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Asst. Prof. Dr. Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao
Division Chair
analizaliezl.amu@mahidol.ac.th
+66 (0) 2700-5000, Ext. 1504

Education

  • PhD in Multicultural Studies, Mahidol University, Thailand
  • Postgraduate Diploma in TESOL, SEAMEO Regional Language Center, Singapore
  • MA in ELLT, Ateneo de Manila University, The Philippines
  • AB-BSE in ELT and Minor in Speech and Drama, Philippine Normal University, The Philippines

Areas of Research Interest

  • ELT
  • Applied Linguistics
  • Multicultural Studies
  • Migration Studies
  • Linguistic Anthropology

Courses Taught

  • ICGC 102
  • ICGC 103
  • ICEG 463 Topics in Comparative Literature: Drama
  • ICIC 251 Contemporary Southeast Asia
  • ICIC 353 Comparative Literature and Civilization
  • Independent Project

Book chapter

  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (in press). Network of opportunity or network of inequality? In Education and Power in Contemporary Southeast Asia. Routledge.

Academic/ Research articles

  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (2020). Religion and its Role in the Filipino Educators’ Migratory Experience. Journal of Population and Social Studies, 28, 83-105.
  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao and Sirijit Sunanta. (2020). They Are ‘Asians Just Like Us’: Filipino Teachers, Colonial Aesthetics and English Language Education in Thailand. Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 35(1), 108-137.
  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (2020). Preliminary steps to developing “A Walking Cultural Tour of Thonburi, Wat Suwannaram Area”. Bangkok: CSR, Faculty of Medicine Siriraj hospital, Mahidol University.
  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (2019). Revisiting Thailand’s English language education landscape: A closer look at Thailand’s foreign teaching personnel demographics. International Journal of TESOL Studies, 1(1), 23-42.
  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (2016). The Narrative Methodology & Other Qualitative Approaches: Their Suitability in Migration Research. Mahidol University Interdisciplinary Studies Journal, 16(1), 338-367.
  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (2016). Examining Migrants’ Notions of “Home,” “Nation,” “Identity,” and “Belonging”. The iafor Journal of Psychology & the Behavioral Sciences, 2(2), 64 – 76.
  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (2015). Transnationalism and the Migrant’s Identity Formation Dynamics, Asian Studies International Journal, 1(1), 8-14.
  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (2014). The Value of Feedback and Conferencing in the Process Approach to Writing of Filipino and Thai Students in Higher Education: A Comparative Analysis.TESOL International Journal, 9(2). 
  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (2013). Challenges in the Transnational Reclamation of Rights within the Philippine Diaspora Context. EYE Magazine, IAFOR, Japan.
  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (March 2013). A Study on the Influence of CUlture on Foreign Educational Administrators’ Job Satisfaction in Higher Education in Thailand. EBSCO Host.
  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (2011). The Types and Nature of Questions vis-a-vis Students’ Test-taking Skills as Significant Indicators of Second Language Examinees’ Performance on the TOEFL-ITP Reading Comprehension Sub-Test. The International Journal of Research and Review, 6(2), 39 – 56.

Encyclopedia article

  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (2015). Diaspora. In Religion in Southeast Asia: An Encyclopedia of Faiths and Cultures. Athyal, J. (Ed.). USA: ABC-CLIO, Ltd

News articles

  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (18 March 2022). Will the Philippines’ future be pink? The Diplomat.  
  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (3 July 2021). Diversity and pro-Western aspirations in SE Asia schools. Asia Times.
  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (31 March 2020). COVID-19 panic turns on Philippine docs and nurses. Asia Times. 
  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (21 February 2020). Coronavirus and the plight of migrant workers. The Jakarta Post.
  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (4 February 2020). Racializing, politicizing the coronavirus outbreak. Asia Times.
  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (12 March 2018). Migrant workers: Quo vadis? The Jakarta Post.
  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (26 February 2018). Does Duterte really care about overseas workers? Asia Times.
  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (10 July 2016). OFWs as modern-day heroes: Seriously? Rappler.
  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (14 May 2016). How to check if online election-related information is reliable. Rappler.
  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (14 November 2014). Migrant workers: Undocumented, unprotected. Rappler.
  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (25 October 2012). The PH model for learning English. Rappler.
  • Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao. (18 August 2012). 5 lessons to learn from plagiarism at the Senate. Rappler.
Mrs. Agnieszka Atthasit
Vice Chair
agnieszka.att@mahidol.ac.th
+66 (0) 2700-5000, Ext. 1615

