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.
Erin is a third year Ph.D. student focusing on Peninsular literature where she also serves as a graduate teaching associate. Prior to coming to ASU, she spent many years as a high school Spanish instructor.
Le started Vietnamese language program in 1991 and developed the curricula for all levels of Vietnamese courses at ASU. She is the author of several textbooks and workbooks and developed many web-based learning materials.
Lee is a teacher of German who specializes in language learning with disabilities/dyslexia, bilingual learning, and teaching methodology.
Shuo Liang is a second-year Ph.D. student at ASU.
Liao's research focuses on the interlanguage development in the dimensions of L2 writing and and speaking abilities.