Faculty


Wei Yang Menkus

Program Coordinator

Wei Yang Menkus received her PhD in East Asian Languages and Literature from Yale University. She teaches and researches broadly in Chinese cinema in...

Education:

PhD, East Asian Languages and Literature, Yale University

Courses:

Literature of East Asia, First Semester Chinese, Second Semester Chinese, FYS: First-Year Seminar, Chinese Literature in Translation

Wenchi Chang

Adjunct Professor
(415) 422-5213

Wenchi Chang has an MA in Chinese and a BA in Chinese Literature. She also holds two Certificates of Training Program for teachers of Chinese as a...

Courses:

Directed Reading & Research, Directed Study, First Semester Chinese, Second Semester Chinese, Third Semester Chinese, Fourth Semester Chinese, Reading and Conversation I, Dir Reading & Research

Zhiqiang Li

Professor
(415) 422-2215

Professor Li received his PhD in Linguistics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is the coordinator of the Chinese language program in the...

Education:

PhD, Linguistics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Courses:

First Semester Chinese, Second Semester Chinese, Third Semester Chinese, Reading and Conversation I, Introduction to Chinese Linguistics, Traditional Chinese Culture, Intro to Lang & Ling Theory

Wan Liu

Adjunct Professor
(415) 422-5213

Wan Liu received a PhD in Comparative Literature from Princeton University. She specializes in Chinese poetry, literary culture of the Tang and Song...

Education:

PhD, Comparative Literature, Princeton University

Courses:

Chinese Literature in Translation, Chinese Poetry in Translation

Stephen Roddy

Professor
(415) 422-6080

Stephen Roddy is a professor of Modern and Classical Languages, received his PhD in East Asian Studies from Princeton University, and specializes in...

Education:

PhD, Princeton University

Courses:

Directed Reading & Research, FYS: First-Year Seminar, Chinese/Old Gold Mountain, Chinese Literature in Translation, Dir Reading & Research, FYS: First-Year Seminar, Japanese Literature in Translation, Naturalism in Japanese Literature, Dir Reading & Research, St Ignatius Institute Symposium

Josephine Tsao

Adjunct Professor
(415) 422-5213

Josephine Tsao has an MA in Chinese from San Francisco State University, and an MA and PhD in Journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia....

Courses:

First Semester Chinese, Second Semester Chinese, Third Semester Chinese, Fourth Semester Chinese

Contact Info

Department of Modern and Classical Languages

Office for: American Sign Language, Chinese, Filipino, and Japanese

Kalmanovitz Hall 333 (415) 422-5213