Education

  • M.A Teaching French as Foreign Language, Universite le Mirail, Toulouse, France
  • B.A Linguistics, Universite le Mirail, Toulouse, France

Areas of Research Interest

  • French language and litterature,self-directed learning, language portfolio, bilingualism

Courses Taught

  • ICML 121 Elementary French I, ICML 122 Elementary French II, ICML 123 Elementary French III, ICLF 211 Pre-intermediate French I, ICLF 212 Pre-intermediate French II, ICLF 213 Pre-intermediate French III

Publications List

  • Agnieszka Teresa Atthasit. (2020). Preliminary steps to developing “Pop-Up Adventure Play”. Bangkok: CSR, Faculty of Medicine Siriraj hospital, Mahidol University.
Dr.Anjana Warren
Program Director, ICIC Program
anjana.war@mahidol.ac.th
+66 (0) 2700-5000, Ext. 1738

Education

  • PhD, Diaspora/Immigrant Literature
  • Madras Christian College/University of Madras
  • MPhil , English Language and Literature
  • M.A , English Language and Literature, Madras Christian College.

Areas of Research Interest

  • Diaspora Studies, Diaspora literature, Women and migration, Postcolonial studies, Women and Gender studies, South Asian Studies, Culture, Legends and Folklore

Courses Taught

  • ICCM 105 English Communication 2
  • ICCM 106 English Communication 3
  • ICCU 301 Introduction to Woman and Gender
  • ICCU 321 Diasporic Literature
  • Publications List

Publications List

  • Anjana Sukumary. (2016). The Theme of Multiple Dislocation and Immigration as Treated in Diaspora Literature-Analyzing the Cases of Select South Asian -American Diaspora Writers. 12th International Conference on Humanities and Social Sciences: Socio-Cultural Geography. Khon Kaen: Thailand.
Ms. Puvisa Qiujuan
Program Director, Foreign Language Program
zhang.qiu@mahidol.ac.th
+66 (0) 2700-5000, Ext. 1607

Education

Master of Arts – Modern and Contemporary Chinese Literature, Hua Qiao University of China and Hua Qiao Chalermprakiat University of Thailand , 2008-2010
Bachelor of Arts – Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language, Beijing Language and Culture University, Beijing China, 1989 – 1993

Areas of Research Interest

Language Teaching, Literature, Cross-Cultural communication, Buddhist studies

Courses Taught

Pre-Intermediate Chinese
Intermediate Chinese
Elementary Chinese

Mr.Julien Hardy
Program Director, English Studies Program
julien.har@mahidol.ac.th
+66 (0) 2700-5000, Ext. 1723

Education

  • M.Res., History and Civilization Studies, University of Paris VIII
  • M.A., English Language, Literature and Civilization Studies, University of Metz
  • B.A., English Language, Literature and Civilization Studies, University of Metz

Areas of Research Interest

  • Indigenous Peoples, Government Policies and the Law in Australia
  • National Identity
  • Cultural Awareness
  • Language Origins and Evolution
  • The Age of Discovery

Courses Taught

  • ICGC103 Public Speaking
  • ICGC206 Literature into Film
  • ICIC258 Language: The Human Essence
  • ICIC351 Thinking the Other

Publications List

  • Julien Hardy. (2017). Student Leadership in the Thai Context. Mahidol University Interdisciplinary Studies Journal, 17(1), 451-471.
  • Julien Hardy and Alexander Nanni. (2016). The Internationalization of Higher Education. Mahidol University Interdisciplinary Studies Journal, 16(1), 103-117.
    Julien  Hardy and Alexander Nanni. (2016). Alternatives to the One Tablet per Child Initiative. The International Journal of Technologies in Learning, 23(4), 27-31.
Mrs. Barbara Ekamp
Program Director, Humanities Program
barbara.eka@mahidol.ac.th
+66 (0) 2700-5000, Ext. 1724

