2017-2018 Asian Studies Advisory Committee, from left to right: Min Yang, Jong Kwan "Jake" Lee, Akiko Kawano Jones, Rebecca Skinner Green, Man Zhang, Vibha Bhalla; second row: Brad Clark, Ryoko Okamura, Jeremy Walsh
Assistant Professor of Popular Culture
Academic Interests: South Asia, theater and dance, globalization, religion.
Courses Taught: Global Popular Culture; Indian Popular Culture; Religion and Popular Culture; International Performing Arts; Popular Religion in Asia.
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246 Shatzel Hall
Assistant Professor of Japanese
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119 Shatzel Hall
Associate Professor of Popular Culture
Academic Interests: Asian traditional and popular music, globalization, Southeast Asia, post-colonial theory.
Asian Popular Music, Global Popular Culture.
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346 Shatzel Hall
Associate Professor of Chinese
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109 Shatzel Hall
Associate Professor of International Business es
Academic Interests: International entrepreneurship; born global firms; international performance, information technology capability; international strategies.
Courses Taught: Introduction to International Business; Online Introduction to International Business and Global Management; International Management.
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3009 Business Administration Building Annex
Adjunct Instructor of Pop Culture
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346 Shatzel Hall
Professor of Theater and Film
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240 Wolfe Center
Jong Kwan "Jake" Lee
Associate Professor, Computer Science
Academic Interests: Scientific/Information Visualization, Computer Graphics, Computer Vision, High Performance Computing
Courses Taught: Operating Systems & Networks, Computer Graphics, Programming Fundamentals, Advanced Computer Graphics, Artificial Intelligence Methods, Computer Organization
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240 Hayes Hall
Associate Professor of English
Academic Interests: Modern and Contemporary Literatures; Post Colonial Literature and Theory; South Asian Studies; World Cinema; and Film Theory.
Courses Taught: Cinema and Nation: Postcolonial Theory, Partition and the Transnational Indian Cinema; Transnational Trends in Asian Cinemas; Iranian Women and Film; Postcolonial World Cinema; Women in Islam; Women, Islam, and Literature; Muslim Women in Literature and the Media.
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203 East Hall
Associate Professor, Department of Ethnic Studies, School of Cultural and Critical Studies
Academic Interests: Transnationalism, Gender and migration particularly from India, migration in mid-western states
Courses Taught: Contemporary Immigration to US, Global Perspectives on Women, Intro to Ethnic Studies, Intro to Asian American Studies, Twentieth century North American Migrations
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244 Shatzel Hall
Neil A. Englehart
Associate Professor of Political Science
Academic Interests: Politics of East and Southeast Asia; human rights, state formation and state failure.
Courses Taught: Comparative Politics; Asian Politics; and Human Rights.
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Christopher J. Frey
Assistant Professor of Education
Academic Interests: Indigenous and immigrant education policy; Global Histories of colonial and minority education; Education in Japan; Japanese modernization.
Classes Taught: History of Education; Education in a Pluralistic Society; Navajo Society; Education and Art; International Education Policy.
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Rebecca L. Skinner Green
Associate Professor of Art History
Academic Interests: World art and cultures.
Courses Taught: Art of India and Southeast Asia; Art of China and Japan; Oceanic Art; Western African Art; MesoAmerican Art, Western Art; Survey of World Art; Special Topics in Art History; Critical issues in World Art.
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1010 Fine Arts
Akiko Kawano Jones
Director, Asian Studies Program; Senior Lecturer of Japanese Language; Director of Summer Program in Japan and Peace Studies in Hiroshima.
Academic Interests: Language pedagogy; Japanese culture and customs; tea ceremony, study abroad in Japan.
Courses Taught: Japanese Language (beginning through third year); Japanese Business Language and Culture; Japanese Culture and Tea Ceremony; Summer Study in Japan.
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