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영미어문화학과 British-American Language and Culture

  • 수여학위명 : 문학석사 / 박사
  • 사무실 : 외국어대학 208호 글로벌커뮤니케이션학부
  • TEL : 031-201-2204
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  • Homepage : http://deptofenglish.khu.ac.kr/

교육목적

영미어문화학과는 국제사회의 정확한 이해와 국제 감각을 갖춘 영어전문가 및 학자의 양성을 위해, 영어학 및 영어교육, 영미권 문화에 필수적인 영미문화, 문학분야 제반 분야에 걸친 다양한 전공을 제공한다.

개황 및 연혁

2001년 - 일반대학원 인가(영어학, 영문학분야 개설)
2007년 - 영어학, 영문학, 영어교육, 영미문화 트랙으로 확대 개편
2017년 현재 - 내국인 ( 명), 외국인 ( 명) 재학

전임교원

이름 직위 학위 학위수여대학 전공 연구분야 E-Mail
성기완 교수 교육학박사 The Pennsylvania State University 영어교육 언어습득론, 외국어교수법, 문화교육, 연구방법론, 비평적 영어교육 kiwansung@khu.ac.kr
신명아 교수 문학박사 University of Florida 미국소설 및 정신분석 비평 문예비평, 현대미국소설 mashin@khu.ac.kr
윤재학 교수 언어학박사 Ohio State University 영어학 영어학, 언어학 jyoon@khu.ac.kr
이한규 교수 언어학박사 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 언어학 화용론, 언어와 문화, 영미문화 hglee@khu.ac.kr
이명호 교수 문학박사 State University of New York, Buffalo 영문학 서사론, 정신분석학, 젠더이론 mhlee@khu.ac.kr
이택광 교수 문화학박사 The University of Sheffield 영문학 영문학, 문화이론, 영국문화 tglee@khu.ac.kr
조성란 부교수 문학박사 State University of New York, Buffalo 영문학 영문학, 국제문화,통번역 scho@khu.ac.kr
이상민 부교수 교육학박사 The Pennsylvania State University 영어교육학 멀티미디어 영어교육, 교육과정 및 교재개발, 쓰기 sangminlee@khu.ac.kr
Jason Barker 부교수 철학박사 Cardiff University, Wales 철학 철학, 영미소설, 영화연구 filmsnoir[at]gmail.com
김상욱 조교수 문학박사 Northern Illinois University 영문학 영국문화 kimswook@khu.ac.kr
정혜진 조교수 문화학박사 University of California-Santa Barbara 영화연구 영화비평 chunghj@khu.ac.kr

※ 아래 교육과정은 2016~2017학년도 교육과정과 다를 수 있습니다. 대학원 홈페이지 개편 관련 최종 교육과정은 추후 업데이트 예정입니다.

