基本情報

所属
駒澤大学 (Komazawa University) 総合教育研究部 外国語第一部門 (Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Department of English) 准教授 (Associate Professor)
学位
Ph.D. in African Studies(2012年7月 University of Birmingham)
修士(学術)(2005年3月 東京大学)

研究者番号
70728146
ORCID ID
 https://orcid.org/0009-0006-9484-9225
J-GLOBAL ID
201401015598605853
researchmap会員ID
B000241704

外部リンク

Nozomi SAWADA (澤田 望) is an Associate Professor at the Department of English, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Komazawa University, Tokyo. She worked as an Assistant Professor in the Center for Global Communication Strategies, in cooperation with Department of English Language, the University of Tokyo, before accepting the position of a tenured lecturer in Komazawa University in April 2016. Her primary focus has been on early print culture in British West Africa, and the way in which newspapers were utilized as a tool for expressing African agency and reconstructing the social history of colonial Nigeria, 1880s-1920s. Her current project is on an experiment with research methods, combining qualitative and quantitative text analysis on historical newspapers.

Nozomi Sawada holds a Ph.D. degree in African Studies from the University of Birmingham (2012, Centre of West African Studies), with a dissertation on the history of associational activities and their representations in early African-owned newspapers in colonial Lagos (Supervisors: Prof. Karin Barber & Dr. Insa Nolte, Examiners: Prof. Stephanie Newell & Dr. Kate Skinner). Her Ph.D. thesis, "The educated elite and associational life in early Lagos newspapers: in search of unity for the progress of society" won the R. E. Bradbury Memorial Prize (2012).
You can find her thesis from the following link:
http://etheses.bham.ac.uk/3274/
and her more recent works:
https://researchmap.jp/nsawada?lang=en


論文

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MISC

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書籍等出版物

  2

講演・口頭発表等

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Works(作品等)

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共同研究・競争的資金等の研究課題

  7

学術貢献活動

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社会貢献活動

  2

その他

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