ISHIHARA, Chiaki

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Name
ISHIHARA, Chiaki
Affiliation
Waseda University
Section
Faculty of Education and Integrated Arts and Sciences School of Education
Job title
Professor
Degree
(BLANK)
Research funding number
00159758

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1983
 - 
1993
Toyoko Gakuen Woman's Junior College, Assistant Professor
 
1993
 - 
2003
Seijo University Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1979
Faculty of Arts and Letters, Seijo University
 
 
 - 
1983
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Seijo University
 

Published Papers

 
「あなた」の向こう側-倉橋由美子『パルタイ』(連載「教養として読む現代文学」第8回)
『小説トリッパー』2012年秋号      Sep 2102
家族と権力-『行人』②(連載『漱石と日本の近代』第二十三回)
『波』      May 2015
宗教としての研究-教室で文学は教えられるか-
『日本文学』      Apr 2015
家族と権力-『行人』①(連載『漱石と日本の近代』第二十二回)
『波』      Apr 2015
恋愛と偶然-『彼岸過迄』③(連載『漱石と日本の近代』第二十一回)
『波』      Mar 2015

Books etc

 
なぜ『三四郎』は悲恋に終わるのか-「誤配」で読み解く近代文学
集英社新書   Mar 2015   
教科書で出会った名句・名歌三〇〇(監修)
新潮文庫   Feb 2015   
新潮ことばの扉 教科書で出会った名詩一〇〇(監修)
新潮文庫   Nov 2014   
夏目漱石『三四郎』をどう読むか(責任編集)
河出書房新社   Oct 2014   
打倒! センター試験の現代文
ちくまプリマ-新書   Jul 2014   

Research Grants & Projects

 
A Study of Mystery of Woman as Viewed by Middle Class Readers Meiji and Taisyo
Project Year: Apr 2014 - Mar 2017
The protagonist in Modern Japanese Literature can be divided into two categories; the story-type protagonist who transitions from one state to another, and the novel-type protagonist who ruminates on certain matters. In Meiji Japan, male ntellectu...
A Structuralist Study of the "Modenity" of Natyume Soseki;s Literatyure as Viewed by Moddle Class Readers in the Miji and Taisyo
Project Year: Apr 2011 - Mar 2014
In this study I have demonstraed the difference between Soseki;s iterature and the domestic noveis and novels featuring schoogiris that readers were familiar with at the end of the nineteenth century,and which share some traits with his fiction. F...
A Literary Study of the Formation of Gender in the Infancy of Popular Discourse in the Meiji and Taisho Periods
The enlightenment-based discourses that were directed towards the masses in the Meiji (1868-1912) and Taisho (1912-1926) periods are still continuing today. In this research, I have focused mainly on the discourses concerning the characteristic di...
The Structure of the Integration of the Reader's Horizon of Expectations into Soseki Studies
The purpose of this research project was to clarify how Natsume Soseki dealt with what in literary theory is called the reader's horizon of expectations (the set of expectations that readers bring to a literary text). In so doing, it becomes possi...