Senior Lecturer in Applied Linguistics and Translation (Japanese to English), University of Portsmouth

I joined the University of Portsmouth full-time in September 2011 after submitting my PhD thesis. I was awarded my PhD (funded by the AHRC) in Applied Linguistics in January 2012.

My main research interests are in:

(1) Written and visual technical/professional communication (both modern and historical)

(2) English language learning and teaching in Japan

(3) Japan studies (particularly modern Japanese fiction and Japanese tattoos)

Prior to coming to Portsmouth, I worked in Japan. I currently collaborate with researchers in Japan from the University of Aizu/会津大学 (English language learning and teaching in Japan) and Kanto Gakuin University/関東学院大学 (translation in Japan).

Experience

  • –present
    Senior Lecturer in Applied Linguistics and Translation (Japanese to English), University of Portsmouth

Education

  • 2012 
    University of Portsmouth, PhD/Applied Linguistics (Technical/Professional Communication)
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