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Hirohisa Igarashi

Faculty
Department of Nutritional Sciences
Institute of Human Sciences
Course of Food and Nutritional Sciences
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Researcher Profile and Settings

Education

  •  - 1997 04 , Hokkaido University, Graduate School of Letters
  •  - 1995 , Queen Mary College, University of London, MA (Modern Languages, Literatures and Thought)
  •  - 1994 , Ritsumeikan University, College of Letters

Association Memberships

  • THE ENGLISH LITERARY SOCIETY OF JAPAN

Committee Memberships

  •   2018 04  - 現在, The Shakespeare Society of Japan, Shakespeare Journal Editorial Commitee Member
  •   2005 04  - 2009 03 , Ushita Elementary Scool (Hiroshima City), External Evaluation Committee Member

Academic & Professional Experience

  •   2013 04  - 現在, Toyo University, Faculty of Food and Nutritional Sciences, Department of Health and Nutritional Science, Professor
  •   2009 04  - 2013 03 , Toyo University, Faculty of Life Sciences, Department of Applied Biosciences, Assosicate Professor
  •   2005 04  - 2009 03 , Hiroshima Jogakuin University, Department of English Studies, Faculty of Literature, Assosicate Professor
  •   2006 04  - 2007 03 , University of Victoria, Department of English, Faculty of Humanities, Visiting Resercher
  •   1999 04  - 2005 03 , Hiroshima Jogakuin University, Department of English Studies, Faculty of Literature, Lecturer
  •   1998 04  - 1999 03 , Takamatsu National College of Technology, Department of General Education, Lecturer
  •   1997 04  - 1998 03 , Takamatsu National College of Technology, Department of General Education, Assintant Professor

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences, Literature - British/English-languag
  • Humanities & social sciences, Literature - European

Research Interests

    Kazuo Ishiguro, Shakespeare and Education, Shakespeare in the 18th century, Shakespeare and Law

Published Papers

  • Lorna Hutson, ed., The Oxford Handbook of English Law and Literature, 1500-1700, Oxford University Press, pp.x+801, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, Shakespeare Studies, Shakespeare Studies, 20 - 22, 03 , Refereed
  • Theory and Practice of Shakespeare Seminar for Students of English Literature, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, (10) 180 - 188, 10 , Invited
  • Shakespeare’ to Improve Understanding of ‘Difficult’ English Passages in EFL Classes at Toyo University, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, Teaching Shakespeare, Teaching Shakespeare, (16) , 09 , Invited
  • Kazuo Ishiguro's A Pale View of Hills as an EFL Teaching Material to Foster Studnets' Nagative Capability, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, 255 - 270, 06
  • Forensic Thinking as Represented in Romeo and Juliet, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, The Bulletin of the Institute of Human Sciences, Toyo University, The Bulletin of the Institute of Human Sciences, Toyo University, (20) 75 - 96, 03 , Refereed
  • The ‘Royal Play’ of Macbeth Reconsidered, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, The Bulletin of the Institute of Human Sciences, Toyo University, The Bulletin of the Institute of Human Sciences, Toyo University, (19) 121 - 32, 03 , Refereed
  • A Thought on the Principles of Action and Sympathy in Shakespeare's Plays, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, 203 - 234, 06
  • A Reflection on the Traditional Method of "Reading Shakespeare", IGARASHI, Hirohisa, (3) 167 - 73, 04 , Invited
  • Review of Joel B. Altman, The Improbability of Othello: Rhetorical Anthropology and Shakespearean Selfhood (U of Chicago P, 2010), IGARASHI, Hirohisa, Shakespeare Studies, Shakespeare Studies, 49, 35 - 37, 03 , Refereed
  • The uniqueness of Shakespeare's portrayal of a Moor: an examination of Othello within the contemporary tradition of representing Turks and Moors, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, The Bulletin of the Institute of Human Sciences, Toyo University, The Bulletin of the Institute of Human Sciences, Toyo University, (13) 93 - 105, 03 , Refereed
  • Othello as a clownish character, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, The Bulletin of the Institute of Human Sciences, Toyo University, The Bulletin of the Institute of Human Sciences, Toyo University, (12) 77 - 97, 03 , Refereed
  • On Hamlet's conscience, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, HJU studies in English language and literature, HJU studies in English language and literature, (17) 1 - 22, 03 , Refereed
  • The Influence of Late Eighteenth-Century Criticism on Modern Representations of Hamlet’s Character, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, HJU studies in English language and literature, HJU studies in English language and literature, (16) 1 - 33, 03 , Refereed
  • The Changing Function of University Libraries and the Future of Shakespeare Studies, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, 1 - 9, 01 , Invited
  • A View of Melancholy in Shakespeare’s Plays, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, (10) 161 - 198, 03 , Refereed
  • Who Might Have Played Mavolio in the Original Performance of Twelfth Night?, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, (9) 289 - 309, 03 , Refereed
  • The Life of Macbeth in Strathdon, Aberdeenshire, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, (69) 5 - 7, 01 , Invited
  • Hamlet's Madness as Love-driven Sickness: An Analysis of Acting by Richard Burbadge in Shakespeare's Original Production of Hamlet, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, HJU studies in English language and literature, HJU studies in English language and literature, 第13号 (2005. 3), (13) 21 - 44, 03 , Refereed
  • An Essay on the Text of Macbeth, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, Navigation of English Worlds, Navigation of English Worlds, 15 - 60
  • How Does the Friar 'Exit' in the Tomb-Scene of Romeo and Juliet?, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, (11) 38 - 56, 03 , Refereed
  • Is Amadeus a Christian Play?: A Thought on the Significance of God and Mozart in Salieri’s World, HJU studies in English language and literature, HJU studies in English language and literature, (10) 19 - 38, 03 , Refereed
  • What Causes HAMLET to be an "artistic failure"?: The Significance of the Suspicious Line "List, list, O list!" assigned to King Hamlet's Ghost, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, HJC studies in English language and literature, HJC studies in English language and literature, (9) 1 - 37, 03 , Refereed
  • The Role of Friar Laurence in Romeo and Juliet, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, HJU STUDIES IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERA TURE, HJU STUDIES IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERA TURE, (8) 1 - 29, 03 , Refereed
  • The Effect of Shakespeare’s Invention of the Ghost in Hamlet, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, Reserch Reports of Takamatsu National College of Technology, Reserch Reports of Takamatsu National College of Technology, (34) 59 - 71, 03
  • A Perspective of the Use of Psychoanalysis as a Textual and Cultural Critique, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, (22) 111 - 119, 03 , Refereed
  • On Literariness: Prolegomena to Post-Structuralist Study of Poetic Language (The case of Shakespeare’s Sonnet 116), IGARASHI, HIrohisa, Reserch Reports of Takamatsu National College of Technology (]G0061[)33, Reserch Reports of Takamatsu National College of Technology (]G0061[)33, (33) 49 - 59, 03

