College of Humanities

  

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A Message from the Dean

"World Wide Dongguk" reflects the mission of the College of Humanities at Dongguk University (DU).

 

The slogan articulates a vision for a college synergizing the classical concerns of the liberal arts with the exigencies of global society. We are responsible for every single DU student because they all take courses from the CLA prior to graduation.

 

Most undergraduate students take more than one-third of their courses in Liberal Arts, giving us a tremendous responsibility. The CLA consists of two divisions, namely the Division of Philosophy and Ethical Culture and the Division of English Language and Literature, and four departments?the Department of History, the Department of Korean Language and Literature, the Department of Chinese Language and Literature, and the Department of Japanese Language and Literature.

 

The Division of Philosophy and Ethical Culture is subdivided into the Philosophy Major and the Major of Ethical Culture, while the Division of English Language and Literature into the Major of English Literature and the Major of English Language, Interpreting and Translation.

 

We at CLA fulfill our responsibility in many ways, through a variety of classes, programs, and activities introducing students to various aspects of cultures and thoughts?past, present, and future of the world with which their eyes and minds will be opened wide. Such exposure to the new things learned in liberal arts classes is particularly important today.

 

We build on the classical foundations of the liberal arts to engage in pressing issues. The College's research and teaching help to shape the future by studying humans, philosophy, history, ethics, language, literature, and more, from ancient times to today.

 

In today's complicated environment, it is necessary to study about humans and the humanities to ensure a better future. We humans learn to live, but we also live to learn.

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Division of Korean Language, Literature, and Creative Writing

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The objective of the education of the Division of Korean Language, Literature, and Creative Writing is to study the Korean people's language and literatures, on the basis of which it further attempts to contribute to the preservation and development of the national culture. To achieve this aim, the department endeavors to further strengthen the national language and the tradition of culture, and advance further by setting art, science, education and writing activities as the primary tasks in heightening the world status of the Korean language and literature. The Division of Korean Language, Literature, and Creative Writing offers curricula leading to Bachelor's, Master's, and Ph.D degrees.

Undergraduate Program

The four-year undergraduate program provides a solid foundation in the theory and history of Korean language and literature. The first two years are geared to broadening students' understanding of Korean language and literature, while the remaining two years are designed to deepen their knowledge of Korean language and literature.

Major Courses: Introduction to Modern Literature; Understanding of Korean Linguistics; Introduction to cultural studies; Readings in Traditional Korean Poetry; Readings in Classical Korean Prose; Readings in Modern Fiction; Methods for Literary Studies; Korean Phonemes and Standard Pronunciation; History of Classical Korean Literature; Theories of Classical Korean Fiction; Theories of Modern Korean Fiction; Lexicology and Expression; Understanding of the Middle Korean Grammar; and The Buddhist Tradition in Korean Literature & Culture

Graduate Program

Our graduates concentrate their studies and research in fields of study such as Korean language, Modern Literature, classical literature, creative literature, and foreign language in order to maintain tradition and, furthermore, to contribute to the movement that will eventually develop and lead Korean language and literature to become one of the major studies in the society of global education.

Major Courses: History of Korean Language, Theory of Korean Linguistics, Korean Phonology, Korean Syntax, Korean Semantics, Theories of Classical Korean Literature, Reading in Ancient Korean Novels, Classical Songs in Silla Period, Studies on Narrative of Pansori, Studies on Korean Folktales, Modern Korean Poetry, Topics in Modern Literature, Modern Literary Sources, Introduction to Comparative Literature, modern Korean Poets, Topics in Narrative Fiction Writing, Topics in Contemporary Korean Literature, Practice of Literary Criticism Writing, Studies in Linguistic Theory, Studies in Korean Language and Culture, Studies in Contrastive Linguistics

