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Susanna PAVLOSKA(スザンナ パヴロスカ)

職名准教授
主な担当科目南北アメリカ地域文化特論3(アメリカの性差文化論)、英語関連科目
所属コース名アメリカコース
研究者情報研究者データベース「研究者情報」(オリジナルサイト)

学生へのメッセージ

 Growing up in the United States, I came to think that the "American way" was the standard for the rest of the world, although of course to some extent all young people grow up thinking this way about their own country, and its way of doing things. College liberal art programs have traditionally been the place where students go to have these views challenged, and be introduced to radically different ways of thinking. The unique point of this Department is that the curriculum incorporates not only one different perspective, but many. During your studies here, you will be able to weigh and compare the views of instructors and fellow students coming from a wide variety of international backgrounds. Having this experience, I believe, will truly prepare you not only to live, but to flourish in today's globalized world.

プロフィール(経歴、趣味、等)

 I earned my PhD American Literature at Princeton University at a time when the field was rapidly transforming under the pressure of debates about what students should be reading and what constitutes "American" literature. My first full-time teaching job was at Kyoto University, where I taught a course on gender and Hemingway, which proved to be popular when I later taught it at Osaka Women's University and Doshisha University, whose faculty I joined in 1997.
 Since 2000, I have been co-teaching "Joint Seminar," a unique course composed half of students from American collleges and half from Doshisha, whose theme is what young people read and watch that helps constitute their identities as "Americans" and "Japanese."
 I spent academic year 2007-2007 in Paris researching the French reception of Gertrude Stein at the Bibliotheque Nationale. In addition, I serve as Associate Director of the International Center, and am also Associate Editor of Kyoto Journal: Perspectives from Asia.

Linked in「Susan Pavloska」(外部サイト)

研究内容

 My research interests focus mainly on the potential of language to lead people into new expressive and imaginative worlds. I have published articles and books on the topics of literary primitivism, gender, and English language teaching, especially in relation to vocabulary studies and the use of literature in the language classroom.

主要業績
  • Modern Primitives: Race and Language in Gertrude Stein, Ernest Hemingway, and Zora Neale Hurston. London: Routledge, 2000.
  • "Towards the Use of Monolingual English Dictionaries: Building a Knowledge of Defining Vocabulary" (with Shimpei Matsui, Tae Okada, and Kenji Ishihara)「言語文化」 第4巻第1号83-112(同志社大学言語文化会)2004
  • "Hemingway's 'The Killers': A Radio Play." Eihosha (forthcoming)