KOSUGI Sei

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Name
KOSUGI Sei
Affiliation
Osaka University
Section
Graduate School of Language and Culture
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
MA
Research funding number
40324834

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
2000
   
 
-
 
 
   
 
Assistant Professor,
 
 
   
 
Faculty of Language and Culture,
 
 
   
 
Osaka University
 

Education

 
Apr 1993
 - 
Mar 1996
Faculty of Literature, Kobe College
 
Apr 1987
 - 
Mar 1991
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Kobe College
 

Published Papers

 
Trans-Pacific Imagination in the Anthropocene: The Work of Wu Ming-Yi and Alexis Wright
KOSUGI Sei
The Southern Hemisphere Review   34 12-31   Mar 2019   [Refereed]
Hauora Maori: Indigenous Language Education, Environment and the Production of Literature
KOSUGI Sei
67-78   May 2011
Sei Kosugi
Locating Woolf: The Politics of Space and Place   81-96   Jun 2007
Kosugi Sei
Virginia Woolf Review   15(0) 1-15   1998   [Refereed]
A Close Conspiracy: Mother-Daughter Relationship in Maxine Hong Kingston’s The Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Girlhood among Ghosts.
Sei KOSUGI
The Edgewood Review   第21号 pp.143-61.    1994
Indigenous Language Education, Media and Literature: Postcolonial Formations in Aotearoa New Zealand
Sei KOSUGI
Postcolonial Formation (Osaka University, 2006)   53-64   May 2006

Misc

 
Kosugi Sei
The Southern Hemisphere review   33(0) 4-4   2017
(Oral presentation) Nationalism and Countryside : Structure of Feeling in the 1930s Britain
Virginia Woolf Society in Japan      2002
"Dynamics of Repetition : Subversion and Resistance in Two Contemporary Plays" Words and Repetition
Faculty of Language and Culture, Osaka University   pp. 25-36    2002
"Silenced History, Untold Past: Self-Representation of Australian Aborigine" Cultural Studies: Theory and Practice II --Postcolonial & Globalization--
Faculty of Language and Culture, Osaka University   pp. 35-44    2002
"Formation of Postcolonial Subject in New Zealand" Cultural Studies : Theory and Practice
Faculty of Language and Culture, Osaka University   pp. 73-86    2001
(Oral presentation) Virginia Woolf as a Natural Historian
The 11th Conference of International Virginia Woolf Society (University of Wales, Bangor)      2001
(Oral presentation) Madness as Strategy : Janet Frame and Virginia Woolf
Japanese Society of English Literature and Language      1998
(Oral presentation) Kindred Souls:Reading Woolf and Foucault through Kamiya's Eyes (read at a panel titled "Miyeko Kamiya's Encounter with Virginia Woolf:A Japanese Woman Psychiatrist's Waves of Her Own")
The 7th Annual Conference of International Virginia Woolf Society (Plymouth State College, USA)      1997
Woolf and Drama : In the Context of Amature Drama Movements in Britain
The Edgewood Review   (23) 1-38   1996
Kosugi Sei
Virginia Woolf Review   12(0) 77-80   1995
James King : ┣DBVirginina Woolf(/)-┫DB (1994)
Virginia Woolf Review   (12) 77-80   1995
Woolf's Vision of Androgyny : Crossing the Boundary in ┣DBOrlando : A Biography(/)-┫DB
(3) 81-93   1995
A Close Conspiracy : Mother-Daughter Relationship in Maxine Hong Kingston's ┣DBThe Woman Warrior : Memoirs of a Girlhood Among Ghosts(/)-┫DB.
The Edgewood Review   (12) 143-161   1994
┣DBOrlando(/)-┫DB : Woolf's Utopian Vision of Androgyny
Bulletin of Osaka College of Music   (32) 162-174   1993
Contemporary New Zealand Plays: At the Intersection of South Pacific Immigrant Culture and Indigenous Culture
Postcolonial Formations IV (Osaka University, 2009)   31-40
Indigenous Fijians and Indian Fijians in Fiji: Can Postcolonialism Get Over the Ethnic Nationalism?
Postcolonial Formations III (Osaka University, 2008)   49-60
Whale, Flying Fish and Tigar
The Rising Generation (June 2007)   153(3) p. 149
Indigenous Culture and Medicine in New Zealand: Hauora Māori
Postcolonial Formations II (Osaka University, 2007)   17-30

