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HILBERDINK-SAKAMOTO Kumiko

 
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NameHILBERDINK-SAKAMOTO Kumiko
e-mailkhsbrs.nihon-u.ac.jp
AffiliationNihon University
SectionCollege of Bioresource Sciences, Department of General Education
Job titleProfessor
DegreePh.D. in English(University of Birmingham, UK), MA(Rikkyo University), MA(University of Essex)
Research funding number50319240

Research Interests

 
Shakespeare , Early Modern , Comparative Drama , Shakespeare's fools and clowns , cross-gender casting , ジェンダー , feminist science fiction

Research Areas

 
  • Literature / European literature / European Language Literature
  • Gender / Gender / Gender

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 1999
 - 
Mar 2002
Lecturer in English, Department of English Communication, Faculty of Foreign Languages, Nagoya University of Commerce and Business Administration
 
Apr 2002
   
 
Associate Professor of English, Nihon University College of Bioresource Sciences
 
Apr 2009
 - 
Mar 2010
Associate Member, the Faculty of English, University of Oxford
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1997
English, Graduate School, Division of Letters, University of Birmingham (the Shakespeare Institute)
 
 
   
 
English, Faculty of Literature, Aoyama Gakuin University
 

Published Papers

 
'Playing the male' or 'playing the female': Cross-gender Shakespeare in Japan and the UK
Kumiko Hilberdink-Sakamoto
Shakespeare at Play: ANZSA 2018 Conference   19-20   Feb 2018
Learの道化のアフターライフ:Antony Sherおよびそれ以降の道化の表象
人間科学研究   11 1-20   Mar 2014   [Refereed]
Reconsidering ‘Doubling’: the case of Globe on Tour’s Comedy of Errors (2009-2011)
The Journal of Arts and Humanities (JAH)   2(6) 105-115   2013   [Refereed]
The Tragedy of Cressida, or In Search of Cressida's Cressida
Studies in Human Sciences   (10) 1-10   Mar 2013   [Refereed]
Jonathan Munby's Romeo and Juliet and Olivier Py's Romeo et Juliette (unbridged version)
Shakespeare Studies   (50) 50-52   Mar 2013   [Refereed]

Misc

 
「ドンマー・トリロジー」の社会的意義-現代イギリスにおけるシェイクスピア劇のオールフィメイル上演-
演劇学論集   64 40-40   May 2017   [Refereed]
Mariko Ichikawa, The Shakespearean Stage Space, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. Pp. xiii + 221.
Kumiko Hilberdink-Sakamoto
Shakespeare Studies   52 21-22   Mar 2015   [Refereed][Invited]
The 'Errors' of the Errors: doubling, confusion and theatricality
Shakespeare News   50(2) 15   Jan 2011   [Refereed]

Books etc

 
The current trend in performance studies of Shakespeare in Japan
Fubaisha Publishers   Apr 2010   
Shakespeare in Asia: contemporary performance
Cambridge University Press   Jan 2010   
Shakespeare without English: the reception of Shakespeare in non-anglophone countries
Sukanta Chaudhuri, Chee Seng Lim (Part:Joint Work, 67-85)
Pearson Longman   Jan 2006   
『「ゴルディオスの絆」:結婚のディスコースとイギリス・ルネサンス演劇』
原英一、楠明子 (Part:Joint Work, pp125-59)
松柏社   2002   
『変容する悲劇―英米文学からのアプローチ』
川崎淳ノ助 (Part:Joint Work, pp.213-42)
松柏社   1993   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
「ミスキャスト」?:シェイクスピアにおける配役の不思議 [Invited]
第57回シェイクスピア学会   13 Oct 2018   日本シェイクスピア協会
'Playing the male' in all-female Shakespeare productions: the Donmar Shakespeare Trilogy and Takarazuka's Romeo and Juliet
Kumiko Hilberdink-Sakamoto
ANZSA 2018 Conference, University of Melbourne, Australia   8 Feb 2018   ANZSA (Australian and New Zealand Shakespeare Association)
「ドンマー・トリロジー」の社会的意義―現代イギリスにおけるシェイクスピア劇のオールフィメイル上演
日本演劇学会2016年研究集会「シェイクスピア ローカル・グローバル」   4 Dec 2016   
Unproblematising the Problematic?: two all-male productions of The Taming of the Shrew in Japan
the 10th World Shakespeare Congress   5 Aug 2016   he International Shakespeare Association, Royal Shakespeare Company, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Shakespeare's Globe, King's College London, the Shakespeare Institute
シェイクスピアの「異性配役」を再考する
第52回シェイクスピア学会   6 Oct 2013   日本シェイクスピア協会

Association Memberships

 
English Literary Society of Japan , Shakespeare Society of Japan , The International Society for Cutural Expression , 17世紀英文学会 , 西洋比較演劇研究会 , International Shakespeare Association

Research Grants & Projects

 
シェイクスピアの異性装上演における観客:異性配役の「笑い」と「魅力」
Project Year: Apr 2014   

Others

 
Oct 2015
Audience survey of the all-male production of Shakespeare's Two Gentlemen of Verona at Ayanokuni Saitama Art Theatre (directed by Yukio Ninagawa)
Feb 2015
Audience survey of Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream performed by all-male theatre company, 'Studio Life'
Dec 2014
Audience survey of Takarazuka Review's musical version of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet (using the recorded performance)