Shiroza Saran

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Name
Shiroza Saran
Affiliation
Sophia University
Section
Faculty of Humanities, Department of English Literature
Job title
Assistant Professor
Research funding number
70845114

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Awards & Honors

 
Mar 2014
First High School Memorial Award, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Tokyo
Winner: SHIROZA Saran
 
Mar 2006
First High School Memorial Award
Winner: Saran SHIROZA
 

Published Papers

 
WE and Us: The Transplantation and Transformation of the World Englishes Paradigm in the Japanese Context
SHIROZA Saran
University of Tokyo      Jul 2014   [Refereed]
'Japanese English': A virtual variety
SHIROZA Saran
Linguapax Asia: A retrospective edition of language and human rights issues   80-86   2011   [Refereed]
English language teaching in Japan as a localized pedagogy: the implications of the world Englishes perspective
Saran SHIROZA
Komaba Journal of English Education   1(1) 3-29   2010   [Refereed]
The paradox of World Englishes: from Japanese EFL perspective
Language and Information Sciences   (5)    2007   [Refereed]
The Paradox of ‘World Englishes’: liberation from ‘English’ and domination by ‘Englishes’
SHIROZA Saran
University of Tokyo      Mar 2006   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Globalization: Interviewing globally active alumni
SHIROZA Saran
Kichijo   30-51   Mar 2018   [Invited]

Books etc

 
Interesting Stories Level 1-3
Shiroza Saran (Part:Joint Work)
Obunsha   Oct 2016   
Eigo e no manazashi [Viewing English from Japan]
Shiroza Saran (Part:Joint Work, "Glocalization" of English language teaching in Japan: Establishing global principles and adopting locally appropriate practices)
Hituji Shobo   Jun 2016   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
The discourse on "Early English education for revitalizing local economy": Assumptions and ideologies in language education policies in rural Japan
17th Asia TEFL   27 Jun 2019   
Disentangling the terminological confusion about Japanese English
SHIROZA Saran
20th International Conference of IAWE   18 Dec 2014   
"Japanese English": a local model or a negative model?
14th International Conference of IAWE   2008   
ELT under the WE Paradigm and its implications for the Japanese ELT
13th International Conference of IAWE   2007   
“Japanese English”: a virtual variety
Linguapax Asia   2006   

Others

 
Mar 2011
Diploma in English Language Teaching (Program for College English Instructors at University of Tokyo)