OHCHI, Shinsuke

OHCHI, Shinsuke


Department of British, American, and European Languages and Literatures, and Linguistics
(American and British Literature)

E-mail: ohchi[at]hiroshima-u.ac.jp

Research Fields

19th and 20th Century American Literature and Literature of the American South

Research Keywords

  • American Literature
  • William Faulkner

Research Outline

My focus is on American literature, especially the work of Nobel Prize-winning writer William Faulkner. As a thesis mentor, I mainly provide guidance to students who are pursuing studies of Southern writers such as Faulkner, Mark Twain, Toni Morrison, as well as 19th-century American writers like Herman Melville, Edgar Allan Poe, and Henry James.

Research Achievements

  • Counter-Narratives and American Literature, Otowa-Shobo Tsurumi-Shoten, 2012. [Co-authored]
  • New Frontiers in the Study of American Literature, Nanundo, 2009. [Co-authored]
  • Japanese Studies of Faulkner, The William Faulkner Journal of Japan, 18, pp.95-107, 2016.
  • Faulkner and Seishi Yokomizo: The Dilemma of the American South and Japan, The William Faulkner Journal of Japan, 16, pp.79-90, 2014.
  • William Faulkner and Alejandro González Iñárritu: The Fragmentation of the Time and Space in a Story, The William Faulkner Journal of Japan, 11, pp.68-79, 2009.