Keiko Kimura teaches at Kobe Women's University, Japan.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
The Role of the Noh Play Chikubushima: An Amalgamation of Shintoism and Buddhism

The role of the Japanese Noh play <i>Chikubushima</i> as an example of an amalgamation of Shintoism and Buddhism

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The Other Self as a Spirit: The Noh Play “Aoi-no-Ue (Lady Aoi)”

This session is an exploration of Rokujo’s divided selves in <i>Aoi-no-Ue</i> comparing the play with the original story of The Tale of Genji.

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The Fantasy World of A Girl: Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth

In Pan’s Labyrinth by Guillermo del Toro, the fantasy world invented by a girl and the real world under the fascist government of General Franco is interwoven.

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Women in Madness: “Hanjo” and “Sumidagawa” in Noh Theater

In “Hanjo”, the heroine’s waiting for her lover makes her insane. In “Sumidagawa”, the heroine searching for her son has the same effect.

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