Mark TIEDEMANN

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氏名 Mark TIEDEMANN  / マーク ティーダマン
所属 外国語学部現代英語学科
職名 教授
専門分野 19世紀イギリス文学

最終学歴

  • 1980 Bachelor’s Degree in English from Luther College, Decorah, Iowa
  • 1982 Master’s Degree in English Literature from Washington State University, Pullman, Washington

所属学会

  • 日本音声学会
  • 日本英文学会
  • American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL)
  • Association of Students and Teachers of English (ASTE)

研究活動

In recent years I have been devoting myself to developing a course in Peace Studies which I teach to the foreign students at the University.
I also have a great interest in the history of Nagasaki City.
The development of the Theatre in 19th-century Britian, especially the advent of the Musical Production, the influence of the Independent Theatre Group, and the rise of London’s West End.

教育活動

[作成した教科書・教材・参考書]
・1996 English Proficiency Tests
・1996 English Proficiency Test: Practice Tests, Nan’un-Do
・2005 Essential Reading for the TOEIC Test, Kinseido

主要研究業績

著書・論文等
  • “English Trivia,” a column on the history of the English Language in Nagasaki Harbor Light, Sept. 1986 to Dec. 1987. (periodic column)
  • “The Problem with a ‘Problem’ Play: Measure for Measure and Character Development,” The Journal of Nagasaki Junior College of Foreign Languages, 31, Dec. l987, p. 65-76.
  • “Pre-listening Techniques,” lecture given at the 24th Language Laboratory Association Meeting in Nagasaki, June 2, 1990. (oral presentation)
  • “The Deception of Catherine Morland,” The Journal of Nagasaki Junior College of Foreign Languages, Dec. 1990, p. 91-104.
  • “The World Surrounding Listening,” workshop given the Nagasaki Chapter meeting of the Japan Association of Language Teachers (JALT), Feb. 17, 1991. (oral presentation)
  • “Othello and the Element of Pity,” The Journal of Nagasaki Junior College of Foreign Languages, Dec. 1991, p. 87-100.
  • “Pre-listening Techniques,” lecture given at the 18th JALT National Conference in Saitama, November 21, 1992. (oral presentation)
  • “Leonard Woolf’s Jungle Perspective,” The Journal of Nagasaki Junior College of Foreign Languages, Dec. 1992, 77-90.
  • “Institutional Proficiency Tests: Toward a Clearer Understanding of Student Abilities,” The Journal of Nagasaki Junior College of Foreign Languages, Dec. 1993, 93-115.
  • “Positive Testing,” lecture given at the 20th JALT National Conference in Matsuyama, October 9, 1994. (oral presentation)
  • “Why Shakespeare?” Guide to English Language and Literature, Vol. 1, Department of English, Nagasaki Junior College of Foreign Languages, April 1996, p. 88-103.
  • “Romeo and Juliet: Beauty in Motion,” The Journal of Nagasaki Junior College of Foreign Languages, Nov. 1998, 89-97.
  • “To Dream is to Play: A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” The Journal of Nagasaki College of Foreign Languages, April 2000. p. 217-225.
  • “Loss and Discovery in Ishiguro’s A Pale View of Hills,” The Journal of Nagasaki College of Foreign Languages, Nov. 2000.
  • “A Dance of Vanity: The Motivation behind Ono’s Ruminations in Ishiguro’s An Artist of the Floating World” The Journal of Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies, June, 2001.
  • “The Gifts of A Mature Woman” The Journal of Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies, June, 2002.
  • “Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia: “The Play’s the Thing” The Journal of Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies, December, 2002.
  • “The Duality Motif in Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead” The Journal of Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies, June, 2004.
  • “The Japanese Peace Movement” workshop given at the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize Forum, Augsburg College, Minneapolis, Minnesota, March, 2010.
  • “The Hibakushas’ Journeys: Atomic Bomb Survivors’ Struggles for Recognition, Efforts for Peace, and Attempts at Interpretation” workshop given at the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize Forum, Luther College, Decorah, Iowa, March 2011

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