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Chan Kil Park

 

Professor of English Literature

Ewha Womans University

Department of English Language and Literature

52 Ewhayeodae-gil  Seodaemun-gu 

Seoul 120-750, Korea

+82-2-3277-2160

ckpark@ewha.ac.kr

ckpark2160@gmail.com

 

EDUCATION

 

• University of Glasgow, UK,  PhD (English Poetry)   1993 

• Seoul National University, Republic of Korea, MA (English Poetry) 1986 

 Seoul National University, Republic of Korea, BA (English Literature) 1984 

 

EMPLOYMENT 

 

Ewha Womans University (1994-Present)

 

• Professor of English Literature                   2005.9.1-Present      

• Associate Professor of English Literature     2000.9.1-2005.8.31    

• Assistant Professor of English Literature      1994.9.1-2000.8.31    


ADMINISTRATION


• Vice President for Global Affairs                                    2010-2012                 

• BK21 Project Director, English Department                  2006-2009                 

• Director, English Program Office                                  2003-2005                 

• Associate Dean, GSTI(Graduate School for Translation)    1997-1999                 

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS


• William Wordsworth

• British Romantic Poetry

• Digital Humanities

• Humanities as an Academic Discipline

• Higher Education Policy

• The Politics of Language

 

BOOKS

 

• National Support Schemes for the Humanities: Germany and USA(National Research Council for Economics, Humanities, and Social Sciences, 2012)

 

 

 

        

 

 

• Poet and Revolution(2005, 2011) 

 

 

 

• The Humanities in the Digital Age(coauthored, 2000)

 

          

 

PUBLISHED ARTICLES

 

Wordsworth and Romanticism

• A Reading of "The Ruined Cottage"(Ewha Journal of Korean Culture Studies, 1995)

• Wordsworth's Radical Politics, A Reconsideration (In/Out 1, 1996)

• Wordsworth's Godwinism (ELLAK 43-2, 1997)

• Romanticism and Utopia (In/Out 6, 1999)

• "An Evening Walk" and the Politics of the Picturesque (Journal of the 19th c Literature in English 2, 1999)

• Modern Autobiography and Poetic Confession (In/Out 11, 2001)

• Poetic Tradition and Diction Experiment (Journal of English Studies in Korea 4, 2003)

• Romantic Autobiography and Modern Self (A Chapter in English Studies in the Globalizing Age, 2004)

• Romanticism and Empire (In/Out 16, 2004)

• Wordsworth and the French Revolution (Journal of English Studies in Korea 8, 2005)

• Romantic Elegy and the Politics of Lamentation (Journal of the 19th c Literature in English 18-1, 2014) 

"More Tranquil Sympathies" of The Ruined Cottage: An Argument for a Stoic Elegy(In/Out 44, 2018)

 

Digital Humanities

 



• A Conceptual Model of Multi-layered Electronic Text (Journal of English Studies in Korea 21, 2011)

• Networking the English Departments in Asia (Ewha Journal of English and American Studies, 2007) 

• Humanities Computing and Literary Studies (Journal of English Studies in Korea 12, 2007)

• A Case Study of a Web-based Culture Class by HCRG (Journal of English Studies Education 9-1, 2005)

• The Humanities in Information Age (Journal of Semiotic Studies 7, 2000)

• Reading Poetry in Information Age (Journal of the 19th c Literature in English 3, 2000)

 

Humanities as an Academic Discipline

 

• The Humanities in the Age of Neo-liberalism (In/Out 26, 2009) 

• Evaluation in the Humanities (In/Out 37, 2014)

• The Humanities in the Network Society (Forum for the Humanities 11, 2011)

• The Making of "English" in the 19th-Century Britain (In/Out 22, 2007) 

 Convergence, A Survival Package for the Humanities? (In/Out 41, 2016) 


The Politics of English 

• On Study Abroad Program and English Proficiency (Social Criticism, 1997)

• A Few Principles on English Teaching (Criticism 20, 2008)

• On the New Policy of English Teaching in the Public Education(Interview with News Maker Feb 26 2008)

Presentations

 

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Networking the English Departments in Asia(International Conference "Provincializing English" at Ewha English Department, Keynote Speech, Nov 2, 2007)

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A Multi-layered Electronic Text of Wordsworth's The Ruined Cottage (2008)

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Web-based Academic Networking in Asia: an example of EPASIA(United Board Digital Humanities Conference, May 21, 2009)

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The University under Siege(International Conference "Global Humanities, Globally Re-Visioned," held at Luxembourg, July 23, 2011)

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  English Studies in Asia, Does it Make Sense? (An invited talk at the University of Hong Kong on Feb.25, 2016) 

 "A Power to Virtue Friendly": What Mill learnt from Wordsworth(The Plenary Speech at the international conference "Re-locating the local in an age of global capital" on Nov.18, 2017)

 "Cosmopolitan Patriotism Wordsworth's Concerning The Convention of Cintra"(One of the Keynote Speeches given at the international conference "Borders and Borderlands in the Age of Globalization" hosted by University of South Carolina on March 30, 2019)

 

Columns in Magazines & Newspapers

 

Another Royal Blessing( Ewha Voice, April 26, 1999)

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