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Publications - East Asian studies

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NameInterests
Fan, ShengyuClassical Chinese literature, especially Hongloumeng and its English translations.
Gibeau, Mark
Hayes, CarolMy research interests include pre-modern, modern and contemporary Japanese literature and film; ethnicity and cultural identity. I am also interested in Japanese language acquisition and motivation. Current research includes a book on the life and work of the Taisho poet Hagiwara Sakutar?, a research project into how best to teach Japanese film, and a Women's Voices project which is exploring the relationship between poetic artistic expression and the female voice as an agent of advocacy and change in contemporary society.
Hendriks, PeterThe history of Japanese language, the history of Japanese dialects, historical syntax and morphology, and acquisition of Japanese as a second language.
Ikeda, ShunJapanese language, education, culture and society. He also has research interests in comparative education in Asia and in socio-linguistics (language policy and planning).
Ji, Fengyuan
Lee, Duck-YoungJapanese-Korean linguistics, Interface between grammar and interaction, Unique features of spoken language
Makeham, JohnChinese intellectual history; the history of the formation and development of modern academic disciplines in China; the relationship between 'Confucianism' and Chinese cultural identity; the historian's and the philosopher's differing approaches to traditional scholarship in China; the relationship between commentarial traditions and cultural memory.
Maliangkaij, RoaldKorean folk and popular culture, both domestically and abroad, with a particular focus on marketing, music and cinema in the early and mid twentieth century. Also: issues related to cultural policy (including propaganda and censorship).
Minford, JohnChinese literature, classical and modern, especially Hongloumeng and Liaozhai zhiyi; modern martial arts fiction; contemporary Hong Kong literature; translation and history of translation; ancient Chinese philosophy, especially the Yi Jing and Sunzi bingfa.
Schimmelpfennig, Michael
Strange, Mark
Wang, Yan-yanChinese language teaching methodology and applying a variety of methods to Chinese language teaching. Investigating the effects of teaching pragmatics in language class from Conversation Analysis perspective is her current research.
Zhang, Yanyin

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