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Upcoming Events

Preparing for USF's Fall Meet-The-Firms Event

9/2/2014, 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM

McLaren Conference Center 252

DiversityTalks: SF District Attorney George Gascón

9/16/2014, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

McLaren Conference Center Complex

Data Visualization Speaker Series

10/23/2014, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

McLaren Conference Center 250

McLaren FARE

10/28/2014, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Malloy Hall 104 - Madonna Lounge

McLaren FARE

10/29/2014, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Malloy Hall 104 - Madonna Lounge

Tel:
wlchang@usfca.edu

Wenchi Chang

Adjunct Professor

Wenchi Chang has an M.A. in Chinese and a B.A. in Chinese Literature.  She has taught at UC Berkeley, UC Santa Cruz, Monterey Institute of International Studies, UC Davis and National Taiwan Normal University.  She holds two Certificates of Training Program for teachers of Chinese as a foreign language.  She teaches elementary to advanced Chinese language and Chinese literature. 

Tel:(415) 422-2215
zli2@usfca.edu

Zhiqiang Li

Department Chair, Associate Professor

Associate Professor, received his Ph.D. in Linguistics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is the coordinator of the Chinese language program in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages. His research interests include phonetics, phonology and
 Chinese linguistics.

Tel:
wliu29@usfca.edu

Wan Liu

Adjunct Professor

Wan Liu received a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from Princeton University.  She specializes in Chinese poetry, literary culture of the Tang and Song periods, gender and women. Among her favorite subjects of teaching are also the relations among painting, calligraphy, and poetry.

Tel:(415) 422-6080
roddys@usfca.edu

Stephen Roddy

Associate Professor

Associate Professor of Modern and Classical Languages, received his Ph.D. in East Asian Studies from Princeton University, and specializes in the fiction and other prose genres of 18th and 19th century China and Japan.

Tel:415 422 2918
jhtsao@usfca.edu

Josephine Tsao

Adjunct Professor

Adjunct Professor, has an M.A. in Chinese from San Francisco State University, and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She also teaches Chinese at San Francisco State University and the City College of San Francisco.

Tel:
wyang16@usfca.edu

Wei Yang

Assistant Professor

 Wei Yang received her Ph.D. in East Asian Languages and Literature from Yale University. She teaches and researches broadly in Chinese cinema in a global context, with special interests in film genre, spatiality, transnational practice, and the intersection between China and Hollywood. She is currently completing a book manuscript on film space in contemporary Chinese cinema.