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Eileen B. Mikals-Adachi Edit Profile

educator , translator

Eileen B. Mikals-Adachi, translator, educator. Mombusho grant, Japanese Government, 1984-1992, Japanese Teaching Materials grant, Japan Foundation, 2007. Member of National Council Japanese Language Teachers, Association Florida Teachers Japan, Association Teachers Japanese, Association Japanese Literature Studies, Association Asian Studies (NEAC Research Travel grant 1995, 2007).

Background

Mikals-Adachi, Eileen B. Daughter of John Jay and Eleanor F. Mikals.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Ochanomizu University, Tokyo, 1992.

Career

Instructor Manhattanville College, Purchase, New York, 1981—1984. Assistant professor Kunitachi Music College, Tokyo, 1986—1990, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Eckerd College, St. Petersburg. Associate professor University Notre Dame, Ochanomizu University, Tokyo.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Translator: (history) The Roots of Contemporary Japan. Contributor articles to professional publications.

Membership

Member of National Council Japanese Language Teachers, Association Florida Teachers Japan, Association Teachers Japanese, Association Japanese Literature Studies, Association Asian Studies (NEAC Research Travel grant 1995, 2007).

Connections

Married Misao Mikals-Adachi, July 20, 1975. Children: Jo F., Ken J.

father:
John Jay

mother:
Eleanor F. Mikals

spouse:
Misao Mikals-Adachi

child:
Jo F. Mikals-Adachi

child:
Ken J Mikals-Adachi