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Researching "Grimm's Fairy Tale" from a gender perspective.

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Yoshiko Noguchi(former name: Hiiragi)


  7/Jul/1949
  E-mail noguchiy@mukogawa-u.ac.jp

My specialty is interdisciplinary research in European Ethnology, especially German folk literature focusing on Grimm's Fairy Tales from various perspectives such as folklore, sociology, literature, history, law, and gender studies. I have published many papers and books from the perspective of gender studies. I love to give lectures about my research. So I enjoy both research and education. I am cheerful Grimm researcher, who is willing to accept request for lectures both in Japanese and in German.

As of 2018, I am teaching the following subjects in the department of children's literature, graduate school of letters, Beika Women's University.

  Foreign Children's Literature 2 (German bloc)
  Special Lectures on Children's Literature IV 1, IV 2
  Children's Literature Research and Exercise IV 1, IV 2
  Special Research on Children's Literature IV

[Work Experience]

April 1983 - March 2016 Professor at MUKOGAWA Women’s University in the faculty of letters, Hyogo, Japan
April 2017 - Present Professor at BAIKA Women’s University in the Graduate School of letters, Osaka, Japan

[Academic History]

Mar. 1972 Bachelor of German literature at Kwansei Gakuin University, Osaka
Mar. 1974 Master of German literature at Kwansei Gakuin University, Osaka
Dec. 1977 Ph.D. in European Ethnology at Marburg University in Germany(As a scholar of Rotary International Foundation)

[Committee-Experience]

German Literature / Children's Literature

The Brothers Grimm / Grimm's Fairy Tales

Folktale / Folklore / Oral Literature

Women's Studies / Gender Studies

other

[Awards & Honors]

Oct.2014 Commended as an excellent Judge according to grants-in-aid for scientific research-screening. Japan Society for the Promotion of Sciences

Research Projects

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(my former teacher:Prof. Weber=Kellemann)


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