Education

M.A. (Sinology), Freie Universitaet Berlin, Germany, 2004
M.A. (German Language and Literature/Germanistik, Philosophy, Political Science), University of Cologne, Germany, 1985

Areas of Research Interest

History of Philosophy/ Postmodern Philosophy/ Eastern and Western Literature/ History of East Asia

Courses Taught

Publications List

Gerald Moshammer and Barbara Ekamp. (2018). Inside-Out or Outside-In? On Freeing Aesthetic Emotions. Literature & Aesthetics, 28(2), 1-20.
Mr. Roman Chirasanta
Program Director, Physical and Health Education Program
roman.chi@mahidol.ac.th
+66 (0) 2700-5000, Ext. 1502

Education

  • M.A. Curriculum Design and Teaching, Michigan State University
  • B.A. Travel Industry Management, Mahidol University International College
  • TESOL, Chichester College

Areas of Research Interest

  • Curriculum Development, Health and Wellness, Advancement in Female Athletics and Disability Equality in Asian Society.

Courses Taught

  • American Flag Football, Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball

Publications List

  • Nicholas Ferriman and Roman Chirasanta. (2017). The Physical Activity Levels of Thai Undergraduate Students. Journal of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, 43(1), 25-41.
  • Roman Chirasanta and Nicholas Ferriman (2019). Metabolic Syndrome Risks of a Thai University Male Population. Journal of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, 45(2), 276-285.
Mr.Jun Toyama
Program Coordinator, ICIC Program
jun.toy@mahidol.ac.th
+66 (0) 2700-5000, Ext. 1728

Education

M.A.(Education), Tokyo Gakugei University

Areas of Research Interest

Foreign language teaching and learning, Philosophy of education

Courses Taught

Elementary Japanese I-III, Pre-Intermediate Japanese I-III, Intermediate Japanese I-III

Mr.Jan Stevener
Program Coordinator, Foreign Language Program
jan.ste@mahidol.ac.th
+66 (0) 2700-5000, Ext. 1716

Education

M.A. German as a Foreign Language, University of Bielefeld, Germany

Areas of Research Interest

  • Second Language Acquisition Research, Cognitive Linguistics (Automaticity, Awareness, Monitoring), Testing and Evaluation, German for Office and Business, Blended and e-learning, International Cooperation in Higher Education

Courses Taught

  • Elementary German I, II, III, Pre-intermediate German I, II, III, Intermediate German I, II, III, German Written Skills

Publications List

  • Jan Stevener. (2021). Mündliche kommunikative Kompetenz in der Fremdsprache messen: Herausforderungen und Chancen Assessing Oral Communicative Competence in the Foreign Language: Challenges and Opportunities. Ramkhamhaeng Journal Humanities Edition, 40(1), 185-212.
  • Jan Stevener. (2018). Testen und Prüfen in der Fremdsprache: Was macht eine gute Sprachprüfung aus?.  Ramkhamhaeng University Journal Humanities Edition, 37(1), 21-46.
Dr. Kal Elle
Program Coordinator, English Studies Program
kal.ell@muicpc.io, kal.ell@mahidol.ac.th

Education

PhD Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University
B.A. Government, Comparative Politics, Wesleyan University
M.A. International Development, Chulalongkorn University

Areas of Research Interest

Human rights
Gender studies
Development
Politics

Course Taught

ICME100: English Resources Skills
ICCM104: Intermediate English Communication 1
ICCM105: Intermediate English Communication 2

Mr.Andrew Forster
andrew.for@mahidol.ac.th
+66 (0) 2700-5000, Ext. 1507

Education

  • B.A English and Journalism
  • University of Queensland ( Australia )
  • M.Ed Curriculum and Instruction 1st class honour
    Assumption University ( Thailand)

Areas of Research Interest

  • Language and Media, Standardised Assessment, Decentralized Education

Courses Taught

  • ICME 100 English Resources Skills
  • ICCM 104 Intermediate English Communication I
  • ICCM 105 Intermediate English Communication II
  • EC 3
  • ICCM 203

Publications List

  • Andrew Forster and Nicholas Ferriman. (2018). Blockchain: A revolutionary idea whose time has come? Interdisciplinary Studies Journal, 18(1), 287-306.
Dr. Juan Carlos Olmos Alcoy
juancarlos.olm@mahidol.ac.th
+66 (0) 2700-5000, Ext. 1506

