Professor Emi Hamana’s Homepage Tokyo Woman’s Christian University, School of Arts and Sciences

Publications and presentations, April 2012-March 2013

  1. Emi Hamana, Connecting Cultures: From Shakespeare to Contemporary Asian Theatre (Tsukuba: Tsukuba University Press, 2012), 247pp.
  2. Connecting Cultures: From Shakespeare to Contemporary Asian Theatre (Tsukuba UP, 2012)

  3. Emi Hamana, “Japanese Responses to Shakespeare: Problems and Possibilities,” in Theatre International : East-West Perspectives on Theatre, Vol. V. Essays on Theory & Praxis of World Drama, Shakespeare Special Number, ed.Tapu Biswas Amitava Roy and Subir Dhar (Kolkata: Avantgarde Press, 2012), pp.11-25.
  4. Emi Hamana, “This Is, and Is Not, Shakespeare: A Japanese –Korean Transformation of Othello,”
    Alicante Journal of English Studies: Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses, No.25, November 2012, pp.179-191.
  5. Emi Hamana, “Keynote Lecture IV: Connecting Cultures: An Israeli-Japanese Collaboration of The Trojan Women,” 3rd Kyoto Forum, 17th February 2013.
  6. Emi Hamana, “Shakespeare, Women, and Theatre Today: A Report on “Globe to Globe 2012: Shakespeare’s 37 Plays in 37 Languages,” in Prismatic Shakespeare from the Renaissance
    to the Twenty-First Century
    , ed. Kumiko Hoshi, et al., (Tokyo: Kinseido, 2013), pp.187-198.
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