Jeremy Robinson


Department Chair
Modern Languages and Literatures
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Associate Professor of Japanese Language and Literature

Grand Valley State University

Office: MAK B-2-243

616-331-8907 robinjer@gvsu.edu




Fall 2017 Courses

 

EAS 201

East Asia in the
Contemporary
World

 

 


 

Online Japanese Language Resources

 


 

Japanese Study Abroad Resources


 

Recently Taught Courses
Click on the course title to go to the most recently taught version of the course.
Note that syllabi may change substantially from year to year.

Japanese Language

JPN 101
Elementary
Japanese 1

JPN 102
Elementary
Japanese II

JPN 201
Intermediate
Japanese I

JPN 202
Intermediate
Japanese II

JPN 301
Advanced-Intermediate
Japanese I

JPN 302
Advanced-Intermediate
Japanese II

Japanese Literature/Culture

JPN 321
Premodern
Japanese Culture &
Civilization

JPN 322
Early Modern Japanese Culture &
Civilization

EAS 333
Japanese Theatre
(Study Abroad)

JPN 380 (Fall '11)
Masterpieces of
Japanese Literature

JPN/EAS 380 (Fall '12)
The Japanese
Supernatural

JPN/EAS 380 (Fall '13)
Text and Image in
Japanese Literature

East Asian Studies and Honors Courses

EAS 201
East Asia in the
Contemporary World

EAS 301
Masterpieces of East
Asian Literature

HNR 277
Focus on Asia



Research Interests

• Premodern Japanese poetry and poetic theory • Traditional Japanese Theatre
• Adaptation of works in different genres/media • Japanese humor
• Premodern hybrid text/image works • Japanese folklore and the supernatural

• BA in Japanese Language and Literature, University of Colorado
• BA in Chinese Language and Literature, University of Colorado
• MA in Japanese Literature, University of Colorado
• PhD in Japanese Literature, University of Michigan
Dissertation: The Tsukushi Manyôshû Poets and the Invention of Japanese Poetry

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Links

MLL Blackboard EAS

Japan
GVSU Japanese Program

LRC