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Curriculum Vitae


Ikuo KAMEYAMA, (born in 1949)
President of Nagoya University of Foreign Studies. (2013-)
President of Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (2007-2013)
Member of Central Council for Education of Japan (2015-)

EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE
1978 Tenri University(Associate Proffesor of faculty of Foreign studies)
1987 Doshisha University(Associate Professor of faculty of Law)
1990 Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (Professor of Faculty of foreign studies)
2007 President of Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
2013 President of Nagoya University of Foreign Studies

EDUCATION
1968-1972 Tokyo University of Foreign Studies(BA)
1972-1974 Tokyo University of Foreign Studies(MA)
1974-1977 University of Tokyo (doctoral course)

PUBLICATIONS (books) ;
Novel
“New Karamazov”, 2015, (2 volumes, 1500 pages); finalist of Mishima Yukio Prize in 2016
Research
Velimir Khlebnikov, 1989. (350 pages)
Russian Renaissance, 1993 (240 pages)
Russian Avantgard Art, 1996 (230 pages)
The Last Years of Mayakovsky, 1997 (350 pages)
Russian, too Russian, 1999 (280 pages)
Russia crucified. Stalin and Artists, 2002 (350 pages) (Prix Jirō Osaragi in 2002)
Enthusiasm and Euphoria. For Stalinology, 2003 (530 pages)
Dostoevsky. The Literature of Parricide, 2004 (630 pages)
The Devils. The Man Who Wished to Be God, 2004 (160 pages)
The Grand Inquisitor Stalin, 2006 (317 pages)
Fantasy About the Sequel of "Brothers Karamazov", 2007 (266 pages)
Dostoevsky. Riddles and Powers, 2007 (262 pages)
Note on “Crime and Punishment” 2009 (293 pages)
59 Travels with Dostoevsky, 2010 (286 pages)
Mysteries of “Demons”, 2012 (450 pages) (Yomiuri prize in 2013)
Dialogue with Gorbachev, 2016 (250 pages)
Shostakovich. A Life of Torn Glory, 2018 (398 pages) ; finalist of Hidekazu Yoshida Prize in 2018
Translations From Russian and English into Japanese
"Marina Tsvetaeva" by Simon Karlinsky, 1991
"Staliniada" by Yuri Bolev ,1996
"Surprizing Shostakovich" by Sophia Khentova, 1998
"Foundation Pit" by Andrei Platonov, 1998
"Short Stories" by Vladimir Sorokin, 2000
"Style Stalin"by Boris Grois, 2001
"Gergiev" by John Ardwin, 2006
"Brothers Karamazov" by Fedor Dostoevsky, 2006-2007 (Mainichi Publication Culture Award in 2007, Pushkin Medal in 2008)
"Crime and Punishment" by Fedor Dostoevsky, 2008-2009
"Demons" by Fedor Dostoevsky, 2010-2011
“Three versions of “U Tikhona”, 2011
"Note from Underground" by Fedor Dostoevsky, 2013
"Idiot" by Fedor Dostoevsky, 2015-2018