Linguistics & English Education Track

이수구분 과목명 개요 학점
전공선택 Morphological Theory
(Morphological Theory)
This is an introduction to and comparison of current theories of morphology with application to linguistic data and problems. 3
전공선택 Syntactic Theory
(Syntactic Theory)
Building on Syntax, this course introduces and compares the fundamental concepts of the minimalist program and major constraint-based syntactic theories. 3
전공선택 담화분석
(Discourse Analysis)
This course introduces different approaches to studying discourse. 3
전공선택 언어와 문화
(Language and Culture)
This course introduces the study of language and culture, developed within the related fields of sociolinguistics and linguistic anthropology. 3
전공선택 인지언어학
(Cognitive Linguistics)
This course introduces the study of language and culture, developed within the related fields of sociolinguistics and linguistic anthropology. 3
전공선택 인지언어학
(Cognitive Linguistics)
This course introduces a cognitive approach to language and language study, and compare it with other non-cognitive theories of linguistics. 3
전공선택 사회언어학 주제연구
(Topics in Socio-linguistics)
This course deals deeply with socio-linguistic issues involving such factors as gender, age, class, social issues, speech styles, linguistic variety 3
전공선택 화용론 주제연구
(Topics in Pragmatics)
This course deals intensively with significant pragmatics issues such as politeness, speech act theory, reference, implicature, topic and focus, 3
전공선택 음운론 주제연구
(Topics in Phonology)
This course deals critically with many essential issues in phonology. 3
전공선택 코퍼스언어학 주제연구
(Topics in Corpus Linguistics)
Many topics of linguistic theories will be introduced and experimentally analyzed through data obtained from corpora 3
전공선택 Language and Gender
(Language and Gender)
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the study of language and gender. The course will examine organizations of language, gender, and sexuality from an interdisciplinary and cross-cultural perspective. 3
전공선택 Teaching ESL Writing
(Teaching ESL Writing)
The course will present a combination of the pattern and process approaches to the teaching of writing. The course will cover how Contrastive Rhetoric can inform us about how cultural and linguistic differences can result in very different writing products for students from different cultures and how good writing varies across cultures. Through demonstrations, students will be shown how American rhetoric styles are typically taught in the pattern and the process approach to teaching composition. 3
전공선택 Digital Game-based Language Learning (DGBL) & Teaching
(Digital Game-based Language Learning (DGBL) & Teaching )
This graduate level course explores the way in which computer and mobile based games are utilized in the language classroom. Through this course, the students will learn the learning theories, teaching methods and task design related to DGBL. The course also focuses on enhancement of learner motivation, interest and creativity in DGBL. The course will help the students select games for their teaching and improve academic ability in this field. 3
전공선택 Critical Pedagogy in ELT
(Critical Pedagogy in ELT)
This course is to offer in-depth study of problems and limitations of current practices of teaching skills or functions in CLT and look into what is implicated in such a narrow definition of ELLC and practices based on it. Students will engage in critical research and practice by looking into various historical, political, sociocultural, and economic ramifications of current policies and practices imposed to EFL learners and share ways to develop counter-hegemonic teaching practices. 3
전공선택 Discourse Analysis & Language Teaching
(Discourse Analysis & Language Teaching)
This course help students understand discursive features existing in real conversational data and explore ways to engage in further research on discourse as well as utilize them in teaching EFL learners. 3
전공선택 Teaching English for Young Learners
(Teaching English for Young Learners)
This course emphasizes teaching English for young EFL learners by helping students understand their characteristics according to their developmental stages and sociocultural and economical backgrounds and design effective language classrooms and teaching strategies particularly for this age group. 3
전공선택 Culture Teaching in ELT
(Culture Teaching in ELT)
This is a follow-up course for Language, Culture, & English Teaching and deals with specific teaching practices for culture teaching in ELLC contexts. 3
전공선택 Critical English Language Teaching
(Critical English Language Teaching)
Students will learn key theories and concepts related to critical theory and pedagogy and examine limitations of traditional teaching practices grounded in linguistics, applied linguistics, and TESOL. The course is designed to expand current ELLC theories and practices to sociocultural, political, and economical dimensions and exemplify more progressive teaching and research methodologies. 3
전공선택 Thesis Writing II
(Thesis Writing II)
This course is specifically to help graduate students to write and publish a thesis. The goal of the course is to facilitate students' writing skills and strategies so that they can produce academically valuable research papers 3
전공선택 Thesis Writing I
(Thesis Writing I)
This course will help students write an MA thesis or doctoral dissertation. The course includes selecting a thesis topic, reviewing literature, citing reference, and collecting and analyzing data, etc. 3
전공선택 Assessment in ELT
(Assessment in ELT)
This course is designed to provide students with opportunities to examine limitations of standardized tests and possibilities of alternative or supplementary assessments such as portfolio assessment, performance-based evaluation, or other qualitative-oriented tools. 3
전공선택 Language Testing & Evaluation
(Language Testing & Evaluation)
This course help students examine current testing theories and practices, find ways to select reliable and valid assessment tools suitable for their curriculums and pedagogical goals, analyze existing testing items and programs through case studies in order to look into their advantages and disadvantages, and also engage in practical activities to develop diagnostic, formative, summative test or evaluation tools. 3
전공선택 Task-based English Language Teaching (TBLT)
(Task-based English Language Teaching (TBLT))
Students will learn basic concepts of TBLT and its applications in classrooms and design TBLT lessons and activities based on specific lesson objectives and learners' needs. The course also helps students to modify and evaluate TBLT activities using concrete activity models. 3
전공선택 Integrated Approaches in Teaching Skills
(Integrated Approaches in Teaching Skills)
Students will discuss how to effectively promote four language skills through a integrated and multi-skills or whole language approaches. Student will explore theoretical backgrounds and pedagogical implications for classroom teaching for various levels of English learners. 3
전공선택 Multimedia-assisted English Language Teaching II
(Multimedia-assisted English Language Teaching II)
This course explores the rationale of using multimedia in language education and its potential advantages as well as disadvantages. Students will develop theoretical backgrounds related to multimedia-assisted language learning and investigate case studies in this field. 3
전공선택 Teaching Reading and Writing
(Teaching Reading and Writing)
This course will explore ways to motivate EFL learner to engage in diverse reading and writing activities in and outside class based on their age, proficiency levels, learning goals, needs and interests. In this course, students will also study various reading strategies and how to do error analysis and provide appropriate feedback to learners while being encouraged to engage in practical projects or mini-lessons to find ways to integrate reading and writing along with other skills. 3
전공선택 Teaching Listening & Speaking
(Teaching Listening & Speaking)
Students will learn and discuss how to teach listening and speaking effectively and this course will include learning theories and SLA theories related to teaching listening and speaking with practical applications. 3
전공선택 Crosscultural Communication & ELT
(Crosscultural Communication & ELT)
This course explores culture in language education. The goals of the course are to enhance student cultural awareness of TL and understandings of people from different cultures, to promote intercultural communicative skills, and to discuss teaching methodologies in teaching culture in class. 3
