Ida Yoshinaga

Contact:
ida@hawaii.edu

Instructor Ida Yoshinaga, Ph.D., has received the Abernathy Award for the top creative writing work in the UHM Dept. of English MA program, the Honolulu magazine fiction contest's Honorable Mention award, the Walter James Miller Award for best student paper in research in the international fantastic, the R.D. Mullen Ph.D. Research Fellowship in science fiction studies, the Crown Prince (Emperor) Akihito Scholarship, the East-West Center Pre-Doctorate Fellowship, and the Honolulu Women's PEN chapter Honorable Mention award for poetry. Her expertise is narratology--the craft of creating narrative--in speculative and fantastic genres of film, TV, and fiction.

Courses


Spring Semester 2019
  • ENG-100A: Composition I
  • ENG-313: Types of Creative Writing

Fall Semester 2019
  • ENG-100: Composition I
  • ENG-313: Types of Creative Writing

Summer Semester 2019
  • ENG-311: Autobiographical Writing
  • ENG-313: Types of Creative Writing

Fall Semester 2018
  • ENG-383: Children’s Literature

Summer Semester 2018
  • ENG-271: Intro to Lit: Genre
  • ENG-313: Types of Creative Writing

Spring Semester 2018
  • ENG-313: Types of Creative Writing: The Fantastic Screenplay

Fall Semester 2017
  • ENG-100: Composition I