Staff within the Department of East Asian Studies
Dr Caroline ROSE,
Dr Rose researches on Sino-Japanese relations, Japanese international relations and history and citizenship education in China and Japan.
Dr Kweku AMPIAH (BA ICU, PhD Oxford)
Dr Ampiah's main areas of interest are IPE, with reference to development, specifically Japanese aid operations; decolonisation and the emergence of the Third World in world politics; and early post-war International Diplomacy. PD
Dr Sierk HORN (MA, PhD phil, PhD habil, Berlin)
Dr Horn teaches Japanese social studies with a particular focus on business and management. His research focuses on Japanese business and management practices.
Dr Soyeun KIM (BA Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, MA Osaka University of Foreign Studies, PhD London).
Dr Kim's research interests are broadly in political ecology and political economy of development and environmentalism - with a particular geographical focus in East Asia. Her current research is on East Asian donors.
Dr Irena HAYTER (PhD, SOAS)
Dr Hayter is Sasakawa Lecturer in Japanese Studies. Her research focuses on 1930s Japanese fictions, modern Japanese literature, film and cultural studies.
Ms TAKEWA Mika
Ms Takewa is a Teaching Fellow in Japanese.
Mr MORIMOTO Kazuki (BA Doshisha , MA Iowa)
Mr Morimoto is a Teaching Fellow in Japanese.
Ms OEDA Yuka (BA Hiroshima , MA Durham)
Ms Oeda is a Teaching Fellow in Japanese.
Professor Mark WILLIAMS (MA Oxford , PhD Berkeley)
Professor Williams teaches Japanese language and literature. His research focuses on contemporary Japanese fiction and Christianity in Japan . He has translated several Japanese works into English.
Staff who lecture/carry out research in Japanese Studies but are not in the Department of East Asian Studies
Dr Duncan McCargo
Subject Specialisation: Japanese politics
Dr Stephen Turnbull
Subject Specialisation: Religion in Japan
Dr Paul Waley
Subject Specialisation: Geography of Japan
Library and Information Resources
Ms Xiyi Huang is the Librarian at Leeds in charge of the Japanese resources at the Brotherton Library.