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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)

• Modem 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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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)

 

Columns in Magazines & Newspapers

 

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