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Brett Davies

Brett Davies is an associate professor in the School of Global Japanese Studies at Meiji University in Tokyo. He has published extensively in linguistics, and his master’s dissertation demonstrated how a corpus of film screenplays could be used to improve conversational language use among Japanese students of English. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in film studies at De Montfort University (UK), with his thesis analysing the career of writer-director Lawrence Kasdan. His research interests include the use of homage and pastiche in modern Hollywood cinema, and thematic relationships between Japanese and American films.


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