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国際言語学科

教員名:Stephen L.Toskar

所属外国語学部 国際言語学科
職名・学位教授,M.A.(文学修士)
氏名Stephen Toskar
大学院授業担当の有無
担当科目観光英語B,コミュニカティブ・イングリッシュIA・IIA,CAIイングリッシュマスタリーI・II,総合英語演習IA,英米の詩A/英語の詩,観光英語A/観光英語,ビジネス・イングリッシュIIA,CAIイングリッシュ演習I,卒業研究
学内委員会委員,指導担当サークル顧問等国際交流委員会委員長,同留学専門部会長,1-4年生アドバイザー,ESSサークル顧問
学生へのメッセージIf language is man’s greatest tool of communication, then we should seriously take some time to learn how to use this tool; we should take even more time to practice using this tool.
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所属学会名・社会活動等
主な著書 ・論文等の名称単著・共著の別発行又は 発表の年月発行所,発表雑誌等又は発表学会等の名称
(著書・論文)
“Galway Kinnell’s The Book of Nightmares: The Wages of Dying is Love” Self1981Hokusei Review (Hokusei Gakuen Daigaku) Vol. 19
“Breaking Through the Bars of Edward Albee’s The Zoo Story”Self1982Hokusei Review (Hokusei Gakuen Daigaku) Vol. 20
“Opening the Self: A Study of Carolyn Forche’s Gathering the Tribes”Self1986Otaru Women’s Junior College Journal Vol. 16
“Philip Levine: The Filth and Glory of the Palatable World”Self1990Otaru Women’s Junior College Journal Vol. 19
“On Philip Levine’s What Work Is”Self1993Hokkaido English Literature Society Journal Vol. 38
Book Translation: Taijin Kyofu or Delusional Social Phobia by Itaru Yamashita (translated by Stephen Toskar and Yoko Sato)Co-translation1993Hokkaido University Press
“Philip Levine’s ‘A Walk with Tom Jefferson’: RomanticismCherishing the Forgotten”Self1994Otaru Women’s Junior College Journal Vol. 23
“Carolyn Forche’s The Angel of History: Poetics as Theme in the Poetry of Witness”Self1996Otaru Women’s Junior College Journal Vol. 25
“Approaching Philip Levine’s The Simple Truth”SelfMar/2001 Journal of Hokkaido Bunkyo University Vol. 2
“On Philip Levine’s The Mercy”SelfMar/2002Journal of Hokkaido Bunkyo University Vol. 3
“On Gary Corseri’s Random Descent”Self2003Journal of Hokkaido Bunkyo University Vol. 4
“Language and Cultural Awareness in Regard to Invitations and Refusals: comparisons of Japanese, English, Chinese and Russian politeness strategies and how they impact foreign/second language learners,”Co-author2003Journal of Hokkaido Bunkyo University Vol. 4
“On Philip Levine’s Breath: The Shiver of Mortality” SelfMar/2005Journal of Hokkaido Bunkyo University Vol. 6
“On Carolyn Forche’s Blue Hour: Breaking Free from the Poetry of Witness”SelfMar/2007Journal of Hokkaido Bunkyo University Vol. 8
“On Gerald Stern’s American Sonnets: Intimations of Paradise”SelfMar/2008Journal of Hokkaido Bunkyo University Vol. 9
“Philip Levine’s News of the World: The Sum of Uncertainties”SelfMar/2010 Journal of Hokkaido Bunkyo University Vol. 11
Book Translation: Selection from Mother Burning and Other Poems: Parallel Translation of Selected Poems of Soh Sakon, Kasai Tsugio, ed. (Traslators: Nakata Noriko, Makino Harumi, Stephen Toskar)Co-translation30/April/2011Doyoubijutsusha Shuppan Hanbai
“On Larry Levis’ Elegy: The Image Doesn’t Stop Here,” Journal of Hokkaido Bunkyo University,.SelfMar /2011Journal of Hokkaido Bunkyo University Vol. 12
Presentations:
“On the Poetry of Galway Kinnell”Self18/May/1978Hokkaido Association of American Literature at Sapporo American Center
“Some Contemporary Poets in Their Own Words” Self29/Jun/1979Hokkaido Bunka Koza, 21st English Literature Series lectures
“The Use of Metaphor from the Viewpoint of Contemporary American Poets,” Toskar, Yaguchi, Corseri, et al.SymposiumNov. 7. 1981Symposium on the Interpretation of MetaphorEast and West, Hokkaido Association of American Literature
Magazine article:“Poetry Caravan, Hokkaido”Self1981Kyoto Review Vol. 2, No. 13
“A Discussion of Edward Albee’s The Zoo Story”Self13/Nov/ 1982Hokkaido Association of American Literature
“The Current State of Education in America Today”SelfSpring 1984UNESCO lecture, Ishikari Branch
“An Introduction to Philip Levine’s What Work Is”Self3/Nov/1992Japan Association of English Literature, Hokkaido Branch, presentation at Hokkaido University
“The Poetry of Philip Levine: New Beginnings through Life’s Phases”SelfSummer 1993Kokai Koza, Otaru Joshi Tandai
“On the Poetry of Rod Taylor”SelfSummer 2007Sapporo, Shiroishi-ku Yakusho Bunka Koza
A Selection of Published Poetry:_________________________________
“The Hawk and the Wild Goose”SelfEarly 1980sChandrabhaga (India)
“Kirpal, in Memorium”Self1986Sant Bani MagazineVol. 11, No. 1 & 2,Jul/Aug
“Black Water” Self2001Poetry Nippon
“The Fire Between Us” Self2002Poetry Nippon
“The Taste of Prayer”SelfFeb/2004Manifestations:The D’Arts Literary Anthology, Xlibris Corporation
“EclipseSelfFeb/2004Manifestations:The D’Arts Literary Anthology, Xlibris Corporation
“Jerome Rothenberg’s Chanting Made Me Do It”Self2005Chattahoochee Review Summer
“Yonge St., Toronto”SelfOct/ 2005Poetry Nippon Vol. 2, No. 6
“Sorry”SelfOct/2006Poetry Nippon Vol. 2, No. 7
“Graybeard”SelfOct/2007Poetry Nippon Vol. 2, No. 8
“Sleepless in Fukushima”SelfNov/2012Farewell to Nuclear, Welcome to Renewable Energy: A Collection of Poems by 218 Poets, Coal Sack Press
“The Fukushima Insomniac Chronicles”Self17/May/2012Dissident Voice
“Teaching Baby Boy Blue the Cost of Things”Self 2013The Pedestal Magazine Issue 73,
“The Beheading That Made Me a Man in Two Sonnets Flat”SelfFall 2015Arc Poetry Magazine’s Spoken Word Issue, #78
“Lunar Eclipse by the Chitose River, December 10, 2011”Self2015The Pedestal Magazine Issue 76,
“Genesis”SelfJuly/2016Tokyo Poetry Journal
“The White Rose” Self 7/April/2016LA Progressive
“That Barack He Sure Can Talk” Self12/Jan/2016Hollywood Progressive
“Aleppo Falls as Winter Fog Settles on the Chitose River”Self1/Feb/2017Transcend Media Service
“Repaying an Immigrant for Teaching Me How to Steal, Long Island, Ma 1955”SelfDec/2017The Pedestal Magazine Issue 81,