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Yoko Iyeiri

Yoko Iyeiri, Japanese English educator, historical linguist. Recipient Samuel Rutherford Thesis prize, University St. Andrews, 1993, Scholarship Rotary International, 1989-1990, Overseas Research Students award, United Kingdom, 1990-1992, Research studentship University St. Andrews, United Kingdom, 1990-1992.

Background

  • Iyeiri, Yoko was born on April 10, 1964 in Fukuoka, Japan. Daughter of Michio and Yoshiko Iyeiri.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in English, Kyushu University, Japan, 1987. Master of Arts in English, Kyushu University, Japan, 1989. Doctor of Philosophy in English, University St. Andrews, Scotland, 1993.

    Career

    • Old English tutor University St. Andrews, Scotland, 1992-1993. Research fellow Japan Society for Promotion of Science, Fukuoka, 1993-1994. Lecturer of English Kobe City University Foreign Studies, Hyogo-ken, Japan, 1994-1996, associate professor English Japan, 1996—2002, Kyoto University, since 2002.

    Works

    • Translator: Japanese translation of Why Scottish History Matters, 1998.

    Membership

    Member of Society for Germanic Philology, The English Literary Society Japan, Japan Society Medieval English Studies, Japan Association for English Corpus Studies, Philological Society, The New Chaucer Society, International Society Anglo-Saxonists.

    Connections

    • father: Michio Iyeiri
    • mother: Yoshiko Iyeiri
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    Born April 10, 1964
    (age 53)
    Nationality
    • 1987
      Kyushu University
    • 1989
      Kyushu University
    • 1993
      University St. Andrews
    • 1992 - 1993
      Old English tutor University St. Andrews
      Scotland, Connecticut, United States
    • 1993 - 1994
      research fellow, Japan Society for Promotion of Science
      Fukuoka, Japan
    • 1994 - 1996
      lecturer, of English Kobe City University Foreign Studies
      Japan
    • 2002
      lecturer, of English Kobe City University Foreign Studies