I earned a Ph.D. in Japanese Literature from Paris Cité University (2022). My research examines literary practices connected to visual culture during the Meiji and Taishô eras. I am also invested in discourses about translation, aesthetic effectiveness and the imagination. These themes guide my exploration of literary adaptations into contemporary media. My current project explores the reception of Natsume Sôseki’s work and the creative power of its visual reinvention.
- Modern Japanese literature
- Literary practices connected to visual culture in Meiji and Taishô
- The interplay between literature and other media
- The reception of canonical writers in contemporary culture
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