Loyola University Chicago

Modern Languages and Literatures

Faculty & Staff Directory

Dr. Noriko Day

Title/s:  Part-Time Instructor

Office #:  CC206

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Degrees

Ph.D. University of California, Los Angeles (Asian Languages and Cultures)

M.A. Japanese Literature, University of Colorado Boulder (East Asian Languages and Literatures)

B.A. Psychology, University of Colorado Boulder (Psychology)

Research Interests

Twentieth Century Japanese literature

Classical Japanese literature

Japanese Colonial Literature

Japanese Literature of WWII

Translation

Courses Taught

Modern Japanese Language Courses

Classical Japanese

Japanese Pop Culture

Asian History and Cultures

General Cluster Course

Selected Publications

Haefele, Fred. 2003. Rebuilding the Indian. Translated by Noriko Day. Tokyo: Osho Enterprise Japan.

Dass, Ram. 1994. How Can I Help? Translated by Noriko Day. Tokyo: Hirakawa Shuppan.

Raphaell, Katrina. 1992. Crystal Enlightenment. Translated by Noriko Day. Tokyo: Osho Enterprise Japan.

Selected Internet publication and Associated Books

Day, Noriko. “The Outside Within: Literature of Colonial Hokkaido” UCLA eScholarship. https://escholarship.org/uc/item/9xk0f3p7. 2012.

Naff, William E., J. Thomas. Rimer, and Janet A. Walker, eds. The Kiso Road: The Life and Times of Shimazaki Tōson Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2011.