Chik is currently a Ph.D candidate in the East Asian Languages and Civilizations program at ASU.
Cho's research fields range from Pre-modern Korean and Chinese literature and culture; Sino-Korean exchange and East Asian comparative literature; performance literature; and oral storytelling and folk literature.
Croft founded and led the ASU Critical Languages Institute from 1991-1997. He received lifetime professional achievement medal from the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences in 2005.
Cruse's research focuses on medieval Francophone culture (manuscripts, travel writing, visual culture).
Curran taught Spanish and Portuguese languages and cultures: Survey of Literature of Spain, Brazil; Spanish, Spanish-American and Brazilian Civilization and published extensively on diverse cultures before/after retirement.
Cutter's primary field of teaching and research is early medieval Chinese literature. He was founding director of the School of International Letters and Cultures at ASU.
Italian by birth and passionate about the language and culture of her native country, Dal Martello has been teaching Italian language and culture courses at Arizona State since 1996.
Deal has taught at ASU for more than 27 years, having given hundreds of Portuguese-language classes to thousands of students.
Dell’Anna has been teaching Italian at ASU since 2005. Her areas of teaching and research include teaching Italian language through literature, Italian mass media communication, and pedagogy in language teaching.
Diaz-Gomez, a native from Mexico, is currently studying her second year in the Spanish and Latin American PhD program at ASU.
Sipka's research interests include lexicography, lexicology, linguistic anthropology, lexical and inflectional morphology, computational linguistics, and computer-assisted learning.
Suhara has been teaching Asian religion and culture courses at the University of Pittsburgh, University of Arizona, and Arizona State University. His works have been published in multiple Japanese journals.
Umar has been teaching Arabic and English for 18 years and his research interest is the interplay between Syntax and Semantics in English and Arabic. He is currently researching Adverbial ordering in varieties of Arabic.
Tecedor's primary area of research is computer-assisted language learning with a focus on flipped and online curricular models.
With roots in American and Chinese cultures, Hoyt Tillman explores the divergence and commonalities within and between cultures. As a historian and sinologist, he focuses on how ways of thinking have changed over time.
Tompkins specializes in Latin American literature and cultural production, theory and film. She leads the new online Spanish Translation Certificate and runs a very successful summer abroad program in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Dr. Joanne Tsao's primary field of research is pre-modern Chinese literature. She teaches Classical Chinese, Chinese literature, Modern Chinese language, and courses on Chinese history and culture.
Robert Tuck works on 19th and 20th century Japanese literature, especially Sinitic genres of writing and Sino-Japanese cultural relations.
Tueller teaches Greek language and literature, especially the poetry of the Hellenistic period.
Turker teaches courses on Korean language and Korean linguistics as well as general linguistics courses.
Primary research focus fo Urioste-Azcorra is contemporary Spanish literature and culture. Her secondary research and teaching interest is Digital Humanities.
Vargas has taught courses in photography, silkscreen, Spanish language, culture, and literature.
Vitullo is researching the history and culture of the Mediterranean diet and lifestyle in Italy, strategies used for maintaining it in Italian communities, and possible ways to adapt to it to our local food system.
Born in Protektorat Boehmen und Maehren, Volek grew up in Czechoslovakia, studied in Cuba, and, after the Russian occupation, emigrated to West Germany and to U.S.
West works in the textual culture of late medieval and early modern China (1000–1600), with specialties in performance literature, drama, urban literature, and garden studies.
Williams studies and translates classical Chinese poetry, and is particularly interested in its cross-cultural, linguistic, religious and ideological underpinnings.
Wilson specializes in the instruction of Japanese language, culture, and calligraphy. His research includes Japanese pedagogy and digital humanities.
A French native who has traveled extensively, Winter became a French instructor to share her culture and language when she moved to the U.S.
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.
Wong has taught courses in modern Mandarin, Chinese fiction, bibliography, and literary translation at ASU.