|Welcome to the home page of Professor Marjorie K.M. Chan (陳潔雯) at The Ohio State University! This website provides information on her current year’s course offerings as well as links to her online course syllabi and other pages pertaining to her teaching and research, which are primarily in the area of Chinese linguistics. Professor Chan teaches in the Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures (DEALL) at The Ohio State University. DEALL offers undergraduate programs in the Chinese Language (Chinese Major and Chinese Minor), that is, standard (Mandarin) Chinese. In addition, beginning in the 2013-2014 academic year, DEALL is offering conversational Cantonese for Mandarin speakers (with Professor Chan serving as faculty supervisor). DEALL also has very strong graduate programs not only in Chinese Literature and Chinese Language Pedagogy, but also in Chinese Linguistics, with its long, well-established M.A. and Ph.D. Programs in Chinese Linguistics.
Besides her role as a faculty member in DEALL, Professor Chan has, since December 2010, been serving as the Director of the Institute for Chinese Studies, part of the East Asian Studies Center, where a host of China-related activities are planned and organized throughout the academic year, including lecture series, annual graduate forums, conferences, symposia, etc., often with co-sponsorship from our graduate student organizations and other units across the campus. One upcoming event, for example, is the one-day symposium, with five national and international invited speakers that is co-organized with Melton Center for Jewish Studies, China and the Jews in the Modern Era. The event will take place on Sunday, 19 April 2015.
Note that only a small fraction of the contents from the original website in the Humanities server (since March 1996) has been moved to this new site. More content from the now-defunct website will be added here as time permits. In the meantime, apologies for broken links here after the Humanities web server retired on 20 August 2014. (There was also no means to re-direct former websites on that server to new locations.)