Education

Ph.D., Estimating productive vocabulary using models extrapolated from ecology,University of Swansea

Areas of Research Interest

Vocabulary acquisition, Lexical density estimation, lexical frequencies, Error Analysis

Courses Taught

Publications List

Leyre   Alejaldre-Biel and Juan Carlos Olmos Alcoy. (2018). Error Analysis in Written Narratives by Thai University Students of Elementary Spanish as Foreign Language. Ogigia. Revista Electrónica de Estudios Hispánicos, 24, 19-42.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Gerald Moshammer
gerald.mos@mahidol.ac.th
+66 (0) 2700-5000, Ext. 1727

Education

  • Ph.D., Philosophy, University of Vienna
  • M.Phil., Philosophy, University of Vienna
  • M.A., Instrumental Pedagogy (Piano), University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna
    National Teaching Qualification, Instrumental Pedagogy (Piano), Anton Bruckner Conservatory, Linz

Areas of Research Interest

  • Moral Philosophy, Animacy and Motion in Music, Symbol Theory, Aesthetics

Courses Taught

  • Introduction to Logic; Music Appreciation; Moral and Ethical Studies; Elementary Art Theory; Politics and Ethics; Elements of Knowledge Representation

Publications List

  • Gerald Moshammer and Barbara Ekamp. (2018). Inside-Out or Outside-In? On Freeing Aesthetic Emotions. Literature & Aesthetics, 28(2), 1-20.
  • Gerald Moshammer. (2017). Routes for Roots: A Mapping Shorthand Symbolism with Reference to Nelson Goodman’s Hidden Ars Combinatoria. History and Philosophy of Logic, 38(3), 263-281.
  • Gerald Moshammer. (2016). Seeing Carlos Kleiber’s Vocalised Intentions through the Pitch-Dynamics Motion Microscope. Journal of Music Research Online, 7, 1-14.
Dr. Prateep Wongverayuth
prateep.won@mahidol.ac.th
+66 (0) 2700-5000, Ext. 1513

Education

Ph.D., Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, Minzu Universtiy of China,
M.A., Applied Linguistics, Linguistics, and Capital Normal University, Beijing, China
M.A., Politics, Chulalongkorn University
B.A., Politics, Chulalongkorn University

Areas of Research Interest

Language Policy,Chinese Teaching pedagogy, Chinese Teaching as a Foreign language

Courses Taught

Elementary Chinese 1;Elementary Chinese 2;Elementary Chinese 3

Assoc. Prof. Takayoshi Fujiwara
takayoshi.fuj@mahidol.ac.th
+66 (0) 2700-5000, Ext. 1718

Education

  • M.A., Social Psychology, Hitotsubashi University, Japan
  • B.A., Mass Communication, University of Tsukuba, Japan
  • B.A., Linguistics, University of Tsukuba, Japan

Areas of Research Interest

  • Educational psychology, foreign language teaching and learning, Japanese language and culture, Japanese society

Courses Taught

  • ICML 111 Elementary Japanese I
    ICML 112 Elementary Japanese II
    ICML 113 Elementary Japanese III
    ICLJ 211 Pre-Intermediate Japanese I
    ICLJ 212 Pre-Intermediate Japanese II
    ICLJ 213 Pre-Intermediate Japanese III
    ICLJ 311 Intermediate Japanese I
    ICLJ 312 Intermediate Japanese II
    ICLJ 313 Intermediate Japanese III
    ICHL 101 Japanese I for Hospitality and Tourism Industry
    ICHL 102 Japanese II for Hospitality and Tourism Industry
    ICHL 103 Japanese III for Hospitality and Tourism Industry
    ICHL 104 Japanese IV for Hospitality and Tourism Industry
    ICHL 105 Japanese V for Hospitality and Tourism Industry
    ICHL 106 Japanese VI for Hospitality and Tourism Industry

Publications List

  • Takayoshi Fujiwara. (2018). Factor Structure of the Beliefs About Language Learning Inventory for Thai Students Learning Japanese. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 125(3).
  • Takayoshi Fujiwara. (2018). Language learning beliefs of Thai university students: Change of the beliefs through learning a new foreign language. Linguistic Research, 35, 1-22.
Mr. Aeksing Weeraswainon (Zhang Bo)
zhang.bo@mahidol.ac.th
+66 (0) 2700-5000, Ext. 1505

