英米学科教授
David Lee FARRAH (デイヴィッド・リー・ファラ)
Professor
David Lee FARRAH

dfkobe@yahoo.com

最終学歴 Degrees

PhD, English, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio
MA, English, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
BA, English, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio
Summa Cum Laude

研究分野 Research Field

American Poetry, Creative Writing, Steinbeck

  1. A collections of poems (as of yet untitled) set primarily in East and Southeast Asia.
  2. A novel-in-progess (historical-romance) set in the Indonesian archipelago during the Dutch colonial period of the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries.
  3. An essay exploring the relationship between poetry and physics (quantum mechanics and synchronicity), and another essay exploring the relationship between poetry and landscape.

主な著書・訳書等 Books

Small Sounds in the Brush (a book of poems), Shinbisha Publishing, Tokyo, 1998

Seven Poems after Seven Illustrations from The Tale of Saigyo (A chapbook of poems), The Ohio Review, Fall issue, 1999

The Poems of Nunobiki Falls,2003

Parity's Ground(poems‥61 pages);Shinbisha Publishing, Tokyo.2005

Borrowed Landscapes, Shinbisha Publishing, Tokyo. 2011

主要論文 Major Publications

"Afterthoughts" (a short essay) in Kyoto Journal , #32, 1996

"Scarlet Tanager" and "Ushimado" (poems) in Denver Quarterly, 1998

"Birds" (a poem) reprinted in Poetry Ireland, 1998

"Nunobiki Falls"(an essay with translations) in Mantis 1 (English Department,Stanford University), 2000

"The Form of the New' in Steinbeck's Cannery Row "slightly revised and reprinted in The Steinbeck Review; vol2, no.1, pp.57-64, 2005

"Nunobiki no taki ni Miserarete " in Rokko-san ni iko(Yama to Keikokusha)
;20 May,p.25,2005

"Children Playing Games" in Modern English Tanaka, vol.2,no.4,p.50,2008
"Harvest Moon Above" in Modern Haiku, lessue39.3,p.16. 2008

"A Theory of Everything:Pteroptyx Tener" in Denver Quarterly,vol.42,no.3,p.54. 2008

"Narcissus Flycatcher"in Shadowing, Cosmopier Publishing,p.165.2008

"Java Kingfishers" in Riverwind, no.21, p.81 2008

"Saigyo's Moon" in Kobe Gaidai Ronso, vol.62, no.2, p.1, 2010.

"'Borrowed Landscapes': Extending the Notion of Home through the Language of Poetry" (reprint) Ancora Imparo <www.ancoraimparo.org>, 2010

"Humming a Little Wandering Air: An Introduction to Adelaide Crapsey" in Kobe City University of Foreign Studes Annals of Foreign Studies, v. 81. 'Alternative Voices: Modernist Women Poets of the 1920's and 1930's'. 2010

所属学会 Academic Associations

American Literature Society of Japan
John Steinbeck Society of Japan Phi Beta Kappa

その他社会活動 Other Activities

Assistant Editor for Steinbeck Studies,V.XX, The John Steinbeck Society of Japan 1999

担当授業科目 Classes

Composition, Contemporary American Poetry, Conversation, Reading, Research Paper

教育研究活動報告書(最近5年) Recent Publications and Presentations

教育研究活動報告書 [262K]