Chinese classics, Aesthetics, Chinese classical literature, Humanity, Mind, Life, Language Teaching, Teaching Methods
Dr. ChangGyo Ryu is an Assistant Professor of Modern and Classical languages. She holds a Ph.D. in Chinese language and literature from Seoul National University. Before joining us, she taught at several universities, including Seoul National University and Yonsei University. Dr. Ryu teaches 100- and 200- level Chinese courses at George Mason University, Korea.
She researched at the University of Wisconsin in Madison and published Studies of Chinese Literature in the U.S.A. She was a visiting scholar at the Chinese Academy of Social Science(Beijing, China), actively participated in various academic activities, and published papers in famous Chinese journals.
Her works appeared in numerous academic publications. She received the Excellent Articles Award by The Society for Chinese Language & Literature in Seoul, Korea, in 2007. She also authored several books, including The Completed Poems of the Tang Dynasty Poetess Yu Xuanji and The Completed Poems of the Tang Dynasty Courtesan Xue Tao. In particular, her Wang Guowei, A Critical Biography was selected as an excellent academic book by the NAS(The National Academy of Sciences) in 2007.
She is passionate about teaching and learning in higher education. She loves her students and teaching. Recently she took the Pivotal Pedagogy session and earned the beautiful badge.
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"A Writing record of the Biography of Wang Guo-wei(王國維)", Journal of Chinese Language and Literature (Published by Chinese Literary Society of Yeong Nam, vol.46(Dec. 2005):407-426.
"The Keyword for Reading Chinese People-Extemporaneous Chinese by Pang Cholho" Journal on the Chinese Literary Theories (Published by Korean Association on the Chinese Literary Theories.) vol. 3(Dec.2003):275-287.
“Wang Guowei's ‘Comments on The Dream of Red Mansions’， Translated with Commentary”, Materials and News (The Korean Society of Modern Chinese Literature, Seoul, Korea.) vol. 4 (June.1994):63-87.
CHIN 101 Elementary Chinese I
CHIN 102 Elementary Chinese II
CHIN 201 Intermediate Chinese I
CHIN 202 Intermediate Chinese II
CHIN 110 Elementary Chinese
CHIN 210 Intermediate Chinese I
Ph.D. in Chinese language and literature, Seoul National University(Seoul, Korea)
M..A. in Chinese language and literature, Seoul National University(Seoul, Korea)
Panel Speaker, "The Age of Crisis, Will Convergence Save the Humanities: Convergence Is the Future vs. Text is the Answer.“, The Society for Chinese Language & Literature 50th anniversary conference, Seoul National University Hoam Faculty House, June 14. 2019.