TOC, Japanese Language and Literature, Vol. 53 No. 1, April 2019

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Type: 
Journal
Date: 
April 15, 2019
Location: 
Colorado, United States
Subject Fields: 
Japanese History / Studies, Languages, Literature

"Japanese Language and Literature", the journal of the American Association of Teachers of Japanese, has just published its latest issue at https://jll.pitt.edu/ojs/JLL. Beginning with this issue, the journal will be published online through Open Access, available free to everyone.

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Japanese Language and Literature
Vol. 53, No. 1 (April 2019)
Table of Contents
https://jll.pitt.edu/ojs/JLL/issue/view/1


ARTICLES
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Cultural Assimilation in the kokugo (国語) Classroom: Colonial Korean Children’s tsuzurikata (綴り方) Compositions from the Early 1930s (1-32)
                  Helen J. S. Lee
Visible and Invisible Translation: Yu Chin-o’s “Lecturer Kim and Professor T” (33-61)
                  David Krolikoski
Translation, Human Emotion, and the Bildungsroman in Meiji Japan: Narrating Passion and Spiritual Love in the Novel Karyū shunwa (63-93)
                  Daniel Poch
The Ai-Novel: Ai no seikatsu and Its Challenge to the Japanese Literary Establishment (95-121)
                  Hannah Osborne

REVIEWS
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Pragmatics of Japanese: Perspectives on Grammar, Interaction, and Culture (123-125)
                  Stephen D. Luft
Interactional Competence in Japanese as an Additional Language (126-130)
                  Joy Maa
The Monstrous-Feminine in Contemporary Japanese Popular Culture (131-136)
                  Andrew Campana
Danwa to Purofishienshī: Sono shin no sugata no tankyū to kyōiku jissen o mezashite (Discourse and Proficiency: Aiming for Pursuit of Truth and Educational Practice) 談話とプロフィシェンシー その真の姿の探求と教育実践をめざして (136-140)
                  Yumiko Kawanishi
Ecocriticism in Japan (140-144)
                  Carin Holroyd
Perfumed Sleeves and Tangled Hair: Body, Woman, and Desire in Medieval Japanese Narratives (144-149)
                  Kim Mc Nelly

CONTRIBUTORS

Contact Info: 

Susan Schmidt

American Association of Teachers of Japanese

Campus Box 366, University of Colorado

Boulder, CO 80305

aatj@aatj.org