전공선택 English Materials Evaluation & Development
(English Materials Evaluation & Development)
This course investigates important issues and factors in selecting or designing more appropriate materials for diverse English learners, who have different interests and needs. Students will also engage in materials analysis and activities of using diverse ELLC materials as well as modifying and supplementing existing materials based on their own teaching context. 3
전공선택 Teaching Approaches & Methods in ELT
(Teaching Approaches & Methods in ELT)
Student will examine a variety of teaching methods in ELLC and their classroom applications through case studies and mini lessons. This course emphasizes practicum which includes class observations, micro-teaching, etc. 3
전공선택 Seminar in Linguistic Analysis I, II, III
(Seminar in Linguistic Analysis I, II, III)
This course helps students develop specific analyses for specific interesting topics; different linguistic theories will be chosen each semester. 3
전공선택 Semantics/Pragmatics Theories & Applications
(Semantics/Pragmatics Theories & Applications)
This course introduces students to recent developments of semantic and pragmatic theories, and encourages them to apply them to particular languages. 3
전공선택 Phonological Theories & Applications
(Phonological Theories & Applications)
This course introduces students to recent developments of many phonological theories, and encourages them to apply them to particular languages. 3
전공선택 Syntactic Theories & Applications
(Syntactic Theories & Applications)
This course introduces students to many recent syntactic theories, and encourages them to apply them to particular languages. 3
전공선택 Teaching Pronunciation & Vocabulary
(Teaching Pronunciation & Vocabulary)
The course examines theoretical backgrounds and pedagogical implications in teaching pronunciation and vocabulary. The course emphasizes a scientific approach to teaching pronunciation and vocabulary using effective lexical and collocation teaching approaches. 3
전공선택 Research Methods in ELT II
(Research Methods in ELT II)
This course expands various research methods and techniques covered in Research in ELT I and covers specific steps or processes of engaging in in-depth research using actual data students collect. 3
전공선택 Introduction to SLA
(Introduction to SLA)
This course includes Second Language Acquisition (SLA) theories and research which are fundamental in teaching English to different types of learners in different contexts. 3
전공선택 테솔의 이론과 현안
(Theories & Issues in TESOL)
This course covers SLA theories and research which will inform you of various teaching practices in the context of TEFL, TEIL, TEGL along with a plethora different spectrums of issues related to ELLC. In doing so, it is expected that you will engage in a broad and yet focused investigation of key linguistic, political, sociocultural, educational, and/or economic issues of your own interests to understand the present and future of English and English teaching and learning. 3
전공선택 Research Methods in ELT I
(Research Methods in ELT I)
Students will learn key quantitative and qualitative research methods used in the field of ELLC and engage in writing a proposal and a seminal research project based on their interests. This is a prerequisite for Research in ELT II. 3
전공선택 아동과 청소년문학을 활용한 영어교수
(Children’s & Adolescent Literature & Teaching English)
The course is designed for graduate students who are interested in the use of children’s & YA literature as a way to teach English and critical literacy. The primary goal is to familiarize students with different genres of children’s & YA literature such as picture books, traditional literature, historical and realistic fiction, and fantasy literature. Course readings and discussions will facilitate understanding the features of each genre. In addition, the course looks at the relationships among children’s and YA literature, ideology about childhood, children’s literature, and social, political influences. 3
전공선택 Curricular Evaluation & Development in ELT
(Curricular Evaluation & Development in ELT)
This graduate level course is designed to develop students’ methodology, skills, and techniques for curriculum and material development anchored in SLA theories. Students will also develop their own curriculum and/or materials for their own needs and interests. 3
전공선택 멀티미디어와 영어교육 1
(Multimedia-assisted English Language Teaching I)
This course is designed to improve student computer literacy through hands-on practices. Student will learn about diverse usage of multimedia tool in English education through the course. 3
전공선택 Pedagogical Grammar for ELT
(Pedagogical Grammar for ELT)
This course examines various issues and teaching methods related teaching grammar and helps student find ways to link grammar teaching to four skills through the use of meaningful and contextualized activities in real classrooms. 3
전공선택 Communicative Language Teaching (CLT)
(Communicative Language Teaching (CLT))
This course explores CLT, the most popular teaching method in second language acquisition to date. Students will learn theories, classroom applications and practices based on CLT. 3
전공선택 Language, Culture, & English Teaching
(Language, Culture, & English Teaching)
This course purports to examine important theories and research culture teaching in relation to second and foreign language teaching and also look into ways to develop effective pedagogical practices which link TL and its culture. 3
전공선택 Writing for Publications
(Writing for Publications )
This is to help those who want to produce a research paper to publish in an academic journal and covers specific procedures and process of writing and revising a paper in order to submit it to scholarly journals at the end of semester or afterwards. 3
전공선택 Sociolinguistics
(Sociolinguistics)
This course studies how society affects and shapes language. It deals, among others, with dialectal differences, relations between prestige dialects and stigmatized dialects, and how people utilize the code switching mechanism. 3
전공선택 Contrastive & Error Analysis in ELT
(Contrastive & Error Analysis in ELT)
This course engages students in analyzing language data through comparative research methods and deals with ways to treat EFL learner errors effectively by using appropriate feedback strategies. 3
전공선택 코퍼스 언어학
(Applications in Corpus Linguistics)
This course provides a comprehensive overview of the compilations and applications of English corpora, a systematic collection of naturally occurring language examples electronically. The course will help students understand language patterns in relation to lexical and grammatical features and their actual use in communication. 3
전공선택 Psycholinguistics
(Psycholinguistics)
This is an introduction to psycholinguistics which studies how individuals produce, comprehend, and acquire language. 3
전공선택 화용론
(Pragmatics)
This course explores fundamental concepts of pragmatics, including theories of communication and meaning, representation, conversational implications, speech acts, and discourse structure. 3
전공선택 Semantics
(Semantics)
This course provides a theoretical and practical study of meaning in natural language. It considers both semantic theories and semantic phenomena from diverse languages. 3
전공선택 Phonology
(Phonology)
This course studies sound systems of language. It introduces both principles of organization of sound systems and major kinds of phonological structures found worldwide. It provides extensive practice in applying phonological principles to data analysis. 3
전공선택 English Phonetics
(English Phonetics)
This course covers phonetic classifications and descriptions of English sounds, articulation, and suprasegmental features and includes both fundamental theories and concepts and practices that are key to teaching English sounds effectively in class. 3
전공선택 통사론
(Syntax)
This course furnishes students with a basic and introductory understanding of English sentence structures. It covers the fundamental concepts of constituency, phrase structure, complements and adjuncts, subcategorization, and empty categories. Students will be also familiarized with different theoretical perspectives. 3
전공선택 Introduction to Linguistics
(Introduction to Linguistics)
This course intends to increase students' understanding of basic theories and concepts in linguistics and applied linguistics and covers morphology, phonetics, phonology, semantics, syntax, pragmatics, etc. 3

