Prof. Dr. em. Leith Morton

Fellow



Tätigkeits-Zeitraum:
15/04/2018 - 15/10/2018
Land:
Australia
E-Mail:
eugowraleith@gmail.com
Telefon:
+49 651 201 2844
Raum:
DM 8
Projektzugehörigkeiten:
  • F1 – Transition of genre/genres
  • F2 – Transition of language/languages
  • F3 – Transition of culture/cultures
Forschungsschwerpunkte:
  • Contemporary Japanese Poetry
  • Contemporary Poetry
  • Comparative Poetics
Laufende Projekte:

An abstract can be found here.

Publikationen:

A complete list of publications can be found here.

Leistungen am Kolleg:

A full list can be found here.

Werdegang:

Current Positions

Professor Emeritus, Tokyo Institute of Technology

(Professorial) Research Associate, University of Sydney

Fellow of the DFG-Research group “Russian-Language Poetry in transition” (FOR 2603)

Academic Experience

2017-2018: President of the Oriental Society of Australia

2007-2008: Head of English, National University Corporation, Tokyo Institute of Technology

2006-2013: Joint Professor, Graduate Department of Value and Decision Science, National University Corporation, Tokyo Institute of Technology

2004-2013: Vice-President of the International Association of Japanese Studies

2003-2013: Professor, Foregin Language Research and Teaching Centre, National University Corporation, Tokyo Institute of Technology

2001-2009: Editor of the Journal of Oriental Society of Australia

1998-2001: Head, Department of Modern Languages, University of Newcastle

1992-2003: Foundation Professor of Japanese, Department of Modern Languages, University of Newcastle

1992-1995: President of the Japanese Studies Association of Australia (JSAA)

1988-1999: Vice-President of the Sydney Society of Literature and Aesthetics

1987-1992: Senior Lecturer in Japanese, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Sydney

1982: doctorate, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Japanese, University of Sydney

1981-1987: Tenured Lecturer in Japanese, Department of Oriental Studies, University of Sydney

1979-1981: Probationary Lecturer in Japanese, Department of Oriental Studies, University of Sydney

1975: Bachelor of Arts (First Class Honours) in Japanese, University of Sydney

1969: Awarded HSC after graduating Fort Street High School, Sydney