Professors

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Name Picture Major Final degree school E-mail
Jong-Yon Hwang 황종연 Modern novel & Literature Criticism Dongguk Univ. hjongyon@dongguk.edu
Moo-Bong Kim 김무봉 Korean linguistics Dongguk Univ. -
Man-Su Han 한만수 Modern Literature Theory Dongguk Univ. hanms58@hanmail.net
Young-Woo Chang 장영우 Creative Writing of Novel and Theory Dongguk Univ. cywoo@dongguk.edu
Woo-Young Jung 정우영 Korean linguistics Dongguk Univ. -
Chun-Sik Kim 김춘식 Modern literature Dongguk Univ. -
Hwan-Guk Jeong 정환국 Classical Literature Sungkyunkwan Univ. -
Sang-Il kim Classical Literature Dongguk Univ. -
Gwang-Hyeon Park 박광현 Modern literature/td> Nagoya Univ. -
Jang-Wook Lee 이장욱 Literature creation Korea Univ. -
Hyeong-Jun Park 박형준 Literature creation Myongji Univ. -
Seong-Ju Kim Korean linguistics Dongguk Univ. -
Il-Hwan Kim Classical Literature Dongguk Univ. -
Jeong-Ho Min Korean language education as a foreign language Dongguk Univ. -
Jeong-Ho Seo Korean linguistics Dongguk Univ. -
Byeong-Ho Ham Korean literature Dongguk Univ. -

Retired Professor Introduction

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Woo-Young Jung 정우영 Korean linguistics Dongguk Univ. -

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Division of Japanese Studies

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Introduction

Korea and Japan are inseparably related to each other historically and geo-politically. The Major of Japanese Language and Literature is the science of encouraging understanding of Japan and the Japanese through research of its language, literature, and culture at large. The Major's educational goal is to cultivate talents who can play a leading role in the cultural interchange between the countries. In order to make it possible for each student to perform activities in other fields related with Japan, the major exerts itself to produce professionals with broad knowledge. It offers curricula leading to the Bachelor's, Master's, and Ph.D degrees.

Undergraduate Program

The four-year undergraduate program provides a solid foundation in the theory and applications of Japanese linguistics and literature. The first two years are geared to broadening students' understanding of Japanese language and literature, while the remaining two years are designed to deepen their knowledge of Japanese as a language, literature, and culture.

Major Courses: Elementary Japanese; Intermediate Japanese Conversation; High Course Japanese; Modern Japanese Novel; Japanese Art and Literature; High Course Japanese Grammar; Modern Japanese Literature; History of Japanese Literature; Japanese Idiom; Readings in Japanese Modern Literature; Japanese Classical Grammar; Seminar to Japanese Linguistics; Introduction to Japanese Literature; Comprehension to Japanese Linguistics; Readings in Japanese Classical Literature; Studies in Japanese Vocabulary; and Historical Currents in Japanese Modern Literature

Graduate Program

This program offers many systematical academic courses containing knowledge and theories on Japanese language & literature - grammar, phonology, literary history, literary works, methodologies of understanding Japan and Japanese people through studies covering language, literature and information connected with it.

Major Courses: Studies of Comparison between Japanese & Korean Language; Studies of Japanese Linguistics; Japanese Pedagogy; History of Japanese Grammar; Japanese Phonetics; Japanese phonology; Japanese Grammar; Japanese Expressionism; Studies of Kanji; Kanji Phonology; Studies of Japanese Language; Study in History of Japanese Language; Japanese Methodology; Japanese Morphology; Studies in Modern Japanese Literature; Study of Japanese Novels; Studies on Japanese Monogatari; Studies in Japanese Literature; Methods of Japanese Literature; Methods of Japan; Study in History of Japanese Literature; and Study on Japanese Writers

Professors

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Name Picture Major Final degree school E-mail
Gyeong-Cheol Lee 이경철 JHistory of Japanese Phonemes Hiroshima Univ. kanzi22@empal.com
Hwan-Ki Kim 김환기 Japanese Modern Literature Daisho Univ. kimhk@dgu.edu
Jeong-Hyeon Song 송정현 Economics Kobe Univ. -
KAZUMI KOKUSHO 고쿠쇼 카즈미 Japanese Education Catholic Univ. kazumi0121@naver.com
Tae-Jin Kim International Relations Seoul National Univ. teseus7@naver.com
Seongun Kim Japanese modern history University of Chicago -
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Department of Philosophy

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Introduction

The role of philosophy is to find the fundamental tools of methodology in the realm of liberal arts as well as social & natural sciences. This is a procedure of value establishment in each science as well. The educational objective of our postgraduate study is to offer research programs of the highest level in every realm, and thereby to mold researchers into mature, scholarly philosophers who can participate in and creatively lead the fast developing and changing present and future world.