Misc

  • Seminar 1: Shakespeare and Law (Organiser / Chair), Yuusuke Morii, Miki Nakamura, Hirohisa Igarashi, Jessica Chiba, Emiko Danno, The 58th General Meeting of Shakespeare Society of Japan. 5-6 October 2019. Venue: Kagoshima International University,   2019 10 06 , 査読有り
  • Panel: Shakespeare in East Asian Education (Chair), Adele Lee, Sarah Olive, Rosalind Fielding, Kohei Uchimaru, The British Shakespeare Association Conference 2019: Shakespeare, Race and Nation. 17-20 July 2019. (Venue: Swansea University),   2019 07 19 , 招待有り
  • Shakespeare Education in Japan for the New Era(Organiser / Chair), OLIVE, Sarah, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, Venue: Toyo University (Hakusan),   2019 05 23
  • Review of Sae Kitamura, Sheikusupiageki o Tanoshinda Joseitachi: Kinse no Kangeki to Dokusho Hakusuisha: 2018, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, New Perspective, 49, (2) 62 - 63,   2019 02 , 査読有り
  • The 16th (Autumn 2018) Conference English Literary Society of Japan Kanto District Chapter (Chair),   2018 10 27 , 招待有り
  • Shakespeare and Pedagogy (Co-organiser / Chair), Ryuta MINAMI, Sarah OLIVE, Shinichi SUZUKI, Keita KODAMA, Michael RANDOLPH, Kohei UCHIMARU, IGARASHI, Hirohisa・UCHIMARU, Kouhei,   2018 01 06
  • Richard C. McCoy, Faith in Shakespeare (Oxford University Press, 2013), IGRASHI, Hirohisa,   2015 04
  • .... (Chair),   2014 09 06 , 招待有り
  • Lorna Hutson, The Invention of Suspicion: Law and Mimisis in Shakespeare and Renaissance Drama (Oxford University Press, 2007), IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2010 04
  • The 60th Hiroshima Peace Memorial Ceremony (Internet Live) *Simultanious Interpreter, RCC Special Programme,   2005 08 06 , 招待有り
  • Pleasure of Reading a Line from Shakespeare's Plays and Poems, IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2005 02 24

Books etc

  • Improving your English Literacy for Liberal Arts
    リベラルアーツ英語教育研究会
    共編者(共編著者)Kazama Shobo  2016 03
  • Comic Madness, or Tragic Mystery: The Loss of Comic Features and the Invention of the Tragic Mystery in Shakespeare's Hamlet
    Hirohisa IGARASHI
    単著Eihosha  2013 02
  • Bench-Pressing 900 Words: Vocabulary Building for College Students
    分担執筆Kinseido  2013

