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  ONISHI, Naoki
   Tokunin Kyoju (Professor by Special Appointment)
   Division of Arts and Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
■ Academic Background
1. 1990/03/20
Degree Acquisition
International Christian University, Ph.D.
2. 1978/04~1981/03 Comparative Literature, Graduate School, Division of Comparative Culture, International Christian University, Accomplished credits for doctoral program
3. 1974/09~1976/06 English Department, College of Liberal Arts, Amherst College, Graduated, B.A.
4. 1973/04~1977/03 English Teaching, Graduate School, Division of Education, International Christian University, Completed, Master of Education
5. 1968/04~1972/03 Division of Humanities, Faculty of Liberal Arts, International Christian University, Graduated, B.A.
■ Professional Background
1. 2016/09~ Coordinator of American Studies Major, International Christian University
2. 2012/04~2014/03 Major Coordinator, American Studies, International Christian University
3. 2012/04~2012/08 Chair, Department of Literary Studies, International Christian University
4. 2007/04~2011/03 Director, Public Relations, International Christian University
5. 2006/04~2011/03 Coordinator of American Studies Major, International Christian University
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■ Present Specialized Fields
Literature in general, History of Europe and America (Key Word:Jonathan Edwards,Massachusetts,Congregational Church,Establishment,Plymouth Plantation,Thanksgiving Festival,Christmas,Confession of Faith,Freedom of Religion,Separation of Church and State,New england,Puritanism,Imagism,Emily Dickinson,Federal Constitution,First Amendment,American Poetry,Benjamin Franklin,William S. Clark,Sapporo Agricultural College,Massachusetts Agricultural College,Liberal Arts Education,Amdy Lowell,Percival Lowell,Mary Lyon,Edward Hitchcock,Revival,Great Awakening,Celebration,Demythologizing,Patriotism) 
■ Main Course Titles
Humanities, American Studies
■ Books and Articles
1. Book My Favorite Poem of Emily Dickinson (Collaboration) 2016/06
2. Book "A Reforming People" by David D. Hall (Single) 2012/11
3. Book The Poetic World of Emily Dickinson (Collaboration) 2011/03
4. Article Emily Dickinson Knew How to Suffer (Single) 2011/12
5. Article "Richard Godbeer, Sexual Revolution in Early America" (Single) 2005/12
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■ Academic Conference Presentation
1. 2016/07/09 Concerning Mabel Loomis Todd
2. 2012/12/15 On "Reforming People" by David Hall (Meeting of Japanese Association of Early Americanists)
3. 2009/10/10 (Annual Meeting of The American Literature Society of Japan)
4. 2006/10/13 Roundtable: The American Studies Association--Japanese Association for American Studies Project: Critiques and Accomplishments (Annual Meeting of American Studies Association)
5. 2005/12/18 (Japanese Association of early Americanists)
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■ Lectures
1. 2009/07 On Liberal Arts Education at ICU
2. 1989/04 Images of the Floating World: Japan and America in the late 19th Century
3. 1988/11 Typological Structure in Hawthorne's Novels
■ Academic Society Memberships
1. 2012/04~ Japanese Association for American Studies
2. 2007/04~ Japanese Association for the Study of Puritanism
3. 2001/07~ Japanese Society of Percival Lowell
4. 1998/09~ Organization of American Historians
5. 1994/09~ American Studies Association
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■ Educational Achievements
● Made textbook and teaching material
1. 1987/11/20 W.S. Clark's Letters From Japan
■ Professional Achievements
● Other note that should be mentioned specially on duty
1. 19th Century American Literature, focusing on Emily DickinsonReligious culture of Early American Studies, starting from Colonial period through early Republican age 19th Century Cultural Relation between Meiji Japan and America
■ E-Mail Addresses
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■ Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research Researcher Number
80152198