Undergraduate Program

  • to accept and develop the western philosophy, which constructs the spiritual basis of present civilization.
  • to improve and develop the eastern philosophy which is the basis of Korean traditional culture.
  • to resolve the known philosophical problems facing Korean societ.
  • to contribute to the spiritual development of the mankind through scientific interchange with foreign philosophers.

Major Courses: Basic Problems of Philosophy, Elementary Logic, Ancient and Medieval Philosophy, History of Modern Western Philosophy, Ethics, History of The Oriental Philosophy, Philosophy of Lao Tzu and Chuangzi, Introduction to Management of Cultural Information, Theory of Knowledge, Plato and Aristotle, Philosophy of law and society, History of Korean Philosophy, Philosophy in Ancient China, Philosophy of Confucius and Mencius, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Art, Philosophy of Life and Science, Philosophical guidance of discourse and essay, Neo-Confucianism, Readings and Writings of Oriental Classics, Contemporary Western Philosophy, Metaphysics, Kant and German Idealism, Philosophy of Mind

Graduate Program

Western/Eastern Philosophy (MA/Ph.D)
The graduate school is divided into two realms of the major: western & eastern philosophy. Both majors have concrete purposes in common as follows:

 

· Understanding the chief classics in each major and its related fields

  • 1) to master the languages of the related major.
  • 2) to read the classics in each major and its related fields.

· Understanding the basic thoughts of western & the eastern philosophy

  • 1) historical understanding of western & eastern philosophy.
  • 2) acquisition of the related theories of western & eastern philosophy.

· Training the faculties of logical thought and philosophical analysis

  • 1) understanding classical & contemporary logic and their methodologies.
  • 2) training the faculty of logical thinking in writing.

· Understanding the problems and methods of contemporary philosophy

  • 1) to survey the currents of contemporary philosophy.
  • 2) understanding the related philosophical issues to each of the major domestic and foreign debates.

· Study and train in the foreign countries which are related to each major

  • 1) to study abroad in the course of the academic degree.
  • 2) to invite foreign professors for lectures and seminars.

Major Courses: Ontology of the Ancient Philosophy, Modern Rationalism, Seminar in the Philosophy of Society, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of Pre-Ch'in, Seminar in Confucian Classics, Cultivation and Awareness in the Eastern Thoughts, Seminar in History of the Korean Philosophy, Plato's Philosophy, Contemporary Theory of Knowledge, Phenomenology and Existentialism, Seminar in the Theoretical Ethics, Philosophy of Science, Modern and Contemporary Chinese Philosophy, Eastern View of Life, Korean Confucianism, Aristotle's Philosophy, Philosophy of Psychology, German Idealism, Seminar in the Methodology of the Social Philosophy, Seminar in the Feminist Philosophy, Song-Ming Dynasty's Philosophy, Chinese Philosophy of War and Peace, Theories of the Utopia in the Eastern Philosophy, Issues in Modern and Contemporary Korean Philosophy, Augustine and Thomas Aquinas, Advanced Logic, Modern Empiricism, Seminar in Practical Ethics, Seminar in Aesthetics, Seminar in Hundred School's Philosophy, Qing-dynasty's Philosophy, Seminar in Chu-shi and Wang-yangming's Philosophy, Philosophical Analysis of the Korean Cultural Symbols, Studies in the Plato's Ontology, Advanced Logic, Studies in the Descartes' Philosophy

