2023)
  • Undesirable Aliens in the National Imaginary: Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49
    (The 54th American Literature Society of Japan National Convention 2015)
  • A Report on Teaching a TOEIC Course
    (The TOEIC Forum: The Faculty Development Symposium for Full- and Part-time Sophia University Junior College Division English Teachers 2013)
  • Welcome to My Class: Required English I-Living with Others: Exploring Relationships and Life Values
    (The Faculty Development Symposium for Full- and Part-time Sophia University Junior College Division English Teachers 2012)
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Professional career (3):
  • B.A. in English (Sophia University)
  • M.A. in English (Sophia University)
  • Ph.D. in English (The University at Buffalo, State University of New York)
Association Membership(s) (3):
The Modern Language Association of America ,  The English Literary Society of Japan ,  The American Literature Society of Japan
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