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Kil Cha

KIL CHA

Lecturer in Asian and Asian American Studies

M.A. University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures (Korean Pedagogy, 1997)

Office: LS G676
Phone: 777-3882
Email: kcha@binghamton.edu

Areas of Study and Interest

Korean language
Korean grammar
Korean and English idiomatic expressions
Translating of premodern Korean texts (Literary Chinese and han’gŭl)

Recent Courses

Intermediate Korean
Advanced Korean
Professional Korean

Selected Publications (Translations)

Classical Literature

Unyŏng-jŏn [雲英傳 The tale of Unyŏng, early 17th cent.], translated in: Unyŏng-jŏn: A Study of Women’s Lives at the Royal Palace of Seventeenth Century Chosŏn Korea, with annotations and introduction. Berkeley: East Asian Institute 2009 (with Michael J. Pettid).

Scholarly Articles

Lee, SunGu, “The Rights of the Ch’ongbu and Strengthening of Adoption of Lineage Heirs in the Mid-Chosŏn Period,” translated in Confucianism and Women in Chosŏn: New Perspectives, editors Youngmin Kim and Michael J. Pettid (Forthcoming SUNY Press).

Lee, SunGu, “The Virtuous Wife as Seen in Historical Literature: The Life of Lady Chang of Andong,” translated in Confucianism and Women in Chosŏn: New Perspectives, editors Youngmin Kim and Michael J. Pettid (Under review, SUNY Press).

Poetry

Kim, Yong Ho. “Hawaii sat’angsusu pat.” In Honolulu Stories: Two Centuries of Writing, editors Gavan Daws and Bennett Hymer. Honolulu: Mutual Publishing Company, 2008, with M. Pettid.

Cho, Byung Hwa. “One Scene at Waikiki.” In Honolulu Stories: Two Centuries of Writing, editors Gavan Daws and Bennett Hymer. Honolulu: Mutual Publishing Company, 2008, with M. Pettid.

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Last Updated: 3/21/12