Education

M.A. Teaching Chinese, Hwachiew Chalermprakiet University
B.A. Economic Management, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University
B.A. Business Japanese, Beijing City University

Areas of Research Interest

Chinese language, Linguistic, History in China

Courses Taught

Elementary Chinese I, II, III
Pre-Intermediate Chinese I, II, III
Intermediate Chinese I, II, III

Asst. Prof. Dr. Alexander Nanni
alexander.nan@mahidol.ac.th
+66 (0) 2700-5000, Ext. 1737

Education

  • Ed.D., Curriculum, Teaching, Learning, and Leadership, Northeastern University
  • M.Ed., Teaching English as a Second Language, Rhode Island College
  • B.A., French and Economics/Mathematics (Statistics), Loyola University Maryland

Areas of Research Interest / Publications

International Education, Curriculum Development, Project Based Learning, Educational Technology
Publications on Google Scholar

Courses Taught

  • English Communication 1, 2, and 3

Publications List

  • Douglas Rhein and Alexander Nanni. (2021). The impact of global university rankings on universities in Thailand: don’t hate the player, hate the game. Globalisation, Societies and Education, DOI: 10.1080/14767724.2021.2016375.
  • Alexander Nanni and Kerry Pusey. (2021). EAP Students’ Attitudes Toward Instruction Online at a Thai University: Preliminary Findings. The Journal of Asia TEFL, 18(4), 1493-1502.
  • Kerry Pusey and Alexander Nanni. (2021). EAP in a time of crisis: Preliminary perspectives on emergency remote teaching. English Australia Journal, 37(2), 5-19.
  • Alexander Nanni. (2021). Liberal Arts Online: A Thai College’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. The International Journal of Educational Organization and Leadership, 28(2), 107-115.
  • Alexander Nanni. (2021). Educational Entrepreneurship in an Intensive English Program in Thailand: A Case Study. SAGE Open, DOI: 10.1177/2158244021998694.
  • Neil Evan Jon Anthony Bowen, and Alexander Nanni. (2021). Piracy, playing the system, or poor policies? Perspectives on plagiarism in Thailand. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, (51), 1-13.
  • Alexander Nanni and Chris Carl Hale. (2020). Academic Culture as Content: Self-Assessment in the CLIL Classroom in the International Liberal Arts University. In Mark deBoer, Dmitri Leontjev (Eds). Assessment and Learning in Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) Classrooms. (pp 57-83). Springer, Cham: Switzerland.
  • Alexander Nanni and Laird Allan. (2020). PBL and the New Ecological Paradigm: Fostering Environmental Awareness Through Project-Based Learning. Journal of Asia TEFL, 17(3), 1085-1092.
  • Alexander Nanni and Kerry Pusey. (2020).  Leveraging Students’ Digital Literacy through Project-Based Learning. Asian EFL Journal, 24(1), 141-164.
  • Chris Carl Hale, Alexander Nanni, and Daniel Hooper. (2018). Conversation Analysis in Language Teacher Education: An Approach for Reflection Through Action Research. Hacettepe University Journal of Education, 33, 54-71.
  • Julien Hardy and Alexander Nanni. (2016). The Internationalization of Higher Education. Mahidol University Interdisciplinary Studies Journal, 16(1), 103-117.
  • Julien  Hardy and Alexander Nanni. (2016). Alternatives to the One Tablet per Child Initiative. The International Journal of Technologies in Learning, 23(4), 27-31.
Asst. Prof. Dr.York Gunther
york.gun@mahidol.ac.th
+66 (0) 2700-5000, Ext. 1403

Education

  • Ph.D., Philosophy, Columbia University
  • M.Phil., Philosophy, Columbia University
  • M.A., Philosophy, Columbia University
  • B.A., Philosophy & Literature, University of Toronto
  • Diploma 10, Piano, Royal Conservatory of Music

Areas of Research Interest

  • Philosophies of Mind and Psychology; Philosophy of Art and Aesthetics; Foundations of Language; History of Ideas; Politics, Culture and Ethics; Metaphysics; Logic

