History is the nightmare from which I'm trying to awaken

Faculty members in the Japan-in-Asia Cultural Studies Program

Affiliated Faculty

[Name]

Shota OGAWA

[Email Address]

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[Teaching Fields]

Social history of film and visual culture

[Position]

Associate Professor, Graduate School of Humanities

[Education]

Ph.D. University of Rochester
MA University of Rochester
BA University of Manchester

[Research Interests]

Diasporic landscapes in Japanese cinema
The tourist gaze and amateur films in imperial Japan
"Natural color film" in translation

[Classes Taught]

G30 Basic Seminar (Fall 2017)

[Professional Experience]

Nagoya University Associate Professor, Graduate School of Humanities (2017-present)

University of North Carolina at Charlotte Assistant Professor, Department of Languages and Culture Studies (2015-2016)

University of North Carolina at Charlotte Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Languages and Culture Studies (2014-2015)

[Selected Publications]

Joanne Bernardi and Shota Ogawa eds., Routledge Handbook of Japanese Cinema. Routledge. (Forthcoming)

"A Long Way Home: The Rhetoric of Family and Familiarity in Yang Yong-hi's Pyongyang Trilogy." Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema vol. 9, no. 1 (2017)

"Reinhabiting the Mock-up Gallows: Koreans in Oshima Nagisa's Sixties." Screen vol. 56, no. 3 (2015): 303-318.

"Oshima in Retrospect(ives): The Question of Corporeality in Daitōa Sensō (1968)." In Perspectives on Oshima Nagisa, ed. Mark Roberts, 11-32. Tokyo: University of Tokyo UTCP, 2015.

"Revisiting Through the Night (Yoru o kakete): A Paradigm or Anomaly of Japanese-Korean Co-production and Cross-media Adaptation." Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema vol. 7 (October 2014): 11-32.

"Korean Film Companies in US Occupied Japan: Toward a Diasporic Film History." The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus 12, no. 38 (September 2014): 152-166.

"Hou Hsiao-hsien in Japan: From Taiwan Trilogy to Café Lumiere." In Asian Connection, ed. Jean-Pierre Gimenez, 150-161. Lyon, France: Asiexpo Edition, 2009.

Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto, "'Genjitsu' (Reality) / 'Riaritī' (Reality): In Lieu of an Introduction." Translated by Shota Ogawa. Review of Japanese Culture and Society 11 (December, 2009): 83-96.

"'I Am Kenji' and the Indignity of Wearing the Others' Look: A Media Review." InVisible Culture: An Electronic Journal for Visual Culture (April 21, 2015).

"North Korea beyond Images: An Exhibition Review of Peter Fend and Morten Traavik at NoSphere Gallery, NYC, June 1-7, 2012.." ArtSlant (June 28, 2012).

Other

Planning committee, "In Glorious Technicolor," a multimedia exhibition at George Eastman House, January 24, 2015-April 26, 2015.

Planning committee, "CinemaScope at 60," a multimedia exhibition at George Eastman House, November 19, 2013-January 5, 2014.

Film series cofounder and organizer, "OnFilm: Thematic Film Series," University of Rochester, September 2009-Present.

Co-curator, "Spectacle East Asia," video exhibition at University of Rochester, April 2008.

"Dryden Blog" (Cinema blog jointly run with Daisuke Kawahara)

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