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English literature educator

Shoji Yamana, Japanese English literature educator. Recipient Fulbright awards, Japan United States Educational Commission, Tokyo, 1970-1972, 86-87. Member of Eugene O'Neill Society, American Literature Society Japan (editorial board 1994-1996), English Literature Society Japan (program committee member 1981-1984, trustee 1998—2002).

Background

Yamana, Shoji was born on April 1, 1941 in Tokyo, Japan. Son of Shiro and Tami (Arai) Yamana.

Education

Bachelor, Tokyo University of Education, 1964. Master of Arts, Tokyo University of Education, 1966. Master of Arts, Indiana University, Bloomington, 1972.

Doctor of Philosophy, Tsukuba University, Japan, 2002.

Career

Lecturer Yokohama City University, Japan, 1966-1969. Associate professor Rissho Women's University, Koshigaya, 1969-1973, Shimane University, Matsue, 1973-1980. Professor Ibaraki Christian College, Hitachi, 1980-1986, Otsuma Women's University, Tokyo, since 1986.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Autobiography and Elegy-A Study of Eugene O'Neill, 1987.

Membership

Member of Eugene O'Neill Society, American Literature Society Japan (editorial board 1994-1996), English Literature Society Japan (program committee member 1981-1984, trustee 1998—2002).

Connections

father:
Shiro Yamana

mother:
Tami (Arai) Yamana