Lecturer of Korean
- School of Modern Languages
Dr. Seung-Eun Chang earned a Ph.D. in Linguistics from the University of Texas at Austin, specializing in Phonology and Phonetics. After ten years of teaching at the University of California, Berkeley, she joined Georgia Tech in 2018. Her research interests include theoretical and experimental Phonology & Phonetics, and Korean Linguistics. Several influential linguistics journals have published her work, including the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Language and Speech, the International Journal of Bilingualism, and the Heritage Language Journal.
She is also working on content and language integrated learning: she is the author of "Media, Culture, and Debate in Korean (2022)" and has been honored to receive three grants (2019-2020; 2020-2021 from DILAC; 2022-2023 from IAC Student Service Funding) for her Media Curation project.
- Ph.D., Linguistics, The University of Texas, Austin
- M.A., English Linguistics and Literature, Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea
- B.A., Education, Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea
- Digital Media
- Pedagogy and Curriculum Development
- Cross-Cultural Understanding
- Dialectical Linguistics
- KOR-1001: Elementary Korean I
- KOR-1002: Elementary Korean II
- KOR-2001: Intermediate Korean I
- KOR-2002: Intermediate Korean II
- KOR-2691: Intens Intermed KOR I
- KOR-3001: Advanced Korean I
- KOR-3002: Advanced Korean II
- KOR-3813: Special Topics: Korean Conversation and Culture
- KOR-3813: Special Topics: RKO
- KOR-3833: Special Topics
- KOR-4060: Media and Public Culture
- KOR-4150: Kor Comm Servc Learning
- KOR-4699: Undergraduate Research: Undergraduate Research
- KOR-4813: Special Topics: Research Methods in Language
- KOR-8803: Special Topics: Media Analysis in Korean
- Media, Culture, and Debate in Korean
- The Phonetics and Phonology of South Kyungsang Korean Tones.
- Service-Learning in Language for Specific Purposes: A Case of Korean Language Practicum
In: Global Advances in Business Communication [Peer Reviewed]
- Exploring media curation and sociocultural competence in asynchronous language courses
In: The Korean Language in America [Peer Reviewed]
Date: July 2021
- Hyper-articulation effects in Korean glides by heritage language learners
In: International Journal of Bilingualism [Peer Reviewed]
Date: February 2021
- A phonetic study of Korean heritage learners' production in Korean word-initial stop
In: Heritage Language Journal [Peer Reviewed]
Date: December 2019
- Enhancement effects of clear speech and word-initial position in Korean glides.
In: The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America [Peer Reviewed]
- Hyperarticulated production of Korean glides by age group.
In: Interspeech [Peer Reviewed]
- Degree and direction of foreign accent in L2 and L3 Korean speech
In: International Congress of phonetic Sciences [Peer Reviewed]
- Effects of fundamental frequency and duration variation on the perception of South Kyungsang Korean tones.
In: Language and Speech [Peer Reviewed]
- Language-Specific Phonology of Heritage Perception: The Case of Korean Intervocalic Stops
In: The Phonetics and Phonology of Heritage Languages [Peer Reviewed]
Date: July 2023
- A Guide to Synchronous Online Language Teaching.
In: Curriculum Design and Praxis in Language Teaching: A Globally Informed Approach [Peer Reviewed]
- Effects of native language phonetic system on production of Korean stops
In: Harvard Studies in Korean Linguistics XIV, pp.185-199. Cambridge, MA:Harvard-Yenching Institute.