- Co-Associate Chair in the Department of Modern Languages & Comparative Literature, Associate Professor of Japanese
- STH 612
- BA Harvard University, MA University of Chicago, PhD University of Chicago
Sarah Frederick’s areas of specialization are in 20th-century Japanese literature and history and relationships between mass media and modern literature, gender, and culture. She is the author of Turning Pages: Reading and Writing Women’s Magazines in Interwar Japan (University of Hawaii Press, 2006). Professor Frederick is currently working on a project which looks at 20th-century Japanese literature and history through the works of Yoshiya Nobuko (1896-1973). She served as Acting Chair of MLCL in 2010-2011.