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This website aims to answer the main questions that will help you to produce your best work in the Eibungakka. Please study it carefully; it will help you to succeed, not only in my courses, but also in your work for other teachers.

About Click here for basic information about my office hours, e-mail contact, etc.

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Discussion and Presentation: Click here.

Writing Workshop: Click here.

Lecture: Women, literature and society, 1600-1900 : Click here.

Lecture: Bible, literature and society: Click here.

Lecture: Tudor and Stuart England (1485-1714): Click here.

Graduation Thesis: My regular slot for monitoring students is on

Thursday from 11:00 to 12:00.

If this time is not possible for you, please contact me to arrange an alternative time.

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How to write a term paper:

A transcript of my lecture on how to write a term paper (in Japanese)

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Plagiarism:
If you don't already know, find out what plagiarism is!

Many of the students who fail on my courses fail because they plagiarise their reports.

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E-mail me:

j-yamamo@sophia.ac.jp

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Fun stuff:

If you love books...

This book is a real treasure from the 15th century.

Take a look!

And here is a link to my collection of

17th century books: CLICK HERE!

My latest publication is:

Pain, Pleasure and Perversity: Discourses of Suffering in Seventeenth-Century England

(Ashgate, 2013)

I maintain a blog for issues relating to the book here

For a general list of my publications,

with access to some of them, go here.

And, just for fun...

  check my YouTube videos!  

 

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