Takayuki Tatsumi

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Takayuki Tatsumi
Native name 巽 孝之
Born (1955-05-15) May 15, 1955 (age 59)
Tokyo, Japan
Alma mater Sophia University, Cornell University
Occupation Professor at Keio University

Takayuki Tatsumi (巽 孝之 Tatsumi Takayuki?, born May 15, 1955) is a Japanese scholar.[1] He is a Professor at Keio University, where he has taught literary theory and American literature since 1989.[2]

As an avid science fiction fan, he authored many books and essays on science fiction. He received Nihon SF Taisho prize in 2000 for Nihon SF ronsōshi.

Works[edit]

Single authorship[edit]

  • (1988) Saibāpanku amerika (サイバーパンク・アメリカ Cyberpunk America)
  • (1992) Gendai SF no retorikku (現代SFのレトリック Rhetoric of Contemporary Science Fiction)
  • (1993) Metafikushon no bōryaku (メタフィクションの謀略 / Metafiction as Ideology)
  • (1993) Japanoido sengen—gendai nihon SF o yomu tameni (ジャパノイド宣言 / A Manifesto for Japanoids)
  • (1995) E. A. Pou o yomu (E・A・ポウを読む Disfiguration of Genres: A Reading in the Rhetorics of Edgar Allan Poe)
  • (1995) Nyū amerikanizumu--beibungaku shisōshi no monogatarigaku (ニュー・アメリカニズム—米文学思想史の物語学 / New Americanist Poetics) (revised 2005)
  • (1996) Nyūyōku no seikimatsu (ニューヨークの世紀末 / New York Decadence)
  • (1997) Kyōryū no amerika (恐竜のアメリカ Dinosaur and America)
  • (1998) Nihon henryū bungaku (日本変流文学 / Slipstream Japan)
  • (2000) Metafā wa naze korosareru—gendai hihyō kōgi (メタファーはなぜ殺される—現代批評講義 / Metaphor Murders)
  • (2006) Full Metal Apache: Transactions Between Cyberpunk Japan and Avant-Pop America

As an editor[edit]

  • (1991) Saibōgu feminizumu (サイボーグ・フェミニズム Cyborg Feminism) (revised 2001)
  • (2000) Nihon SF ronsōshi (日本SF論争史 / Science Fiction Controversies in Japan: 1962–1997)
  • (2007) Robot Ghosts and Wired Dreams: Japanese Science Fiction from Origins to Anime

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tatsumi, Takayuki (July 1985). "An Interview with Darko Suvin". Science Fiction Studies. 12, part 2 (36). Retrieved 2008-11-26. 
  2. ^ "Plenary Speaker". IASA 2007. International American Studies Association. Retrieved 2008-11-26. 

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