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Japanese texts (J3, J5) These two papers allow first-year students (J3) and second-year students (J5) to read a wide range of real-world texts that encompass a variety of styles () and contents in a variety of media. (30 pages) 2007 ‘Fushinseki no honkoku to kaisetsu.

My teaching covered various aspects of Japanese Studies, namely pre-modern and early-modern Japanese literature, classical Japanese and modern Japanese language at both undergraduate and graduate levels.

In 2010 I joined the School of Modern Languages at Newcastle University (UK).

The interdisciplinary and multicultural environment and, in particular, the privilege of working with two German medievalists/early-modernists (Prof Henrike Lahenemann and Dr Elizabeth Andersen) nurtured some of the theoretical aspects of my research on Japanese early-modern prose.

I was invited to be a visiting scholar at the University of British Columbia (2008), Keio University (2009), Leiden University (2009), Leuven University (2009), Ritsumeikan University (2010), Japan Women's University (2016).

Japanese texts (J3, J5) These two papers allow first-year students (J3) and second-year students (J5) to read a wide range of real-world texts that encompass a variety of styles () and contents in a variety of media. (30 pages) 2007 ‘Fushinseki no honkoku to kaisetsu.

My teaching covered various aspects of Japanese Studies, namely pre-modern and early-modern Japanese literature, classical Japanese and modern Japanese language at both undergraduate and graduate levels.

In 2010 I joined the School of Modern Languages at Newcastle University (UK).

The interdisciplinary and multicultural environment and, in particular, the privilege of working with two German medievalists/early-modernists (Prof Henrike Lahenemann and Dr Elizabeth Andersen) nurtured some of the theoretical aspects of my research on Japanese early-modern prose.

I was invited to be a visiting scholar at the University of British Columbia (2008), Keio University (2009), Leiden University (2009), Leuven University (2009), Ritsumeikan University (2010), Japan Women's University (2016).

While enabling students to familiarize themselves with reading these sources, the paper also train them in how to translate in a rigorous and effective manner. (21 pages) Critical editions cum studies (published in Japanese journals and books) 2012 Critical edition of Chikusai ryōji no hyōban 竹斎療治之評判 (1685). Kinsei shoki no haiburiddo bungaku no ichirei’『ふしんせき』の翻刻と解説-近世初期の「ハイブリッド文学の一例」 (‘Transcription and analysis of Fushinseki. (52 pages) 2005 ‘Mario Marega bunko shozō kurohon – aohon Fujito mondō ni tsuite.