Courses Taught

  • ICHM 218 (Film Studies)
  • ICHM 213 (Knowledge Representation)
  • ICHM 225 (Classical Western Ideal)
  • ICSP 356 (Psychology of Emotion)
  • ICCU 202 (Intro to Eastern & Western Art)
  • ICCU 204 (History of Ideas I)
  • ICCU 205 (History of Ideas II)
  • ICCU 330 (Mind & Machines)
  • ICCU 333 (Intercultural Philosophy)
  • ICCU 350 (Independent Studies)

Publications List

  • York H. Gunther, and Sumetanee Bagna-Dulyachinda. (2020). Kalokagathia: The Citizen Ideal in Classical Greek Sculpture. Literature & Aesthetics, 30(1), 1-22.
  • York Gunther. (2017). The Ineffable in Art: On What Can’t Be Said. Literature and Aesthetics, 27(2), 17-36.
Mr. Bruno Mahon
bruno.mah@mahidol.ac.th
+66 (0) 2700-5000, Ext. 1409

Education

  • M.S., Management. University of Bordeaux.
  • B.A., Foreign language, University of Grenoble

Areas of Research Interest

  • Education, Language, Student Exchange Abroad, Film studies.

Course Taught

  • Elementary French, Pre-intermediate French, Intermediate French. European film studies. The history of perfume.

Publications List

  • Bruno Mahon. (2016). Internships in French-speaking Environments: First steps of a Thai University. Asian Conference on Language Learning 2016. (pp.265-276). Kobe: Japan.
Dr. Matthew Ferguson
matthew.fer@mahidol.ac.th
+66 (0) 2700-5000, Ext. 1734

Education

  • M.A., Curriculum and Instruction, University of Victoria
  • B.A., English Literature, University of Western Ontario

Areas of Research Interest

  • Curriculum development, Cross-cultural communication, Literature, Narrative inquiry.

Courses Taught

  • English Communication 1, 2, 3.
  • Introduction to Literary Analysis.

Publications List

  • Dale Alan Konstanz, and Matthew Robert Ferguson. (2021). Young People, Big Voices, Bangkok Noi: a participatory street photography project for connecting youth to a traditional community in a changing Bangkok. Journal of Cultural Geography, DOI: 10.1080/08873631.2021.1998993.
  • Matthew Ferguson, Monnapa Jantarovart, Intouch Kachanan, Punchika Suppadirekkul,and  Pipit Sinsudtipong. (2021). Stories from the Lockdown: Part 1 & 2. AUN-CA Crosslight Film Festival.
  • Matthew Robert Ferguson. (2021). Internationalizing higher education with Thainess: a narrative case study of a rural-based university in Thailand. International Journal of Leadership in Education, DOI: 10.1080/13603124.2021.1882702.
  • Dale Alan Konstanz and Matthew Robert Ferguson. (2020). Young People. Big Voices. Bangkok Noi. Bangkok: CSR, Faculty of Medicine Siriraj hospital, Mahidol University.
  • Matthew R. Ferguson. (2018). Simulacra, Simulation, and the Internationalization of Higher Education in Thailand. Thammasat Review, 21(1), 71-92.
  • Matthew Ferguson. (2016). General Education with a Purpose: Theme-Based Approaches for Academic Literacy in English . Asian Conference on Language Learning 2016. (pp.223-234). Kobe: Japan.
Ms. Mariejoy San Buenaventura
mariejoy.bue@mahidol.ac.th
+66 (0) 2700-5000, Ext. 1736

Education

  • M.A. Liberal Studies, focus on Creative Writing, Dartmouth College

Areas of Research Interest

  • Poetry, Fiction, Immigrant Literature

Courses Taught

  • ICCM 104 Intermediate Communications I
  • ICEG 461 Topics in Comparative Literature: Poetry
  • ICEG 462 Topics in Comparative Literature: Short Story and Novel
  • ICCM 204/ ICCU 327 Creative Writing

Publications List

  • Mariejoy San Buenaventura. (2018). Mythological Woman and the Prose Poem in Barbara Jane Reyes’s Diwata. Ramkhamhaeng University Journal Humanities Edition, 37(1), 193-210.
  • Mariejoy San Buenaventura. (2017). Old Soul. Literary Imagination, 19(3), 247-250.
Mr. Russell Pattinson
russell.pat@mahidol.ac.th
+66 (0) 2700-5000, Ext. 1122

