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William B. Crawford

Part-time instructor, Chinese and Japanese literature, business

Charles Exley

Assistant Professor of modern Japanese literature and film

Fan Fan

Assistant Instructor of Chinese

Sachiko Takabatake Howard

Assistant Instructor of Japanese

Wan-Ching Hsieh

Assistant Instructor of Chinese

Kyungok Joo

Assistant Instructor of Korean

 

Mi-Hyun Kim

Lecturer of Korean language and culture

Coordinator of the Korean program

Noriko Kanisawa Kowalchuck

Assistant Instructor of Japanese

 

Stephen Luft

Lecturer of Japanese, Academic Advisor for Chinese and Japanese majors

David O. Mills

Associate Professor of Japanese language and linguistics, technical Japanese

Coordinator of the Japanese language program

Hiroshi Nara

Professor of Japanese language and linguistics, intellectual history

Chair of the Department

Junzo Oshimo

Assistant Instructor of Japanese

Kun Qian

Assistant Professor of modern Chinese literature and film

Seung-Hwan Shin

Part-time instructor, Korean culture and film

Cecile Chu-Chin Sun

Professor of premodern and classical Chinese literature

Juchun (Vanessa) Wei

Assistant Instructor of Chinese

Yi Xu

Assistant Professor of Chinese language and linguistics

Coordinator of the Chinese language program

Part-time Chinese Language Instructors

Kailu Guan

Liling Huang

Yuyun Lei

Qiong Wu

 

Part-time Japanese Language Instructors

Yukiko Otani Deutsch

Chisato Tomoda

Part-time Korean Language Instructors

Soo-Jin Kim

Woo Ah Kim

Visiting Scholar

Wei Tong

Affiliated Faculty with Secondary Appointment in EALL

Katherine Carlitz

Premodern Chinese literature with primary appointment in Asian Studies Center as Assistant Director of Academic Affairs and China Studies Coordinator

Brenda G. Jordan

Modern Japanese art history with primary appointment in Asian Studies Center as Director of NCTA and Japan Studies Coordinator

 

Staff

Paula Locante

Department Administrator

Emeritus Faculty

Dayle Barnes

Associate Professor Emeritus of Chinese language and linguistics

J. Thomas Rimer

Professor Emeritus of Japanese literature, art, and drama

Mae J. Smethurst

Professor Emerita of Japanese literature and drama with primary appointment in Classics

Yi-tung Wang

Professor Emeritus of Chinese literature

 

Positions Available

 

PTI positions in Korean Language

EALL anticipates openings for part-time instructors in the Korean language program beginning in the fall of 2015. Candidates must have native language proficiency, hold at least a college degree, and be authorized to work for the University. Prior experience in teaching foreign languages and familiarity with language pedagogy or linguistics is highly preferred. If interested, please contact Mi-Hyun Kim at kimmh@pitt.edu. A resume or CV is required for initial screening and candidates with desirable qualifications will be contacted for interviews in March/April 2015.

PTI positions in Japanese Language

EALL ancticpates openings for part-time instructors (PTIs) in the Japanese language program beginning in the summer 2013 or in the fall of 2013. Ideal candidates would have near-native or native skills in reading, writing, speaking, and listening Japanese, have good cultural knowledge of the country, and hold at least a college degree. Prior teaching experience and a familiarity with the textbook we use (JSL) are preferred but not necessary as training will be provided (probably in May and again in August).

If interested contact David Mills (412.624.0559).

PTI positions in Chinese Language

EALL anticipates openings for part-time instructors in the Chinese language program beginning in the summer 2015 or in the fall of 2015. Candidates must have native language proficiency, hold at least a college degree, and be authorized to work for the University. Prior experience in teaching foreign languages and familiarity with language pedagogy or linguistics is highly preferred. If interested, please contact Juchun Wei at juchun@pitt.edu. A resume or CV is required for initial screening and candidates with desirable qualifications will be contacted for interviews in March/April 2015.