Key Research and Graduate Research Areas in Japanese Studies
The research strengths of this program are represented below. We welcome applications from prospective PhD and MA students wishing to conduct research on or related to the following key areas.
International education (Hiroko Hashimoto)
Japanese interpreting and translation (Masato Takimoto, Shani Tobias)
Japanese history (20^th century), History of the Asia-Pacific War, War and Memory in East and Southeast Asia (Beatrice Trefalt)
Language management, language planning, Language education policy (Helen Marriott, Robyn Spence Brown,Kuniko Yoshimitsu)
Macro or micro Japanese sociolinguistic topics (Helen Marriott)
Second language acquisition and pedagogy, teaching Japanese as a foreign language (Helen Marriott, Robyn Spence Brown, Naomi Kurata, Hiroko Hashimoto, Kuniko Yoshimitsu)
Please note that LCL academics frequently co-supervise MA and PhD projects located in programs other than their own. If you intend to work on a project that straddles this and another discipline, we will organize the necessary complement of research expertise to meet your supervision needs.
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