Literature & Cultural Studies Track

이수구분 과목명 개요 학점
전공선택 문화이론
(Theories of Culture)
Modern society consists of various cultures. Our students are expected to recognize in detail the multifaceted cultural phenomena of the globe and view them from specific theoretical perspectives for the purpose of understanding the relations between modern subjects and the structures of society in terms of socio-economic and cultural terms. Theorists such as Stuart Hall, Bourdieu, Adorno, Benjamin, Agamben, the film critic, Laura Mulvey, etc. will be studied in the seminar. 3
전공선택 Psychoanalysis and Culture
(Psychoanalysis and Culture)
This course will deal with cultural phenomena from psychoanalytic perspectives. We will study how British-American society is controlled by its members’ desire in the forms of social ideologies and how cultural and political phenomena are products of these desires. Sigmund Freud, Jacques Lacan will be studied along with other theorists such as Foucault who deals with medical history of the mental clinics. 3
전공선택 서사이론
(Narrative Theory)
This course will examine fundamental tenets of narrative theory and will study re-emergence of "story-telling" as important contemporary sociological phenomenon. 3
전공선택 탈식민주의이론
(Postcolonial Theory)
This course aims to study basic premises and historical background of the emergence and institutionalization of post-colonial theories of Edward Said, Homi Bhabha, and Gayatri Spivak. This course then will move on to the study of subsequent development and current status of the post-colonial theory in relation to the emergence of globalization as theoretical concept. 3
전공선택 페미니즘과 퀴어담론
(Feminism and Queer Discourses)
Feminism and queer movement aim at transforming dominant social, political, economic, and cultural institutions that have turned the difference in gender and sexual orientation into the signs of social discrimination and inequality. This course will examine their respective basic theoretical and political positions through reading representative theoretical works, and also study how they have affected cultural studies. 3
전공선택 문학사상사
(History of Literary Theories)
This course aims at surveying the tradition of philosophical reflections on the nature of literary texts and the art of producing them in the light of aesthetics. Aesthetic values of literary texts are considered in the different critical angles arranging from classical poetics and rhetoric to modern New Criticism, Structuralism & Post-structuralism, Psychoanalytic Criticism, and Marxist literary theories. 3
전공선택 소설의 발생과 근대
(Rise of the Novel and the Modernity)
Modernity is a typical term for characterization of the Western society. The western society invented the modern political system of democracy based on its intellectual legacy of the Enlightenment. The Enlightenment phenomena also brought forth scientific innovations in the form of industrial revolution. These technological innovations allowed people to have more free time, which caused them to turn their attentions to their inner world and write diaries and novels eventually. 3
전공선택 맑시즘과 문학
(Marxism and Literature)
This course is designed to approach literature from the perspective of Marxism. Marxism is a useful to approach the relations between the humans and their environment. Marxist perspectives are schematic tools to view these relations and focus on how literature reflects the humans’ struggles with institutions outside them. Georg Lukacs and Karl Marx will be used for the understanding of class consciousness of the people in British-American literature. 3
전공선택 문학과 모더니즘
(Literature and Modernism)
Modernist artists made an attempt to disrupt the line of demarcation between temporal and spatial dimensions of reality. This course will offer a picture of the modernists who rejected the reality based upon rationality and drew their attention to fantasy and dream as part of the reality. In the course, the modernist narrative techniques will be examined: multiple points of view, stream of consciousness, montage, collage, and juxtaposition. 3
전공선택 문학과 포스트모더니즘
(Literature and Postmodernism)
This course is designed to analyze literature since World War II from the perspective of postmodern epistemology. Postmodern critical approaches arraying from reader-response to deconstruction are applied in interpreting literary texts, in particular, questioning the authorship of a literary text and rethinking the relationship between the author and the reader. 3
전공선택 유토피아-디스토피아 문학
(Utopian and Dystopian Fiction)
Utopian and dystopian fiction deals with a vision of an ideal society and the reality of its ironical nowhere. This course puts on the critical stage satirical elements in utopian and dystopian fiction. Utopian and dystopian fiction has various subgenres such as ecotopian fiction and feminist utopias. In dealing with various sociopolitical issues concerned with utopian and dystopian fiction, critical theories proper to them will be considered. 3
전공선택 미국흑인문학
(Afro-American Literature)
British-American literature covers not only classic fictions such as Nathaniel Hawthorne and Herman Melville but also many novels written by Afro-American writers such as Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, Samuel Delany, etc. This course is designed to read these colored people’s novels and see the American society as a whole by reading these novels. 3
전공선택 아시아계 미국문학
(Asian American Literature)
This course is designed for studying historical developments of Asian American literature including its major writers and works. 3
전공선택 시와 수사학
(Poetry and Rhetoric)
This course covers poetry either since World War II or before, bringing into critical analysis its characteristic techniques, concerns, and major poets. Diverse forms of literary criticism will be applied to examining the poetry, such as gender, historical, biographical, socio-cultural, or ecological criticism. 3
전공선택 소수민소설
(A Study of Minority Literature)
Minority literature presents the way in which a minority reveals their own aboriginal, underprivileged, or alienated sentiment not by their minority language but a major language such as English, German, French and any other major European languages. This course examines the experience of ‘becoming minor’ subversively mimicking a majority’s unquestioned cultural, political, and social stereotypes. 3
전공선택 영미비평의 전통과 수사학
(British-American Critical Tradition and Rhetoric)
Everything written in language is itself rhetoric. This course is designed to see the British-American criticism in terms of rhetoric, specifically, in terms of theories of language. Starting from New Criticism, other theoretical perspectives dealing with language, for example, theories of Jacques Derrida and other poststructuralists will be studied in this seminar. 3
