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Foreign Languages and Literature    [Course Catalog of this Semester]
Goal   
  • To enable students to improve their knowledge and theory in the fields of foreign literatures, cultures and linguistics
  • To cultivate talented people specializing in teaching and research in the disciplines of foreign literatures and linguistics
  • To enable students to develop their capabilities for research and academic writing
  • To enable students to cultivate their capabilities for independent integration and creativie thinking and develop their professionalism and unique research perspectives
  • Principle Literacy and Competence   
    [Principle Literacy]
  • To cultivate their spirit of humanity and increase their knowledge of western literatures and cultures.
  • To think independently, analyze critically, reflect and sympathy
  • To demonstrate their professionalism, broaden their international perspectives and interdisciplinary studies
  • [Competence]
  • Ability to provide social concern with a spirit of humanity
  • Ability to collect and analyze literature data with various theoretical foundations
  • Ability to work on academic papers and critical writing
  • Ability to read and analyze works or academic papers on foreign literatures, languages and cultures
  • Ability to conduct interdisciplinary studies from international perspectives
  • Abilities to think independently, to perform a teamwork, to conduct creative research and analysis, and to solve problems.
  • Course Classification
    Course Classification Course Name
    A. Literature-Before Romanticism
    [FLL7121E]SEMINAR ON THE MEDIEVAL APOCALYPTIC IMAGINATION: VISIONS OF HEAVEN AND HELL, [FLL7121E]SEMINAR ON MIDDLE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, [FLL7121E]SEMINAR IN MEDIEVAL ENGLISH LITERATURE STUDIES, [FLL7121E]SEMINAR IN EPIC AND EPIC TRADITION, [FLL7121E]SPENSER: THE FAERIE QUEENE AND OTHER POEMS, [FLL7121E]SEMINAR IN CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE, [FLL7121E]SEMINAR IN MILTON, [FLL7121E]SEMINAR IN SHAKESPEARE, [FLL7121E]CHAUCER, [FLL7121E]CONTEMPORARY VAMPIRE NARRATIVES
    B. Literature-Since Romanticism
    [FLL6121E]19TH-CENTURY BRITISH NOVELS, [FLL6121E]NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITISH WRITER(S): GEORGE ELIOT, [FLL7121E]LITERARY LONDON, [FLL7121E]EARLY BRITISH GOTHIC FICTION: FROM 1764 TO 1820, [FLL7121E]CONTEMPORARY BRITISH FICTION, [FLL7121E]SEMINAR IN VICTORIAN LITERATURE, [FLL7121E]SEMINAR IN VICTORIAN LITERATURE
    C. Literature-American Literature
    [FLL7221E]AMERICAN NOVEL TO 1900, [FLL7221E]AMERICAN WOMEN WRITERS BEFORE THE NINETEENTH CENTURY, [FLL7221E]NINETEENTH-CENTURY AMERICAN WOMEN WRITERS, [FLL7221E]INTRODUCTION TO THE 20TH CENTURY AMERICAN POETRY, [FLL7221E]COMEDY & HUMOR IN AMERICAN MASS MEDIA, [FLL7221E]CLASSIC AMERICAN LITERATURE, [FLL7221E]CONTEMPORARY ASIAN AMERICAN WOMEN WRITERS, [FLL7221E]CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN AMERICAN NOVEL, [FLL7421E]MINORITY AMERICAN LITERATURE
