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Satoko Shimazaki

Assistant Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures

Contact Information
E-mail: satoko.shimazaki@usc.edu
Phone: (213) 740-3709
Office: THH 372

 

Education

Ph.D. Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Columbia University, 5/2009
 

Academic Appointment, Affiliation, and Employment History

Assistant Professor, University of Southern California, 08/2012-  
Assistant Professor, University of Colorado, Boulder, 01/2009-05/2012  
 

Description of Research

Research Specialties

Early modern Japanese theater and literature; print and visual culture; text and performance; gender representations in Kabuki
 

Affiliations with Research Centers, Labs, and Other Institutions

Tsubouchi Memorial Theater Museum, Waseda University, Guest Researcher
 

Publications

Book

Satoko Shimazaki and Keller Kimbrough (Ed.). (2011). Publishing the Stage: Print and Performance in Early Modern Japan. Boulder, CO: University of Colorado Center for Asian Studies.
 

Journal Article

Shimazaki, S. (2011). The End of the ‘World’: Tsuruya Nanboku IV’s Female Ghosts and Late Tokugawa Kabuki. Monumenta Nipponica. Vol. 66 (no.2), pp. 209-246.
Shimazaki, S. (2008). The Ghost of Oiwa in Actor Prints: Confronting Disfigurement. Impressions: The Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America. Vol. 29, pp. 76-97.
 
 
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