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Examining the Pragmatic Development of Chinese JFL Students.
Friday, February 5, 2016: 12 noon, Room 4130 WWPH.View »
Zhang Ailing and Eileen Chang: Towards a Biography in Two Parts
These notes toward a biography summarize factors behind the iconic writer’s often counter-intuitive unerasability in the Sinosphere; and near-invisibility, in the Anglophonic world.
Friday, February 12, 2016, 12:00 noon, Room 5200 Posvar Hall. (Please note that this is not one of usual rooms.)View »
We are proud to announce that Assistant Professor Kun Qian has published a new book, "Imperial-Time-Order: Literature, Intellectual History, and China's Road to Empire," It was published by Brill in December 2015.View »
Our tentative schedule for the 2016 Spring Term:
February 5: Taranee Cao, MA Candidate in East Asian Studies, "Examining the pragmatic development of Chinese JFL students." 12:00 noon, 4130 WWPH.
February 12: Karen S. Kingsbury, Professor of International Studies, Chatham University, "Zhang Ailing and Eileen Chang: Towards a Biography in Two Parts. 12:00 noon, 5200 WWPH.
February 19: Dylan Reilly
February 26: Wan-Chun Huang
March 18: Tim Hogge
April 8: Rongqian Ma
EALL is proud to announce the establishment of a new student organization, The Chinese Club. The advisor is Ms. Juchun Wei. If you are interested in club activities, please contact Lauren Manning at firstname.lastname@example.org. This Friday at 2:30 pm in either room 314 or room 341 of the Cathedral the club will be having its second language table. Several additional native speakers will be in attendance.
Dunja Jelesijevic, Guanlan Xu, and Noriko Higashitani will join the faculty beginning this fall until the end of the academic year. Jelesijevic replaces David Mills, who retired at the end of June 2015 after 45 years of distinguished service. She is a specialist of premodern Japanese literature and religion and is now finishing her PhD degree at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champagne. Guanlan Xu holds an MA degree in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language from the University of Iowa and a second M.A. degree in classical Chinese literature. She fills in for Wan-Ching Hsieh for the upcoming year. Higashitani just completed her MA in Japanese as a Foreign Language at the University of Kansas. She will replace Stephen Luft, who is now serving as resident director of Year-in-Japan program at Konan University (Kobe). She will teach language courses and serve as Academic Advisor for Chinese and Japanese majors. Please join us in welcoming three visiting faculty to our Department.
Spencer Brown, Samuel Gonzales, and Rebecca Wallace were awarded Critical language Scholarships for Intensive Summer Institute to Study Chinese. Christine Matt is currently studying in Japan with the same award.View »
Patrick Farrell was awarded the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Junior Fellowship. He is a triple major in Chinese, Political Science, and Economics.View »
Carly O'Conner, a double major in Japanese and Neuroscience, was awarded an Amgen Scholars Summer Research Award for 2015. She is working on a project at Tokyo University with applied genetics, studying female mamillary oocyte development and fertility.View »
We congratulate two EALL majors, Jason Roberson and Abigail Smith, who were awarded a Gilman Scholarship. They are both planning to study in Japan during the Fall term of 2015. Over 2,700 scholarships of up to $5,000 will be awarded this academic year for U.S. citizen undergraduates to study or intern abroad. Award amounts will vary depending on the length of study and student need with the average award being approximately $4,000 for fall and spring programs, and $3,000 for summer programs.
2015 awards for outstanding performance in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean were awarded to Rebecca Wallace, Douglas McNeil, Christina Matt, Sarah Dopierala, Sarah Horton and Alyson Caito.View »
Openings are available for Summer or Fall 2015.View »
Joining the DEALL faculty are one instructor teaching Korean language and five part-time instructors of Chinese language.View »