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Chinese Studies

College of Liberal Arts

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Department Chair: John N. Tsuchida
Vice Chair: Hsin-sheng C. Kao

Department Office: Faculty Offices FO3-340
Telephone: (562) 985-4645
FAX: (562) 985-1535
Center: Center for Asian Pacific American Studies
Website: Asian Languages

Faculty: Masako O. Douglas, Linda N. España-Maram, Feng-Ying Ming, Hiroko Kataoka, Hsin-sheng C. Kao, Barbara W. Kim, Yoko Pusavat (Emeritus), Dean S. Toji, John N. Tsuchida, Tianwei Xie

Advisors: Graduate: Linda N. España-Maram

Undergraduate: Dean S. Toji (Asian American Studies)
Hsin-sheng C. Kao (Asian Studies and Chinese Studies
Hiroko Kataoka (Japanese)

Associate Faculty: Christine Bhat (Educational Psychology, Administration and Counseling), Jeffrey Broughton (Religious Studies), Kendall Brown (Art History), Pamela Bunte (Anthropology), Chi-Ah Chun (Psychology), Vincent Del Casino (Geography), Frank Gossette (Geography), Lisa Grobar (Economics), Sarath Gunatilake (Health Science), Jack W. Hou (Economics), Tomotaka Ishimine (Economics), Jyotsna Pattnaik (Teacher Education), Xiaoping Liang (Linguistics), William Mulligan (Journalism), Kim Oanh Nguyen-Lam (CLMER), Karen Quintiliani (Anthropology), George Scott (Anthropology), Sharon Sievers (History), Paul Tang (Philosophy), Teresa Wright (Political Science), Oliver Wang (Sociology), R. Scott Wilson (Anthropology), and Teri Yamada (Comparative World Literature and Classics).
Administrative Support Coordinator: Chad Tsuyuki

Students desiring information should contact department office for referral to one of the faculty advisors.

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