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ITO Yuko

Profile

Title Professor
Belong to Dept. of International Studies
Dept. of Comparative Cultures
Languages and Cultures (graduate school)
Graduated University of Sussex (UK)
Degree Doctor of Philosophy
Academic Institutional Membership The Virginia Woolf Society of Japan
The Society of English Literature and Linguistics, Nagoya University
Field of Study English Literature
Research, Studies Early twentieth century English literature and culture
Curriculum Specialized Comparative Cultures

Books Published, Translation

From the History of Translation Reasoning. Ed. Natalya Reinhold. Yuko Ito. "Translating Body Movement in Virginia Woolf’s The Waves." Moscow: RGGU, 2013. 131-144. ISBN 978-5-7281-1572-4

Virginia Woolf and Communities: Selected Papers from the Eighth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf. Eds. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker. Yuko Ito. "The Masked Reality in Leonard Woolf's Colonial Writings." New York: Pace University Press, 1999. 136-4. ISBN: 0-944473-47-4

Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf. Eds. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker. Yuko Ito. "The Production of the South Country in the Bloomsbury Group's Writings." New York: Pace University Press, 1998. 257-61.

Academic Papers, Critique

Yuko Ito. "Virginia Woolf and Russian Ballet: Modernist England and the Representation of Body in Literature (in Japanese). " Arena. Vol. 17 (2014): 1-17. In press. Chubu University.

Yuko Ito. "100 Anniversary Daily Mail 'Ideal Home Show' and British Interior (in Japanese)." Arena. Vol. 13 (2012): 267-274. Chubu University.

Yuko Ito. "Daily Mail 'Ideal Home Exhibition' 100 Years Ago and British Interior (in Japanese)." Arena. Vol. 11 (2011): 432-439. Chubu University.

Yuko Ito. "The Naked Body in Turn-of-the-Century England: the Bloomsbury Group, Interior Space and Subverted Representation of Nakedness (in Japanese)." Arena. Vol. 6 (2009): 94-108. Chubu University.

Yuko Ito. "Revelling/Rebelling Party Dress: On Fancy Dress Ball in 1911 London (in Japanese)." Arena. Vol. 5 (2008): 386-390. Chubu University.

Yuko Ito. "Leonard Woolf’s Rhetoric of New International Space." Virginia Woolf Miscellany. 72(2007): 52-54. New Haven: Southern Connecticut State University.

Yuko Ito. "The Exoticised Space in Virginia Woolf's Parties and the 'Dreadnought Hoax.' " Boekihu: Chubu International Review. Vol. 2 (2007): 9-26.

Yuko Ito. " 'The Dreadnought Hoax' and the Representation of Abyssinia: On the Prestige of British Empire in Early 20th Century." Arena. Vol. 4 (2007): 213-222.

Yuko Ito. "Leonard and Virginia Woolf's Rhetoric of New International Space." IVY. Vol. 38(2006): 21-44. The Society of English Literature and Linguistics, Nagoya University.

Yuko Ito. The Touristic Stages in Between the Acts, Central Japan English Studies 17(1998): 67-81.

Yuko Ito. The Unrecorded Sequences: Virginia Woolf's The Years, Virginia Woolf Review 12(1995):43-60.

Yuko Ito. The Converted Fictionality in Virginia Woolf's Jacob's Room, IVY 27: 83-105, 1994

Yuko Ito. The Diffused Narrative Space: Virginia Woolf's The Waves, IVY 25: 81-104, 1992

Book Review

Yuko Ito. Helen Southworth, ed., Leonard Woolf and Virginia Woolf, the Hogarth Press and the Networks of Modernism (Edinburgh UP, 2010). Virginia Woolf Review. Vol. 28 (2011): 101-105.

Lectures, Symposium, Presentation

Conference Presentations

"Russian Ballet and Body Movement in The Waves." Japan-Korea Virginia Woolf Conference, 2013, Doshisya University.

"Nudism in England and the Representation of Body in Fancy Dress Ball in Early 20th-century England." Discussant at a seminar of British Imperialism Society (Japan), 2012, University of Osaka.

"Translating Body Movement in Virginia Woolf’s The Waves." The International Conference on the History of Translation Reasoning, 2012, Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow.

"Body Movement and Modernist Dance in The Waves," The 22nd Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf, 2012, University of Saskatchewan, Canada.

"1911 Fancy Dress Balls in London and the Bloomsbury Group." Key-note speaker, the 47th Annual Conference, The Society of English Literature and Linguistics, Nagoya University, 2008, University of Nagoya.

"Revelling/Rebelling Fancy Dress: the Bloomsbury Group and Society Parties 1909-1911." the 16th Annual International Conference on Virginia, 2007, Miami State University, Ohio, USA.

The Politics of Disguise in ‘Dreadnought Hoax’ and Fancy Dress Parties, The 11th Annual Virginia Woolf Conference (University of Wales), 2001

The Masked Reality in Leonard Woolf's Colonial Writings, The 8th Annual Virginia Woolf Conference(Saint Louis University), 1998

The Production of the South Country in the Bloomsbury Group's Writings, The 7th Annual Virginia Woolf Conference(Plymouth State University),1997

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