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John Patrick Pazdziora


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John Patrick Pazdziora holds a Ph.D. in English from the University of St Andrews. Currently, he serves as project assistant professor at The University of Tokyo. He researches Scottish literature in the long nineteenth century, especially the interplay between literature and religion, and has a particular interest in children’s literatures and cultures.

He is the author of Haunted Childhoods in George MacDonald (Brill, 2020) and the editor of Christianity in Scottish Literature (Scottish Literature International, 2023). With Jane Yolen, he is co-author of Smout and the Lighthouse (Albert Whitman, 2023), a picturebook about Robert Louis Stevenson’s childhood. His current work includes a monograph on Stevenson’s portrayals of disability and a JSPS KAKENHI project on Scottish Victorian writers who lived in East Asia and the Pacific.

Dr Pazdziora has taught at universities in Scotland, China, and Japan. He has taught EFL and literature classes at all levels and supervised multiple bachelor’s and master’s theses. His students have gone on to M.A. and Ph.D. programmes and teach in primary and secondary education.


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