IMAI Hiromi

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IMAI Hiromi
Tohoku Bunkyo Junior College
Department of Liberal Arts
Job title
Associate Professor
Master(Literature)(Tohoku University)

Research Areas


Academic & Professional Experience

Apr 1998
Mar 2017
part-time teacher, Dept. of English Literature, Miyagi Women's University
Apr 1998
Mar 2001
Associate Professor, Dept. of English Literature, Yamagata Women's Junior College
Apr 1996
Mar 1998
part-time teacher, Education Center, Tohoku Univeristy
Apr 1992
Mar 1998
lecturer, Dept. of English Literature, Yamagata Women's College
Apr 1993
Mar 1995
part-time teacher, Dept.of Liberal Arts, Yamagata University
Apr 2001
Mar 2005
associate professor, Department of English, Yamagata Junior College
Apr 2005
Mar 2009
associate professor, Department of Liberal Arts, Yamagata Junior College
Apr 2009
Mar 2010
Associate Professor, Dept. of Liberal Arts, Tohoku Bunkyo Junior College
Apr 2010
Professor, Dept of Liberal Arts, Tohoku Bunkyo College: Dept of Liberal Arts


Apr 1989
Mar 1992
English Literature, Faculty of Arts and Letters, Graduate School / Tohoku University
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Tohoku University
Apr 1984
Mar 1989
Humanities, English Literature, Department of Humanities, Hirosaki University
Faculty of Humanities, Hirosaki University

Published Papers

Gender Troubles Considered with Emotional Struggles: A Report on the Women Studies Seminar 2015 by FALA of Yamagata City
Hiromi IMAI
Educational Research of Tohoku Bunkyo College / Tohoku Bunkyo Junior College   (第6号) 33-48   Nov 2015   [Refereed]
Affecting Tears and Intricate Narrative in Henry Mackenzie’s The Man of Feeling
Hiromi IMAI
Bulletin of Tohoku Bunkyo College / Tohoku Bunkyo Junior College   (第5号) 67-79   Mar 2015   [Refereed]
The Effects of Sensibility in the Early Works of Helen Maria Williams and William Wordsworth's Sonnet Dedicated to Williams
Hiromi IMAI
Bulletin of Tohoku Bunkyo College / Tohoku Bunkyo Junior College   第2号 107-123   Mar 2012   [Refereed]
Sensitivity to 'Pain' and the Britsh Anti-Slavery Movement: Speration of 'Compassion' and 'Redemption' in Hannah More's Work
Hiromi IMAI
Bulletin of Yamagata Junior College   (第41号) 15-34   Mar 2009   [Refereed]


Christopher Nagle, Sexuality and the Culture of Sensibility in the British Romantic Era.
IMAI Hiromi
Studies in English Literature   (第50号) 169-176   Jan 2009   [Refereed][Invited]
Patriarchal Protection and Female Defects in The Rights of Women
Annual Bulletin of The Johnson Society   vol 28    2004
"FeminineSensibility" of Helen Maria Williams in the Time of French Revolution
Proceedings of the 57th Conference of the Tohoku English Literary Society   vol 1    2003
Political Attitude of Helen Maria Williams and the Phalogocentiricism
Proceedings of the 58th Conference of the Tohoku English Literary Society   vol.2    2004
'Poliphonic Approach' to Gender Education for the Department of Regional Comprehensive Studies
Bulletin of Educational Studies of Yamagata Junior College   vol 5    2005
Brief Survey of Women's Studies in Japan, the US and Britain; Educational Issues in Gender Studies
Annual Bulletin of Foundation for in Service Training and Welfare of the Private School   vol 159-160 no.173-183    2002
General Report of the Annual Conference of Women's Studies and Gender Studies 2002.
Bulleitn of Educational Studies of Yamagata Junior College   vol 2    2002
The Intrusive Impetus toward the Boundary between the Sexes in The Spectator
Shiron   vol 35    1996
The 'Fashinable' Rhetoric and the Bad Femininity in The Spectator
Annual Bulletin of Yamagata Junior College   vol 31    1999
A Reconsideration of the Classical Episteme : The Works of 'Nature' and 'Human Nature'
Bulletin of Yamagata Women's Junior College   (27) 123-136   1995


British Women in French Revolution:Helen Maria Williams' 'feminine sensibility'

Social Contribution

To the Forest of Words
[Contribution]  Yamagata News Paper  Yamagata News Paper  Oct 2006 - Today