Dec 6, 2009

PhD Program in Chinese, Arizona State University

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University Announces its new PhD program in East Asian Languages and Civilizations (EALC). It is a research-intensive, inter-disciplinary, area-based degree in the study of the traditional and modern languages and cultures of China. Students may focus on iterature, literary criticism, comparative cultural studies, cultural history, or linguistics.

Applications for the 2010-2011 year, to be considered for financial aid including Teaching or Research Assistantship, close on December 15, 2009.

For all others, the deadline is April 15, 2010. Students will be notified by the end of February admission. A number of Research and Teaching Assistantships are available. Application procedures and forms may be found at the Graduate College web page (http://graduate.asu.edu/) for admissions.

For more information, please visit http://silc.asu.edu/graduate/degrees/phd-chinese, or contact Barbara Tibbets (barbara.tibbets@ asu.edu) or Stephen H. West (Stephen.H.West@ asu.edu).

FACULTY IN EAST ASIAN STUDIES

Anthony Chambers (twentieth-century Japanese fiction), Stephen Bokenkamp (early medieval Chinese literature and religion, Daoism), Chen Huaiyu (medieval Chinese religious cultures, Nestorian Christianity and Buddhism), Hyaewal Choi (sociocultural history of women in Korea and East Asia), Robert Cutter (early medieval Chinese literature), John Creamer (medieval Japanese scribal and visual culture), Young Kyun Oh (Chinese linguistics, Sino-Korean cultural history), Pori Park (Korean Buddhism), Madeline K. Spring (Chinese language pedagogy, medieval Chinese literature), Hoyt Cleveland Tillman (Chinese intellectual and cultural history), Stephen H. West (urban culture, garden studies, performance literature, and literary production of 900-1400), Timothy C. Wong (Ming-Qing Chinese fiction), Zhang Xia (Chinese-language pedagogy), Yoon Sun Yang (comparative literature, modern Korean literature), John Yu Zou (comparative literature, modern Chinese literature and cinema)
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Young Kyun Oh
Assistant Professor of Chinese and Sino-Korean
Arizona State University

480-727-7447
youngoh@asu. edu

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