Professors

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Heun-Woo Yoo 유흔우 Chinese Modern & Contemporary Philosophy Dongguk Univ. heunwoo@dongguk.edu
Yoon-Ki Hong 홍윤기 Social Philosophy & Ethics Berlin Freedom Univ. hyg57@dongguk.edu
Ji-Won Shim 심지원 Western Philosophy Muenster Univ. g1dmp@daum.net

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Department of Chinese Language and Literature

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Introduction

Through a historical and systematic approach to the Chinese language and literature, the Major teaches skills in practical research of the language and development of the Chinese culture and literature. Its objectives are: to help each student heighten step by step ability to commend basic and useful Chinese through study of classical and modem texts; to teach a wide range of knowledge in the field of Chinese cultures at large; to develop the ability to learn and research; and then, to produce national talents who will advance oriental culture and traditions. The Major offers curricula leading to the Bachelor's, Master's, and Ph.D. degrees.

Undergraduate Program

The Major's educational objective is to produce high-level specialists in the field of cultural sciences on the basis of Chinese literature. The Major puts substantial value on variety in learning so it keeps close relations with local universities in China, and based on variety, it encourages students to develop an in-depth understanding of ancient and modern China. In modern society, the importance of China has increased in every field, the Major focuses on development of practical ability to commend Chinese and, further on, in-depth comprehension of ancient and modern Chinese literature, and cultures.

Major Courses: Classical Chinese Prose; History of Classical Chinese Literature; Practice in Chinese Vocabulary; History of Contemporary Chinese Literature; Chinese Conversation; Chinese Culture and Society; Lyricism of Chinese Poetry; Audio-visual Chinese; Chinese Customs and Moral Tales; Chinese Films; Chinese Thought and Wisdom; Chinese Novel and Drama; Chinese Literature of the New Period; and Business Chinese

Graduate Program

Chinese Language and Literature (MA/Ph.D) This department is based on Chinese language and literature. Our purpose is to deepen the general study of the Chinese language, literary research, various cultural manifestations, and nurture professional human resources as leaders of society. The masters program is a single major while the doctoral program is divided among majors.

Major Courses : Studies in Chinese Linguistics; Seminar in Chinese Phonetics; History of Chinese Characters; Studies in Chinese Poetry; Studies in Chinese Literary Criticism; Chinese Novel in Colloquial Language; Chinese Literature and Buddhism; Studies in Chinese Lexicology; Special Lectures in Chinese Teaching; Studies in Foreign Chinese Teaching; Introduction to Modern Chinese Writers; Ancient Thoughts; Issues and Perspectives

Professors

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Tae-Suk Oh Criticism of Chinese Poetry Seoul Nat'l Univ. estone@empal
Yong-Su Han 한용수 Modern Chinese Grammar Shanghai Normal Univ./td> rzhan@dongguk.edu
Young-Hwan Park 박영환 Classical Chinese Literature Peking Univ. piao@dongguk.edu
Yang-Su Kim 김양수 Modern Chinese Literature SungKyunKwan Univ. yangsu@dongguk.edu
Seok-Hong Park 박석홍 Chinese Ancient Character SungKyunKwan Univ. feixiang@dongguk.edu
Ryeo-Hong Choi 최려홍 Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, Phonetics Chinese Academy of Social Sciences -
Mi-Ryung Seo 서미령 Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, Phonology Chinese Studies Yonsei Univ.

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Department of History

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Introduction

Unlike other sciences, history is the study of the past. It contains aspects of all that mankind has taken or accomplished so far. History's aim is to research those aspects and properties scientifically and, then, to obtain clear guidelines for understanding the present and the future. Therefore, the objective of this Major is to recognize rules of universality in world history, to research human nature based on this recognition, and to develop viewpoints of society. This department offers curricula leading to the Bachelor's, Master's, and PhD degrees.

