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Chizuru Sakakibara

Chizuru SAKAKIBARA, Professor, Center for Gender Equality, Nagoya University

Born in Aichi Prefecture
Graduated from the Department of Literature, Nanzan University
3 years working as an instructor at high school
M.A. in Literature, Nagoya University
Ph.D. in Literature, Nagoya University
Assistant Professor, Department of Literature, Nagoya University
Assistant Professor, Office for Gender Equality, Nagoya University
Associate Professor, Office for Gender Equality, Nagoya University
Professor, Office for Gender Equality, Nagoya University

Activities in the Center for Gender Equality:
-Promoting work/study-life balance (e.g., on-campus nursery schools and after-school childcare facility)
-Supporting Acalingo, a women science students’ community
-Qualified Mind Map educator

Research Interest:
the history of female education in Japan from the medieval times to the modern period and Japanese literature in the medieval times

Books:
Spirit and Grit: The Struggles and Aspirations of The Eight Women in the Modern Japan. 2014

Heike Monogatari: Souzou to kyoju (Creation and enjoyment of the Heike Monogatari). 1998

Jokunshou (Notes on female learning). Co-authored with Shigekatsu Minobe. 2003

Nihongojouzu. Hitoaji chigau hyougen he (Being good at Japanese: Toward slightly different expressions). Nagoya University Expression Research Group. 2006

 

Papers:
“Josei ga manabu to iukoto –jokun kara kangaeru gunki monogatari-” (what women learn: the education of women in war narratives). Japanese Literature. 2002

“Meiji nijuyonen no karasumaru jo –Fukuba Bisei ni miru senryaku toshiteno kindai josei kyouiku” (Karasumaru jo in 1891: modern women education as a strategy with an example of Fukuba Bisei). Journal of the Faculty of Literature, Nagoya University. 2009

“Sekai no hana naramu koto wo nozomu –Atomi Kakei ni miru ‘chi’ no keishou to meijishoki no josei kyouiku-“ (Wishing to be a world flower: knowledge succession and female education in the early Meiji era with an example of Atomi Kakei.”

“Joshi you shokan bunpan no goutou to Gunki Monogatari – Tsuzoku shokan bun wo tegakari to shite-“ (Letters for women
Japanese Literature. 2011.

Series:
“’Chi’ no keisho kara kangaeru Meijiki no joshi kyouiku – senkusha no kigai ni manabu.” (Female education in the Meiji era from the view of knowledge succession: learning from the grit of the pioneers). Culture and Science Education Bulletin. February to August 2010