SUMMARY OF WFU FACULTY INFORMATION FORMS

for

Reporting Professional Activities

 

PROGRAM IN EAST ASIAN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES

 

Reynolda Campus

2002-2003

I – Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II – Papers and Presentations Presented at Professional Meetings

III – Editorships, Offices and Consultancies

IV – External Grants Received

 

 I.  Publications, Performances, Exhibits

           

 

A.     Books, Textbooks, and Monographs  (List only those publications which have actually appeared in print between July 1, 2002 - June 30, 2003)

 

Asst. Prof. Yaohua Shi

Mandarin III for English Speakers, with Chris Gainty, Pimsleur Language Series, Simon & Schuster Audio, 2003

 

 

B.     Articles, Chapters, and Other Publications   (Observe the same dates as indicated in F, above.)

 

Asst. Prof. Yaohua Shi

Book Review, Masculinity Besieged? Issues of Modernity and Male Subjectivity in Chinese Literature

of the Late Twentieth Century by Xueping Zhong (Duke University Press, 2000), Journal of Modern Literature in Chinese, Hong Kong, (January 2002, Vol. 5 No. 2) 156-160.  (The issue was antedated; it came out in winter of 2002).

 

Lecturer Yasuko Takata

Oral Proficiency, with Hideki Maki and Jessica Dunton, the Bulletin of the

Faculty of Regional Studies, Gifu University, Vol. 12, 103-108.

 

 

II.  Papers and Presentations

 

Assoc. Prof. David Phillips

North Carolina Campus Compact Service Learning Institute, Elon

University, 2003.  Co-presenter, “Teaching Cultural Sensitivity and

Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Service Learning Courses” Workshop.

 

Association for Asian Studies, Southeast Regional Conference, 2003.

“Reshaping Meiji Tokyo: A Story of Urban Reform and Resistance to

Change.”

 

Southern Japan Seminar (Florida International University),

Member of “Japan and the World” panel, respondent to “Noble Savages and

Distant Edens: Encounters with the West in Natsume Sōseki’s Sanshirō” (Inger

Brodey), November 2002.

                                   

Asst. Prof. Yaohua Shi

Paper presentation at the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Conference:

“Integrating Film into the Curriculum at the Advanced Level,” Salt Lake City, November 23, 2002

 

Panel chair, “Teaching Chinese Calligraphy as a Cultural Course in a Language Program”, at the Southeast Conference on Chinese Language Teaching,” Duke University, September 28, 2002

 

 

 

 

III.  Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

 

Assoc. Prof. David Phillips

Co-president, Southeast Association of Teachers of Japanese

 

 

IV.  External Grants Received

 

N/A