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01. Ajarn Donald Matthew Wagner

Ajarn Donald Matthew Wagner

โครงการอังกฤษ-อเมริกันศึกษา (British and American Studies)

 

Education

Research interests

Publications / Awards and Recognition

Contact info

Email : donald.m.wagner@gmail.com

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02. Ajarn Edward Charles Knuth

Ajarn Edward Charles Knuth

โครงการอังกฤษ-อเมริกันศึกษา (British and American Studies)

 

Education

Research interests

Publications / Awards and Recognition

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Email : edknuth@gmail.com, ednuth@gmail.com

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03. Ajarn Dr. Peter Hammond

Ajarn Dr. Peter Hammond

โครงการอังกฤษ-อเมริกันศึกษา (British and American Studies)

 

Education

MA, PhD University of Nottingham

Research interests

Race, class and culture

Publications / Awards and Recognition

Textbook, journal articles

Contact info

Email : pete.hammond@hotmail.co.uk

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04. Ajarn Stephen Adams

Ajarn Stephen Adams

โครงการอังกฤษ-อเมริกันศึกษา (British and American Studies)

 

Education

Research interests

Publications / Awards and Recognition

Contact info

Email : acharnadam@gmail.com

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05. ASST.PROF.DR. TOBIAS METZLER

Asst. Prof.  Dr. Tobias  Metzler

โครงการอังกฤษ-อเมริกันศึกษา (British and American Studies)

 

 

Education

PhD, University of Southampton, 2008

M.A., Free University of Berlin, 2004

 

Research interests

Global history, international relations, postcolonial theory, urban history, Jewish studies

 

Publications / Awards and Recognition

Selected publications:

Metzler, T. (2017). 'By the sacred ties of humanity and common decent': The Transnationalization of Modern Jewish History and its Discontents. In D. Gosewinkel & D. Rucht (Eds.), Transnational Struggles for Recognition (pp. 103-132). New York: Berghahn Books.

---- & Kongsak, S. (2016). Author-ities: Postcolonial challenges in J. M. Coetzee's Foe. Silpakorn University Journal of Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts, 15(3), 198-216.

---- (2016). Andere Räume: (Post)koloniale Perspektiven auf das Londoner Ghetto. Zeitschrift für Religions- und Geistesgeschichte, 68(4), 334-350.

---- (2014). Tales of Three Cities: Urban Jewish Cultures in London, Berlin, and Paris (c. 1880-1940). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.

---- (2012). Collecting Community. The Berlin Jewish Museums as Narrators Between Past and Present. Studies in Contemporary Jewry, XXVI, 55–79.

---- (2011). Secularization and Pluralism: Urban Jewish Cultures in Early Twentieth-Century Berlin. Journal of Urban History, 37(6), 871-896.

---- (2010). De Paris à Berlin via Londres: Réflexions sur l’histoire moderne des relations judéo-européennes. In H. Knörzer (Ed.), Expériences croisées: Juifs de France et d'Allemagne (pp. 87-110). Paris: Éditions de l’éclat.

 

Contact info

Email : tmetzler@tu.ac.th

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06. ผศ.ดร.ชานนท์ อัศนธรรม

Asst. Prof. Dr. Chanon  Adsanatham

โครงการอังกฤษ-อเมริกันศึกษา (British and American Studies)

 

Education

PhD (Rhetoric and Composition), Miami University, 2014; MA (Rhetoric and the Teaching of Writing), University of Colorado 2008; BA (English Literature) summa cum laude, University of Colorado, 2003

 

Research interests

comparative rhetoric, written communication in digital context, multimodality, the research and teaching of composition, qualitative and cross-cultural research methods

 

Publications / Awards and Recognition

Adsanatham, Chanon. “REDRES[ing] Rhetorica: A Methodological Proposal for Queering Cross-Cultural Rhetorical Studies.” Re/Orienting Writing Studies, edited by Will Banks, Matt Cox, and Caroline Dadas. Utah State UP., 2019.

Adsanatham, Chanon. “Bloody Rhetoric and Civic Unrest.” Advances in the History of Rhetoric, vol. 21, no. 3 2018, pp. 271-292.

Adsanatham, Chanon. “Building a Digital Counterpublic: Civic Affordances of

Twitter.”  Social Media in Asia: Changing Paradigms of Communication, edited by Azman Azwan Azawati and Rachel E. Khan. Cambridge Scholars P, 2016, pp. 130-153.

Adsanatham, Chanon. “Enticing Patriotism: Thai National Anthems and Elites’ Political Interests in the 1930s.” Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, vol. 17, 2015.

Reprinted in The Blooming Years, Prabprim P, 2017, pp. 481-487.

Adsanatham, Chanon. “An Interview with A/AAC Founder LuMing Mao.” Building a Community, Having a Home: A History of the Conference on College Composition and Communication Asian/Asian American Caucus, edited by Jennifer Lee Sano, Terese Guinsatao Monberg, and K. Hyoejin Yoon. Parlor P, 2017, pp. 79-86.

Adsanatham, Chanon, et al. “Intersecting Asian/American Rhetorical Studies and Feminisms.” Peitho, vol. 19, no. 1, 2017.

Adsanatham, Chanon, Bre Garrett and Aurora Matzke. “Re-Inventing Digital Delivery for Multimodal Composing: A Theory and Heuristic for Composition Pedagogy.” Computers and Composition, vol. 30 no. 4, 2013, pp. 315-331.

Adsanatham, Chanon, et al. “Going Multimodal: Programmatic, Curricular, and Classroom Change.” Multimodal Literacies and Emerging Genres, edited by Tracey Bowen and Carl Whithaus, U of Pittsburgh P, 2013. 282-312. 

Adsanatham, Chanon. “Integrating Assessment and Instruction: Using Student-Generated Grading Criteria to Evaluate Multimodal Digital Projects.” Computers and Composition, vol. 29, no. 2, 2012, pp. 152-174.

Adsanatham, Chanon. “Classical Rhetorical Thoughts: the Ancient Future of Writing Apprehension Treatment.” Thoughts, 2007, pp. 32-46.

Adsanatham, Chanon. “Using Digital Delivery Theory as a Heuristic for Multimodal Video Composing.” Kairos Praxis Wiki, vol. 16, no. 2, 2012.

 

Awards:

1) James Berlin Memorial Outstanding Dissertation Award (award for the best doctoral thesis in the field of Writing Studies in the U.S.A.)

2) Research and Scholarship Award, University of Maryland, 2016

 

Contact info

Email : chanon.a@arts.tu.ac.th

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