SCOTT Jennifer

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Name
SCOTT Jennifer
Affiliation
Shujitsu University
Section
Faculty of Human Studies, Department of Practical English, Department of Practical English
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor (Literature)(University of Tasmania (Australia))

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2017
 - 
Today
Professor, Department of English, Shujitsu University
 
Apr 2003
 - 
Mar 2017
Lecturer, Department of English, Shujitsu University
 
Apr 2001
 - 
Mar 2002
Part-time lecturer, Shujitsu, Okayama University, Notre Dame Seishin, Sanyo Gakuen Universities
 
Apr 2000
 - 
Jul 2000
Part-time lecturer, School of Asian Languages & Studies, University of Tasmania
 
Jul 1998
 - 
Nov 1998
Part-time lecturer, School of Asian Languages & Studies, University of Tasmania
 

Education

 
 
 - 
2002
Doctoral Studies Japanese Literature, School of Asian Languages and Studies, University of Tasmania
 
 
 - 
1995
BA (Hons)- Japanese, Faculty of Humanities, School of Asian Languages and Studies, University of Tasmania
 

Awards & Honors

 
1995
University of Tasmania Medal
 

Published Papers

 
Furui Yoshikichi’s Hijiri : Spiritual Traditions Engulfed by Modernity
SCOTT Jennifer
Proceedings of the Association for Japanese Literary Studies 23rd Annual Conference      Nov 2015   [Invited]
Practical Tips for Extensive Reading
SCOTT Jennifer, COX Jason, SOWER Craig
KUIS 2014 Conference proceedings   13    Apr 2015   [Invited]
The 2014 Man Booker Prize Winner: Richard Flanagan’s The Narrow Road to the Deep North
SCOTT Jennifer
31    Jan 2015   [Invited]
The Influence of the German Novelle on the Works of Mori Ogai
SCOTT Jennifer
43    Feb 2014   [Invited]
Ten Years of Teaching Understanding Other Cultures – Australia: A Retrospective
SCOTT Jennifer
30    Jan 2014   [Invited]
Process Writing for Japanese University Students
SCOTT Jennifer, SOWER Craig
KUIS 2013 Conference Proceedings      2014
Furui Yoshikichi – Travel and Liminality
SCOTT Jennifer
Proceedings of the 2007 Association for Japanese Literary Studies Conference      2008   [Invited]
Kurahashi Yumiko - Cruel Fairytales for Adults
SCOTT Jennifer
36    Feb 2007   [Invited]
Early Japanese Presence in Australia 1868-1918
SCOTT Jennifer
21    Mar 2005   [Invited]
Illness and Liminality in Furui Yoshikichi’s Tamashii no hi and Aihara
SCOTT Jennifer
34    Feb 2005   [Invited]
Reflecting on Creative Writing Classes
SCOTT Jennifer
20    Feb 2004   [Invited]
The salaryman in FuruiYoshikichi’s short stories
SCOTT Jennifer
33    Feb 2004   [Invited]
Book Review: Embracing the Firebird. By Yosano Akiko.
SCOTT Jennifer
Pacific Affairs   76(3)    Oct 2003   [Invited]
Liminality in the Late Twentieth Century
SCOTT Jennifer
University of Tasmania      Feb 2002   [Refereed]
Paradox in the Writing of Furui Yoshikichi
SCOTT Jennifer
Papers of the 10thBiennial Conference of the JSAA      2000   [Invited]
Book Review: Path of the Flowering Thorn by Makoto Ueda.
SCOTT Jennifer
Pacific Affairs   72(3)    Mar 1998   [Invited]

