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Ted Goossen

Department of Humanities

Professor
 
Office: 231 Vanier College
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 66986
Emailtgoossen@yorku.ca
 
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Professor Ted Goossen specialize in Modern And Contemporary Japanese Literature, and have translated a number of Japanese writers, including Shiga Naoya, Ibuse Masuji and Murakami Haruki. He has also involved on a fairly regular basis with the Department of Contemporary studies at the University of Tokyo, where he taught courses in Canadian and Japanese literature and literary translation.

Degrees

PhD, University of Toronto
MA, University of Toronto
BA, Oberlin College

All Publications

Books

The Oxford Book of Japanese Short Stories. Great Britain: Oxford University Press, 1997.

Book Chapters

'Apocalypse and Matricide in Contemporary Japanese Literature.' Nihon Bungaku ni Okeru 'Haha' Zo ['The Image of the Mother in Japanese Literature']. Tokyo: Yuseido Press, 1997.

'Behind Front: War Propaganda Photography and the Discovery of 'Text'.' The Expanding Universe of English. Ed. Sato & Shibata. Tokyo: Tokyo University Press, 1996.

'Front no Uramen.(Behind Front).' Ekusuto no Hakken (The Discovery of Text). Ed. Yoshihiro Ohsawa. Tokyo: Chuokoron-sha, 1994. 270-284.

Conference Proceedings

'Apocalypse and Matricide in Contemporary Japanese Literature.' Proceedings of the International Symposium, 'Mothers in Japanese Literature. 6-7 Aug. 1995, UBC.

Current Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall/Winter 2013-2014 AP/HUMA2435 9.0  Japanese Culture, Literature and Film LECT Course Website 


Professor Ted Goossen specialize in Modern And Contemporary Japanese Literature, and have translated a number of Japanese writers, including Shiga Naoya, Ibuse Masuji and Murakami Haruki. He has also involved on a fairly regular basis with the Department of Contemporary studies at the University of Tokyo, where he taught courses in Canadian and Japanese literature and literary translation.

Degrees

PhD, University of Toronto
MA, University of Toronto
BA, Oberlin College

All Publications

Books

The Oxford Book of Japanese Short Stories. Great Britain: Oxford University Press, 1997.

Book Chapters

'Apocalypse and Matricide in Contemporary Japanese Literature.' Nihon Bungaku ni Okeru 'Haha' Zo ['The Image of the Mother in Japanese Literature']. Tokyo: Yuseido Press, 1997.

'Behind Front: War Propaganda Photography and the Discovery of 'Text'.' The Expanding Universe of English. Ed. Sato & Shibata. Tokyo: Tokyo University Press, 1996.

'Front no Uramen.(Behind Front).' Ekusuto no Hakken (The Discovery of Text). Ed. Yoshihiro Ohsawa. Tokyo: Chuokoron-sha, 1994. 270-284.

Conference Proceedings

'Apocalypse and Matricide in Contemporary Japanese Literature.' Proceedings of the International Symposium, 'Mothers in Japanese Literature. 6-7 Aug. 1995, UBC.


Teaching:

Current Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall/Winter 2013-2014 AP/HUMA2435 9.0  Japanese Culture, Literature and Film LECT Course Website