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  • Faculty Spotlight Part II: Professor Makiko Deguchi, specialist in Cultural Psychology

    2018/01/25
    Professor Makiko Deguchi is an associate professor in the Department of English Studies. She completed her undergraduate work in Economics at Wellesley College and then went on to earn two Masters in Psychology and Human Development, as well as her Ph.D. in Cultural Psychology, at Boston University.  She recently translated the book Diane J. Goodman’s “Promoting Diversity and Social Justice: Educating Members of Privileged Groups” 2011, into Japanese.  Professor Deguchi sat down with editors of the student journal Angles, to discuss the book, her career, and her teaching philosophy. Angles Editors: Why did you choose (to study/teach) psychology? Professor Deguchi: Well, my undergraduate major was in economics and I had regretted majoring in <続きを読む>
  • Faculty Spotlight Part I: Professor Makiko Deguchi, specialist in Cultural Psychology

    2018/01/12
    Professor Makiko Deguchi is an associate professor in the Department of English Studies. She completed her undergraduate work in Economics at Wellesley College and then went on to earn two Masters in Psychology and Human Development, as well as her Ph.D. in Cultural Psychology, at Boston University.  She recently translated the book Diane J. Goodman’s “Promoting Diversity and Social Justice: Educating Members of Privileged Groups” 2011, into Japanese.  Professor Deguchi sat down with editors of the student journal Angles, to discuss the book, her career, and her teaching philosophy.  Angles Editors: Can you tell us about your background?  You lived in America for a long time?  Professor Deguchi: I was born <続きを読む>
  • Language Plays Theatre Festival Report

    2018/01/11
    photo Sazaesan
         On December 10th,  a group of students from the English department participated in the Langauge Plays Theatre festival as guest performers. The students performing were 2nd-year students from Professor Kimiyo Ogawa’s English Skills Class. The play began as an in-class performance, but thanks to the kind consideration of the teachers from the Langauge Plays club, students from Professor Ogawa’s Skills Class were invited to perform for the first time at the theatre festival. The idea of this play and the script were entirely original and conceived by the students and Professor Ogawa.      The play was an adaptation of the Japanese anime “Sazae-san,” themed around “sexuality.” The adaptation imagined <続きを読む>