Faculty Spotlight

Chaves Book

JONATHAN CHAVES, professor of Chinese, is a major contributor to the newly published exhibition catalogue-book, 17th Century Chinese Paintings from the Tsao Family Collection, ed. Stephen Little, Munich, London, New York:  DelMonico Books/Prestel and The Los Angeles Country Museum of Art, 2016:

 

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Recent Faculty Books

North Korean literatureImmanuel Kim
Rewriting Revolution
(University of Hawai'i Press 2018)

Chinese toneHang Zhang
Second Language Acquisition of Mandarin Chinese Tones
(Brill 2018)

cave of the immortalsJonathan Chaves
Cave of the Immortals
(Floating World Editions 2017)

Shoko Hamano
日本語とオノマトペ:音象徴と構造
(Kurosio 2014)

Hongyuan Dong
A History of the Chinese Language
(Routledge 2014)

Phyllis Zhang
Developing Chinese Fluency: An Introductory Course
(Cengage 2014)

Liana Chen
從案頭到氍毹:《牡丹亭》明清文人之詮釋改編與舞臺藝術之遞進
(臺大出版中心2013)

Jonathan Chaves
Every Rock a Universe: the Yellow Mountains and Chinese Travel Writing (Floating
World Editions 2013)

Takae Tsujioka;
Shoko Hamano
Intermediate Japanese: A Grammar and Workbook
(Routledge 2012)

Shoko Hamano;
Takae Tsujioka
Basic Japanese: A Grammar and Workbook
(Routledge 2010)

Phyllis Zhang
Developing Chinese Fluency
(Cengage 2010)
Young-Key Kim-Renaud
Korean: An Essential Grammar
(Routledge 2009)