Books etc

 
Sairyusha   Sep 2019   ISBN:9784779126147
NG Lynda, ed (Part:Joint Work, Survival, Environment and Creativity in a Global Age: Alexis Wright’s Carpentaria, pp. 135-158.)
Giramondo Publishing   Oct 2018   ISBN:1925336425
Performing Identities: Celebrating Indigeneity in the Arts
G. N. Devy, Geoffrey V. Davis, K. K. Chakravarty eds. (Part:Joint Work, Chapter 16 ‘Indigenous Knowledge and Global Translation: Reconstruction of Australia through Aboriginal Imagination in Alexis Wright’s Carpentaria’ pp. 270-285.)
Routledge   Feb 2015   
He Maramataka Hapanihi
KOSUGI Sei
Kaitoro Publishers   Nov 2012   
English Literature Boyond Borders: From a Perspective of Postcolonial/Cultural Studies
Eihosya   2010   ISBN:978-4269710344
Jun 2009   ISBN:4775401572
Locating Woolf : The Politics of Space and Place
Palgrave Macmillan   2007   ISBN:978-0230500730
Contemporary Postcolonial Literature (Ed. Shigeo Kimura)
Koyoshobo   2004   ISBN:978-4771015562

Conference Activities & Talks

 
British and American Nuclear Testing in Christmas Island (Kiritimati): from the Viewpoint of I-Kiribati Civilian Residents
KOSUGI Sei
National Museum of Ethnology (Inter-University Research Project)    30 Nov 2019   
'Nuclear Issues in the Pacific: Can Our Imagination Save the Planet?'
KOSUGI Sei
The 40th Anniversary of The Australia and New Zealand Literary Society of Japan--Commemorative Event   2 Nov 2019   
'Trans-Pacific Imagination of Resistance and Resilience in the Anthropocene'
KOSUGI Sei
Innovative Textual Practices in English in the Asia-Pacific   19 Oct 2019   
‘Narrative of i-Kiribati Civilian Residents in Kiritimati: Nuclear Legacies and Pollution’
KOSUGI Sei
IUAES Inter-Congress 2019 (International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences)   30 Aug 2019   
Memories of i-Kiribati Civilian Residents in Kiritimati about British and American Nuclear Tests
KOSUGI Sei
6 Jul 2019   
'Island-to-Island Imagination: Wu Ming-Yi, Eunice Andrada and Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner' [Invited]
KOSUGI Sei
7 Dec 2018   
'After 60 Years from the UK and USA Nuclear Tests: Narrative of i-Kiribati Civilian Residents in Kiritimati (Christmas Island), Kiribati'
KOSUGI Sei
UGAT Conference, Palawan National University, 8-10 November, 2018   8 Nov 2018   
'Anthropocene Ecocriticism and Trans-Pacific Imagination of Wu Ming-Yi and Alexis Wright'
KOSUGI Sei
The 6th International Symposium on Literature and Environment in East Asia, Taipei, 20-21 October, 2018   20 Oct 2018   
'Lemi Ponifasio’s Planetary Imagination and Performing Arts in Oceania'
KOSUGI Sei
The Pacific Arts Association (PAA) Conference ‘Making the Invisible Visible’ National University of Samoa, Apia, 27 Nov-1 Dec, 2017   27 Nov 2017   
'Empires, Culture and Memories: Lemi Ponifasio’s Planetary Imagination and Performing Arts in Oceania', (Keynote)
KOSUGI Sei
The 21st annual conference of the New Zealand Studies Association (NZSA), University of Vienna, 1-4 July 2015   4 Jul 2015   
'Reading and Teaching Pacific Literature in Japan'
KOSUGI Sei
The 11th Triennial Conference of SPACLALS (South Pacific Association of Commonwealth Language & Literary Studies), Wellington, 23-25 June 2011   23 Jun 2011   
Multicultural Teaching Resource for Indigenous Education: From a Maori and Japanese Perspective
WIPCE(World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education)   2011   
'Negotiation between the Local and the Global in Literary Production in Oceania: Should It Be Translated?'
KOSUGI Sei
Chotro III : Local Knowledge, Global Translations: The Imagination & the Images of Indigenous Communities in the Twenty-First Century. (At Delhi and Chail, India.) 13 September, 2010.   13 Sep 2010   
'Hauora Māori: Indigenous Language Education, Environment and the Production of Literature'
KOSUGI Sei
The 15th Triennial ACLALS Conference. (At Nicosia, Cyprus.) 10 June, 201   10 Jun 2010   
'Environmental Arts and Literature Across the Pacific'
KOSUGI Sei
The 23rd annual conference of the New Zealand Studies Association (NZSA), University of Strasbourg, 7-10 July 2017   7 Jul 2017   

Research Grants & Projects

 
: National Museum of Ethnology Joint-Research Project
Project Year: Oct 2018   
British and postcolonial literature, Culture, society and art from the Victorian era to the mid-20th century
Oceanian studies (Postcolonial/ indigenous/ migrant literature, indigenous language education)

Social Contribution

 
Dr Selina Tusitala Marsh, Tokotoko Tales: A Poetically Indigenous Environmentalism
[Presenter, Planner]  (Art Area B1)  11 Dec 2018
Open Lecture (Dr. Selina Tusital Marsh): What's New/Niu about the New Zealand Poet Laureate?
[Commentator, Presenter, Planner]  10 Dec 2018