December 8, 2019

Lee Presents at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association

Janie Lee, Associate Professor of Linguistics.

Janie Lee, Associate Professor of Linguistics

Janie Lee, Associate Professor of Linguistics, presented her research at the 2019 meeting of the American Anthropological Association and the Canadian Anthropology Society in Vancouver. Her paper was “Migrants as Language Experts and Subtitles as Listening Subject in South Korean Television” and was part of the panel “Redefining the Language Professional: Shifting Duties and Changing Institutional Climates.” The paper investigated the way Korean ethnonationalism was enabled in entertainment media through the use of unconventional subtitling practices for migrant speech.

UMW Senior Does Groundbreaking Autism and Gender Research

Ren Koloni wants to make academia a more welcoming place for people like them. And at the University of Mary Washington, Koloni found space where they could do just that. Koloni, who identifies as transgender and nonbinary – neither male nor female – and uses they/them pronouns, is autistic and has multiple disabilities. UMW appealed […]

Lee Presents Paper at Anthropology Conference

Janie Lee, Associate Professor of Linguistics.

Janie Lee, Associate Professor of Linguistics.

Janie Lee, Associate Professor of Linguistics, presented a paper ‘Isn’t He Really Korean Once the Mask Comes Off?: Circulation of Raciolinguistic Ideologies in South Korean Television’ at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association in Washington, D.C. (November 29 – December 3, 2017). Her paper was part of a panel on language, race, and digital media.

Lee Presents at International Conference

Janie Lee, Assistant Professor of Linguistics in the Department of English, Linguistics, and Communication, presented the paper titled “Ideologies of Korean Competence and Gendered Citizenship in South Korean Television” at the 9th International Gender and Language Association Conference, which was held in the City University of Hong Kong on May 19-21.

Janie Lee Presents at Conference

Janie Lee, assistant professor in English, linguistics, and communication, presented the paper “Regulations of U.S. Citizenship through Embodied Forms of State Authority and Heteroglossic Discourses in Citizenship Education” at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association in Chicago.

Janie Lee Receives an Emerging Diversity Scholar Citation

Janie Lee, Assistant Professor of Linguistics, recently received an Emerging Diversity Scholar citation from the University of Michigan’s National Center for Institutional Diversity. This citation is awarded to early career scholars with outstanding potential to contribute to diversity-related research, practice, and/or teaching. As an NCID Emerging Diversity Scholar, Lee’s work will be promoted through the NCID website.