Name

PINNINGTON, Adrian J.

Official Title

Professor

Affiliation

(School of International Liberal Studies)

Contact Information

URL

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Researcher Number
50168770

Sub-affiliation

Sub-affiliation

Faculty of International Research and Education(Graduate School of International Culture and Communication Studies)

Educational background・Degree

Degree

D.Phil Thesis United Kingdom

Award

Toshiba International Prize

2002

Research Field

Keywords

English Literature Japanese Literature Comparative Literature

Research interests Career

The Reception of Japanese Classical Literature

Current Research Theme Keywords:The modernization of haiku and tanka

Paper

'Foreign Bodies: "race", gender and orientalism in Tanizaki' in 'Japan and its Others' edited Williams, M. and Hutchinson, R.

Adrian Pinnington

Routledge, London 2005/12-

'Scholarly Introduction' in 'Sakurai Tadayoshi, Hino Ashihei' (Readings in Japanese Propaganda, Volume 4)

Adrian Pinnington

Global Oriental 2003/10-

'Scholarly Introduction' in: 'Okakura Kakuzo (Tenshin), Nitobe Inazo' (Readings in Japanese Propaganda, Volume 3)

Adrian Pinnington

Global Oriental 2003/10-

'Robert Browning's "My Last Duchess" and Renaissance Art' in The Background of European and American Culture and Christianity

Adrian Pinnington

Ferris University, Yokhama 2003/04-

Takaha Shugyo: Selected Haiku

Hoshino Tsunehiko and Adrian Pinnington (editors and translators)

Furansudo, Tokyo 2003/03-

'W.H.Auden's "Musee des Beaux Arts" and Christianity in 'The Background of European and American Culture and Christianity'

Adrian Pinnington

Ferris University 2002/10-

'Yoshimitsu, Benedict, Endo: guilt, shame and the post-War idea of Japan'

Adrian Pinnington

Japan Forum, Routledge, London 13(1) 2001/04-

'Arthur Waley, Decadence and "The Tale of Genji" (in Japanese)

Adrian Pinnington

Genji Kenkyu、Kanrin Shobo, Tokyo 2002/03-

T.S.Eliot, the Bible and "The Journey of the Magi,"'

Adrian Pinnington

Christianity and English Language and Literature、Ferris University 2000/03-

'Haiku in English Translation,' 'Murasaki Shikibu: "The Tale of Genji,"' 'Sei Shonagon: "The Pillow Book" in 'Encyclopaedia of Literary Translation' ed. Olive Classe

Adrian Pinnington

Fitzroy Dearborn, London 2000/01-

Lecture Course

Course TitleSchoolYearTerm
Seminar on Expression 58School of International Liberal Studies2020fall semester
Movements in Japanese Intellectual HistorySchool of International Liberal Studies2020fall semester
International Communications and Culture I S (The Literature and Intellectual History of Japan)Graduate School of International Culture and Communication Studies2020spring semester
International Communications and Culture I F (The Literature and Intellectual History of Japan)Graduate School of International Culture and Communication Studies2020fall semester
International Communications and Culture II F (The Literature and Intellectual History of Japan)Graduate School of International Culture and Communication Studies2020fall semester
Directed Research: International Communications and Culture F (The Literature and Intellectual History of Japan)Graduate School of International Culture and Communication Studies2020fall semester

Others Educational Activity

Office Hours

Detail

Outline:Office hours two times a week