KATO, Shuichi. Japanese, b. 1919. Genres: Art/Art history, Literary criticism and history. Career: Professor of Asian Studies, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 1960-69; Professor of Japanology, Freie Universitaet, Berlin, 1969-73; Professor of Japanese Studies, Sophia University, Tokyo, 1976-85. Visiting Lecturer, Yale University, New Haven, Conn., 1974-76; Visiting Professor, Cambridge University, 1983, Universita degli Studio di Venezia, 1983-84; Guest Professor, Ritsvmeikam University, Kyoto, currently. Publications: Hitsuji No Uta (Song of a Sheep), 1968; Form, Style, Tradition: Reflexions on Japanese Art and Society, 1971; Genso Bara Toshi (Roses and Cities), 1973; 1974; The Japan-China Phenomenon, 1974; Six Lives Six Deaths: Portraits from Modern Japan, 1979; A History of Japanese Literature, 3 vols., 1979-83; Chosakushu (Collected Works) in 15 vols., 1978-79, Part II, in 9 vol., 1996-97; Japan Spirit & Form, 1994. Address: Setagaya-Ku, Kaminoge 1-8-16, Tokyo, Japan.