Education

B.A. (Hons) Documentary Communication
C. TESOL
PADI OWSI 460428

Areas of Research Interest

Language and sport education

Courses Taught

ICME100: English Resources Skills
ICCM104: Intermediate English Communication 1
ICCM105: Intermediate English Communication 2
ICCM 106 Intermediate English Communication 3

Ms.Wimonsiri Hemtanon
wimonsiri.hem@mahidol.edu
+66 (0) 2700-5000, Ext. 1529

Education

  • Pursuing Ph.D., Southeast Asian Studies, University of Passau
  • M.A., Political Science, Chulalongkorn University
  • B.A., Sociology and Anthropology, Thammasat University

Areas of Research Interest

  • Thai Language, Sociology, Southeast Asia, Politics, Media, Social Media

Courses Taught

  • Introduction to Thai Language and Culture; Elementary Thai I, Elementary Thai II; Elementary Thai III
    Ethics and Media

Publications List

  • Wimonsiri Hemtanon. (2018). 1. ขลุ่ยบ้านลาว บางไส้ไก่ 2.รอยทางวัฒธรรม  Currywurst. In มรกต ไมยเออร์(Ed).  สีสันพหุวัฒนธรรมบนรอยทางอาเซียน–สหภาพยุโรป–เอชีย. (pp.119-133). Thailand: Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia, Mahidol University.
  • Wimonsiri Hemtanon. (2017). นินนะดีโซซาย. In Morakot Meyer and Zhu Tingshu (Eds.). Out of the Ordinary: Female Migrant Workers from Myanmar and Their Transnational Lives in Thailand, (pp.177-192). Thailand: Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia, Mahidol University.
  • Wimonsiri Hemtanon and Arpaporn Iemubol. (2016). ภาษาอังกฤษเพื่อการท่องเที่ยวโดยชุมชน. Department of Tourism (Ed.) คู่มือสำหรับฝึกอบรมชุมชนท่องเที่ยว. (pp. 114-130). Thailand: Department of Tourism.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Daniel Pellerin
daniel.pel@mahidol.edu
02-700 5000 #1017

Education

  • Ph.D., Political Science, NYU/University of Toronto
  • M.A., Political Science, University of California Los Angeles
  • B.A. Hons., Politics, Philosophy, and Economics, Magdalen College, Oxford
  • Trinity Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Areas of Research Interest

  • Ancient History and Philosophy
  • Classical Liberalism
  • History of Economic and Political Thought
  • Machiavelli and Nietzsche
  • Sparta

Courses Taught

  • ICGH 102: Famous Arguments (Introduction to Philosophy)
  • ICGH 121: The End of the World?
  • ICGH 127: Rome
  • ICIC 357: Philosophy of Economics
  • ICIC 358: Behavioral Economics

Publications List

  • “The Winding Ways of Eros in Plutarch’s Sparta.” History of Political Thought, vol. 42, no. 2 (Summer 2021). 195–239.
  • “Alcibiades and the Distorting Mirror of Celebrity.” ForthcomingPloutarchos (International Plutarch Society/University of Coimbra), vol. 19 (2022).
  • “Christmas 1914 and the Peace That Could Not Be.” ForthcomingDiplomacy and Statecraft (Taylor & Francis), vol. 34, no. 3 (Sep. 2023).
  • “The Spartan Crucible.” ForthcomingGreece & Rome (Cambridge Core), vol. 71, no. 1 (Spring 2024).
Dr. Kevin Hart
kevin.har@mahidol.ac.th

Education

  • Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, University of California, San Diego
  • MA in English Literature, Fordham University
  • BA in English Literature, State University of New York, Plattsburgh

Areas of Research Interest

  • Literary Modernism and the contemporary novel; cultural studies; Victorian studies; narrative theory; translation theory; cognitive poetics

