Akiko FUNAOInternational RelationsProfessorHistorical analysis on dynamics of international legal order, focused on the rule played by international organizations in terms of agenda setting and collective legitimization

NameDepartmentTitleResearch Field
Mika AKIHARA Spanish Studies Lecturer Latin American literature
Tomomi ASAKURA General Culture Course Associate Professor Metaphysics, philosophy of nature, comparative East Asian philosophy
Henry ATMORE English department Professor I am currently writing two books, one on 'Charles Dickens and British Empiricism', and the other on 'Dickens, Theology, and History'. I am also engaged, intermittently, on a long-term writing project about John Ruskin.
Baibikov ELENA Russian Studies Associate Professor Interpreting/Translation Studies or Communication Studies
Franklin CHANG English Department Associate Professor Psychology, Linguistics, Computational modelling, Language Acquisition, Cognitive Science
Tsukasa CHIBA International Relations Professor World Economy, International Relations, International Trade, Agricultural Development
Mika EGLINTON English department Professor English drama, particularly early modern and contemporary drama English and Japanese comparative drama, in particular productions of Shakespeare in Japan and East Asia Performance Studies Actively involved in the creation of theatre as a translator, dramaturg and critic
Taro ESAKA International Relations Associate Professor International Finance, Exchange Rate, Exchange Rate Regimes, Capital Controls
David Lee FARRAH English department Professor American Poetry, Creative Writing, Steinbeck. Current writing and re-search focuses on the physical nature of poetry as it is expressed through its intersection with the visible landscape, as well as the non-visible, underlying quantum world.
Takao FUJII Social Science Course Associate Professor Macroeconomics, Fiscal Policy
Junko FUJIWARA Russian studies Associate Professor Cultural Anthropology
Yoshiichiro FUKUDA General Culture Course Professor Studies in Japanese grammar (syntax, morphology).
Tsubasa FUKUE General Culture Course Associate Professor Astronomy,Astrophysics,Astrobiology
Edgar FRANZ General Culture Course Professor On basis of Philipp Franz von Siebold's private papers and manuscripts in the Siebold Family Archives in Castle Brandenstein in Germany, the research concentrates on Siebold's significance for the modernization of Japan, the political dimension of Japans activities and Siebold's influence on the opening of Japan for trade and avigation. Furthermore, various relations between Japan and Germany and their mutual influence, including medicine, literature and art are explored
Norihiko HAYASHI General Culture Course Professor Tibeto-Burman Linguistics and Southeast Asian Languages
Michael David Hollenback International Relations Associate Professor Global Citizenship Education, Social Justice Education, Critical Pedagogy, Applied Linguistics
Akira HONDA English department Professor Cognitive Linguistics
Yoshikazu ISHINAGI Social Science Course Associate Professor Financial Accounting, Disclosure, Valuation
Takanori IWAO General Culture Course Associate Professor present-day Japanese grammar
Koichi KAGITANI International Relations Associate Professor International Trade Theory, International Trade Policy, Political Economy
Akira KANAZAWA General Culture Course Associate Professor Psychoanalytic psychotherapy, school counseling, racial minority (Koreans in Japan)
Yuriko KANEKO Russian studies Associate professor Modern Russian grammar, Aspectology, Word-formation, Contrastive linguistics
Masamichi KAWAGUCHI Spanish Studies Associate professor Spanish semantics and pragmatics, contrastive analysis of Spanish and Japanese
Shosuke KINUGAWA English department Associate professor American Literature, mainly mid 19th to early 20th century fiction. Mark Twain. Detective fiction.
Satoshi KITAMI Russian studies Professor Russian Literature, Philosophy and Culture of 20-th Century
Tatsuya KONNO Chinese Studies Associate Professor Chinese literature,poetry
Miho MABUCHI General Culture Course Professor History of Japanese Paintings (medieval and early modern times)
Naoka MAEMURA International Relations Associate professor social psychology, cross-cultural psychology
Kyoko MATSUNAGA English department Associate Professor My special interests are American Indian, Environmental, Atomic Bomb or Nuclear Literatures. I especially focus on the representation of nuclear issues (nuclear science, uranium mining and milling, waste disposal, weapons testing, etc.) in Native American Literature. My theoretical approaches include cultural studies, postcolonial theory, and environmental justice.
Masaaki MITSUNAGA English department Professor Modern British History (Victorian Era; Social History; Intellectual History)
Fumitoshi MORIYA Social Science Course Associate Professor Organizational economics, Contract Theory, Applied Game Theory
Hitomi NABAE English department Professor 19th C. American Literature and Comparative Literature
Mikako NAGANUMA English department Professor Translation and Interpreting Studies, Systemic Functional Linguistics.My research includes theory, practice and education in interpreting and translation. Working in the field of education, I have been exploring theoretical studies based on the wide range of my practical experiences as a professional interpreter and translator.
Yukihiko NAKAI General Culture Course Professor Japanese Linguistics (Phonetics, Phonology, Dialectology, Sociolinguistics)
Yoshitaka NAKAMURA Social Science Course Professor International Business Practices, especially some rules and regulations used in, for example, Incoterms 2000, UCP600, CISG, UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts.
Keisuke NAKASHIMA Social Science Course Associate Professor My research interest include the long-term fiscal, economic, social, and geopolitical implications of population aging and population decline in Japan and around the world--or popularly known as "global aging."
