Sessional Staff

 

 

Hyesun Ko

Contact

hyesun.ko@monash.edu

Qualifications

BA, MA in Japanese Language and Literature (Sungshin Women’s University), MA in Japanese Applied Linguistics (Waseda University), MA in Applied Linguistics (Monash University), Ph.D Candidate (Monash University),

Teaching

I have been a teacher of Japanese and Korean as a foreign language since 1999 in universities, secondary schools, and different educational institutes, as well as in the business sector in Australia, Japan and Korea. I am currently studying for a Ph.D at Monash University, Australia. I am very much interested in conversation analysis, language and social interaction and second/foreign language learning and teaching. I have been working at Monash University since July 2014.

 

Teaches:

Korean Intermediate 1

Korean Intermediate 2

Korean Proficient 1

Korean Proficient 2

Japanese Intermediate 1

Japanese Intermediate 2

 

 

 

Adam Zulawnik

Contact

adam.zulawnik@monash.edu

Adam graduated from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, where he completed a double BA in Japanese and Korean Studies. In 2012, Adam completed combined Honours (First Class) in Japanese and Korean Studies at Monash University, Australia. His Honours thesis, Hate Translation Wave: Translation of Controversial Texts for Scholarly Purposes was awarded a Monash – Warwick University writing prize. Granted an Australian Postgraduate Award in 2013, Adam is currently a final year PhD (Translation Studies) candidate at Monash University where he is continuing research focusing on risk and ethics in the translation of ‘controversial’ texts. His book chapter ‘Ken-Honyaku-ryū: Issues in the Translation of Controversial Texts Focusing on the Manga Comics Hate Korean Wave and Hate Japanese Wave’ was published in Manga Vision (Pasfield-Neofitou & Sell Eds., 2016). Adam has also written an article in Korean for Korean Human Rights News (2016) titled ‘Uri’. Adam has a wide range of research interests including translation theory and pragmatics, Asian History, Japan-Korean relations, writing systems, and language. He is a teaching associate at Monash involved in a number of subjects including Korean 1 & 2 and Translation Studies

 

Teaches:

Korean Introductory 1

Korean Introductory 2

Translation Studies

 

 

Jaekyung Roh

 

Contact

jae.roh@monash.edu

BA Political Science & Diplomacy and Business Administration (Sookmyung Women’s University), MA TESOL (University of New South Wales)

 

I have been teaching Korean introductory 1 and 2 at Monash University since 2013 and achieved an excellent teaching evaluation for 2014 and 2015. I also taught English and Korean language for 8 years in Korea.

 

My interest area is teaching methods of Korean language for foreign students at introductory level and participated in developing Korean teaching materials. I am also particularly interested in multiculturalism of Korean society in Korea.   

 

 

Teaches:

Korean Introductory 1

Korean Introductory 2

 

Member of Australian Association of Teachers of Korean (2016-)

 

Suk Hyun Lee

Contact

suk.lee@monash.edu

BA (Hons) Japanese Language/Studies (Christchurch Polytechnic), MA (Merit) Japanese studies (University of Sydney), PGDP Teaching Korean as a Foreign language (Seoul National University)

 

I have been a teacher of Korean and Japanese as a foreign language since 2000 at Seoul National University (SNU), University of Maryland University College (UMUC), Australian Defence Force of School of Languages (DFSL) and Haileybury College. I am particularly interested in developing textbooks and teaching materials to help learners improve their understanding of Korean grammar structures.  I am also interested in the history of Korea-Japan relations; particularly, in the relations and understanding of cultural exchange, legacy and political contact.  I have been working at Monash University since February 2017.

 

Teaches:

Korean Introductory 1

Korean Introductory 2