Languages & Literatures
Setsu Kawada earned MA degrees from Duke University (1997) and from the University of Colorado at Boulder (2005) as well as a BA in English from Kwansei Gakuin University in Japan. She has been teaching Japanese for more than 15 years both in Japan and in the USA. Her research interests include gender and language in Japanese sociolinguistic contexts, current Japanese word formation, and also teaching methods and technologies for foreign language acquisition. In addition, she has been interested in the academic approach to Japanese popular cultures. Setsu Kawada always enjoys teaching and she feels very happy to help and communicate with those who are interested in Japanese culture and language.
MA, Duke University (1997), and The University of Colorado at Boulder (2005)
Gender and language in Japanese, sociolinguistic and cultural contexts, teaching methods and technologies for foreign language acquisition, and academic approaches to Japanese popular cultures.