Bokenkamp specializes in the study of medieval Chinese Daoism, with a special emphasis on its literatures and its relations with Buddhism.
Bolmarcich was born and raised in Philadelphia and came to ASU in fall 2010. She works on ancient Greek international relations and diplomacy.
Concetta Bondi holds a Masters degree in Spanish from McGill University, Canada and completed her PhD in Chicanx Studies at Arizona State University (Tempe, Arizona).
Her interests in linguistics include phonology acquisition and early childhood language acquisition.
Brantley admitted to the AZ & NY Bars, oversees SILC business operations including but not limited to: revenue management, budget development, human resources management, facilities management and purchasing & procurement.
Dr. Canovas specializes in the study of French poetry and narrative from Baudelaire to surrealism.
Álvaro Cerrón-Palomino's teaching and research interests include variationist sociolinguistics, dialectology, and historical linguistics.
Cheloha's work focuses on online curriculum development and teaching of American Sign Language and related topics.
Chen teaches Buddhism and Chinese Religions at ASU. He has published on Buddhist monasticism and the interactions between Buddhism and Christianity. He is finishing up two book project on Buddhism.
Hino has a long teaching career in Japanese in various institutions and universities in Japan, Australia, and the U.S. Her research interests center on Systemic Functional Linguistics which views language as social semiotics.
Head of the Russian section, Hoogenboom teaches language, literature, and culture. An expert on Catherine the Great, she researches noble service culture, civil society, duty, sentimentalism, book history, and women writers.
Pamela Howard is a lecturer in speech-language in the Department of Speech and Hearing Science in the College of Health Solutions. Her research interests are in American Sign Language and Deaf culture.
Eva Humbeck is an instructor of German language in the School of International Letters and Culture at Arizona State University. Her academic interests reach from poetry to modern literature to cultural change in Germany.
Johannson exclusively works with the ASU Online program, teaching both intermediate and beginner French courses.
Johnson's teaching and research interests range widely, but mainly focus on the literatures and cultures of early modern Spain, Germany, England, and the Americas.
Johnson teaches Spanish and coordinates first and second-year Spanish, including supervising Teaching Assistants.
Joslin's interdisciplinary research on African literature and film combine aesthetic theories of representation and socio-cultural interpretations of texts in order to reimagine global discourses within a humanistic framework
Katayama teaches different levels of elementary Japanese.
Oginska has been teaching Introductory and Intermediate Polish at ASU since 2008. She is also a member of the faculty of Barrett, The Honors College.
Kroo is a sociocultural linguist whose work examines how younger adults in Japan and Korea contest dominant ideologies governing ‘the good life', creating alternative spatialities on and off line.
Lee is a teacher of German who specializes in language learning with disabilities/dyslexia, bilingual learning, and teaching methodology.
Liao's research focuses on the interlanguage development in the dimensions of L2 writing and and speaking abilities.
Ling specializes in late imperial Chinese literature and culture, book history, and the print culture.
Livingston has studied 13 languages, worked as teacher, translator (avionics), and yoga instructor. He oversees study abroad programs, designs computer-aided language learning materials, and strums the guitar.
Losse was named dean of humanities in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences in May 2004. She was a professor of French with primary area of research and teaching in French Renaissance literature.
Mahgoub al-Tahawy is an award-winning Egyptian novelist and short story writer, and affiliated member of the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing at ASU.
McAuliffe teaches German at ASU. She received her doctorate in German from Pennsylvania State University in 2014.
McHale holds an master's in French Literature and teaches beginner- and intermediate-level French courses. She has lived and worked in francophone Europe.
Originally from Italy, he completed his undergraduate studies in Florence, and his graduate studies in France and the US. Besides ASU, he has taught at Duke University and Truman State.
Mirguet's research focuses on emotions and the history of the self in early Jewish literature. She teaches, among other courses, Biblical Hebrew, ancient Jewish literature, and the history of emotions.
Moldabekova's research interests include heritage and second language pedagogy, including theoretical and practical issues of teaching heritage language learners.
Negron has taught different levels of Spanish language courses for L2 and heritage language learners in hybrid and online formats. Her research interests focus on sociolinguistics and heritage language pedagogy.
Oh has developed the curricula for a sequential first-year, second-year, and fourth-year Korean language program as well as the corresponding materials.
Oh works on the cultural connection among East Asian societies, with particular foci on the language and the book.
Olenina specializes in Russian literature and visual culture, as well as media theory with an emphasis on performance and embodied spectatorship.
Orlich is a well-known speaker in China, South Korea, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Canada, Italy, France, Spain, the UK, and Romania on cultural, political and gender relations, nationalism and ethnic conflict.
Helene Ossipov received a bachelor's in Russian literature from Queens College of CUNY, a master's in Russian area studies, and a master's and a doctorate in French linguistics from Indiana University.
Palaich teaches all levels of language and culture courses in the Italian field.
Paulesc's research interests include cultural studies, language and identity, migration studies, storytelling and Eastern European film.
Pietrantoni is interested in the development of language and cultural proficiency and the development of instructional materials.
Lesley Poteet teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on French language, literature and francophone cultures.
Poudrier teaches Latin language courses as well as ancient Greek and Roman myth, history, religion, and culture. She is involved in many service and outreach activities like Fall Forum and the ACMRS Latin Research Group.
Quinn is a lecturer in ASU's School of International Letters and Cultures.
Reves teaches lower division coordinator in the German group at ASU. Her primary research interests are migration, networks and culture transfer.
Risha is an educator with a leading personality. She enjoys developing teaching methodologies; works hard to update her teaching experiences to fit her students’ needs and active participant in school’s activities.
Rodriguez has been teaching at ASU since 2001, including lower and upper division Spanish language classes.
Rosales' research focuses on Chicano literature and culture with an emphasis on Chicano literary history and Chicano narrative written in Spanish.
In 2008, Shemer started at ASU where she developed the Modern Hebrew program from the ground up, which includes language courses, cultural courses, and a study abroad in Israel.
Tomoko Shimomura is a Senior Lecturer in the Japanese Program at the School of International Letters and Cultures. She is a coordinator of the Japanese language program and teaches all levels of Japanese language courses.
After an undergraduate degree in literature and languages, Wong went to Japan and studied Japanese and taught English, followed by graduate study in Japanese literature in the U.S.