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King's College London, University of London

Staff within the Modern Language Centre who lecture/carry out research in Japanese Studies

Mrs Kaoru Shimizu-Godoy

MA (Birkbeck , University of London)
Subject Specialisation: Applied Linguistics, Japanese language (Japanese language teacher, Subject leader of Japanese, part-time, 0.7)

Mrs Nobuko Tokuda-Leslie

LLB (Gakushuin)
Subject Specialisation: Japanese language (Japanese language teacher, Group leader of Japanese, part-time, 0.3)


Library and Information Resources

The Modern Language Centre at King's College has about 100 Japanese teaching materials, including text books, books, audio and computer aided resources. It subscribes to the weekend edition of the Asahi Shimbun, and receives a monthly magazine about Japanese contemporary culture/issues. The average annual expenditure on Japan-related resources since 1993 is £200-250. As the main library at King's College does not have a separate Japanese section, no statistics were available for this but the College has access to all the other libraries of the University of London . The MLC has also started using the Internet in teaching Japanese, as part of the courses and as part of the encouraged independent study programme using the open learning resources.


Address Modern Language Centre
Kings College London
170 Strand
London WC2R 2LS
Telephone 020 7848 2890 Fax 020 7240 0035 School E-mail address modern.language@kcl.ac.uk Website http://www.kcl.ac.uk/schools/
humanities/mlc/langs/
japanese.html