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List of Invitees to the 12th Hakuho Foundation Japanese Fellowship

A total of 13 researchers from 8 countries have been invited to participate in the 12th Hakuho Foundation Japanese Research Fellowship: 5 in the Japanese language and Japanese language education research category and 8 in the Japanese literature and Japanese culture research category.

Research fields: Japanese language and Japanese language education research

Invitee HWANG Younghee(Korea)
Assistant Professor Department of Japanese, Hanyang Cyber University
Research Subject The Longitudinal Study of Reconstruction Mechanism of Japanese as L2: A Focus on Young Korean Returnees from Japan
Duration Short-Term Round 1
Sep 1, 2017–Feb 28, 2018
Receiving Organization Ochanomizu University
Invitee NODA Mari(USA)
Professor The Ohio State University
Research Subject What Winning Speeches Tell us about Japanese Speeches and Perspectives on Japan: A Half Century of International Speech Contest in Japanese
Duration Short-Term Round 2
Mar 1–Aug 31, 2018
Receiving Organization Waseda University
Invitee OBERWINKLER Michaela Marianne(Germany)
Research Associate Department of Japanese Studies, Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies, University of Tuebingen
Research Subject New Ways of Written Communication in Japan: Analyzing the Language Behavior in Social Network Services (SNS)
Duration Long-Term
Sep 1, 2017–Aug 31, 2018
Receiving Organization Ritsumeikan University
Invitee PIZZICONI Barbara(UK)
Reader in Japanese Applied Linguistics SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies), University of London
Research Subject Discourses of Japanese (Im)Politeness
Duration Short-Term Round 2
Mar 1–Aug 31, 2018
Receiving Organization Ritsumeikan University
Invitee WANG Shihho(Taiwan)
Professor Department of Japanese Language and Culture, Soochow University
Research Subject A Study of a Context-oriented Japanese Pedagogical Grammar: Centered on the Usage of Te-iru
Duration Long-Term
Sep 1, 2017–Aug 31, 2018
Receiving Organization National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics

Research fields: Japanese literature and Japanese culture research

Invitee COOK Ryan Marshall(USA)
Assistant Professor Film and Media Studies and East Asian Studies, Emory University
Research Subject Rethinking the 1960s through Japanese Film: The Showa 30s as Image and Memory
Duration Long-Term
Sep 1, 2017–Aug 31, 2018
Receiving Organization Ritsumeikan University
Invitee HELLYER Robert Ingels(USA)
Associate Professor Department of History, Wake Forest University
Research Subject A Global History of Japan's Tea Export Trade: Socio-economic Perspectives from Production to Consumption, 1850 to 1950
Duration Short-Term Round 2
Apr 1–Aug 31, 2018
Receiving Organization International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Invitee HONG Seunyoung(Korea)
Research Professor Institute of Japanese Studies, Hallym University
Research Subject A Comparative Study of the Form of Theaters in Korea and Japan in the 1910s
Duration Long-Term
Sep 1, 2017–Aug 31, 2018
Receiving Organization International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Invitee KHOMENKO Olga(Ukraine)
Associate Professor Department of History, Faculty of Humanities, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy
Research Subject The Quest for Happiness: Women and Magazine Advertising in Post-war Japan
Duration Short-Term Round 2
Mar 1–Aug 31, 2018
Receiving Organization Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
Invitee LIANG Qing(China)
Lecturer The College of Foreign Languages and Cultures, Xiamen University
Research Subject The Japanization of kanshi of the Early Heian Period: Focusing on SHIMADA Tadaomi and SUGAWARA Michizane
Duration Long-Term
Sep 1, 2017–Aug 31, 2018
Receiving Organization Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
Invitee SASTRE Gregoire Simon Jean(France)
Postdoctoral Researcher East Asian Civilisations Research Center
Research Subject The Foundation of the Japanese Military Intelligence Services and their Role in Japan's Foreign Policy (1870–1918)
Duration Long-Term
Sep 2, 2017–Aug 31, 2018
Receiving Organization Waseda University
Invitee SHIRANE Haruo(USA)
Chair, Shincho Professor of Japanese Literature and Culture Department of East Asian Languages & Cultures, Columbia University
Research Subject Media, Performance, and Popular Culture: Decentering Japanese Literature
Duration Short-Term Round 2
Mar 1–Aug 31, 2018
Receiving Organization Waseda University
Invitee ZAHLTEN Alexander Nikolas(USA)
Associate Professor Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, Harvard University
Research Subject The History of Japan's "Amateur" Media Culture and the Future of the Media
Duration Short-Term Round 2
Mar 1–Aug 31, 2018
Receiving Organization Waseda University

*Invitee titles current at time of selection of Fellows.

Contact

Hakuho Foundation Japanese Research Fellowship Secretariat
Tel: +81 3 6435 8140 Fax: +81 3 6435 8790
E-mail: ip-office@hakuhofoundation-ip.jp

Note: The Hakuho Foundation Japanese Research Fellowship was previously known as the Hakuho Japanese Language Research Fellowship Program.

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