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Omori Presents at Digital Humanities Conference

Associate Professor of Japanese Kyoko Omori presented a paper titled “Analysis of Silent Cinema and Benshi Narration in Digital Humanities" at a meeting in Kyoto, Japan, on Nov. 18.  The conference was organized by the INKE group (Implementing New Knowledge Environments) in Canada, a major collaborative research initiatives program led by scholars at the forefront of computing in the humanities, text analysis, information studies, usability and interface design. It was hosted by Ritsumeikan University, Japan.  More ...

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Omori Publishes Book Chapter
Associate Professor of Japanese Kyoko Omori authored the lead essay, titled "Mystery" (Misuteri), in the volume The Diversity of Occupation Period Literature (Senyo-ki bungaku no tamen-sei), published by Iwanami Shoten in Tokyo.
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Four Faculty Members Receive Summer Research Grants
Four Hamilton faculty members have received awards to conduct research work during the summer. Associate Professor of Sociology Steve Ellingson and Associate Professor of Economics Julio Videras and were each awarded a Class of 1963 Faculty Fellowship. Assistant Professor of Biology Wei-Jen Chang and Assistant Professor of Japanese Kyoko Omori each received a Class of 1966 Career Development Award. More ...
Eight Hamilton Faculty Members Awarded Tenure

Eight Hamilton College faculty members were approved for tenure by the College's Board of Trustees during their recent meeting. The Board granted tenure to Heather Buchman (music), Jennifer Irons (sociology), Masaaki Kamiya (East Asian languages and literatures), Katherine Kuharic (art), Mike McCormick (biology), Tara McKee (psychology), Kyoko Omori (East Asian languages and literatures) and Sharon Werning Rivera (government).  More ...

Omori Lectures at Waseda University in Tokyo
Assistant Professor of Japanese Kyoko Omori gave a lecture in Japanese at Waseda University in Tokyo on May 19. The talk was titled "Japanese Radio Shows from the Occupation Period." It focused on a variety of strategies that the GHQ/SCAP took in the wake of WWII, in order to rebuild the Japanese radio broadcasting system for promoting democracy. Omori's talk was part of the "Open College" lecture series at Waseda University titled "Popular Culture During the Occupation Period (1945-1952)." More ...
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