Researchers Database

Scott Mark

FacultyFaculty Division of Humanities and Social Sciences Research Group of Language and Culture
PositionProfessor
Last Updated :2024/05/17

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Profile and Settings

  • Name (Japanese)

    Scott
  • Name (Kana)

    Mark

Research Interests

  • poetry, prose, Elizabethan, American renaissance, Emerson, Frost, William James

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences, Literature - British/English-languag, Literature, culture, language

Research Experience

  • Apr. 2022, 9999, Nara Women's University, Faculty of Letters Department of Language and Culture, Professor, Japan
  • Oct. 2012, Mar. 2022, Nara Women's University, Faculty of Letters Department of Language and Culture, Foreign Lecturer
  • Sep. 2005, Dec. 2011, College of Saint Mary, English, Associate Professor, United States
  • Mar. 2010, Aug. 2010, Doshisha University, Faculty of Letters Department of English, Visiting Professor of American Literature, Japan
  • Sep. 2004, Jun. 2005, Sterling High School, English, Teacher, United States
  • Sep. 2002, May 2003, University of Colorado Boulder, English, Lecturer, United States
  • Jan. 2002, Jun. 2002, Shanghai Customs College, Foreign Languages, Lecturer, China
  • Oct. 2001, Jun. 2002, Shanghai University, Department of Foreign Languages, Visiting Assistant Professor, China
  • Jan. 1996, May 1998, University of San Francisco, English, Lecturer, United States
  • Jan. 1996, May 1998, San Francisco State University, English, Lecturer, Lecturer, United States
  • Sep. 1993, May 1995, Mills College, English, Visiting Assistant Professor, Visiting Assistant Professor, United States

Education

  • Jun. 1986, May 1992, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, Graduate, English, MPhil and PhD, United States
  • Sep. 1983, May 1986, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, Graduate, English, MA, United States
  • Sep. 1982, Apr. 1983, University for Foreigners, Italian, One year study of Italian language, Perugia, Italy
  • Sep. 1977, May 1982, University of Colorado Boulder, BA, History and English, magna cum laude
  • Oct. 1979, Jun. 1980, University College London, History, Special Student, one-year course in European History, United Kingdom

Teaching Experience

  • Practical English, Presentation English, English Communication, Readings in American Culture, Readings in British Culture, Graduate American Literature and Culture, Nara Women's University, Oct. 2012, 9999
  • Developmental English, Composition, Writing Literary Non-Fiction, Creative Writing: Poetry, World Literature II: Travel Writing, Shakespeare, British Romantic Literature, Victorian Literature, World Literature: Myth & Fantasy Great Short Works, Coordinating Seminar (Capstone Project), College of Saint Mary, Sep. 2005, Dec. 2011
  • Modern American Drama, Modern American Poetry (graduate-level), and a Poetry Workshop, Doshisha University, Mar. 2010, Aug. 2010
  • Sophomore Composition, American Literature Survey, and Mass Media; assistant director for Romeo and Juliet., Sterling High School, Sep. 2004, Jun. 2005
  • Shakespeare for Non-Majors, University of Colorado Boulder, Sep. 2002, May 2003
  • Intensive Oral English for Customs Officers, Shanghai Customs College, Jan. 2002, Jul. 2002
  • Composition and English and American Literature to Chinese sophomores, seniors, and graduate students, Shanghai University, Oct. 2001, Jun. 2002
  • American Renaissance, Sophomore Composition, and Junior Seminar, San Francisco State University, Jan. 1996, May 1998
  • Great Works of Western Literature, American Literature to 1900, and Greek and Roman Classics in Translation, University of San Francisco, Jan. 1996, May 1998
  • Freshman Composition, Introduction to Comparative Literature, Modern American Poetry, Modern American Novel, Literature and the Environment, Writing in the American West, The Pleasure of the Text, and Survey of American Literature, Mills College, Sep. 1993, May 1995
  • Freshman Composition, Basic Skills, Survey of American Literature: Beginnings to Whitman, Survey of British Literature: Blake to the Present, Shakespeare, Creative Writing (Poetry), Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, Sep. 1987, May 1992

Academic Contribution

  • Editorial Assistant, Peer review etc, Raritan: A Quarterly Review, Jan. 1991, Dec. 1991

Ⅱ.研究活動実績

Published Papers

  • Refereed, 2023
  • Not Refereed, 2023, Vol 11, 19, 27
  • Not Refereed, 6 2023, No. 21, doi.org/10.13136/2281-4582/2023.i21.1368
  • Not Refereed, 30 Dec. 2022, 10, 10, 1, 16
  • Not Refereed, Studies in European and American Language and Culture, A Boundless Liar for the Right: Emerson Journals, Mark Scott, Feb. 2021, 9, 1, 20
  • 欧米言語文 研究 = Studies in European and American Language and Culture (7), In the Past Tense: An Experiment in Literary Criticism on Karl Popper, Mark Scott, Feb. 2019, 7, 37, 53, Research institution
  • Not Refereed, Studies in European and American Language and Culture, 奈良女子大学文学部 欧米言語文化学会, The Perfect Poet: the Verse of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Mark Scott, Feb. 2016, 4, 1, 32
  • Refereed, The Cambridge Companion to American Poets, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Mark Scott, Sep. 2015, 61, 76, In book
  • Refereed, The Robert Frost Review, North of Boston and Frost’s ‘Great Debt’ to William Dean Howells, Mark Scott, Mar. 2015, 23–24, 34, 53
  • Refereed, Robert Frost in Context, Frost and Education, Mark Scott, Sep. 2014, 281, 287, In book
  • Refereed, Robert Frost in Context, Frost and Anthologies, Mark Scott, Sep. 2014, 107, 113, In book
  • Not Refereed, Studies in European and American Language and Culture, The Education of Robert Frost, Mark Scott, Feb. 2012, 31, 91, 100
  • Refereed, Southwest Review, ‘Something Peculiar’ in Concord, Mark Scott, May 2010, 95, 4, 558, 571
  • Not Refereed, Focus/Santa Fe, Where the Mountains Meet the Plains: The Landscape Art of Jeff Aeling, Mark Scott, Jun. 1999
  • Doris Lessing Newsletter, Review of Woolf and Lessing: Breaking the Mold, Dec. 1994, Research institution
  • The Western Humanities Review, Bernard Berenson as a Work of Art, Jun. 1993, Summer, In book
  • Refereed, The Robert Frost Review, Andrew Lang’s ‘Scythe Song’ and ‘Mowing’: Frost’s Practice of Poetry, Sep. 1991, Fall
  • Refereed, Warnings: An Anthology on the Nuclear Peril, edited by John Witte, Selections from Point Zero, Mark Scott; Charles L. Mee, Mar. 1984, In book

