Hello! I’m Lillian McIntyre.
I am currently a PhD student at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in the East Asian Languages and Literatures Department. I specialize in Japanese Literature, and my research interests include video games, space, queer studies, and transcultural interactions. I hold a BA in Japanese and a BFA in Painting, as well as an MA in Japanese Literature. I speak English and Japanese, as well as rudimentary Italian.
During my MA, I worked as a Graduate Assistant, and have served as the instructor of record for several undergraduate courses. More information and syllabi can be found under Teaching.
During the summer of 2019, I served as one of the two summer interns from Hawai’i at the Ehime Prefecture International Center. I have also worked as a teaching assistant in the University of Hawai’i’s Information & Computer Science Department, as well as a research assistant in the Asian Studies department, helping with Dr. Kristi Govella’s research.
For a full list of my professional positions and other work, please see my CV, linked here.