전공선택 내셔널시네마
(National Cinema)
Film scholars and critics often use the term “national cinema” to describe a group of films produced by a particular nation, even as they continue to debate its definition and the necessity of assigning films with a specific national identity. This course will examine various ways to define national cinema (i.e., in economic, industrial, cultural, historical, geographical terms), and study how the notion of nationhood is still relevant today, despite the rise of international co-productions and transnational collaborations in film industries. 3
전공선택 멜로드라마와 로맨스연구
(Melodrama and Romance)
The term melodrama refers to a dramatic work that exaggerates plot and characters in order to appeal to readers'/viewers' emotions. It is usually based around having the same character structure, for example a hero, a heroine, a villain and villain's sidekick Romance makes the romantic love story or the search for strong and pure love the main plot focus. Various forms of obstacles that threaten the union of main characters' love constitute its central plot. Melodrama and romance have served as two narrative forms that satisfy female audiences' psychological need most well. This course will analyze their generic features, historical changes, and modes of correspondence with female audiences through reading various forms of romance novels and movies. 3
전공선택 공포서사연구
(Studies on Horror)
Horror is a narrative form seeking to elicit a negative emotional reaction from readers/viewers by playing on their primal fears. What elicits fears are not only psychological but also social; they are related with sexual, racial, class others exceeding the subject's social and symbolic order, which often appear in displaced forms such as ghosts, monsters, zombies, aliens, and vampires. This course explores the socio-political effects and functions of horror narrative from the perspectives of psychoanalysis, gender theories, and postcolonialism. 3
전공선택 SF판타지서사연구
(SF Fantasy and Narrative)
Technological developments of today made cyborgs and androids not special but mundane everyday phenomena at least in media cultures. This course is designed to study SF Fantasy in novels and how these novels are written and deliver thematic ideas relaying on their unique narratives. Arthur C. Clarke, Phillip K. Dick, Samuel Delany, etc. will be read in this seminar for our understanding of the present technological society called a post-human society. 3
전공선택 역사와 영화서사
(History and Film Narrative)
As traditional ideas and methodologies of historiography are brought into question, history has expanded its borders to incorporate formerly excluded elements, such as memory, testimony, nostalgia, gaps in the archive, and spectral presences. This course will reconsider these topics, and also think about the critical, social, cultural, and ethical issues that arise when history is represented or reenacted through the cinematic medium. Other issues to be discussed include how reality is represented in visual media, whether it is possible to retain an “objective” perspective in writing history, and how historical films can depict those who have been formerly written out of history. 3
전공선택 애니메이션연구
(Understanding Animation)
The aim of this course is to understand the history of animation and its relation to modernity in terms of popular culture. 3
전공선택 텔리비전드라마연구
(Studies on TV Soap Operas)
The purpose of this course is to understand the context of British and American TV soap opera and the reception of it to the Korean popular culture. 3
전공선택 서부영화
(Studies on the Western)
The Western is a genre of various arts, such as film, television, radio, literature, painting and others, devoted to telling stories set primarily in the latter half of the 19th century in the American Old West, hence the name. It is deeply related with American history. This course will examine its generic characteristics, sub-genres, and contemporary configuration, and also study its sexual and racial meanings. 3
전공선택 퍼포먼스이론
(Performance Theory)
This course will study the works of seminal scholars in performance theory, such as Richard Schechner, Victor Turner, and Judith Butler. By examining various forms of “performance” that take place both inside and beyond theatrical spaces, we will look at relationships among performance and cultural identities (race, gender, class, nationality, sexuality), and analyze the political and aesthetic value of performance art forms. 3
전공선택 서양공연예술사
(History of Western Performing Arts)
Performance art, which has its roots in religious rituals, is the oldest form of art and “play.” In this class, we will examine the historical development of performance art, starting from the early beginnings of Western civilization until now. By analyzing specific works of performance art, we will analyze various aspects of culture, in which dominant ideologies collide or compromise with discourses of resistance. 3
전공선택 영미뮤지컬연구영미뮤지컬연구
(British and American Musical)
This course will explore the genre of musical, which is one of the most popular and enduring forms of performance art. We will examine both musical theater and films, focusing on how the contemporary musical is produced in English-speaking cultures. We will also conduct analyses of musical texts and audiences, and study how the musical has moved from Broadway to Hollywood, i.e., from theater to film. 3
전공선택 축제와 연극
(International Theatre Festival)
This course will study the formation and development of musical, which must be the most popular performance genre; it will also study English musical's production system, major texts, and audiences. Especially our critical focus will be put on the meaning change resulting from media transfer from drama to film, and from Broadway to Hollywood. 3
전공선택 영미드라마
(English Drama)
This course will examine how English drama has represented cultural changes of the 20th century American and British societies. Especially our critical focus will be put on various aspects of global transcultural movements and negotiations through performances. 3
전공선택 영연방문학과 탈식민주의
(Commonwealth Literature and Postcolonial Theory)
This course will study major literary works coming from Anglo-phone commonwealth countries, or major works written in English outside of England and America, from the perspective of post-colonial theory. Countries include Canada, South Africa, Anglo-phone Caribbean countries, Australia, and India. 3
전공선택 아시아영어권문화연구
(Asian Cultures in English)
This course is designed to study "Asia" as a region and concept in its relation to the West. One thread of study is Asian American literature/culture and another thread is contemporary literature/culture from Asia in relation to the West. 3
