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Graduate Students

Name Program Contact Information
Galvane, Linda Japanese lgalvane@stanford.edu
Ganir, Paul Japanese pganir@stanford.edu
He, Keren Chinese hekeren@stanford.edu
Kim, Dongwan Japanese
Kim, Eunyeong Chinese eunyeong@stanford.edu
Knott, Jeffrey Japanese jknott@stanford.edu
Kroo, Judit Japanese
Lee, Yun Sub Japanese ylee5@stanford.edu
Lewis, Mia Japanese mia2@stanford.edu
Liang, Yukuan Chinese ykliang@stanford.edu
Miao, Xiaoman Japanese maymiao@stanford.edu
Owlett, Tricia Chinese towlett@stanford.edu
Peng, Wei Chinese weipeng@stanford.edu
Qin, Longlu Chinese longlu@stanford.edu
Quinn, Aragorn Japanese aragornq@stanford.edu
Rodriguez, Gabriel Japanese gabeysf@stanford.edu
Sanga, Luciana Japanese ldobre@stanford.edu
Singleton, Kevin Japanese ksinglet@stanford.edu
Sturiano, Joanna Japanese
Sugiura, Robin Colomb Japanese rsugiura@stanford.edu
Teo, Ming Chew Chinese mcteo@stanford.edu
Thieret, Adrian Chinese thieret@stanford.edu
Wake, Caroline Japanese cwake@stanford.edu
Wang, Wandi Chinese wandiw@stanford.edu
Xie, Fang Chinese xiefang1@stanford.edu
Zhang, Yanshuo Chinese zhangys@stanford.edu
Zhang, Yu Chinese yuzhang6@stanford.edu
Zhao, Hao Chinese haozhao@stanford.edu
Zhao, Tingting Chinese sophia22@stanford.edu
Zhou, Chenshu Chinese czhou001@stanford.edu

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Ph.D. Graduates

Name Program Year Occupation
Atkins, Paul Stephen Japanese 1999 Associate Professor, University of Washington
Bullock, Julia Claire Japanese 2004 Associate Professor, Emory University
Bolton, Christopher Andres Japanese 1998 Associate Professor, Williams College
Campbell, Catherine P Chinese 1986
Chang, Chia-Ning Japanese 1985 Professor, UC Davis
Chang, Sung-Shen Chinese 1985 Professor, University of Texas
Chen, Sarah Wei-Ming Chinese 1985 Associate Professor, Occidental College
Chiang, Sing-Chen Lydia Chinese 1985 Professor, Boston College
Chou, Ping Chinese 2002 Visiting Assistant Professor, Reed College
Colligan, Karen Renee Japanese 1986 Professor emerita of Japanese Studies, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Csikszentmihalyi, Mark Alexander Chinese 1994 Professor and Chair, EALC, UC Berkeley
Cuccio, Claire Susan Japanese 2005
Dean, Kenneth Chinese 1988 Professor of Asian Studies, McGill University
Decker, Margaret Holmes Chinese 1987
DiBello, Michelle Leigh Chinese 1996 Lecturer, Stanford University
Dillon, Sara Ann Japanese 1988 Associate Professor of Law, Suffolk University
Fang, Ji Chinese 2006 Post-doc, Palo Alto Research Center
Foster, Michael Dylan Japanese 2003 Associate Professor, Indiana University
Francis, Mark Edwin Chinese 1996 Assistant Professor, Drew University
Francis, Sing-chen Lydia Chinese 1997 Associate Professor, Boston College
Gardner, William Ogdon Japanese 1999 Associate Professor, Swarthmore College
Geisse, Kathleen Ann Japanese 2003 Translator
Gibeau, Mark Laurent Japanese 2006 Lecturer, Australian National University
Grant, Beata Chinese 1987 Professor, Washington University in St. Louis
Gundry, David James Japanese 2009 Assistant Professor, UC Davis
Haag, Andre Robert Japanese 2013 Assistant Professor, Univ. New Mexico
Hanami, Ichiro Leopold Japanese 1997 Assistant Professor, George Washington University
Huey, Robert Nathan Japanese 1985 Professor, University of Hawaii
Jewel, Mark Herbert Japanese 1985 Professor, Waseda University
Kafalas, Philip Alexander Chinese 1995 Associate Professor, Chair, Georgetown University
Kam, Fonng Janice Chinese 2012 Assistant Professor, Western Washington University
Kelly Jahshan, Shaun Chinese 1996
Kieschnick, John Henry Chinese 1995 Professor, Religious Studies, Stanford University
Kuge, Shu Japanese 2003 Assistant Professor, Pennsylvania State University
Liao, Hsien-Hao Chinese 1988 National Taiwan University
Lin, Jingxia Chinese 2011 Post-doc, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Lofgren, Erik Robert Japanese 1999 Associate professor, Bucknell University
Lu, Jie Chinese 1996 Associate Professor, University of the Pacific
MacDonald, Ian McCullough Japanese 2005 Translator
McCraw, David Randolph Chinese 1986 Professor, University of Hawaii
Miller, David Charles Chinese 1990
Nakamura, Miri Chinese 2007 Assistant Professor, Wesleyan College
Odagiri, Takushi Japanese 2011
Oyler, Elizabeth Ann Japanese 1999 Associate Professor, University of Illinois
Peck, Jeeyoung Chinese 2008 Assistant Professor, Hanyang University
Peng, Rui Chinese 2006 Assistant Professor, National University of Singapore
Poa, Dory Chinese 1993
Saltzman-Li, Katherine Japanese 1994 Associate Professor, University of California, Santa Barbara
Scott, Christopher Donal Japanese 2006 Translator and Independent Scholar
Shi, Yuzhi Chinese 1999 Assistant Professor, National University of Singapore
Smitheram, Robert Hale Chinese 1987 Consultant, Center for Educational Technology
Storey, Donna George Japanese 1993 Japanese Translator
Strippoli, Roberta Japanese 2006 Assistant Professor, SUNY, Binghamton University
Suttmeier, Bruce Raymon Japanese 2002 Associate Professor, Lewis & Clark College
Suzuki, Michiko Japanese 2002 Associate Professor, Indiana University
Tan, Chong Kee Chinese 1998 Co-Founder, Bay Bucks
Tierney, Robert Thomas Japanese 2005 Associate Professor, University of Illinois
Trumbull, Randolph Chinese 1989
Vallor, Molly Ann Japanese 2013 Assistant Professor, Kobe University
Wake, Hisaaki Japanese 2012 Visiting Assistant Professor, Bates College
Wallace, John Japanese 1991 Visiting Assistant Professor, UC Berkeley
Wang, Qing Ping Chinese 1998
Yoda, Tomiko Japanese 1996 Takashima Professor of Japanese Humanities, Harvard University
Yue, Ming-Bao Monika Chinese 1991 Associate professor, University of Hawaii
Zhan, Fangqiong Chinese 2012 Assistant Professor, East China Normal Univ.
Zou, Ying Chinese 2010 Assistant Professor, Renmin University of China

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“Why am I glad to be a part of the EALC? That’s easy enough. The freedom (and resources) to pursue my own academic interests, professors equally attentive to the pursuit of knowledge and the practical exigencies of professional development, a supportive community of graduate students who continue to teach me new things on a daily basis, and opportunities to engage with contemporary authors and scholars hailing from all over the globe. If you have never thought that, say, Japanese linked verse from the 15th century or the popular literature of the early Showa Period could be exciting, I would ask you first to visit our doors.”

  Kevin Singleton, graduate student
East Asian Languages and Cultures