YOSHINO Mizue

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Name
YOSHINO Mizue
Affiliation
Surugadai University
Section
Faculty of Contemporary Cultures
Degree
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Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1987
Graduate School, Division of Letters, The University of Tokyo
 

Published Papers

 
Akiyama Yoko, Hamada Yusuke, Yoshino Mizue, Maeyama Kanako
Surugadai University studies   0(28) 129-148   2004
Yoshino Mizue
Surugadai University studies   0(11) 13-29   1995

Misc

 
Uchida Yasuo, Nobuoka Nao, Yoshino Mizue, Arai Shinichi
Surugadai University studies   0(20) 181-192   2000
Uchida Yasuo, Nobuoka Nao, Yoshino Mizue, Arai Shin'ichi
Surugadai University studies   0(19) 117-166   Nov 1999
The Tales of Ise, No. 69 and a Violation of a Taboo : The Hidden Power of Saigu (royal priestess of the Ise Shrine)
SURUGADAI UNIVERSITY STUDIES   8,35-50    1994
Views of the Ancient Japanese on the After life : The Peculiarity of the Tale of Genji
SURUGADAI UNIVERSITY STUDIES   (11) 13-29   1995
The Narrative Significance of the Changing Position of Royal Priestesses : Where They Stand in The tale of Sagoromo
SURUGADAI UNIVERSITY STUDIES   (13) 21-35   1996

Research Grants & Projects

 
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(C))
Project Year: 2008 - 2010    Investigator(s): Mizue YOSHINO
This study looked at women's diaries, letters, and autobiographies in Heian and Meiji Japan, the 18th- and 19th-century-Britain and the United States. It explored the way how they help shape the public sphere, even as, or perhaps because, they use...
The problem of the line of sovereigns in The Tale of Genji