Western Faculty-Led Global Learning Program in Japan!
**Experience Japanese language and culture for yourself in the heart of Tokyo**
Open to all Western students with an interest in the Japanese language and culture, no previous Japanese language experience required.
Summer 2018 – June 23rd through July 22nd, 2018
Program website: http://www.wwu-tokyosummer.com/
Facilitated by Western Professor Massimiliano Tomasi
Massimiliano Tomasi - Professor of Japanese (1997), East Asian Studies Program Director
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Office: Miller Hall 222C
Ph.D., Nagoya University, Japan
Prof. Tomasi's areas of expertise include modern Japanese literature and rhetoric. He is the author of Rhetoric in Modern Japan: Western Influences on the Development of Narrative and Oratorical Style (University of Hawaii Press, 2004), The Literary Theory of Shimamura Hōgetsu (1871-1918) and the Development of Feminist Discourse in Modern Japan (Mellen, 2008), and The Dilemma of Faith in Modern Japanese Literature: Metaphors of Christianity (Routledge, 2018). He is also the editor of Religion and Spirituality in Japanese Literature (PAJLS 16, 2015).Prof. Tomasi has led Western students to Europe five times between 2008 and 2012 and has extensive experience with global learning programs.