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Lawrence MARCEAU

Lawrence MARCEAU

  • Specialized Field(s)
    Early modern Japanese literature
  • Current Research Themes
    A Fully Annotated English Translation and Critical Study of The Tales of Isopo Scrolls
  • Keywords for Research
    Aesop's Fables, Jesuit Mission in Japan, 17th-century Japanese fiction, illustrated handscrolls, cultural contacts
Professional Experience
  • 1995
    Associate Professor, Modern Languages & Literatures, University of Delaware
  • 2005
    Senior Lecturer in Japanese, University of Auckland
  • 2017
    Visiting Research Scholar, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Degree(s)
  • 1989
    Ph.D., Harvard University
Achievements
Books
  • Takebe Ayatari: A Bunjin Bohemian in Early Modern Japan, Michigan Monograph Series in Japanese Studies 36, Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan, xxi + 370 pages, 2004
Co-authored Books
  • (Contributor (chapter author)) Shirane, Haruo; Suzuki, Tomi; Lurie, David, eds. Cambridge History of Japanese Literature , (Chapter 50: Bunjin (literati) and early yomihon: Nankaku, Nankai, Buson, Gennai, Teisho, Ayatari, and Akinari (pp. 488-502)), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (UK), 2016
  • (Contributor (chapter author)) McIntosh, Clare, ed. Fragile Beauty: Historic Japanese Graphic Art, (Chapter 1: Woodblock Prints and the Culture of the Edo Period (1600-1868) (pp. 5-11 )), 2014
  • (チャプター(章)の著者) 河野貴美子・張哲俊編 『東アジア世界と中国文化:文学・思想にみる伝播と再創』 (「夢の中へ ー秋成作品と『列子』ー」 (275-282ページ))、勉誠出版、東京、2011年
Articles
  • 「伊曾保物語絵巻再考」 『韓日語・文学と歴史学の再検討(第6回明治大学・高麗大学校国際学術会議発表集)』 6、明治大学及び高麗大学校、東京及びソウル、2015年、pp.29-49
  • (“Reconsidering the Isopo monogatari Scrolls,” 2015, pp.29-49)
  • “Behind the scenes: narrative and self-referentiality in Edo illustrated popular fiction,” Japan Forum 21 :3, Taylor & Francis, London, 2010, pp.403-423