教員紹介

  • Faculty Spotlight: Professor Oshio, a specialist in US History

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    Professor Kazuto Oshio lived in Germany until the start of elementary school. After returning to Japan he attended public school and after high school entered Tskuba University.  His original intention was to be a high school English teacher, but life took him in other directions and he was presented with the opportunity to pursue graduate work at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, where he got his M.A. in history. Professor Oshio then went on to get his Ph.D. at the University of California at Santa Barbara, where he began his work on environmental history and water history in the western United States. Recently, he sat down with the editors of the student journal Angles, <続きを読む>
  • Angles: a Journal of New Writing (Issue 3 Now Available)

    The Department of English Studies is excited to announce that the third issue of Angles, a student journal of new writing, was published in March of 2018. This is our largest and most expansive issue yet! For close to a year, a dedicated group of student editors worked to gather material, consult with writers, and design and layout the journal for printing.  The third issue contains more than twenty pieces that span a variety of writing genres, including personal essays, senior thesis excerpts, as well as fiction and poetry. Angles endeavors to be a place where ideas can be explored openly, an outlet equal in spirit to the diverse range <続きを読む>
  • Faculty Spotlight: Professor Mitsuyo Sakamoto, a specialist in Linguistics.

    Professor Mitsuyo Sakamoto grew up in Canada. Due to the influence of being born in a multicultural country, she started to have an interest in language which later pushed her to pursue her career as a linguist. She finished her B.A. and afterward completed her Ph.D. at the University of Toronto. Her areas of interest are Bilingualism, Language acquisition, maintenance and attrition, Second and third language acquisition, Foreign language pedagogy, Sociocultural theory and SLA, Qualitative research, Multiculturalism and multicultural education. Recently, she sat down with the editors of the student journal Angles, to discuss her career, her work, and her teaching. Angles Editor: How did you get started in your field? <続きを読む>
  • Faculty Spotlight Part II: Professor Makiko Deguchi, specialist in Cultural Psychology

    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

    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>
  • 外国語学部語劇(12月10日開催)に英語学科もゲスト出演!

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    12月10日(日)に上智大学外国語学部語劇祭を10号館講堂にて開催致します。イスパニア語学科・ロシア語学科・ポルトガル語学科の3学科による上演となります。今回は、英語学科もゲスト参加します。 英語劇(ゲスト参加) 10:15開場/10:30開演  *詳しくは下記のポスターをご覧ください。イスパニア語劇    12:15開場/12:30開演ポルトガル語劇    14:45開場/15:00開演ロシア語劇      17:45開場/18:00開演 ★ゲネプロ:英語劇12/4(月)19時10分、ポルトガル語劇12/5(火)18時50分、ロシア語劇12/6(水)18時15分、イスパニア語劇12/8(金)18時50分 また、毎日新聞でも、本劇祭が取り上げられました(こちらから)。是非、お越しください。    <続きを読む>
  • Faculty Spotlight: Professor Mafuyu Kitahara, Director of the Phonetics Laboratory

    Professor Mafuyu Kitahara finished his B.A. and M.A. at Kyoto University and afterward completed his Ph.D. at Indiana University. His fields are Phonetics, Phonology, and Cognitive Science. He came to Sophia University in 2016 and was appointed the director of the Phonetics Laboratory in September.  Recently he sat down with the editors of the student journal Angles, to discuss his career, his work, and his teaching. Angles Editors: Can you tell us how you got started in your field and what affected you the most in the field of linguistics? Professor Kitahara: I was born in Chiba, raised in Nagano, which is the eastern part of Japan. My father is <続きを読む>
  • SOPHIA OPEN CAMPUS 2017を開催します(8月2日、3日)

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    外国語学部英語学科では、8月2日・3日の2日間にわたって、8名の教員が体験授業をを行います(詳細は下記のプログラムを参照)。英語「を」学ぶだけではなく、英語「で」何が学べるのか-是非、様々な授業に参加して、体験してみてください。また、図書館B1Fでは、英語学科教員・学生との相談コーナーもありますので、気軽にお立ち寄りください。Looking forward to seeing you there! 【説明会・相談コーナー】(両日開催)外国語学部説明会: 11:05-11:35  6号館1F 101および3F 307                              14:20-14:50  10号館講堂※説明会(11:05-11:35)は、2教室で同時開催。どちらも同一内容です。学部相談コーナー: 10:00-16:00 図書館B1F英語学科相談コーナー: 10:00-16:00 図書館B1F 【体験授業】Visit us at our booths to learn more about our department (英語学科相談コーナー), and join us at any of our Open Campus lectures to experience the variety of our subjects and the energy of our classrooms.  Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017 Time Lecture  Title Professor Building & Room #  10:00-10:45  バイリンガル教育と多文化共生 坂本 光代 6-205  10:00-10:45   外国語学部の強みを生かした授業(グローバルな視点から学ぶ) 小川 公代 6-410  15:00-15:45   何故ことばを学ぶのか 東郷 公德 6-410  15:00-15:45    ゼミ学生による研究発表(北米史) 石井 紀子 12-502 Thursday, August 3rd, 2017  Time Lecture  Title Professor Building & Room #  10:00-10:45  Aristotle, Taylor Swift, and the Power of Persuasive Writing Kaufman, Marc 12-502 <続きを読む>
  • Introducing a new book from Professor Mitsuyo Sakamoto: From Applied Linguistics to Language Teaching

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    Department of English Studies faculty member, Professor Mitsuyo Sakamoto, has recently published her new co-edited book detailing the history of the TESOL programme at Sophia University.  Last year marked the tenth anniversary of the programme and the book looks at the challenges involved in creating the individual courses and the success the program has had training teachers “devoted to Foreign Language Education.”   In publishing the book, Professor Sakamoto and the other professors involved, aim to share the core ideas of the TESOL programme at Sophia University with a larger community of educators. For those interested in learning more about this important subject, please read Professor Sakamoto’s new book, available now <続きを読む>
  • 『一目でわかる!「研究力が高い大学」』に飯島准教授の研究が紹介されました。

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    科学研究費助成事業の採択件数上位の大学を取り上げた雑誌『一目でわかる!「研究力が高い大学」』(アネスタ:2017年6月)に、本学科飯島准教授による研究*が紹介されました。本学の「史学一般」の採択数は、全国1800研究機関中7位、私立大学では2位となっています。詳しくはこちらから→2017研究力が高い大学 *研究会題名:若手研究(B)「日本人とコーヒー生産をめぐる国際移動とネットワークに関する歴史学的考察」科学研究費補助金若手研究(B)2012-2014(研究課題番号:24720284)<続きを読む>
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