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Hamlet and the Psychological Mystery, 五十嵐博久,   2019 11 09 , Invited
  • The Sovereignty and Equity in Measure for Measure, 五十嵐博久,   2019 10 06
  • Review: Lorna Hutson, ed., The Oxford Handbook of English Law and Literature , 1500-1700 (Oxford University Press, 2017), 五十嵐博久,   2019 09 29
  • Shakespeare for EFL & Liberal Arts Education for Science Students at Toyo University (circulated among the members of 'The Teaching Shakespeare Seminar' (Coordinators: Helen Mears and Karen Eckersall) *Seminar Paper, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, The British Shakespeare Association Conference 2019: Shakespeare, Race and Nation (Venue: Swansea University),   2019 07 20
  • Shakespeare's Currency in the English Language and Pedagogy, IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2019 01 12 , Invited
  • How does our mind move sympathetically with Shakespeare's dramatic characters?, IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2018 09 09 , Invited
  • The Improbability of Turning Rancour to Love in Yukio Ninagawa’s Romeo and Juliet (2014), IGARASHI, Hirohisa, The British Shakespeare Association Conference 2018: Shakespeare Studies Today (Venue: Queen University, Belfast),   2018 06 16
  • The Collaboration of Critics since the Late-Eighteenth Century in Forming Hamlet's Image, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, “Shakespeare, Collaboration, and Co-Creation” (Coordinators: Mathias Bauer, Angelika Zirker, John D. Cox and David Scott Kastan)(Venue: King's College London), 2016 World Shakespeare Congress: Creating and Re-creating Shakespeare,   2016 08 06
  • A Thought on the Principles of Action and Sympathy in Shakespeare's Plays, 五十嵐博久,   2015 10 10
  • Religion and Juridical Thinking in Romeo and Juliet, IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2015 10 10
  • Scenes from Ninagawa's Romeo and Juliet (2004-2005) (Guest Lecture), Sheila T. Cavanagh, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, Emory & Toyo Joint Project (as Part of Emory University's World Shakespeare Project),   2015 05 22 , Invited
  • The "Royal Play" of Macbeth Viewed from a Japanese Perspective, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, Faculty of Humanities Study Meeting (Organiser: Richard van Oort),   2015 03 15 , Invited
  • Was Macbeth a ‘Royal Play’?, IGARASHI, Hirohisa, The British Shakespeare Association Conference 2014: 'Shakespeare: Text,Power, Authority' (Venue: University of Stirling),   2014 07 04
  • Review: Richard C. McCoy, Faith in Shakespeare (Oxford UP, 2013), IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2013 12 29
  • Shakespeare’s Authorship and Hamlet’s Psychological Mystery, IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2012 07 21
  • The Peculriarity of Shakespeare's Portrayal of Moors as Others, IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2010 10 24
  • Othello as a Comic Character, IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2009 10 24
  • A Review of Lorna Hutson, The Invention of Suspicion: Law and Mimesis in Shakespeare and Renaissance Drama, Oxford: Oxford UP, 2007., IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2009 02 13
  • On Hamlet's Conscience, IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2008 11 01
  • The Influence of Mark Akenside on Hamlet Criticism, IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2007 10 27
  • 大学図書館の機能的変化とシェイクスピア研究の新たなる展望(Keynote Lecture), 五十嵐博久,   2007 09 13 , Invited
  • Hamlet in the 18th Century, IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2007 07 21
  • Hamlet before the Romantics (Guest Lecture), 五十嵐博久, English 366 (Instructor: Dr Gary Kuchar). Department of English, University of Victoria (Canada),   2006 05 24 , Invited
  • Tempest in Japan (Guest Speaker), 五十嵐博久, English 366 (Instructor: Professor Edward Berry). The Department of English, University of Victoria (Canada),   2006 03 09 , Invited
  • On Malvolio in Twelfth Night, IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2005 10 29
  • Malvolio in Twelfth Night Reconsidered, IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2005 06 25
  • The Original Performance of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night(Special Lecture), IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2005 06 01
  • Hamlet's Madness as a Love-Driven Sickness, IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2004 10 09
  • On the Text of Macbeth (Lecture), IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2004 06 03 , Invited
  • A Thought on Hamlet's Madness, IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2004 05
  • An Attempt to Reprieve the Authorial Manuscript of Macbeth, IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2002 11 02
  • The Conceived Process of Textual Transmission of Macbeth, IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2002 07 27
  • The Traces of Authorial Revision in Hamlet (Q2), IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2001 05 12
  • The Friar Doesn't Run Away: The Meeming of "Extit Friar Laurence" in the Tomb Scene of Romeo and Juliet, IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2000 10 28
  • Does Laurence Exit Running Away?: An Editorial Problem for Romeo and Juliet, V. iii. 159-60, IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   2000 06 17
  • Psychoanalysis After the Challenge of New Criticism, IGARASHI, Hirohisa,   1996 10 12

Research Grants & Projects

  • An Investigation of the Clownish Aspects of Shakespeare's Tragic Heroes, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(若手研究(B)), 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 such characteristics began to fade away, and in the Romantic criticism of the nineteenth century the features of these characters were repainted, and their identities became increasingly defined in the frame of tragic heroes.
  • Shakespeare Studies