    D. Literature-Literary Theory
    [FLL6311E]LITERARY CRITICISM, [FLL6321E]RUSSIAN LITERARY CRITICISM 1820S-1920S, [FLL7321E]FEMINIST LITERARY THEORIES, [FLL7321E]CULTURAL STUDIES (INTRODUCTION &THEORY), [FLL7321E]SEMINAR ON LITERARY THEORYGLEVINAS, [FLL7321E]SEMINAR IN LITERARY THEORY:FOUCAULT, [FLL7321E]SEMINAR IN LITERARY THEORY: NEW MATERIALISM, [FLL7321E]SEMINAR ON DELEUZE, [FLL7321E]SEMINAR ON BIO-POLITICS, [FLL7321E]ECOCRITICISM AND AMERICAN PASTORAL WRITING, [FLL7321E]LACAN AND LITERATURE, [FLL7321E]SEMINAR ON POSTCOLONIAL BRITISH FICTION, [FLL7321E]SEMINAR ON POSTCOLONIAL LITERARY STUDIESGHOMI BHABHA AND DELEUZE, [FLL7321E]THIRD WAVE FEMINISM, [FLL7321E]DERRIDA:TEXT, POLITICS AND ETHICS, [FLL7321E]DELEUZE AND/0N LITERATURE, [FLL7421E]FEMINISMS:LITERARY WORKS AND CRITICISM, [FLL7421E]PSYCHOANALYSIS AND LITERATURE
    E. Literature-Others
    [FLL]MODERN DRAMA IN MODERN LITERARY MOVEMENTS(1), [FLL]MODERN DRAMA IN MODERN LITERARY MOVEMENTS(2), [FLL6121]WORKSHOP FOR THE ADVANCED CHINESE-ENGLISH TRANSLATION, [FLL6421E]SELECTIVE READINGS IN RUSSIAN LITERATURE, [FLL6511E]RESEARCH METHODS AND THESIS WRITING IN LITERATURE, [FLL6511E]RESEARCH METHODS AND THESIS WRITING, [FLL7121E]ELIZABETHAN & JACOBEAN DRAMA, [FLL7121E]POSTMODERN BRITISH FICTION, [FLL7121E]SEMINAR IN ENGLISH ROMANTIC POETRY, [FLL7121E]SEMINAR IN MODERN NOVEL, [FLL7121E]MODERN BRITISH FICTION, [FLL7221E]ASIAN AMERICAN WOMENS LITERATURE AND CULTURE, [FLL7221E]POSTMODERN AMERICAN FICTION, [FLL7221E]MODERN AMERICAN FICTION, [FLL7321E]SEMINAR ON WOMEN'S AUTOBIOGRAPHIES, [FLL7321E]SEMINAR IN LITERATURE AND CULTURAL STUDIES, [FLL7321E]THIRD WAVE FEMINISM, [FLL7321E]TRANSNATIONAL FEMINISMS, [FLL7411E]SEMINAR, [FLL7421E]NARRATIVES OF BLACK ATLANTIC, [FLL7421E]FEMINIST LITERARY PEDAGOGY, [FLL7421E]SEMINAR ON WOMEN'S PERSONAL NARRATIVES, [FLL7421E]SEMINAR IN WORLD NOVEL, [FLL7421E]SEMINAR IN WORLD NOVEL, [FLL7421E]WORLD NOVEL IN ENGLISH, [FLL7421E]DOCUMENTARY LITERATURE, [FLL7421E]WESTERN MYTHOLOGY, [FLL7421E]THE EVOLUTION OF FREUD'S THOUGHT, [FLL7421E]GENDER STUDIES, [FLL7421E]POST 9/11 FICTION, [FLL7421E]SEMINAR ON AFFECT STUDIES, [FLL7421E]IMMIGRANT LITERATURE, [FLL7421E]TRAUMA NARRATIVES, [FLL7421E]STUDIES IN SHORT FICTION, [FLL7421E]SEMINAR IN CONTEMPORARY NOVEL, [FLL7421E]CONTEMPORARY ANGLOPHONE LITERATURE AND HUMAN RIGHTS DISCOURSES, [FLL7421E]DIASPORA NARRATIVES
    F. Linguistics-Linguistics
    [FLL6521E]SYNTAX, [FLL6521E]SEMINAR ON SYNTAX, [FLL6521E]PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY, [FLL6521E]PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY, [FLL6521E]SEMINAR ON PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY, [FLL6521E]SEMANTICS, [FLL6621E]SEMINAR ON PRAGMATICS, [FLL7521E]TOPICS IN PHONOLOGY: OPTIMALITY THEORY, [FLL7521E]THE CONTEMPORARY THEORY ON ENGLISH SYNTAX : THE SYNTAX OF COPULAR STRUCTURES, [FLL7521E]SEMINAR ON GRAMMATICALIZATION, [FLL7521E]SEMINARS ON SYNTAX: THE COMPARATIVE SYNTAX BETWEEN ENGLISH AND CHINESE, [FLL7521E]HISTORICAL LINGUISTICS, [FLL7602E]TOPICS IN PHONOLOGY : PHENOMENA AND PRE-OT THEORIES, [FLL7621E]TOPICS IN PSYCHOLINGUISTICS, [FLL7621E]COMPARATIVE LINGUISTICS: THEORY AND PRACTICE, [FLL7621E]COMPARATIVE LINGUISTICS & CULTURE STUDY, [FLL7621E]LEXICAL SEMANTICS, [FLL7621E]ARTICULATION AND PHONOLOGICAL DISORDERS
