조숙자 Sookja Cho
- Name: 조숙자 SOOKJA CHO
- Nationality: United States
- Affiliation: Arizona State University
- Aug. 2010 Washington University, Chinese and Comparative (Korean) Literature, St. Louis, MO Ph.D.
- Aug. 2004 Seoul National University, Chinese Language & Literature, Seoul, Korea Ph.D.
- Feb. 1997 Seoul National University, Chinese Language & Literature, Seoul, Korea M.A.
- Feb. 1995 Ewha Womans University, Chinese Language & Literature, Seoul, Korea B.A. Magna Cum Laude
- 2010–Present Assistant Professor, Honors Faculty, School of International Letters and Cultures, Arizona State University
- 2011–2014 Coordinator, Certificate in Korean Studies, School of International Letters and Cultures, Arizona State University
- 2008–2009 Senior Teaching Fellow, Department of Asian and Near Eastern Languages and Literatures, Washington University in St. Louis
- 1999–2002 Lecturer, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea / Korea National Open University, Seoul, Korea / Kangnŭng National University, Kangnŭng, Korea
- 1997–2000 Administrative Assistant, Bureau of International Exchange Affairs, Dongguk University, Seoul, Korea
- Co-translated, Chungguk kodae kŭkchang sa [The History of Chinese Traditional Theatre], Seoul: Sol Press, 2007; The original is Zhongguo gudai juchang shi, written by Liao Ben, Zhengzhou: Zhongzhou guji, 1997
- Transforming Gender and Emotion: Butterfly Lovers Story in China and Korea (monograph currently under review at a university press for publication)
- The Tale of Cho Ung: Romance of Vengeance and Loyalty in Chosŏn Korea (translation and narrative analysis) (book project sponsored by Literature Translation Institute of Korea; to be submitted to a university press by April 2016)
- Intellectual Quest and Utopian Imagination: Landscaping 13th–17th Century Korean Literature in a Transnational Context (monograph in progress)
- “Gender Equality and the Practice of Virtue: A Comparison between the Images of Women in the Samguk sagi [History of the Three Kingdoms, Korea] and the Lienü zhuan [Biographies of Exemplary Women],” Studies on Asia: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Asian Studies V no. 1 (2016): 17–49 (refereed article)
- “Within and Between Cultures: The Liang-Zhu Narratives in Local Korean Cultures,” Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 74.2 (December 2014): 207–248 (refereed article)
- “The Physical and Emotional Distance of ‘Seeing you off Eighteen-li: Aesthetics of Parting and Poetics of Space in Liang Shanbo and Zhu Yingtai,” Proceeding of International Conference “Onstage and Off: Space, Text, and Performance in Chinese Literature,” Arizona State University, 2012
- “Gudai nüxing de siwang de yingzi,” in Dongya nüxing de qiyuan-cong nüxing zhuyi jiaodu jiexi Lienü zhuan, edited by Chŏng Jaesŏ. Beijing: Renmin Press, 2005, 210–242 (translated by Cui Lihong; a Chinese version of my 2001 article)
- “San’ga e nat’anan myŏngdae min’ganin ŭi sarang” [Commoners’ Love in Mountain Songs in the Ming period], The Journal of Chinese Literature 37 (2002): 147–168 (refereed article)
- “Kodae yŏin ŭi chugŭm kwa kŭ kŭrimja” [The Death of an Ancient Woman and its Shadow], The Journal of Chinese Language and Literature 9.1 (2001): 473–509 (refereed article)
- “A Brief Study on the Images of Women in The Book of Odes,” Ihwa Hyŏngwŏn 6 (1994): 42–79 (refereed article)