Books etc

 
Paradox in the Writing of Furui Yoshikichi
Coloniality, posrcoloniality and modernity in Japan Monash Asia Institute, Melbourne   2000   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Adaptation and intertextuality in Ennosuke IV’s Super Kabuki One Piece
SCOTT Jennifer
NZASIA Otago University   27 Nov 2017   
Furui Yoshikichi: Processing childhood wartime trauma
SCOTT Jennifer
JSAA Conference   29 Jun 2017   
Introduction to kabuki in English [Invited]
SCOTT Jennifer
English Summer Session 2016 Suruga University Global Center   15 Sep 2016   
Furui Yoshikichi’s Shinpi no hitobito: More than just an ‘essay on translation’
SCOTT Jennifer
2nd East Asian Translation Studies Conference   9 Jul 2016   
Japan’s Setouchi Triennale: A Global Asian Art Space Reinvigorating Island Communities
SCOTT Jennifer
New York Conference on Asian Studies   16 Oct 2015   
Furui Yoshikichi’s Hijiri : Spiritual Traditions Engulfed by Modernity
SCOTT Jennifer
AJLS Conference   Oct 2015   
Deeree Girls - Fantastic Girls Okayama 1980
SCOTT Jennifer
JSAA Conference   Jul 2015   
Japan’s Setouchi Triennale: Reinvigorating Island Communities
SCOTT Jennifer
ASAA Conference   Jul 2014   
The Representation of Women Through Kyogen Costume [Invited]
SCOTT Jennifer
a. Technologies of Gender: Shaping Women’s Bodies through Kimono and Costume in Post-Meiji Japan   Feb 2014   
Process Writing for Japanese University Students
SCOTT Jennifer, SOWER Craig
Summer Seminar 2013: KUIS 12th Conference on Language Teaching & Learning   Jul 2013   
Furui Yoshikichi: The city-country divide
SCOTT Jennifer
JSAA Conference   Jul 2013   
Furui Yoshikichi’s Sumika: The Home as a Liminal Space
SCOTT Jennifer
British Association of Japanese Studies   Sep 2012   
Culture as a Force for Regional Revitalization: The Setouchi International Art Festival’
SCOTT Jennifer
JSAA Conference   Jul 2011   
Furui Yoshikichi: A fluid position between life and death
SCOTT Jennifer
Cultural Typhoon 2010 in Komazawa – Liaisoning the Public Sphere and Asia Through the Screen   Jul 2010   
Japan from outside Japan – Tawada Yoko
SCOTT Jennifer
ASAA Conference   Jul 2010   
A Reverse Perspective: Using examples from Kurahashi Yumiko in Japanese university ESL creative writing classes
SCOTT Jennifer
Inter-Asia: Cultural Typhoon in Tokyo   Jul 2009   
The demise of the Okayama International Villa Group - kokusaika gives way to economic reality
SCOTT Jennifer
JSAA Conference   Jul 2009   
Using Kurahashi Yumiko’s Otona no tame no zankoku douwa in Japanese university ESL creative writing classes [Invited]
SCOTT Jennifer
University of Tasmania Literature Workshop   Sep 2008   
Between Color and Sky: Furui Yoshikichi: Liminal Spaces and States
SCOTT Jennifer
Cultural Typhoon in Sendai   Jun 2008   
Furui Yoshikichi: Observing the Everyday in Close-up Slow Motion
SCOTT Jennifer
JSAA Conference   Jul 2007   
Furui Yoshikichi - Travel and Liminality
SCOTT Jennifer
AJLS Conference   Jul 2006   
Love as a form of violence: Katayama Kyouichi's Sekai no chushin de, ai o    sakebu.
SCOTT Jennifer
ASAA Conference   Jun 2006   
Katayama Kyouichi - from the Furui-esque to jun'ai bestsellers
SCOTT Jennifer
JSAA Conference   Jul 2005   
Hansen’s Disease Literature - Voices from Isolation
SCOTT Jennifer
ASAA Conference   Jun 2004   
Furui Yoshikichi’s Yoake no ie: The changing world of the salaryman
SCOTT Jennifer
JSAA Conference   Jul 2003   
The Liminality of Illness in Furui Yoshikichi’s Writing
SCOTT Jennifer
JSAA Conference   Dec 1999   
Intertextuality: Furui Yoshikichi and Noh
SCOTT Jennifer
ASAA Conference   Jul 1998   
Furui Yoshikichi: The Self Divided
SCOTT Jennifer
Harvard Graduate Conference for Japanese Studies   Apr 1998   
Paradox in the Writing of Furui Yoshikichi
SCOTT Jennifer
JSAA Conference   Jul 1997   

Research Grants & Projects

 
The 'Salaryman' in Furui Yoshikichi's short stories
Project Year: 2002 - 2003