전공선택 문화이동과 문화번역
(Studies on Cultural Translation and Trans-cultural Literature)
This course aims to study Cultural Translation as concept and practice. We will study theory of translation of Walter Benjamin and theory of cultural translation of Naoki Sakai and will read Teresa Hakkyung Cha's Dictee as its example. We will then explore instances of cultural translation in Korean cultural and intellectual history in relation to the West, especially America. 3
전공선택 영미여행기연구
(Studies on English Travel Literature)
This course aims to study the emergence of Travel literature in relation to European colonialism using Mary Louise Pratt's Imperial Eye as starting point and then move on to the study of contemporary travel literature as escape from modern life, harking back to the originary status of travel literature as exploration of meaning of life and self-discovery. 3
전공선택 세계화와 문화민주주의
(Globalization and Cultural Democracy)
This course will study theory and phenomenon of Globalization and the possibility of cultural democracy through globalization. We will then move on to the exploration of cultural instances of Globalization overseas and in Korea. 3
전공선택 미디어컨버전스연구
(Studies on Media Convergence)
Digital technologies are bringing about a convergence among different media (e.g., broadcast media, film, mobile technologies). This new cultural phenomenon called “media convergence” enables cultural content to move across multiple media forms and texts, generates a considerable amount of revenue in ancillary markets, and also creates new ways of consuming media. This course will examine how media convergence is changing modes of production, distribution, and circulation in popular culture. 3
전공선택 기술과 시각문화
(Technology and Visual Culture)
This course aims to examine the close relationship between technology and visual culture. We will begin with a survey of technological innovations throughout film and media history, and then move on to explore how the development of other types of media (TV, VHS, digital media) affected techniques and cultures of visual media. In this class, we will examine how technology brings about changes in media texts, cultures, and industries, and also study relationships among various types of media. 3
전공선택 테크노문화연구
(Studies on Technocultures)
This class will examine the role technology plays in society, with particular emphasis on how it affects various forms of popular culture. This course will examine different attitudes toward technology in popular perception (technophilia, technophobia, techno-savvy, etc.), and analyze the discursive intersections of science, technology, and media. We will also study how technology is depicted and deployed in popular forms of visual media, and how it is often conflated with concepts such as democracy, empowerment, and revolution. 3
전공선택 셰익스피어문화산업
(Shakespeare in Cultural Industry)
As the division between traditional concepts of high culture and popular culture are increasingly blurred, it is becoming more important to study the domain of cultural economy. One of the most successful and “lucrative” products in economies of performance art and film is Shakespeare. Can we attribute this success to the enduring power of the source material, or is it the result of effective marketing strategies? In this class, we will analyze how classical works of literature are reinvigorated through modern technologies and new forms of media. By situating these trends of consumption in the larger context of humanities and cultural industries, we will examine the possibilities, limitations, and future developments of the Shakespearean cultural economy. 3
전공선택 디지털시대의 문화와 서사
(Digital Narrative and Culture)
This course will explore how the development of digital media has brought about comprehensive changes in contemporary modes of storytelling, communication, and self-expression. We will also study the relationship between digital narratives and various media formats, and particularly focus on new possibilities emerging in multimedia storytelling, as well as innovative forms of non-linear and interactive digital narratives. 3
전공선택 대중문화워크숍 1
(Popular Culture Issues I)
This course aims to approach the cultural forms through theoretical frameworks, and explores the theoretical points to analyze the formal logic of cultural issues. 3
전공선택 대중문화워크숍 2
(Popular Culture Issues II)
This course aims to approach the cultural forms through theoretical frameworks, and explores the theoretical points to analyze the formal logic of cultural issues. 3
전공선택 소비공간과 놀이공간
(Consumerism and Play)
This course is to understand the relationship between consumerism and popular culture. 3
전공선택 스타와 팬덤현상
(Star System and Fandom)
This course is supposed to analyze the aspects of star-system and fandom syndrome in relation to the development of popular culture and cultural industry. 3
전공선택 하위문화와 소수문화
(Studies on Subculture)
A subculture is a group of people within a culture that differentiates themselves from the larger culture to which they belong, and the cultures they adopt for expressing their group identities. This course will study various forms of subcultures, including urban and sexual ones, and their complex relationship with mainstream culture. 3
전공선택 육체와 섹슈얼러티
(Body and Sexuality)
Body has not been dealt with as a rightful subject of cultural studies, though it is an essential part of human life and culture. Body is not just a material given but cultural representations in which social meanings are invested, negotiated, and transformed. Specifically sexual body, marginalized and repressed by rational discourses, is what contemporary consumer culture most ardently takes advantage of. This course tries to examine how the human body and sexuality are imagined, perceived, interpreted, and represented in contemporary society. Various body discipline apparatuses such as diet and body maintenance, and capitalist body industry will be studied. 3
전공선택 작가연구 I
(Studies on British and American Authors I)
This course is designed to read the works by a particular author. One of the benefits from comprehensively covering the major works by an author is to reach the profound knowledge of the author’s literary style, theme, and symbolism, tracking down the mainstream of his/her literary thoughts. 3
전공선택 작가연구 II
(Studies on British and American Authors II)
This course is designed to read the works by a particular author. One of the benefits from comprehensively covering the major works by an author is to reach the profound knowledge of the author’s literary style, theme, and symbolism, tracking down the mainstream of his/her literary thoughts. 3