Tomoko NAKATA International Relations Professor Keywords: cultural change, modernization, development, Southern Laos
Yoko NAKAZAWA(NAMIKAWA) General Culture Course Professor British imperial history, especially the international anti-slavery movement and the missionary activities from the late 18th century to the 19th century.
Mizuho NARITA Spanish Studies Professor Latin American literature
Norio NASU English department Professor Theoretical linguistics; syntax. Current research topics include: (i) semantic interpretation and phonological realization of copies; (ii) structure of peripheral parts of sentences
Takashi NIBUYA International Relations Professor Comparative Cultural Study, Cultural Rep-resentations
Lori ZENUK-NISHIDE International Relations Associate Professor My research interests include teaching and assessing written academic?communication, spoken interaction, repositioning literature in language teaching, curriculum development and motivation.
REN Ying Chinese Studies Professor Research interest includes syntax, semantics, and the studies of writing
Midori NIINO English department Professor Victorian Studies
Kensei NISHIKAWA English department Professor Seventeenth-Century British Poetry (Donne, Herbert, Milton); Twentieth-Century American Poetry (Wilbur, Bishop)
Kazuhiro NOMURA English department Professor My research interests include speech communication, educational technology and English teaching.
Ryujin NOMURA Spanish Studies Professor Spanish Renaissance literature
Takao OKAMOTO Russian studies Professor Russian language history, Old Russian, Ruthenian, Old Church Slavic
Yoshihiro OKAMOTO General Culture Course Associate Professor Study on practical theory of "the Class of Integrated Study" to recoverits essence and activate it again.The focus will be on the research cycle constructed through the unification and sequencing of discussion activities looking at solutions to problems and experiential activities as the core of inquiry process.
Takashi OISHI International Relations Professor Post-Colonial Studies; Modern South Asian Studies; Comparative Islamic/Muslim History; Indian Ocean History
Toshiaki ONISHI English Department Associate Professor British literature of 20th century
Yusuke OTA General Culture Course Associate Professor French philosophy, History of ideas, Etienne Balibar
QIN Zhaoxiong Chinese Studies Professor My main research, which is based upon fieldwork, compares the Chinese and Japanese systems and cultures of marriage, family, and religion.
Juan Romero Diaz Spanish Studies Associate Professor Second Language Acquisition, Teaching of Spanish as a Foreign Language, Syntax, Semantics, Generative Lexicon.
Jiro SAKURAI Chinese Studies Professor Chinese Environmental Law, Environmental  Policy, Sustainable Development.
Montserrat SANZ Spanish Studies Professor Syntax/Semantics interface, lexicon L2 acquisition processes, Sentence Processing, lexicon storage
Ritsuko SAOTOME International Relations Associate Professor Political Science
Akihiro SASHI General Culture Course Professor History of the English Reformation; Social history of early modern England.
Masanori SHIBA General Culture Course Professor information science
Atsuko SHIGESAWA  English Department Associate Professor Journalism Studies
Seiichi SUGIYAMA General Culture Course Associate Professor A study on young Herbart, especially about "Die Literarische Gesellschaft der Freien Manner". (1794-1799)
Toshiyuki SHIMIZU Russian studies Professor The Eastern Christinianity and Russian Literature
Sachiko SHIMOJI Chinese Studies Professor Chinese Linguistics. Contrastive analysis of contemporary Mandarin Chinese and Japanese with emphasis on grammar and semantics.
Miki SHINODA International Relations Professor Multicultural American Literature, Literature and International Conflicts
Donna TATSUKI English department Professor My research draws upon several disciplines within Applied Linguistics: psycholinguistics (perceptual errors in listening), second language acquisition, teaching methodology/materials development and interlanguage pragmatics including the study of multi-party talk using Conversation Analysis. Recent research includes textbook analyses (pragmatics, representations of gender/ethnicity and the use of literary texts in language teaching (structure, processing and learning effects of narratives and storytelling)
Kazuhiko TAKAHASHI Russian studies Associate Professor Legal history, Russian civil law
Takashi TAKEKOSHI Chinese Studies Professor Chinese historical grammar, specially based on materials outside of China in Yuan,Ming and Qing dinasty.
Kazuyuki TAKETANI General Culture Course Professor Sport Culture Studies & Sport History
Mie TAMURA General Culture Course Professor Social psychology
Satoru TANAKA Social Science Course Professor Industrial Organization, Economics of Innovation, Economics of Public Procurement
Matthew THEADO English department Professor American Literature from the Civil War to the Present; Jack Kerouac and the Beat Generation writers
Aki TSUMORI Chinese Studies Associate Professor Modern Chinese Literature, Literary Representations of the Native Place, Shen Congwen
Jun UEDA Social Science Course Professor Main Fields of Study: Anglo-American Law, the Law of Trusts, Civil Law and the Law of International Trade.
Haruhiko YAMAGUCHI English department Professor Pragmatics and discourse analysis
Satoru YAMAGUCHI Social Science Course Professor Constitutional Law
Masataka YAMAGUCHI Social Science Course Associate Professor Language and culture, language in society, discourse analysis, media discourse, etc.
Akihiro YAMAMOTO General Culture Course Associate Professor History of media culture. Historical So-ciology
Yoshiko YAMANOUCHI General Culture Course Professor Cultural History of Central Europe
Rayco YOKOTA General Culture Course Professor Whole Language, Teaching English to Elementary school children, Experiential earning, In-service and pre-service teacher education
Saeko YOSHIKAWA English department Professor English Romanticism / Modern poetry in English