Undergraduate Program

The study of history at Dongguk University promotes inquiry into the origins, character, and significance of the various stages of human history throughout the ages and around the globe. The Department encourages students to take broad perspectives on their own culture by learning Korean history. At the same time, it encourages students to approach history from a global perspective. Students learn how to make comparisons and draw contrasts; they learn how to appreciate cultural differences and notable human achievements as contributions to mankind’s development.

Major courses : Ancient History of the West; Ancient History of Korea; Ancient History of Asia; Medieval history of Korea; Medieval History of Asia; Medieval History of the West; Modern History of Asia; Contemporary History of Europe; History of Korean Thoughts; History and culture of Eurasian nomad; and History of cultural exchanges in the Mediterranean

Graduate Program

The study of history at Dongguk University promotes inquiry into the origins, character, and significance of the various stages of human history throughout the ages and around the globe. The Department encourages students to take broad perspectives on their own culture through learning Korean history. At the same time, it encourages students to approach history from a global perspective. Students learn how to make comparisons and draw contrasts; they learn how to appreciate cultural differences and notable human achievements as contributions to mankind’s development.

Major courses : Studies in the History of Korea (1); History of Korean Foreign Relations; Korea Intellectual History; Problems of the Oriental History; History of the Chinese Thought; Historiography and Theories of the West; Problems in the Western History; Seminar on the Ancient History of Korea; Korean Economic History (1); Seminar on the Medieval History of China; Seminar on the Medieval History of Europe; and Problems of the American History

Professors

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Byung-Joon Jeong 정병준 Medieval History of China Kyoto Univ. dongsa@dongguk.edu
Hong-Suk Yang 양홍석 American History Dongguk Univ. yhistory@hanmail.net
In-Beom Seo 서인범 Modern History of China Tohoku Univ. inbeom@dongguk.edu
Dae-Hwan Noh 노대환 Modern History of Korea Seoul National Univ. qwert@dongguk.edu
Yeon-Shik Choi 최연식 Ancient and Medieval History of Korea Seoul National Univ. soyowon@dongguk.edu
Taek-Kyung Kim Modern East Asian History Peking Univ. 20200180@dongguk.edu

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Department of English and Literature

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Introduction

The main purpose of English Major is to provide studies of the literatures, language, and cultures of English-speaking nations such as England and the United States through literary works in English. It offers curricula leading to Bachelor's, Master's, and PhD degrees.

Undergraduate Program

English Literature is an important base for understanding western civilization, as well as a basis for understanding Korean literature. By examining the English cultures through their language and literature, students can understand the cultural aspects of our society and become prospective professionals in the field. The four-year undergraduate program provides a solid foundation in English works and cultures.

Major Courses : Introduction to English Literature; Literature in English-Speaking Nations; Literature in Cinema; English Literature and Drama; Introduction to American Studies; Shakespeare; Transnational Modern British and American Poetry; Modern American Novels; Texts and Criticism; Victorian Literature and Culture; Postmodernism and 21C English Literature; The World of English Language and Culture; Modern American Novels; and British and American Cultural Studies; English Romantic Poetry

Graduate Program

English Literature (MA/Ph.D) The program aims at creating an intellectual environment that enhances students' academic commitment to literary and language studies. The Department is committed to delivering a new method for literary analysis as well as the theoretical technology, thereby challenging the students to be involved in understanding their goals and creative participation in terms of recognition and achievement and maintaining the mainstream tradition of English studies. The program inspires the students to perform their research and creative activities at higher levels, and provides researchers with various services by putting emphasis on interdisciplinary research.

Major Courses (English Literature): Modern British and American Novels; Topics in British and American Poetry; Studies in British and American Drama; British and American Literary Criticism 1; Lecture in Shakespeare; Modern British Drama; English Literature in the Victorian Age; and Seminar in Medieval English Literature

English Cultural Studies
In order to meet the new demands of the 21st century, the program focuses on language and culture of the English speaking countries as the center of its studies. Students of the program will be groomed to become international specialists in areas such as politics, economics, and culture. The objective is to let the students cultivate language skills that will allow them to express themselves logically, freely, and creatively.

