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Workshop on Japanese Old and Rare Books in the Honolulu Museum of Art 2017 (Kotenseki Workshop at HoMA 2017): NIJL Workshop

The Kotenseki Workshop at the Honolulu Museum of Art (HoMA) 2017 sponsored by the University of Hawaii at Manoa East Asian Languages & Literatures (EALL), UHM Library, HoMA, and the National Institute of Japanese Literature (NIJL) was held on February 17,

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Instructors

(by order of appearance, as of February 17, 2017)

KOYAMA Junko 小山順子, Associate Professor 
Field of expertise: Japanese Medieval Literature (Waka poetry)
Literary works: “Fujiwara Yoshitsune” (2012), “Fujiwara Toshinari” (2017), “Waka no rule” (2014) 

KOIDA Tomoko 恋田知子, Assistant Professor
Field of expertise: Japanese Medieval Literature (Tales, Myths, Legends, and Folktales. Temple records)
Literary works: “Hotoke to onna no Muromachi – Monogatari-sōshi ron “ (2008), “E ga monogataru Nihon-NY Spencer Collection wo tazunete” (2014), “The Current State of Research on Monogatari-sōshi: Women, Changelings, and Other Worlds in Otogi-zōshi” (2017)

KANSAKU Kenichi 神作研一, Professor
Field of expertise: Japanese Literature in the Edo Period (Waka Poetry)
Literary works: “Kinsei waka-shi no kenkyū” (2013), “Siebold Nihon shoseki collection” (2014), “An Outline of the History of Waka in the Edo Period” (2014)

TERASHIMA Tsuneyo 寺島恒世, Professor/Deputy Director 
Field of expertise: Japanese Medieval Literature (Waka Poetry)
Literary works: “Gotobain gyoshū” (1997), “Gotobain waka ron” (2015) “Utakasen ni Okeru moji hyōki” (2014)

SAITO Maori 齋藤真麻理, Professor 
Field of expertise: Japanese Medieval Literature (Tales, Myths, Legends, and Folktales)
Literary works: “Ichijō shūryokushū no kenkyū” (1988), “Kotenseki kenkyū guidance” (2012), “America ni watatta monogatari-e” (2013)

KOBAYASHI Kenji 小林健二, Professor
Field of expertise: Japanese Medieval Literature (Literature in the Muromachi period)
Literary works: “Chūsei gekibungaku no kenkyū” (2001), “Chūsei no geinō to bungei” (2012), “Kyōgen-e – Saishoku Yamato-e” (2014)

IRIGUCHI Atsushi 入口敦志, Associate Professor
Field of expertise: Japanese Literature in the Edo period (Early Edo period)
Literary works: “Buke kenryoku to bungaku” (2013), “Kanji, Katakana, Hiragana – Hyōki no Shisō” (2016), “Kokatsuji no reimei – Aihansuru futatsu no men” (2015)

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