(Last updated : 2018-12-14 13:11:52)
  JAMES, Andrew Stanley
   Department   Undergraduate School  , School of Commerce
   Position   Professor
■ Books and Papers
1. 2013/05 Book Kingsley Amis: Antimodels and the Audience (Single) 
2. 2018/12 Article Kingsley Amis's "Mean Sod's Guide": A Study of Pubs and Manners (Single) 
3. 2018/11 Article Reviewing the Lives and Works of Philip Larkin and Kingsley Amis (Single) 
4. 2018/09 Article The Problem of Balance in Sideways (Single) 
5. 2018/03 Article How Robert Parker's 90+ and Ann Noble's Aroma Wheel Changed the Discourse of Wine Tasting Notes (online) (Single) 
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■ Conference Presentations
1. 2016/11/19 Misogyny and Male Power in Jake's Thing by Kingsley Amis (Conflict, Power and their Representations)
2. 2015/06/06 Humanizing Wine, Vinifying People: the Use of Specialized Wine Rhetoric in Sideways (55e congrès de la SAES)
3. 2013/09/12 The Tales of Frederick Philip Grove (The Short Story and Short Story Collection in the Modernist Period: Between Theory and Practice)
4. 2013/08/01 David Lodge's Therapy: Writing Fiction from a Poetic Sensibility (12th International Connotations Symposium : "Poetry in Fiction")
5. 2013/05/23 The High Art of Storytelling and Graham Swift's Out of this World (Storytelling Conference)
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■ Academic Qualifications
1. 2010/04/28
Degree Acquisition
University of Ulster, Doctor of Philosophy
2. 〔Doctoral course〕 20th century English literature, Graduate School, Division of Letters, University of Ulster, Completed,
3. 2002/07/23
Degree Acquisition
University of Birmingham, M.A.
4. 1992/05/16
Degree Acquisition
Mississippi State University, M.A.
5. 1990/05
Degree Acquisition
Queen's University, Kingston, Canada, B.A.
■ Professional Achievements
● Other note that should be mentioned specially on duty
1. 20th century and contemporary English literature. Kingsley Amis, Graham Swift, David Lodge, Philip Larkin. Archival and manuscript research.
■ Research Topics, Consignment Studies & KAKENHI Researches
1.   In search of Graham Swift's creative method through archival research  (Key Word : Graham Swift, contemporary English literature, archival studies, manuscript research)
■ Current Specialized Field
各国文学・文学論(Literature of Various Countries/Theories of Literature Criticism)