학과내규

제1장 총 칙

제1조 (목적)
이 내규는 대학원 영미어문화학과의 연구의욕 진작과 학문 발전을 위한 토대를 구축하고
나아가 학과의 학사운영 효율화를 확립하기 위함을 그 목적으로 한다.

제2조 (과정)
대학원 영미어문화학과는 석사과정과 박사과정을 둔다.



제2장 입학시험 및 지도교수 선정

제3조 (과정)
대학원 입학원서에는 반드시 전공과목을 기재하여야 한다.

제4조 (입학)
영어 관련학과 이외의 학과에서 학위를 이수한 자가 본 학과에 입학하고자 할 때에는 본
학과 교수회의에서 입학 자격 구비 여부를 심사한다. 입학 자격이 인정되는 경우에는
주임교수의 추천서를 입학 원서에 첨부하도록 한다.

제5조 (지도교수선정)
① 대학원 입학 후 2학기말 이전에 지도교수를 선정, 지도교수 수락서를 대학원 주임교수에게 제출하여야 한다.
② 지도교수를 변경하고자 할 때에는 주임교수 및 신/구 지도교수의 승인서를 첨부하여 대학원장의 승인을 얻어야 한다.



제3장 학점취득

제6조 (필수학점)
① 석사과정에서는 학점 취득에 필요한 24학점 중에서 전공분야 과목을 최소한 18학점 이상 이수하여야 한다.
② 박사과정에서는 학점 취득에 필요한 36학점 중에서 전공분야 과목을 최소한 27학점 이상을 이수하여야 한다.

