NAGAIKE Kazumi

FacultyCenter for International Education and Research
PositionAssociate Professor
 

Profile

Faculty

    Center for International Education and ResearchAssociate Professor

Name

    NAGAIKE Kazumi

Degree(1)

  • University of British Columbia, May 2005

Address

    nagaikecc.oita-u.ac.jp

Education

Classes

  • 2005, Japanese Studies
  • 2005, Japanese Studies B
  • 2005, Intercultural Communication
  • 2005, Japanese Literature and Performing Arts
  • 2005, Japanese Studies A
  • 2005, Japanese Popular Culture: Manga, Animation, and Mass Media
  • 2005
  • 2006, Introduction to Japanese History, Culture and Soceity
  • 2006, Japanese Studies B
  • 2006, Intercultural Communication
  • 2006, Japanese Popular Culture A: Films and Performing Arts
  • 2006, Japanese Studies A
  • 2006, Japanese Popular CultureB: Manga, Animation, and Mass Media
  • 2006
  • 2007, Intercultural Communication
  • 2007, Introduction to Japanese History, Culture and Society
  • 2007, Japanese Popular Culture B: Manga, Animation and Mass Media
  • 2007, Japanese Popular Culture A: Films and Performing Arts
  • 2007, Japanese Studies A
  • 2007, Japanese Studies B
  • 2007, Independent Research Project
  • 2008, Japanese Popular Culture A: Films and Performing Arts
  • 2008, Japanese Popular Culture B: Manga, Animation, and Mass Media
  • 2008, Introduction to Japanese History, Culture and Society
  • 2008, Intercultural Communication
  • 2008, Independent Research Project
  • 2008
  • 2008, Spoken Academic English and Intercultural Communication
  • 2009, Special Japanese 3: History, Culture and Society
  • 2009, Special Japanese 4: Popular Culture
  • 2009, Japanese Popular Culture B: Manga, Animation and Mass Media
  • 2009, Intercultural Communication
  • 2009, Introduction to Japanese History, Culture and Society
  • 2009, Independent Research Project

Research Achievements

Field of Study

    Comparative Literature/Culture, Gender Studies, Popular Culture Studies

Research Title

  • Psychoanalysis and Female Sexuality, This project applies a variety of psychoanalytic theories (Freudian, Kleinian, feminist and so forth) to demonstrate how fantasies about male homosexuality may be analyzed in terms of female psychological orientations.
  • Japanese Popular Culture

Papers

  • 2005, Gender Trouble in Contemporary Japanese Literature: Kurahashi Yumiko, Yoshimoto Banana, and Murakami Haruki, 大分大学留学生センター紀要, 2005
  • 2006, Women’s Autobiographical Writings in Pre-Modern Japan (1): Anxiety of Writing, the Use of Proper, 大分大学留学生センター紀要, 2006
  • 2006, 第7回 国際日本語教育・日本研究シンポジウム 予稿集, 2006
  • 2006, 大分大学留学生センター紀要, 2006
  • 2009, Elegant Caucasians, Amorous Arabs, and Invisible Others: Signs and Images of Foreigners in Japanese BL Manga, Intersections Gender and Sexuality in Asia and Pacific, 2009
  • 2007, L’ homme fatal” and (Dis)empowered Women in Mori Mari’s Male Homosexual Trilogy, Japanese Language and Literature: Journal of the Association of Teachers of Japanese, 2007
  • 2007, Okamoto Kanoko’s Kakoze: Homoerotic Aestheticism and the Female Gaze, U.S-Japan Women’s Journal (A Journal for the International Exchange of Gender Studies), 2007
  • 2007, A Passageway to, IMAGINATION - Studia Comparata de Culturae, 2007
  • 2009, Doubly Parodied Gender Roles in Yaoi Narratives: Male Characters Become Homosexuals Who Then Become ‘Women, PAJLS, 2009
  • 2009, IMAGINATION - Studia Comparata de Culturae, 2009
  • 2011, Becoming and Performing the Self and the Other: Fetishism, Fantasy and Sexuality of Cosplay in Japanese Girls’/Women’s Manga Comics, Asian Pacific World: The Journal of the International Association of Asian Pacific Studies, 2011
  • 2010, The Sexual and Textual Politics of Japanese Lesbian Manga: Reading Romantic and Erotic Yuri Narratives, Electronic Journal of Contemporary Japanese Studies (EJCJS, e-journal), 2010
  • 2012, Editorial, Transnational Boys’ Love Fan Studies, 2013

Books

  • 2008, 香港日本語教育研究会, 2008
  • 2009, ひつじ書房, 2009
  • 2009, Matsuura Rieko’s The Reverse Version: The Theme of ‘Girl-Addressing-Girl’, Routledge, 2009
  • 2012, Fantasies of Cross-dressing: Japanese Women Write Male-Male Erotica, Brill Academic Publisher, 2012
  • 2012, Idols and Celebrity in Japanese Media Culture, Johnny’s Idols as Icon: Female Desires to Fantasize and Consume Male Idol Images, Palgrave, 2012

Learned Societies to Belong

  • MLA (Modern Language Association of America)
  • AAS (Association for Asian Studies)

Grant-in-aid for Scientific Research

  • Images of Women on the Home Front in War Films Made after the Pacific War: How Media Discourse Represented War Responsibilities in the Period between 1950 and 2010, 2012-2014
  • Research on Women’s Manga: Globalization and Representations of Subjectivity in Asia, 2012-2014


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