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Ted Mack

Associate Professor
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Ph.D. Modern Japanese Literature, Harvard University, 2002
M.A. Modern Japanese Literature, Columbia University, 1996
B.A. History, University of Texas, Austin, 1990


Research interests: Modern Japanese-language prose; art and capitalism; the flow of literary works throughout the larger Japanese linguistic community; the function of power in the literary field; and theories of diaspora and heterogeneity, particularly as they challenge culturalist concepts of national identity.

Current Research Projects: The function of Japanese-language literature outside the nation-state, focusing on the production and consumption of literary texts from both within and without Japan in Brazil and the United States.


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HONORS 210 B: Japanese-Language Literature in the Americas

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