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Hisao Oshima Last modified date:2021.06.14

Associate Professor / Art / Department of Content and Creative Design / Faculty of Design


Presentations
1. Hisao Oshima, Ophelia and the Japanese Actresses: The Role's Formative Influence on the Idea of Joyu, The 4th Biennial Conference of the Asian Shakespeare Association, 2020.11, [URL], This paper aims to examine how the role of Ophelia has influenced the idea of Joyu in Japan..
2. Shakespeare and 3 Witches: the Iconology of Their Visual Reception.
3. The Victorian Visual Reception of Shakespeare: the Preraphaelite's Shakespearean Paintings and the "Shakspeareanity" of the Punch.
4. Hisao Oshima, A Psychological Study of the Preraphaelite's Visual Reception of Shakespeare , 35nd International Conference on Psychology and the Arts, 2018.06, [URL], This paper aims to be a psychological study of the Preraphaelite's visual reception of Shakespeare.
5. Hisao Oshima, Shoyo Tsubouchi and His "Complete Works of Shakespeare", The 3rd Biennial Conference of the Asian Shakespeare Association, 2018.05, This paper aims to examine how Shoyo Tsubouchi's "Complete Works of Shakespeare" influenced the reception of Shakespeare in Japan..
6. The 70th Annual Conference of the Kysuhu Branch of the Japan Association of English Literature.
7. World Shakespeare Congress 2016: New Trends in the Performance Study of Shakespeare.
8. Hisao Oshima, Tadashi Suzuki's "King Lear" and the Japanese Architecture, 2016 World Shakespeare Congress: Creating and Re-creating Shakespeare , 2016.08, [URL], This paper aims to analyse the creative relationship between Tadashi Suzuki's "King Lear" and the Japanese architecture..
9. Hisao Oshima, A Psychological Study of Christopher Marlowe's Manipulation of the Audience Response in "The Jew of Malta", 32nd International Conference on Psychology and the Arts, 2015.06, [URL], This paper aims to analyse Christopher Marlowe's psychological manipulation of the audience response in "The Jew of Malta.".
10. This paper aims to examine "Joe Macbeth" using the promotion book kept in Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington and show how the commercialism of Hollywood affected the adaptation and its promotion policy. .
11. Hisao Oshima, Japanese Stage Representations of Travels in Shakespeare's Plays in the Romance Tradition, Inaugural Conference of the Asian Shakespeare Association, 2014.05, This paper aims to analyze Japanese stage representations of travels in Shakespeare's plays and show how travels in Shakespeare's plays in the Romance tradition are staged using traditional theatrical representations in Japan..
12. Hisao Oshima, A Psychological Study of the After-war Intertextuality of Akira Kurosawa's "Throne of Blood", 30th International Conference on Psychology and the Arts, 2013.06, [URL], As an intertextual reception case-study, this paper aims to analyze the psychological effects of Akira Kurosawa's "Throne of Blood" in the After-war period of Japan..
13. Stage Representations of Tempests in Shakespeare's Plays.
14. Locality of Shakespearean Performances in Korea and Japan, [URL].
15. Hisao Oshima, Psychological Effects of Shakespearean Performances in Japan after the 3.11 Tsunami, 29th International Conference on Psychology and the Arts, 2012.07, [URL], As an intertextual reception case-study, this paper aims to analyze the psychological effects of Shakespearean performances in Japan after the 3.11 Tsunami..
16. Shipwrecks in the Kabuki Style: "The Tempests" in Japan, [URL].
17. "Ninagawa Tempest" and the Japanese Tradition of Shakespearean Adaptation: Prospero, Shakespeare, and Zeami in Sado Island, [URL].
18. Shakespeare in Silent Films: A Study of "The Tempest" (GB, 1908).
19. Westerns and Shakespeare: The Intertextuality of Shakespearean Reception in Genre Films.
20. The Intertextuality of the Shakespearean Reception in Genre Films of the Post-war Decade -- From "My Darling Clementine" to "The Bad Sleeps Well" --.
21. The Report about the Shakespeare Congress of Southern Africa: Localities of Shakespearean Receptions .
22. The Intertextuality of Time and History in "Antony and Cleopatra".
23. Ninagawa's Intertextual and Intercultural Uses of Geography and History in his Production of "The Tempest".
24. The Throne of Blood and Kurosawa's Intertextual Transplantation of Macbeth.
25. The Tempest and the Master-Servant Discourse.
26. Richard Flecknoe's "Short Treatise of the English Stage" and Restoration Views of Shakespeare.
27. Reading "The Tempest": Introduction "Text and Intertextuality".
28. "The Tempest": "Text and Intertextuality".
29. The Current Situation of the Study of Shakespeare's Language: Review of Russ McDonald, "Shakespeare and the Arts of Language".
30. Hitory Plays on King John and the Discourse of Religious Conflicts.
31. "The Class Sense of Tamburlaine the Great: What the Sign of a "Shepherd" Signifies.".
32. 'Machevil' as a Wandering Ideorogue: Marlowe's Reception of Machiavellism.
33. The Comic Language of "Comedy of Errors": Sense and Nonsense.
34. Iconoclasm in "The Jew of Malta": Realities of Christian Colonialism.
35. Comic Elements in Shakespeare's Four Great Tragedies: Festivity and Satire.
36. A Study of "Richard III" as a Drama about Guilty Conscience.
37. Religion and Politics in "The Massacre at Paris".
38. Barabas as an Iconoclast.
39. Nature in Shakespeare.
40. The Imagery of Fire in the Narrative Poems of Marlowe and Shakespeare.
41. Mutability in "Lucrece".
42. Time and Herosim in "Antony and Cleopatra".