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Jennifer Cullen

Part-Time Lecturer

Dr. Jennifer Cullen is an adjunct professor of Japanese culture and film at Northeastern University. She has previously lectured at the University of California, Los Angeles; Wellesley College; and Tufts University. She has had publications in The Journal of Japanese Studies and translated works such as “Don Quixote and Natsume Soseki.”

  • Cullen, J. “A Comparative Study of Tenko: Sata Ineko and Miyamoto Yuriko” Journal of Japanese Studies Vol.36 No. 1 (2010)
  • Cullen, J. “A Blank Page: The Canonization of Higuchi Ichiyo.” Harvard Asia Quarterly Vol.16 Issue 3 (2015)
  • Cullen. J. Writing Purity: The Rise of Virginity as a Literary Concern in Modern Japan. Riga, Latvia: Scholars’ Press (2015).

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  • Education

    PhD, 2007, Japanese Literature
    University of California-Los Angeles

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