J-GLOBAL ID:201901020421069189   Update date: Feb. 14, 2024

Shek-Noble Liz

Shek-Noble Liz
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Assistant Professor
Research field  (4): Foreign language education ,  Literature - General ,  Literature - British/English-languag ,  Cultural anthropology and folklore
Research keywords  (6): Literary disability studies; contemporary Australian literature; critical animal studies ,  Literary disability studies; contemporary Australian literature; critical animal studies ,  Literary disability studies ,  Contemporary Australian literature ,  Media disability studies ,  Genre studies
Papers (7):
  • Liz Shek-Noble. Media Framing of Disability and Employment in Japan: Traditional and Progressive Approaches. Asia Pacific Media Educator. 2020. 30. 2. 145-159
  • A (Not So) Personal Matter: Understanding Disability in Kenzaburo Oe's Early Novels. The Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies. 2019. 13. 4. 429-443
  • Liz Shek-Noble, Chelsea Temple Jones. "Who Will Clean up the Mess?": Reflections on Media Coverage of a Human-Guide Dog Pair in Southeast Asia. Disability & Society. 2019. 1-20
  • Between Cinema and Philosophy (Book Review). Extrapolation. 2018. 54. 1. 89-92
  • The Joke's on You: Humour as an Antidote to Disruptive Classroom Behaviour. New Directions in Teaching and Learning English Discussion. 2017. 5. 54-59
Lectures and oral presentations  (11):
  • Adapting Tsiolkas, Adapting Indigeneity
    (Adaptation and the Australian Novel Symposium 2021, University of Queensland 2021)
  • Possession in Elizabeth Jolley's <I>The Well</I>
    (Hawaii International Conference on English Language and Literature Studies 2020)
  • Beyond Sagamihara and Tokyo 2020: Rethinking Media Coverage about Disability and Disabled People in Japan
    (Circles of Conversation: 16th Annual Conference of the Canadian Disability Studies Association 2019)
  • Disability Discourse and Its Implications for Teaching Disabled Students in EFL Classes at Japanese Universities
    (2018 Tokyo JALT Member Presentation Showcase 2018)
  • Students with Disabilities and the EFL Classroom
    (JALT2018 Diversity and Inclusion Conference 2018)
Education (3):
  • 2010 - 2015 The University of Sydney Department of English Doctor of Philosophy
  • - 2015 The University of Sydney English Department
  • 2006 - 2009 The University of Sydney Department of English Bachelor of Arts (Hons I)
Professional career (2):
  • Bachelor of Arts(Honours) (The University of Sydney)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (The University of Sydney)
Work history (5):
  • 2021/09 - The University of Tokyo
  • 2019/04 - 2021/08 Showa Women's University Faculty of International Humanities Department of English Language and Communication
  • 2017/07 - 2019/03 New York University School of Professional Studies Global English Program Academic Coordinator
  • 2015/09 - 2017/07 Rikkyo University Center For English Discussion Class
  • 2015/04 - 2015/09 Tamagawa University Center for English as a Lingua Franca
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