ABOUT THIS SOJOURNER



so·journ [n. soh-jurn; v. soh-jurn, soh-jurn]
noun
1.
a temporary stay
verb (used without object)
2.
to stay for a time in a place; live temporarily.


A girl who received a Master's in English Literature and turned down a PhD in English Literature to get another Master's in Japanese studies in order to pursue a PhD in Comparative literature! Sometimes some of us take a twisted path to achieve our goals. I created this sojourner as a place to write about the things that matter to me the most and as a creative space to produce content for those with similar interests.

My areas of academic interest include: critical theory, Modern Japanese Literature, global Anglophone literature, affect theory, trauma studies, the global network of ideas (specifically between Japan and the US/Europe), and transnationalism.




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