Meet the Japanese Faculty
Associate Professor in Modern Languages Mat Ryohei Matsuda teaches courses in Japanese as well as guides students who pursue a minor or independent major in Japanese in their study of Japanese-centered subjects.
Mat Ryohei Matsuda
Associate Professor in Modern Languages-Japanese
Ph.D., Indiana University, 2000"Studying Akita and SILS at Waseda will allow me to investigate the relevance and effects of US-style liberal arts education for Japanese students."
Visiting Instructor in Japanese
Ph.D. candidate, University at California, Berkeley"My research interests stem from my fundamental interest in the intersection of literary aesthetics and cultural politics: these include the novel in a comparative context, Translation Studies, Urban Studies, interpretive communities and literary coteries, and popular culture."
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