Mori Nakatani ｜ Program-Specific Research Fellow ｜ Shakespeare Studies, Theatre and Performance Studies
My research mainly focuses on the translations, productions and adaptations of Shakespeare’s works in Japan, looking at the cultural negotiation that takes place in these works. I am interested in the process in which Japanese modern theatre developed its own language through adopting Shakespearean plays.
B.A. in Liberal Arts, International Christian University, 2013
M.A. in Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University, 2015
M.A. in Shakespeare Studies, Birmingham University, 2015
Ph.D. candidate at Kyoto University (expected in 2020)
Part-time Lecturer at Kyoto University of the Arts, 2017-present
Researcher at Rohm Theatre Kyoto, 2018-2020
Research Fellow at Kokoro Research Center, Kyoto University, 2019-present
Nakatani, Mori. ʻThe Language and Voice of the Shite in Sukehiro Hirakawa and Satoshi Miyagiʼs Mugen-noh Othelloʼ, Human and Environmental Studies, 28 (2019): 105-117.
—. ‘The Audience Experience and Visions: On Takahime’, Rohm Theatre Kyoto Research Program Bulletin: 2018 Reports (2018): 6-29.