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Atsushi Marutani

Ph.D Student, Graduate Teaching Associate


Atsushi Marutani is a doctoral student with a concentration in 20th Century American Literature.


  • Southern Literature
  • Twentieth-Century American Literature


M.A. English, The University of Tokyo, 2013

B.A. English, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies, 2010


  • "An Ethic of the White Southern Self: The Dialectics of Historical Identity and Individual Anonymity in Intruder in the Dust." Faulkner Journal 29.2 (Fall 2015): 71-88.
  • "The Clan of Orphans; Recognition of Contingency and the Destination of 'Truth in Go Down Moses." Studies in English 55 (2014): 59-74

Awards, Honors & Grants

Thomas Fellowship, The University of Tennessee, 2017-2018.

Associations & Organizations

The American Literature Society of Japan (2013-)
The English Literary Society of Japan (2013-)

Contact Information

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