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Indiana University


NCTA Teaching East Asian Literature Workshop

2018 Presenters

Andra Alvis
Part-time Assistant Professor, Asian Studies, DePauw University
Specialties: Fantastic literature of Japan and psychoanalytic and feminist theory

Cecilia Boyce
National Board Certified Teacher and IB HL Examiner, Hillsborough High School, Tampa, FL
Specialties: Teaches world literature in the International Baccalaureate Program, is our curriculum consultant for the sixteenth year

Susan Furukawa
Assistant Professor of Japanese, Modern Languages and Literatures, Beloit College
Specialties: Japanese history from 1590 to the present; Japanese national identity in the 20th century; modern Japanese literature; popular culture and media in Japan

Daniel Hsieh
Associate Professor of Chinese, School of Languages and Cultures, Purdue University
Specialties: Chinese language; classical Chinese literature

Andrew Stuckey
Assistant Professor of Chinese, Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of Colorado Boulder
Specialties: Modern and Contemporary Chinese Literature and Film

Bruce Fulton
Associate Professor of Korean Literature and Literary Translation, The University of British Columbia
Specialties: Korean fiction and its translation; intertextuality and intermediality in Korean literature past and present; women’s literature, military camptown fiction, and the literature of the Korean diaspora

Richard Bohr
Professor Emeritus, Department of History, College of St. Benedict/St. John's University
Specialties: Modern Chinese history; U.S.-China interaction; dissident movements in China

Sean Kim
Professor of History, History and Anthropology, University of Central Missouri
Specialties: Modern Korean history; Korean Christianity