Books etc

  • The Poetry Anthology, 1912-2002: Ninety Years of America's Most Distinguished Verse Magazine, Ivan R Dee, The Cave of; AIDS, 07 Aug. 2022, 576, 9781566634687
  • Balance Sheets, Kingston University Press, Mark Scott, May 2022, 190936259X
  • The Cambridge companion to American poets, Cambridge University Press, Richardson, Mark Steed, editor. Mark Scott, "Ralph Waldo Emerson", 2015, xxii, 464 p., 9781107560789
  • Robert Frost in context, Cambridge University Press, Richardson; Mark Steed, editor. Mark Scott, "Robert Frost and Education," "Robert frost and Anthologies", 2014, xxiv, 406 p., 9781107022881
  • A Bedroom Occupation: Love Elegies, Lumen Books, Mark Scott, Apr. 2007, 0930829646
  • Tactile Values (New Issues Poetry & Prose), New Issues Poetry & Prose, Mark Scott, 15 Oct. 2000, 80, 0932826911
  • The Reading Room: Writing of the Moment, Great Marsh Press, Barbara Probst Solomon; Mark Scott; The Five; Ports of Love, 01 Aug. 2000, 296, 1928863078

Presentations

  • Invited oral presentation, 28 Apr. 2022, 28 Apr. 2022
  • Mark Scott, IEM India, What Poets Have to Tell Us about Communication Skills, 26 Apr. 2022, 28 Apr. 2022, 28 Apr. 2022
  • Mark Scott, English Literary Society of Japan, Kansai Chapter Meeting, Shakespeare’s Man in America: Emerson’s Reading of Shakespeare, 08 Dec. 2019, 08 Dec. 2019
  • Mark Scott, JALT Literature in Language Learning SIG (LiLT), Lyric Poems in Language Learning, 15 Dec. 2018, 15 Dec. 2018
  • Mark Scott, Kingston Writing School, Kingston University, London, Poetry Reading and Masterclass, 23 Nov. 2011, 23 Nov. 2011
  • Mark Scott, Sip Reading Series, Poetry Reading, with Mark Doty, 2007, 23 May 2007, 23 May 2007
  • Mark Scott, Great Plains Theatre Conference, Voice Training, an excerpt from a play, 20 Apr. 2006
  • Mark Scott, Midwest Best Reading Series, The Problem of Form, Again, 09 Dec. 2005, 09 Dec. 2005
  • Mark Scott, Tattered Cover Bookstore, Denver, Colorado, Poetry Reading and Book Release (Tactile Values), 11 Sep. 2000, 11 Sep. 2000
  • Mark Scott, San Francisco Browning Society, Emerson’s Rolodex, 11 Feb. 1997, 11 Feb. 1997
  • Mark Scott, San Francisco Browning Society, John Jay Chapman on Robert Browning, 04 Oct. 1996, 04 Oct. 1996
  • Mark Scott, San Francisco Browning Society, Browning's Syntax, 01 Sep. 1995, 01 Sep. 1995, 01 Sep. 1995
  • Mark Scott, San Francisco Browning Society, ’Earth’s the right place for love’: Frost Reads Browning, 14 Nov. 1994, 14 Nov. 1994
  • Mark Scott, Respondeo Etsi Mutabor: I Respond Although I Will Be Changed, Eugen Rosenstock–Huessy Centennial, The Promise of Law and the Law of Promise, 15 Aug. 1988, 17 Aug. 1988

Awards

  • Tactile Values, book of poems, nominated by Molly Giles for the Pushcart Prize XXVII, Jun. 2002
  • Academy of American Poets Prize, Jun. 1992
  • Finalist in The National Poetry Series, May 1992
  • Nominated for the Pushcart Prize XVII, Apr. 1992
  • Louis Bevier Fellowship, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, 1987, one-year tuition fellowship
  • Marion Johnson Fellowship, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, May 1983, 1983–1987
  • Phi Beta Kappa, University of Colorado Boulder, May 1981, Phi Beta Kappa Society

Ⅲ.社会連携活動実績

1.公的団体の委員等(審議会、国家試験委員、他大学評価委員,科研費審査委員等)

  • College of Saint Mary, Common Reading, Sep. 2006, Jun. 2008, Society
  • College of Saint Mary, AQIP Pre-college Developmental Assessment, Sep. 2007, May 2008, Society
  • College of Saint Mary, Retention Leadership Council, Sep. 2006, May 2008, Society
  • College of Saint Mary, Writing Task Force, Acting Chair, Sep. 2006, May 2007, Society


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