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Dr. Jan Bardsley

Jan Bardsley
Professor Emerita


Turner Fellow, Institute for Arts and Humanities, spring 2015
William R. Kenan Jr. Senior Faculty Research and Scholarly Leave, UNC-Chapel Hill, July-December 2014
Carolina Women’s Center Faculty Fellow, UNC-Chapel Hill, August 2013-June 2014
Hiratsuka Raichou Award, Japan Women’s University, 2012
Tanner Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, UNC-Chapel Hill, February 2009
Chapman Family Faculty Fellowship for Distinguished Teaching, UNC-Chapel Hill, fall 1998 and fall 2004
Edward Kidder Graham Teaching Award, The Class of 2002, General Alumni Association and Division of Students Affairs, UNC-Chapel Hill, April 9, 2002
Sitterson Award for Outstanding Achievement in Teaching First-Year Seminars, UNC-Chapel Hill, February 2001
Outstanding Faculty Woman Award, The Women’s Issues Network and Student Government, UNC-Chapel Hill, April 1998


Women and Democracy in Cold War Japan. SOAS Studies in Modern and Contemporary Japan. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2014.

Manners and Mischief: Gender, Power, and Etiquette in Japan. Introduction, eleven articles, Co-edited with Laura Miller. University of California Press, 2011.

The Bluestockings of Japan: New Women Essays and Fiction from Seitô, 1911-1916. Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2007.

Bad Girls of Japan. Co-edited with Laura Miller.  Introduction, eleven articles, Afterword.  Palgrave, 2005.


Women in Japan: Memories of the Past, Dreams for the FutureWith Joanne Hershfield.  56 minutes. 2002.

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