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UHARA Miwa

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FacultyGeneral Education Division
PositionAssociate Professor
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Last Updated :2020/07/08

Education and Career

Education

  • Kwansei Gakuin University, BA in English
  • Kansai University, PhD in English
  • Kansai University, MA in English
  • Birmingham University, UK, Mphil in English

Academic & Professional Experience

  •   2016 04 ,  - 現在, Kindai University
  •   2012 04 ,  - 2016 03 , Kindai University
  •   2010 04 ,  - 2012 03 , Kindai University
  •   2002 04 ,  - 2010 03 , Kindai University
  •   2001 04 ,  - 2010 03 , Kansai University

Research Activities

Published Papers

  • Branwell Brontë's Peoms that Depict a Mountain or a Hill: From "Black Comb" to "PENMAENMAWR", Miwa Uhara, Brontë Studies (The Brontë Society of Japan), Brontë Studies (The Brontë Society of Japan), 6(3), 17 - 31, Nov. 2017
  • Rinsen Nakazawa's Interest in Emily Bronte, Miwa Uhara, BRONTE STUDIES, BRONTE STUDIES, 41(4), 334 - 339, Nov. 2016 , Refereed
    Summary:Rinsen Nakazawa (1878-1920) was a Japanese engineer who was also actively engaged in literary activities in the early twentieth century. Two of his short essays mention Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights: Hakaba Kankai' and Ai wa, Chikara wa Tsuchi yori'. Nakazawa also contributed an article about her to a Japanese women's magazine named Fujingaho. In that article, he introduced readers to Emily's tragic life and praised her novel and poetry. He was one of the first Japanese intellectuals who fully appreciated her works and described her in a published work as a great writer and poet.
  • Charlotte Brontë's Attitudes towards Catholoiism, Miwa Uhara, The Brontës and the Nineteenth-Century Britain, The Brontës and the Nineteenth-Century Britain, 101 - 114, Dec. 2015 , Refereed
  • The Metaphorical Use of Nature to Describe the Fall of Zamona in Branwell Brontë's Angrian War Poems, Miwa Uhara, Brontë Studies (The Brontë Society of Japan), Brontë Studies (The Brontë Society of Japan), 5(5), 29 - 46, Dec. 2013 , Refereed
  • Madame de Staël and Corinne: Charlotte Brontës Female Icons, Miwa Uhara, Brontë Studies (The Brontë Society of Japan), Brontë Studies (The Brontë Society of Japan), 5(2), 15 - 26, Oct. 2010 , Refereed
  • Charlotte Brontë's Novels and Her Interest in Physiognomy, Miwa Uhara, (61), 1 - 26, Mar. 1999
  • Charlotte Brontë's Novels and Her Interest in Phrenology, Miwa Uhara, (25), 57 - 74, Sep. 1998

Books etc

  • The Brontës in Context, MarianneThormählen, ed, trans. Hiroshi Ebine, Miwa Uhara, Joint translator, pp. 65-75 and the Index, Osaka Kyoiku Tosho,   2016 12 , 427131031X
  • Emily's Journal, Sarah Ferimi, trans. Yoshistugu Uchida, Miwa Uhara, Joint translator, pp. 15-22, Osaka Kyoiku Tosho,   2013 04
  • Child Writer from Austen to Woolf, Christine Alexander, Jukiet McMaster, trans. Hisae Ashizawa, Ai Sugimura, Miwa Uhara, Joint translator, pp. 123-65, Sairyusha,   2009 12 , 4779114675

Misc

  • Charltte Brontë and Ireland, Miwa Uhara, 469, 478,   2016 03
  • Shirley: A Portrait of 'Un-English' English Society, 1, 2, 81, 97,   2011 03