Ph.D Second Language Studies ~ University of Hawaii at Manoa
Hakyoon received her Ph.D from the Department of Second Language Studies of the University of Hawaii at Manoa. She has been teaching Korean at Georgia State University since the fall semester of 2013. Before joining GSU as a full-time lecturer, she had taught at Emory University for two years. Her research involves sociolinguistics with an emphasis on discourse analysis. She works particularly on immigrant language learners’ language use and identity in various social contexts.
Lee, H. (2015). Telling Stories and Making Social Relations: Transnational Women’s Ways of Belonging in Intercultural Contexts, Applied Linguistics, 36(2), 174-193.
Lee, H. (2010). “I am a Kirogi Mother”: Education Exodus and Life Transformation Among Korean Transnational Women. Journal of Language, Identity, and Education (JLIE) 9(4), 250-264.
Higgins, C., Furukawa, G., Lee, H. (In press) “Teaching less commonly recognized languages on Youtube” in S. Leppänen, S. Kytölä, & E.Westinen (Eds.) Discourse and identification: Diversity and heterogeneity in social media practices.
Kim, M., Lee, H., Kim, Y. (Forthcoming). “Learning of Korean honorifics through collaborative tasks: Comparing heritage and non-Heritage speakers.” (Chapter 6) Pragmatics from a Task-Based Language Teaching Perspective, John Benjamins TBLT series. In Taguchi, N., & Kim, Y. (Eds.).