Neil Addison

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Name
Neil Addison
Nickname
Neil
E-mail
addisonnfc.jwu.ac.jp
Affiliation
Japan Women's University
Section
Faculty of Integrated Arts and Social Sciences Department of Humanities and Cultures
Job title
Associate Professor

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2018
 - 
Today
Associate Professor, Faculty of Integrated Arts and Social Sciences, Department of Humanities and Cultures, Japan Women's University
 
2014
 - 
Mar 2018
Associate Professor, Department of Literature and Culture, Tokyo Woman's Christian University
 

Education

 
2015
 - 
Today
PhD Candidate in English Literature, University of Birmingham
 
2005
 - 
2007
Masters Degree in Linguistics, University of Southampton
 
1996
 - 
1999
Bachelor of Arts Degree in English Literature, University of Kent at Canterbury
 

Awards & Honors

 
Nov 2018
優秀論文賞佳作 [Dickens, Hardy and "a London Particular": Scientific Entropy, Medical Epidemiology and the Miasmic Literary City], 日本ヴィクトリア朝文化研究学会
 

Published Papers

 
Nineteenth-Century Literature, Bunmei Kaika and Charlotte Bronte Adapted: English Literary Classics in the Japanese University
Neil Addison
Faculty of Integrated Arts and Social Sciences Journal   29 69-81   Mar 2019
Dickens, Hardy and "a London Particular": Scientific Entropy, Medical Epidemiology and the Miasmic Literary City
Neil Addison
Studies in Victorian Culture   16 129-152   Nov 2018   [Refereed]
よろめいて獣性へ戻り:イシグロの忘れられた巨人とテニソンの国王牧歌 [To Reel Back Into the Beast: Ishiguro’s The Buried Giant and the Legacy of Tennyson’s The Idylls of the King]
Neil Addison
Mita Bungaku: A Literary Quarterly   133 118-131   Apr 2018   [Refereed][Invited]
"To Circle Round One Centre of Pain": Oscar Wilde, Thomas Hardy and the Human Condition
Neil Addison, Barnaby Ralph
Oscar Wilde Studies   16 115-140   Nov 2017   [Refereed]
“A Multiplicity of Syrinxes”: Hardy’s Tess of the d’Urbervilles, Barrett Browning’s Aurora Leigh, and the Evolution of Victorian Purity
Neil Addison
The Bulletin of the Thomas Hardy Society of Japan   43 57-76   Sep 2017   [Refereed]

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Survival of the Wittiest: Evolution, Devolution and Intelligent Design in Oscar Wilde’s Art
Neil Addison
13th ICLLCE, Singapore   18 Mar 2019   
"Beautiful Adaptations Everywhere": Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species and Thomas Hardy's Poetic Adaptations
Neil Addison
The Victorian Studies Society of Japan, Japan Women's University, Tokyo   17 Nov 2018   
"About a London Particular": Fog, Pollution and the Entropic Novel City of Dickens and Hardy
Neil Addison
The 90th English Literary Society of Japan Annual General Meeting, Tokyo   20 May 2018   
"From Lower Cells of Waking Life": The Evolution of Oscar Wilde's Poetry
Neil Addison
The 42nd Oscar Wilde Society of Japan Annual General Meeting, Keio University   2 Dec 2017   
“Immortal Shades” and the Victorian Imagination Romantically Unbound in Thomas Hardy’s Elegiac Verse
Neil Addison
The British Association of Victorian Studies, 2017, Lincoln, Great Britain   23 Aug 2017   

Others

 
Feb 2017   Liberlit 8: Demystifying without Diminishing the Literary Text, Tokyo Woman's Christian University
Neil Addison, Noriyuki Harada (Conference Organizers)
Feb 2016   Liberlit 7: Intercultural Limits and Liminality, Tokyo Woman's Christian University
Neil Addison, Noriyuki Harada (Conference Organizers)