Courses Taught

  • Literary Theory
  • Academic Writing and Research

Selected Publications

  • Hart, K. (November, 2021). “Speaking the Unknowable: Speech Acts and Epistemology in Sophocles’ Antigone.”  Zzz Review.
  • Hart, K. (Spring-Summer 2020). “Nondescript Specimens: Herbert Spencer’s Social Theory in Ulysses.”  James Joyce Quarterly 57, 3-4, 319-335.
  • Hart, K. (July-December, 2018). “Graham Greene’s Aesthetics of Design, Sport, and Violence.”  Journal of Studies in the English Language, 13.2, 28-66.
  • Hart, K. (2018). “Bakhtin, Dialogism, and a Literary Studies Approach to EFL.”  Proceedings of The International Conference on English Language Speaking.  The University of Social Sciences and Humanities Press: Ho Chi Minh City, 110-118.   
  • Hart, K. (November, 2018). “Words Fail Us: Beckett, Leacock, and Johnson.” Irish Studies Review 26.4, 510-530.
Ms. Mary Eppolite
mary.epp@mahidol.edu
02-7005000 #1745

Education

  • M.A., Teaching English to Speakers of Other Langauges, SIT Graduate Institute
  • B.A., French Liberal Studies, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Areas of Research Interest

  • Curriculum development, narrative analysis, language education

Courses Taught

  • ICME100: English Resources Skills
  • ICGC101: Academic Writing and Research 1

Publications List

  • Mary Eppolite, and James Burford. (2021). Teaching “Like You Do at Home” or “Like You’re in a Different Place”? Two Prominent Stances on Teaching Across Borders Expressed by Academic Migrants in Thailand. In Chris R. Glass, Krishna Bista, Xi Lin (Eds.). The Experiences of International Faculty in Institutions of Higher Education, (pp.75-87). New York. The United States.
  • James Burford, Mary Eppolite, GanonKoompraphant, ThornchanokUerpairojkit. (2021).Narratives of ‘stuckness’ among North–South academic migrants in Thailand: interrogating normative logics and global power asymmetries of transnational academic migration. Higher Education,DOI: 10.1007/s10734-020-00672-6.
  • Mary Eppolite and Jame Burford. (2020). Producing un/professional academics: category boundary work among migrant academics in Thai higher education. Globalisation, Societies and Education, 18(5), 528-540.

 

Mr. Sergio Esteban Redondo
sergio.est@mahidol.ac.th

Education

  • Ph.D.  in Linguistics & Education, University of Canterbury, New Zealand.
  • MA in English Linguistics, University of Granada, Spain
  • Postgraduate Teaching Diploma in Foreign Languages, University of Camilo José Cela, Madrid, Spain.
  • BA in Translation and Interpreting (English, German, French and Spanish), University of Granada.
  • BA in English Studies and Foreign Language Teaching. University of Granada, Spain.

Areas of Research Interest

  • Gamified Immersive Scenarios
  • Technology-Enhanced Foreign Language Learning
  • CAT tools
  • Simultaneous Interpreting.

Courses Taught

  • Pre-Intermediate Spanish 1 (Spanish 4)
  • Intermediate Spanish 1 (Spanish 7)
  • Spanish Written Skills (Spanish 10)

Selected Publications

  • Montaner-Villalba, Salvador; Lander, Bruce; Morgana, Valentina; Leier, Vera; Selwood, Jaime; Einum, Even; Redondo, Sergio Esteban. (2020). MC and MALL Unite Research-publishing.net, Paper presented at the EUROCALL 2020 Conference (28th, Online, Aug 20-21, 2020). Available athttps://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED611127  
  • Esteban Redondo, S., (2017). The use of learning strategies in Thai university students learning Spanish as a foreign language (Ramkhamhaeng Humanities Gazette, Volume 10 p 49-70). Available at http://www.human.ru.ac.th/ebook/human_s/mobile/index.html#p=48 
Mr. Adriano Quieti
adriano.qui@mahidol.edu

Education

  • M.A., Media Assisted Language Teaching, University of Brighton
  • PGCE., Post Compulsory Education, University of Portsmouth 
  • GradDip., TESOL, University of Brighton

Areas of Research Interest

  • Teacher and student perceptions
  • Educational Technology
  • Public Speaking

Courses Taught

  • ICME100: English Resources Skills
  • ICCM104: Intermediate English Communication 1
  • ICCM105: Intermediate English Communication 2
  • ICCM 106 Intermediate English Communication 3

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