제7조 (이수과목)
① 학과 선수과목: 영어 관련학과 이외의 학과에서 학위 과정을 이수한 자가 본과에 입학하였을 경우에는 해당 학위 과정 학점 취득과 관계없이 본 학과 학사 학위 과정의 전공 필수 과목 중에서 석사학위과정은 9학점 이상, 박사학위과정은 12학점이상을 이수 하여야 한다.
② 특수 대학원 졸업생으로서 박사학위과정에 입학한 경우에는 동일계의 경우 6학점이상, 비동일계의 경우 12학점 이상을 추가로 이수하여야 한다.
③ 위의 ①, ②와 관련하여 이수해야 할 학점의 교과목은 학과 교수 회의에서 의결한다. 단, 학위 과정에서 이미 동일, 또는 유사 과목의 학점을 취득한 경우에는 학과 교수 회의의 의결을 거쳐 해당 과목의 학점을 이수한 것으로 인정할 수 있다.
④ 교차과목: 석, 박사의 각 과정 중에 타 전공과목을 한 과목 이상 수강하여 3학점 이상 을 취득하여야 한다. 단, 타 전공 수강 시 본교 교수님의 강의를 수강해야 한다.



제4장 논문지도학점

제8조 (지도교수)
논문 지도 교수의 선정은 학생의 의사를 존중하되 지도상의 균형이 필요한 경우에는 학과
교수회의에서 조정할 수 있다.

제9조 (취득절차)
① 논문지도학점의 취득을 위해서는 제2학기부터 지도교수에게 2학점씩 취득하여야 한다.
② 논문지도학점은 석사 및 박사과정 각각 4학점 이상을 취득하여야 한다.
③ 논문지도학점 4학점을 취득한 자는 대학원 시행세칙 제27조에 의거 학위심사청구예정 논문에 대한 공개발표를 지도교수의 승인을 얻어 주임교수에게 신청하여야 한다.
④ 석·박사 학위 논문 제출자는 논문 지도 기간 내에 학과에서 제출할 논문 내용을 발표 하여 예비심사 형식의 승인을 얻어야 한다.
⑤ 박사 학위 논문 제출자는 논문 예비 발표 2주일 전까지 발표된 논문 3편을 학과에 제출하여 심사 과정을 거친 후 논문 예비 발표의 자격을 얻는다.
⑥ 발표된 논문은 최근 5년 이내의 것이어야 한다.
⑦ 이 중에서 1편 이상은 비중 있는 학회지에 발표된 논문이어야 한다. 학과 교수회의 에서 학회지 발표 논문을 평가한다.
⑧ 그 외의 논문도 해당 전문 학술지에 논문의 체제를 갖추어 발표된 것이어야 한다.
⑨ 논문 공개 발표의 심사는 논문 발표 후 학과 전체 교수들의 심사 후 전체 심의, 조정에 의해 합격, 불합격을 결정한다.



제5장 논문제출 자격시험

제10조 (응시원서제출)
각 과정의 외국어 및 전공시험에 응시하고자 하는 자는 주임교수와 지도교수의 허락을 받아 응시원서를 제출하여야 한다.

제11조(논문 제출 자격시험)
① 각 학위과정 학생은 학위논문 제출 이전에 논문제출 자격시험에 합격하여야 한다.
② 외국어 시험: 영어 및 제2외국어 시험은 석, 박사 모두 1기부터 가능하다.
③ 전공시험은 석사 과정은 18학점 이상, 박사 과정은 24학점 이상 취득한 자에 한하여 응시할 수 있다.
④ 전공시험은 해당 전공의 지도 교수가 지정하는 공통과목과 응시자가 선택하는 선택 과목에 대하여 필기 및 구술시험으로 실시한다. 시험 과목 수는 석사 과정은 3과목, 박사 과정은 4과목으로 한다.
⑤ 각 과목은 100점을 만점으로 하여 80점 이상을 합격으로 한다. 과락과목에 대하여 재응시 할 수 있다.
⑥ 석사 과정 및 박사 과정은 전공 구술고사에 합격하여야 한다.



제6장 논문제출

제12조 (제출자격)
대학원 학칙 제31조 및 대학원 세칙 제28조 각호의 자격요건을 구비한 자는 학위논문을 제출할 수 있다.

제13조 (논문심사위원회)
① 대학원에 논문 제출을 한 후 지도교수는 논문심사위원회를 구성하여 논문을 심사하여야 한다.
② 논문심사위원회는 석사학위과정은 3인 이상, 박사과정은 5인 이상의 교원 또는 이와 동등한 자격이 있는 것으로 인정되는 전문인사로 구성한다.
③ 지도교수는 논문심사위원장이 될 수 없다.

제14조 (연구등록)
학위과정의 수료생은 학위 취득 시까지 매 학기 연구등록을 하여야 한다.

제15조(학과활동참가)
① 본 학과의 석, 박사 과정 학생의 각 과정별로 학부에서 주관하는 과 전체 모꼬지나 정기 학술답사에 2회 이상 참가하여야 한다. 논문 학점 점수에 참가 여부를 반영한다.
② 본 학과의 석, 박사 과정 학생은 입학 후 2학기 때부터 매 학기 논문 제안서 또는 진행 중인 연구에 대한 발표를 하고 이에 대한 평가는 참여교수로부터 받아야 한다.



제 7장 장학금
장학생은 다음과 같은 원칙에 의해 선발한다.
과에 배정된 인원을 전공 지도교수의 추천을 받아 주임교수가 확정한다.