Assistant Professor of Japanese
Ph.D., University of California, Irvine, 2004
Dr. Inoue’s research interest includes modern Japanese literature and cinema, imperialism’s cultural manifestations, modernity, neoliberalism, critical theory, and ecology. By engaging with these fields, he asks how power operates in everyday life and how strategies of resistance are formed. His essay and translations on the connection between Japanese imperialism and children’s literature appear in Reading Colonial Japan: Text, Context, and Critique (Michele M. Mason and Helen J.S. Lee eds.). He is currently working on a project examining literary and cinematic representations of modern Japanese suburbs as a space that can reveal much about Japan’s colonialism. The project is also an attempt to reframe colonialism from an ecological perspective.
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