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educator

Taketoshi Furomoto, Japanese educator. Ministry of Education grantee, 1971-1972. Member International Association Studies of Irish Literature (secretary, organizer Kyoto conference 1990).

Background

Furomoto, Taketoshi was born on June 9, 1935 in Kyoto, Japan. Son of Takeji and Yoshi Furomoto.

Education

Bachelor, Kyoto University, 1958. Master of Arts, Kyoto University, 1960.

Career

Lecturer Tamagawa University, Tokyo, 1961-1965, Kobe University, 9165-9168, associate professor, 1968-1980, professor, 1980-1999, Ryukoku University, 1999-2000, Aichigakuin University, since 2000. Visiting scholar Cambridge University, England, 1972. Visiting professor University New Hampshire, Durham, 1987-1988.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Translator: The Orators by W. H. Anden, 1977, The New Year Letter, 1981. Co-translator: Yeats' Collected Plays, 1980, For the Time Being, 1986, S. Heaney: The Government of the Tongue, 1997, S. Heaney: The Place of Writing, 2001. Co-author: Commentary of Auden's Poems, 1981.

Membership

Member International Association Studies of Irish Literature (secretary, organizer Kyoto conference 1990).

Connections

Married Atsuko Inoue, December 11, 1965. Children: Takenori, Kanae.

father:
Takeji Furomoto

mother:
Yoshi Furomoto

spouse:
Atsuko Inoue

children:
Takenori Furomoto

Kanae Furomoto