KAWAMURA Shoko

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Name
KAWAMURA Shoko
Affiliation
Meikai University
Section
Faculty of Languages and Cultures, Department of Chinese
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
Ph.D. in Chinese Literature(Ochanomizu University)

Research Interests

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2018
 - 
Today
Professor, Faculty of Languages and Cultures Department of Chinese, Meikai University
 
Apr 2010
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Mar 2018
Associate Professor, Faculty of Languages and Cultures Department of Chinese, Meikai University
 
Apr 2007
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Mar 2010
Associate Professor, Faculty of Commerce and Economics, Chiba University of Commerce
 
Apr 2004
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Mar 2007
Associate Professor, Faculty of Commerce and Economics, Chiba University of Commerce
 
Apr 2000
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Mar 2004
Associate Professor, Faculty of Commerce and Economics, Chiba University of Commerce
 

Education

 
 
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1999
Graduate School, Doctral Research Course in Human Culture, Ochanomizu University
 
 
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1991
Faculty of Letters and Education, Ochanomizu University
 

Published Papers

 
Verification ofShadowing Ability of Chinese Learners
KAWAMURA Shoko / KANZAKI Tatsushi
Meikai journal - Division of Modern Language   (29) 59-70   Mar 2017   [Refereed]
A Narrative of Gao Xingjian’s “One Man’s Bible”—The question of the first person—
KAWAMURA Shoko
Modern China   (87) 47-57   Sep 2013   [Refereed]
Zhang Chengzhi's perspective on Japan – on ‘Jingzhong Yu Xibie: Zhi Riben(Respect and Sorrow:Farewell to Japan)
KAWAMURA Shoko
Konodai Bulletin of Economic Studies   23(1) 67-84   Mar 2013
Cultural Revolution Described in Gao Xingjian's "One Man's Bible"
KAWAMURA Shoko
24 165-173   Mar 2012
Rethinking of Lu Xinhua's "The Wounded(Shanghen)":In compliance with transvaluation of Scar literature(Shanghen Wenxue)
KAWAMURA Shoko
23 117-128   Mar 2011

Misc

 
When “I” Was Born: Women's Autobiography in Modern China. By Jing M. Wang. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2008. Pp. 276. (
KAWAMURA Shoko
International Journal of Asian Studies   6(02) 259-261   Jul 2009

Books etc

 
What I Have Seen
HEIBONSHA   Apr 2014   
Unforgettable Better Half Xiao Shan; How did Ba Jin Mourn over his Wife’s Death in “The Essays”?
Tamotsu Sato, Masaki Miyao, Ed. “So Mournful; Chinese Literature Confronting the Death” Tokyo: Kyuko Shoin   2002   

Research Grants & Projects

 
a Study on Ba Jin
Cultural Revolution and Literature