Barry Natusch

Barry Natusch is a retired professor, formerly at the College of Economics, Nihon University in Tokyo. His specialties include technology enhanced language learning, language learning theory and sociolinguistics. He has taught linguistics at universities and undergraduate and graduate seminars in communication theory, management theory, international relations and economics. His publications relate to lexicography, translation, sociolinguistics, stylistic analysis, language in technology, museology, news analysis of economics and political stories, language used in films and visual media, His current interests also lie in documentary filmmaking, particularly in stories of people who make contributions to international negotiations, the environment, technology and the arts.

紹介Still trying each day to have at least one stimulating conversation with someone, help whoever needs it, eat slowly and walk fast… and make sense of events.
趣味the gamut, architecture, conversation analysis, CB1300, dangerous ideas, deck-building, fishing, minimalism, scenario writing, filming, MX5, okonomiyaki, orchids, pencils, photography, sheds, reported speech, tomatoes, travel, bicycling, watercolors, myths, woodwork
お気に入りの映画The Conversation, Maltese Duck, Gone through the Window, All about Eve, Black Irish, Lawrence of Arabia, Matrix, Shichinin no Samurai, Chinatown, Bridge on the River Kwai, Nuovo Cinema Paradiso, Fargo, Ladri di biciclette, Kill Bill, Bourne Ultimatum, Annie Hall, 8½, Gold Rush, Big Fish, Ikiru, Kurenai no Buta, La Strada, Manhattan
お気に入りの音楽forest breezes, lake waves, Bach, Okinawa music, Zen’s piano, Boccelli
お気に入りの本William Gibson, John Le Carre, E.M. Forster, Obituaries in the Economist, Samuel Johnson, Zadie Smith, Robert M. Pirsig, Milan Kundera, Amy Tan, Nick Hornby, John Updike, Annie Proulx, Alain de Botton, Steven Pinker

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