Web pages for students of English literature at Sophia University

 

  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.

Use this search box
to find anything you

want on my website!

Email me:

j-yamamo@sophia.ac.jp


About Click here for basic information about my office hours, email contact, etc.

My classes:

Advanced Academic English

Discussion and Presentation

Graduation Thesis

Lecture: Literature, Culture & Society

Writing Workshop

Other stuff:

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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Check out my
lecture course
videos!

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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 most recent 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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Video lessons

Computer skills

Writing skills

Speaking skills

Study skills

Literature

Global Issues

Web links

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