Thesis title: The rise of a literary genre: Encounters between science fiction and the techno-scientific discourse in modern Japanese literature (late Meiji-beginning Shōwa)
Tutor in 'Modern East Asian History'
Classic science fiction in modern Japanese literature (Meiji-Shōwa), media history of popular magazines, reception of modern science and technology in Japan within the literary context.
Current project grants
Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship (Research Student)
2021 (Aug), Online: Convenor of the panel 'Popular Representations of Science and Technology in Pre-war Japanese Magazines', 16th International Conference of the European Association for Japanese Studies.
'Horiuchi Shinsen no uchū tanken--kagaku shōsetsu no kigen ga kataru anchi-mimēshisu', Dai 44 kai kokusai Nihon bungaku kenkyū shūkai, Online, 8 June 2021.
'Popularizing Science: Unnō Jūza and the 'Popular Scientific Literary Movement'', 16th International Conference of the European Association for Japanese Studies, Online, 27 August 2021.