Josephine Park
Fisher-Bennett Hall 318
215-898-7382

office hours:

Fall 2014 Wednesdays 2-4

Josephine Park is Associate Professor of English and a member of the faculty steering committee of the Asian American Studies Program. She received her PhD from UC Berkeley, and she specializes in twentieth-century American literature and culture, with an emphasis on American Orientalism and Asian American literature. Her book Apparitions of Asia: Modernist Form and Asian American Poetics (Oxford 2008), which was awarded the Literary Book Award by the Association for Asian American Studies, reads a modern history of American literary alliances with East Asia. Her present research examines Asian American subjectivities shaped by the wars in Korea and Vietnam. Her teaching interests include minority literature, American poetry, modernist poetics, theories of race and subject formation, immigration, and transnationalism.

last updated 2014/08/22

Awards

2006 David Delaura Teaching Award, Sponsored by the English Undergraduate Advisory Board
2005 Kahn Award for Outstanding Teaching by an Assistant Professor

Courses Taught

Fall 2014

English
272.401

Spring 2014

English
272.401
English
288.301

Fall 2013

English
104.401

Fall 2012

English
799.301

Spring 2012

Fall 2011

English
088.001
English
600.301

Spring 2010

Fall 2009

Spring 2009

English
104.001
English
800.302

Fall 2008

Spring 2008

English
016.301

Fall 2007

Spring 2006

English
272.401

Fall 2005

English
104.401

Spring 2005

Fall 2004

English
104.401
English
272.401

Spring 2004

English
104.401

Fall 2003

English
210.401

Webmaster/Contact: help@english.upenn.edu