Location: Bowdoin / Hiroo Aridome

Asian Studies

Hiroo Aridome

Senior Lecturer in Japanese

Contact Information

haridome@bowdoin.edu
207-798-4135
Asian Studies
107 38 College Street



Fall 2014

  • Elementary Japanese I (JPN 1101)
  • Elementary Japanese I (JPN 1101)
  • Advanced-Intermediate Japanese I (JPN 2205)
  • Advanced-Intermediate Japanese I (JPN 2205)
  • Advanced Japanese I (JPN 3307)


Hiroo Aridome

Education

  • B.A. (Waseda University-Japan)
  • M.A. (Minnesota)

QIASS (Qatar International Academy for Security Studies)

  • Doha, Qatar
  • August 2010—May 2013
  • Lecturer in Japanese, Language Program Coordinator


Washington University in St. Louis

  • St. Louis, MO
  • August 2002–June 2010
  • Senior Lecturer in Japanese, Study Abroad Advisor


Portland State University (ALLEX/PSU Program)

  • Portland, OR
  • July 2007
  • Visiting Instructor


International Christian University

  • Tokyo, Japan
  • July–August 2005, July–August 2004
  • Lecturer in Japanese


Cornell University

  • Ithaca, NY
  • June–August 2003
  • Japanese Instructor




Central Association of Teachers of Japanese (CATJ) Conference 

  • April 2009 
  • Michigan State University | East Lansing, MI 
  • presented Mock Interviews as a Transition Tool for Advanced Language Learners with Shino Hayashi 


Japanese Language Teachers Association of New England (JLTANE) Conference 

  • June 2008 
  • Connecticut College | New London, CT 
  • presented Using Manga with Advanced Level Japanese Learners 


Association of Teachers of Japanese (ATJ) Conference 

  • April 2008 
  • Atlanta, GA 
  • presented The Unforseen Effects of Blogging on the Classroom Dynamic Hiroo Aridome profile | February 2014 


Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs (MCAA) 

  • October 2007 
  • Washington University in St. Louis | St. Louis, MO 
  • presented on the use of blogs with advanced-level Japanese learners 


Council on Language Instruction (CLI) Conference 

  • April 2007 
  • University of Chicago | Chicago, IL 
  • presented The Posiitve Effects of Blogging on the Classroom Dynamic addressing the  topic The Place of Multimedia in the Language Curriculum