Major Courses (English Cultural Studies): Introduction to English Cultural Studies; American Cultural Studies; Mass Media and Contemporary Society; Methods in English Cultural Studies; Gender Politics and Cultural Power; Nation-State and Cultural Studies; Cultural Political Economy; Studies in English Cultural Industries; and Cultural Politics in Time and Space

Professors

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Yeong-Min Kim 김영민 Modern English History and Modern Criticism University of Missouri - Columbia -
Hun-Seong Hwang 황훈성 Modern English-American plays University of California-Davis -
Ae-Ju Kim 김애주 Modern American Novel Dongguk Univ. ajkim@dgu.edu
Heon-Kyun Noh 노헌균 Modern American novels State University of New York - Buffalo -
Sung-Joong Kim 김성중 British Poetry University of Nebraska-Lincoln sk1931@dgu.edu
Seung-Hyun Hong 홍승현 British Poetry University of Nebraska-Lincoln suehong@dgu.edu
James O’Sullivan 설리반 Modern American Literature University of Sussex -
Mark Johnson Mark-Johnson Fiction University of North Carolina Wilmington -

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Department of English Interpretation and Translation

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Educational objectives

The Department of English Interpretation and Translation teaches English to express thoughts and as a tool to reveal the essence of human language. It enables students to develop communication skills with an analytical perspective. In addition, it aims to develop capable human resources demonstrating active and progressive leadership aptitudes in the 21st century globalization era.

English Interpretation and Translation conceptualize talent as follows :
ㆍIt fosters communication experts and international English scholars who will respond to the needs of the 21st century and contribute to the international community as a global citizen
ㆍIt fosters professionals who will contribute to academic development through in-depth research, with an analytical perspective on the essence of language.
ㆍIt fosters English education experts who will nurture the talents of the next generation by developing insights into English, with effective and practical teaching methods.

Current academic trends and prospects

The recent academic teaching trend in foreign languages and literature is toward a more practical and culturally-oriented direction. The study that responds best to this trend is interpretation and translation studies. In particular, English Interpretation and Translation is a valuable discipline that can lead students to a more practical field by taking one step further from the traditional research teaching activities, which focuses on pure literature and language. The University has established interpretation and translation as an independent department in the undergraduate program, and continuously revises and plans the basic training program to fulfill the responsibility and duty of being pioneers. It responds to the recent academic trend that values practical communication by enabling students to strengthen their English understanding. Their understanding of the English-speaking culture is broadened through the study of the fundamental theories of English linguistics. They learn the necessary and professional skills of interpretation and translation.

Career after graduation

Graduates who majored in English Interpretation and Translation will have the opportunity to use their scholarly knowledge in various fields. They can speak English fluently, an increasingly important medium of communication in the era of internationalization and globalization. These students have an academic research advantage, but English proficiency is also beneficial when searching for employment opportunities. English Interpretation and Translation enable students to pursue a wide range of careers. Specific fields include conference interpreter, translator, communication expert in international trade, publication and translation planning, translation business, and media companies.

Professors

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Eui-Yon Cho 조의연 Semantic Pragmatism University of Illinois choey@dongguk.edu
Myung-Kwan Park 박명관교수님 Morphology University of Connecticut parkmk@dongguk.edu
Yoon-Hee Park 박윤희 English Literature and Translation University of North Texas pkyh@dongguk.edu
Soon-Young Kim 김순영 English Interpretation and Translation Dongguk Univ. kimsy@dongguk.edu
Beom-Sik Park 박범식 Syntax University of Connecticut bumsikpark@dongguk.edu
Jeong-Ah Shin 신정아 English Education, Cognitive Science University of Illinois jashin@dongguk.edu
Jung-Min Hong Department of Interpretation and Translation Department of Interpretation and Translation drew97@dongguk.edu
Barry Welsh Barry Welsh English Literature University of Edinburgh barrywelsh23@gmail.com
Angela Rossolo Angela Rossolo Literature SUNY at Brockport -

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