Publications and presentations, April 2017-March 2018
8 October 2017. Emi Hamana, “Panel Discussion: The Outcomes and Possibilities of Digital Humanities in Shakespeare Studies,” invited coordinator, 56th Shakespeare Conference of the Shakespeare Society of Japan at Kinki University Higashi Osaka Campus.
6 January 2018. “Forum Session 454. Digital Humanities Tools and Technologies for Students, Emerging Scholars, Faculty Members, Librarians, and Administrator,” 133rd MLA Annual Convention at the New York Hilton Midtown. Hamana participated in the following two semi-sessions: “Project Management for Graduate Students and Early Career Scholars” and “DH for Department Chairs and Deans.”
31 January 2018. “Report on MLA 2018 Convention: DH Sessions,” (in Japanese), Digital Humanities Monthly, No.78. http://www.dhii.jp/
4 March 2018. Public Lecture on “Ever-Fascinating Shakespeare: From ‘Foreign’ Characters to Global Performances (including Punchdrunk’s Sleep No More),” at Mitaka Network University.
Mitaka Lecture Flyer
2017. “Hamlet (2015), Directed by Yukio Ninagawa: Possessed by the Power of Theatre,” in Shakespeare: His Infinite Variety, ed. by Krystyna Kujawinska Courtney and Grzegorz Zinkiewicz. University of Lodz Press, pp.133-144.
Shakespeare: His Infinite Variety (Lodz UP, 2017)
1 March 2018. “Latest Trend of English Literature Research: Digital Humanities–Report on the Seminar on Teaching English at High Schools Organized by Tokyo Woman’s Christian University in August 2017,” Essays and Studies in British and American Literature (Tokyo Woman’s Christian University), vol.64 (Spring 2018): pp.57-80.