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film critic

Keiko Iwai McDonald, American film critic. Recipient Asian Studies Teaching Excellence Award, 1998, Tina & David Bellet Chemical Abstracts Service Undergraduate Teaching Excellence award, 2002, National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Research award; Fulbright overseas grantee, United States Office Education, 1976, grantee, National Endowment of the Humanities, 1977.

Background

McDonald, Keiko Iwai was born on January 1, 1940 in Nara, Japan. Arrived in United States, 1964, naturalized, 1970. Daughter of Koichi and Umeno (Kurokuzu) McDonald.

Education

Bachelor, Osaka University Foreign Studies, Japan, 1963. Master of Arts, State University California, Sacramanto, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy, Art, University Oregon, 1974.

Doctor, Art, University Oregon, 1971. Postgraduate, Defense Language Institute, 1970.

Career

Teaching assistant University Oregon, Eugene, 1967—1970. Lecturer Monterey Institute Foreign Studies, California, 1970, Kapiolani Community College, University Hawaii, Honlulu, 1971—1974. Assistant professor University Texas, Austin, 1974—1975, University Pittsburgh, 1975—1981, associate professor, 1982—2008.

Consultant travel Japan Travel Bureau, Kyoto, 1963—1964, Japan National Tourist Organization, New York Worlds Fair, 1965.

Membership

Member of Association Teachers Japanese, Association Asian Studies, Western Pennsylvania Track (Pittsburgh).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Fishing, running, horseback riding.

Connections

Married Charles Anthony McDonald, January 26, 1966.

father:
Koichi McDonald

mother:
Umeno (Kurokuzu) McDonald

spouse:
Charles Anthony McDonald