Tokyo University of Science


YOSHIDA  Yutaka Junior Associate Professor

Tokyo University of Science, Faculty of Engineering, Liberal Arts


Address 6-3-1, Niijuku, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo 125-8585, Japan
TEL : +81-3-5876-1717  ext : 2705
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Under-Graduate School 2004, Waseda University Faculty of Literature English Literature Graduated
Graduate School 2013, Hitotsubashi University Faculty of Language and Society Doctoral course Completed program with degree
Postgraduate Qualification Queen Mary, University of London Writing in Modern Age, MA in English National Institution for Academic Degrees and University Evaluation
Waseda University MA National Institution for Academic Degrees and University Evaluation
Hitotsubashi University Course
Research History 2007 Begins phd course in faculty of language and literature at Hitotsubashi University
2009 MA degree (MA in Modern Age, English literature), Queen Mary, University of London
2013 Phd degree from Hitotsubashi University
2014 Started to work as faculty member of Liberal arts, Department of Engineering, Tokyo University of Science
Employment History 200704-200803 Junior High School and High School of Waseda, Lecturer (Part Time)
200804-200903 Faculty of Politics and Economy, Takushyoku University, Lecturer (Part Time)
201104-201303 Faculty of Law, Senshu University , Lecturer (Part Time)
201204-201303 Faculty of Literature, Tsurumi University, Lecturer (Part Time)
201304- Faculty of Literature, Waseda University [Seminar in English Literature C Colonial /Postcolonial], Lecturer (Part Time)
201304- School of International Liberal Studies, Waseda University [Postcolonial Studies 51], Lecturer (Part Time)
201404- Faculty of Engineering, Tokyo University of Science, Lecturer (Full-Time)
Sex Male
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Research Keyword Caribbean Literature in English, Postcolonial Studies, Cultural Studies, C.L.R. James, Okinawa, Korean War
Research Area Literature in general (English Literature, Caribbean and African Literatures in English, Postcolonial Theory)
Research Institute Theme Studies Anglophone Caribbean Literature, especially focusing on ideas and letters of 1950s and 1960s such as C.L.R. James and George Lamming. The topic that I’m dealing with is: how prisons have had an important role in decolonizing era; 3) how transpacific and transatlantic governance of the old empires (Japan and England, for instance) have been continued by the governance of the new U.S. empire.
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