IGARASHI Hirohisa

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Name
IGARASHI Hirohisa
Affiliation
Toyo University
Section
Faculty of Life Sciences
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
MA
Research funding number
20300634

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1995
Shakespeare, European Language, Literature & Thought, University of London
 
 
 - 
1994
Faculty of Literature, Ritsumeikan University
 

Published Papers

 
The Bulletin of the Institute of Human Sciences, Toyo University   (13) 93-105   Mar 2011
The Bulletin of the Institute of Human Sciences, Toyo University   (12) 77-97   Mar 2010
HJU studies in English language and literature   (17) 1-22   Mar 2009

Misc

 
A Perspective of the use of Psychoanalysis as a Textual and Cultural Critique
Jpanese Colleges of Technology Education Journal   (21) 111-119   1998
On Literariness : Prolegomena to post-structuralist study of poetic language ‥‥ the case of Shakespeare's 116th Sonnet
Reserch Reports of Takamatsu National College of Technology (]G0061[)33   (33) 49-59   1998
The Effect of Shakespeare's Invention of the Ghost in ┣DBHamlet(/)-┫DB
Reserch Reports of Takamatsu National College of Technology   (34) 59-71   1999
The Role of Friar Laurence in ┣DBRomeo(/)-┫DB┣DBand(/)-┫DB┣DBJuliet(/)-┫DB
HJU STUDIES IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERA TURE   (第8) 1-28   2000
What Causes ┣DBHAMLET(/)-┫DB to be an"artistic failure"? : The Significance of the Suspicious Line"List, list, O list! "assigned to King ┣DBHamlet(/)-┫DB's Ghost
HJU STUDIES IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE   (9) 1-37   2001

Research Grants & Projects

 
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(若手研究(B))
Project Year: 2008 - 2009    Investigator(s): Hirohisa IGARASHI
When Shakespeare's tragic heroes such as Hamlet, Othello and Macbeth were played by Richard Burbage for the first time, their characteristics essentially fulfilled the conditions of stage clowns. The late eighteenth century marked the moment where...
Shakespeare Studies