Dr. LéLé Wynn

Name
:
Dr. LéLé Wynn
Position
:
Professor
Educational Background
:
PhD (Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies), The University of Tokyo, 2005
Dissertation title: “Conceptual Changing and Philosophical Transition of the Dragon
Symbol in Japanese Culture”
MA (Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies), The University of Tokyo, 2002
MA (Philosophy), University of Yangon, 1989
BA Honours (Philosophy), University of Yangon, 1984
BA (Philosophy), University of Yangon,1983
Work Experience
:
Professor (Head), Department of Philosophy, University of Yangon
(November 2012 to date)
Professor (Head), Department of Philosophy, West Yangon University
(July 2017 to November 2012)
Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, West Yangon University
(October 2005 to July 2017)
Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, University of Yangon
(September 1999 to October 2005)Assistant Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, University of Yangon
(August 1994 to September 1999)
Tutor, Department of Philosophy, University of Yangon
(October 1991 to August 1994)
Tutor, Department of Philosophy, Hpa-An College
(September 1989 to October 1991)
Tutor, Department of Philosophy, University of Yangon
(October 1986 to August 1989)
Fields of Research Interest
:
Aesthetics
Environmental Philosophy
Cultural Symbolism
E mail Address
:
llwynyangon@gmail.com
Phone Number
:
(+959) 5037023

Publication:

    1. Lé Lé Wynn (2003) “Dragon Sym bolism and Notion of Cosmology in Medieval Japan”, Dragon Symbolism and Notion of Cosmology in Medieval Japan.Vol. 2. ( View & Download PDF )
    2. Lé Lé Wynn (2003) “The Recovery of Artistic Representation Focus on the Myanmar films under the regime of colonial government and military government”,The Research Proceedings of Culture and Representation Department,University of Kyoto. Vol. 2.( View & Download PDF )
    3. Lé Lé Wynn (2007)”A Study-of the Dragon Symbol in Japan and Myanmar from the-Perspective of Cultural Adaptability Aesthetic Theories”, Journal of Myanmar Academy Arts and Science. Vol. 5, No. 6 , pp150-164( View & Download PDF )
    4. Lé Lé Wynn; Wai Yan Linn (2009) “A Study of Some Myanmar Traditional Poems from the Perspective of Western Aesthetic Theories”, West Yangon University Research Journal. Vol. 1, pp 151 -165.( View & Download PDF )
    5. Lé Lé Wynn (2015) “The Concept of Space and Time in Japanese Traditional Thought”,University of Yangon Research Journal. Vol.6,pp. 220-228 ( View & Download PDF )
    6. Lé Lé Wynn; Khin Lay Nwe ” The Role of Japanese Aesthetic concepts in environmental conservation (part 1)”,The Sumitomo Foundation’s Fiscal 2014 Grant for Japan related Research Projects, pp 1-18. ( View & Download PDF )
    7. Lé Lé Wynn; Khin Lay Nwe ” The Role of Japanese Aesthetic concepts in environmental conservation (part II)”,The Sumitomo Foundation’s Fiscal 2014 Grant for Japan related Research Projects, pp 19-24.( View & Download PDF )
    8. Lé Lé Wynn; Khin Lay Nwe ” The Role of Japanese Aesthetic concepts in environmental conservation (part III)”,The Sumitomo Foundation’s Fiscal 2014 Grant for Japan related Research Projects, pp 25-32.( View & Download PDF )
    9. Lé Lé Wynn; Khin Lay Nwe ” The Role of Japanese Aesthetic concepts in environmental conservation (part IV)”,The Sumitomo Foundation’s Fiscal 2014 Grant for Japan related Research Projects, pp 33-60.( View & Download PDF )
    10. Lé Lé Wynn; Khin Lay Nwe ” The Role of Japanese Aesthetic concepts in environmental conservation (part V)”,The Sumitomo Foundation’s Fiscal 2014 Grant for Japan related Research Projects, pp 61-98.( View & Download PDF )