Tomiko Yoda, Associate Professor

Tomiko Yoda

Please note: Tomiko has left the "Asian & Middle Eastern Studies" group at Duke University; some info here might not be up to date.

Office Location:  215 Trent Hall
Office Phone:  919 684 4310
Email Address: send me a message

Office Hours:

On Leave for 2009 - 2010 Academic Year
Education:

Ph.D. in JapaneseStanford University1996
M.A. in JapaneseStanford University1991
Candidate for Ph.D. in ReligionHarvard University1987
M.A. in Oriental PhilosophyNagoya University (Nagoya, Japan)1987
B.A. in ReligionWesleyan University (Middletown, CT)1983
Specialties:

Japanese
Research Interests: Literary Theory, Gender Studies, and Japanese Intellectual History

She specializes in Japanese literature, intellectual history, gender, and feminist studies.

Recent Publications

  1. T. Yoda (co-edit), Japan After Japan: Social and Cultural Life From the Recessionary 90s to the Present (Summer, 2006), Duke University Press
  2. T. Yoda, First-Person Voice and Citizen-Subject: The Modernity of Ogai's Maihime, Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 65 no. 25 (May, 2006)
  3. T. Yoda, Heian bungaku no joseika to juhasseiki kagaku no kindaisei [Feminization of Heian Literature and the Modernity of Eighteenth-Century Poetics], Genji kenky├╗ no. 10 (2005)
  4. T. Yoda, Gender And National Literature: Heian Texts and Constructions of Japanese Modernity (2004), Duke University Press
  5. T. Yoda, Kogyaru and the Political Economy of Feminized Consuer Culture, in Zappa: the Social Space and Movements of Contemporary Japan, edited by Sabu Kohso and Yutaka Nagahara (Accepted, forthcoming), Autonomedia  [abs]