    G. Linguistics-Applied Linguistics
    [FLL6521E]PRAGMATICS, [FLL6621E]DISCOURSE ANALYSIS & ITS APPLICATION, [FLL6621E]LANGUAGE ACQUISITION, [FLL6721E]SPECIAL TOPICS IN LANGUAGE ACQUISITIONGPHONOLOGICAL PROCESSING ABILITIES & LANGUAGE LEARNING, [FLL7621E]PSYCHOLINGUISTICS, [FLL7621E]SEMINAR ON PSYCHOLINGUISTICS, [FLL7621E]EARLY CHILD LANGUAGE ACQUISITION, [FLL7621E]SEMINAR ON DISCOURSE ANALYSIS: INTERNET HEALTH COMMUNICATION, [FLL7621E]SEMINAR ON DISCOURSE ANALYSIS : MEDICAL DISCOURSE, [FLL7621E]TOPICS IN EARLY CHILD LANGUAGE ACQUISITION, [FLL7621E]LANGUAGE DISORDERS IN CHILDREN, [FLL7621E]SEMINAR ON LANGUAGE DISORDERS IN CHILDREN, [FLL7621E]SOCIOLINGUISTICS, [FLL7621E]MEMORY AND LANGUAGE, [FLL7621E]LEXICAL LINGUISTICS: LANGUAGE CHANGE AND LEXICON, [FLL7621E]DATA PROCESSING AND STATISTICAL ANALYSIS, [FLL7621E]CORPUS LINGUISTICS, [FLL7621E]COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS : AN EXPLORATION OF LEXICAL COGNITION, [FLL7621E]COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS : AN EXPLORATION OF LIFE-FORM EXPRESSIONS, [FLL7621E]COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS AND LIFE-FORM EXPRESSIONS, [FLL7621E]SPECIAL TOPICS IN APPLIED PSYCHOLINGUISTICS: LITERACY AND VOCABULARY ACQUISITION
    H. Linguistics-Language Teaching
    [FLL6721E]SECOND LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING: THEORIES AND METHODS, [FLL6721E]SEMINAR ON SECOND LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT, [FLL6721E]SEMINAR ON LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT, [FLL7721E]WRITING IN A SECOND/FOREIGN LANGUAGE : THEORY AND PRACTICE, [FLL7721E]ESL/EFL READING: THEORY AND PRACTICE, [FLL7721E]GLOBAL ENGLISHES, [FLL7721E]SEMINAR IN ESL/EFL WRITING: TEACHER AND PEER RESPONSE, [FLL7721E]TESOL SEMINAR : CURRENT RESEARCH TOPICS, [FLL7721E]SELECTED TOPICS IN TESOL, [FLL7721E]ESP TEACHING AND LEARNING, [FLL7721E]USING MULTIMEDIA AND THE INTERNET IN ENGLISH TEACHING, [FLL7721E]USING MULTIMEDIA AND THE INTERNET IN LANGUAGE TEACHING, [FLL7721E]COMPUTER-MEDIATED COMMUNICATION: WRITTEN, ORAL, AND VISUAL MEDIA, [FLL7721E]COMPUTER-ASSISTED LANGUAGE LEARNING:THEORY,DESIGN,AND EVALUATION, [FLL7721E]CRITICAL REVIEW OF E-LEARNING LITERATURE, [FLL7721E]READING INSTRUCTION : CHILDRENS READING DEVELOPMENTS OF L1 & L2, [FLL7721E]CODE-SWITCHING OF BILINGUAL CHILDREN
    I. Linguistics-Others
    [FLL6511E]RESERCH METHODOLOGY:LINGUISTICS, [FLL7411E]SEMINAR, [FLL7521E]QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH: EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN AND STATISTICAL ANALYSES
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