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Name : Bo-suk Yoon
Position : Professor
Department : Philosophy
Phone : 02-3277-2238
Office : Humanities Rm. 417
E-mail : bosuk@ewha.ac.kr
PhD : Ph.D from Indiana University
Major Research : The Computer and the Mind, Directivity of Perceptional Experience.
Research Interests : Philosophical implications of perceptional science
 
Name : Hee-sung Chung
Position : Professor
Department : Christian Studies
Phone : 02-3277-3569
Office : Humanites Rm. 309
E-mail : hschung@ewha.ac.kr
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Major Research : .
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Name : Joon-suh Lee
Position : Professor
Department : German Language and Literature
Phone : 02-3277-2194
Office : Humanities Rm. 614
E-mail : wiedas@ewha.ac.kr
PhD : Ph.D from Free University of Berlin (Germany)
Major Research : German Unification Films as Unification Process after the Unification, Jochen Schmidt: Pina Bausch? Dancing against Fear (co-translation), “Media Transfer: Dream – Image – Text- Drama”
Research Interests : German drama and film theory, Media aesthetics
 
Name : Jung-hwa Oh
Position : Professor
Department : English Language and Literature
Phone : 02-3277-2163, 6753
Office : Humanites Rm. 415
E-mail : jhoh@ewha.ac.kr
PhD : Ph.D from Cornell University (USA)
Major Research : “The Mother-Daughter Relationship and Empowerment in the Writing of Korean-American Women,” "The Unreliable Narrator and Christian Values in Wuthering Heights," Teaching Jane Eyre as the Key Text for 'Women and Literature' Classes
Research Interests : Feminist criticism, British and American female writers, Korean-American literature
 
Name : Ki-Jeong Song
Position : Director of EIH
Department : French Language and Literature
Phone : 02-3277-2183
Office : Humanities Rm. 624
E-mail : song@ewha.ac.kr
PhD : Ph.D Paris from universite Paris-III (France)
Major Research : (co-author) Mythological Imagination and Culture, From Literature to Film -Focusing on Balzac's [Le Chef d"Oeuvre Inconnu] and Rivette's [La Belle Noiseuse], Studies of Alchemistic Themes in the Philosophical Novels of Balzac.
Research Interests : Films, Literature, Images, Women, Gender
 

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