FUKUDA Tatsuaki is professor of English and American Literature at Atomi Women's University. Publications include Americanism and Mythopoesis(1999).
Faulknerian Topography

HANAOKA Shigeru is professor at Kwansei Gakuin University. His publications on Faulkner include Collected Stories of William Faulkner: On Its Spatial Structure (1994) and "William Faulkner and Drinking" in Alcohol and Drinking in American Literature (1999).
A book review on Donald M. Kartiganer and Ann J. Abadie, eds., Faulkner at 100: Retrospect and Prospect

KOYAMA Toshio is professor at Kwansei Gakuin University. His publications on Faulkner include A Study of William Faulkner's Short Stories (1988).
A Report on The Center for Faulkner Studies in Southeast Missouri State University

MATSUOKA Shinya is senior lecturer at Ryukoku University in Kyoto. His publications on Faulkner include "The Parallelism between Faulkner's Narrative Technique in Absalom, Absalom! and Edmund Husserl's 'Free Variation' Theory" and "Cut and Montage: The Genetic Process of Faulknerian Counterpoint."
Gaze of Others and Gender Representation:"The Big Shot"/ "Dull Tale" and the Revised Sanctuary

SAHO Naomi is part-time instructor at Kyoto Women's University. Her publications on Faulkner include "The Cold-War Ideology and Requiem for a Nun: Faulkner, Subject, and Institution," Studies in American Literature 34 (1998).
Fragile Binarism in Faulkner's A Fable: Representations of Gender Difference and Beyond

SODA Hiroaki is associate professor in American Literature at Osaka Prefecture University. His publications on Faulkner include "Gavin, Flem, and Eula in Faulkner's The Town."
"Communist" and "Nigger Lover": Class and Race in Faulkner's The Mansion(1999)

SUGIYAMA Naoto is professor of English at Kwansei Gakuin University, Nishinomiya. He is the author of William Faulkner's Yoknapatawpha: Community and Individual(1994).
A book review on Edouard Glissant's Faulkner, Mississippi

TANAKA Takako is professor of American literature at Nagoya City University. Her publications on Faulkner includes A Study of Faulkner's Fiction 1919-1931: Body and Language.
Medusa, a Poet, and a Horse: from "Carcassonne" to As I Lay Dying

YAMAMOTO Yoshimi is assistant professor of American Literature and English at Tokyo Jogakkan College. Her publications on American Literature include "Two Kinds of Primer: A Study of Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye"(1990), "Discussion of the Term 'Southern Literature'(1)" (1996), and "A Reading of The Great Gatsby: The Attempted Destruction of Order"(1997).
A book review on Theresa Towner's Faulkner on the Color Line: The Later Novels