Academic Staff

Name Rank Research Area Contact Info.
Jette HANSEN EDWARDS Professor
Second language phonology, World Englishes (Asian Englishes), impact of mass media on English language learning and use, language variation, peer response in second language writing.
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3943 7023
Full Time Teaching Staff
Evelyn CHAN Associate Professor Virginia Woolf; Joseph Conrad; modernism; literature and the professions; literature and education 3943 7017
Wilkinson Daniel Wong GONZALES Assistant Professor sociolinguistics, language variation and change, multilingualism and language contact, world Englishes, corpus linguistics, language documentation, quantitative approaches, analysis of Computer-mediated Communication (CMC) and social media, experimental and computational approaches 3943 7109
Grant HAMILTON Associate Professor Twentieth-century world literature, postcolonial literatures, African literatures in English, literary theory, computational literary studies 3943 7445
(Sabbatical leave)
Professor Postcolonial literature, autobiography, literary and cultural theory, popular culture

3943 7993
Haerim HWANG Assistant Professor Language Acquisition, Natural Language Processing, Psycholinguistics 3943 7020
Jookyoung JUNG Assistant Professor Second language acquisition (SLA), task-based language teaching (TBLT), second language reading and writing, eye-tracking technology and the role of individual differences. 3943 5719
Carmen LEE
(Sabbatical leave)
Associate Professor Sociolinguistics, language on the internet, multilingualism, literacy studies, qualitative research methods 3943 7994
Joanna MANSBRIDGE Associate Professor Drama; Performance Studies; Film and Visual Culture; Intermediality; Environmental Humanities 3943 7024
Collier NOGUES Assistant Professor Creative writing; 20th and 21st-century poetry in English; interactive and digital literatures; transpacific literatures; ecopoetics and documentary poetics; decolonization and demilitarization activism; archive studies 3943 7018
LI Ou       Associate Professor Romanticism, especially poetry; poetics and poetic tradition; cultural/literary relations between China and the West 3943 7003
Prem PHYAK Assistant Professor Language policy, language ideology, sociolinguistics of multilingualism, translanguaging, language education (identity/affect/motivation), indigenous/minority language education, teacher education (agency, identity and well-being), social justice and transformative practices, decoloniality 3943 7174
Eli Park SORENSEN Associate Professor Postcolonialism, comparative literature, cultural studies, twentieth-century fiction, philosophy and literature, literary theory 3943 8550
Tongle SUN Assistant Professor Language, culture, and identity; language socialization; study abroad; language learning motivation; intercultural communication; internationalization/interculturalization; digital literacies; English for specific purposes 3943 7462
Eddie TAY
(Sabbatical leave)
Associate Professor Creative writing; autoethnography; street photography; Singaporean and Malaysian literature; postcolonial literature 3943 7061
Suzanne WONG Senior Lecturer Grammatical voice, pedagogical grammar, contrastive linguistics, short stories, creative writing 3943 7011
Adjunct Professors
Vijay K. BHATIA Adjunct Professor Critical genre analysis of academic and professional discourses in legal, business, promotional, and in new media contexts; ESP and professional communication; simplification and easification of legal and other public documents.  
Yuet May CHING Adjunct Associate Professor Modernist poetry and fiction, Romantic poetry, gender and literature, and Hong Kong literature  
Jason GLECKMAN Adjunct Associate Professor Shakespeare, 16th-, 17th-, and 18th-century literature, English composition.  
Tony T.N. HUNG Adjunct Professor World Englishes, phonology, syntax-phonology interaction, interlanguage analysis, second language teaching.  
Michael Anthony INGHAM Adjunct Associate Professor Drama & Theatre Studies - Shakespeare Studies, Adaptation and Intermediality, Documentary Cinema Studies, Literary Linguistics, Hong Kong Literature in English, Comparative Literature/ Linguistics, Experiential learning through cultural activities, Drama translation, Speech and Drama pedagogy  
Emeritus Professors
Jane JACKSON Emeritus Professor Language and intercultural communication; internationalization and education abroad; language, culture and identity; intercultural/cross-cultural pragmatics; language policies; ethnography; qualitative & mixed-method research; reticence and anxiety; cultures of learning; case-based teaching and learning; English for specific/business purposes