Lucien Brown

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  • Name: Lucien Brown
  • Nationality: United States
  • Affiliation: University of Oregon


  • 09/2004 – 10/2008 School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London
    PhD Korean Language Research, Department of the Languages and Cultures of Japan and Korea
  • 2003 – 09/2004 School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London
    MA with Distinction in Korean Studies, Department of the Languages and Cultures of Japan and Korea
  • 09/1994 – 09/1997 University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK BA English Studies, Department of English and American Studies


  • 09/2011-PRESENT University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403, USA

Assistant Professor, Korean Linguistics

  • 10/2008 – 08/2011 School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG, UK

Full-time Research Fellow, Centre of Korean Studies Part-time Teaching Fellow (Instructor), Department of Japan and Korea Part-time Korean Instructor, Language Centre


  • Brown, L. (2011a). Korean Honorifics and Politeness in Second Language Learning. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Brown, L and Yeon, J. (eds.) (2015a). The Handbook of Korean Linguistics. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell. Yeon, J. and Brown, L. (2011). Korean: A Comprehensive Grammar. London: Routledge
  • Brown, L. and Cheek, E. (forthcoming). Gender Identity in a Second Language: The Use of First Person Pronouns by Male Learners of Japanese. Journal of Language, Identity and Education.
  • Brown, L. (2015). Revisiting “polite” –yo and “deferential” –supnita speech style shifting in Korean from the viewpoint of indexicality. Journal of Pragmatics, 79: 43-59.
  • Brown, L. (2014). An Activity-Theoretic Study of Agency and Identity in the Study Abroad Experiences of a Lesbian Non-Traditional Learner of Korean. Applied Linguistics. [published advanced access; yet to be assigned issue number].
  • Kim, E. and Brown, L. (2014). Negotiating Pragmatic Competence in Computer Mediated Communication: The Case of Korean Address Terms. CALICO Journal, 31(3).
  • Brown, L., Winter, B., Idemaru, K., and Grawunder, S. (2014). Phonetics and Politeness: Perceiving Korean Honorific and Non-Honorific Speech through Phonetic Cues. Journal of Pragmatics 66: 45-60.
  • Brown, L. (2013). “Oppa, hold my purse”: A Sociocultural Study of Identity and Indexicality in the Perception and Use of Oppa ‘Older Brother’ by Second Language Learners. The Korean Language in America 18: 1 - 22.
  • Brown, L. and Iwasaki, N. (2013). Cross-Linguistic Influence in the L2 Acquisition of Korean Case Particles by Japanese-Speaking and English-Speaking Learners: L1-L2 Proximity and Learner Perceptions. Electronic Journal of Foreign Language Teaching, 10(2): 176-195.
  • Brown, L. (2013). “Mind your own esteemed business”: Sarcastic Honorifics Use and Impoliteness in Korean TV Dramas. Journal of Politeness Research, 9(2): 159-186.
  • Brown, L. (2013). Teaching ‘Casual’ and/or ‘Impolite’ Language through Multimedia: The Case of Non-Honorific Panmal Speech Styles in Korean. Language, Culture and Curriculum, 26(1): 1-18.
  • Brown, L. (2012). The Use of Visual/Verbal and Physical Mnemonics in the Teaching of Korean Hangul Writing Systems Research, 4(1): 72-90.
  • Brown, L. (2010). Politeness and Second Language Learning: The Case of Korean Speech Styles. Journal of Politeness Research, 6(2): 243-270.
  • Brown, L. (2010). Questions of Appropriateness and Authenticity in the Representation of Korean Honorifics in Textbooks for Second Language Learners. Language, Culture and Curriculum, 23(1): 35-50.
  • Brown, L and Yeon, J. (2010). Hangukǒ haksŭpcha-dŭl-ŭi tongsa sijesang sŭptŭk yangsang-e taehan silhǒmjǒk yǒngu: Chinhaenghyǒng “-ko issta”-rŭl chungshim-ŭro [Experimental Research into the Phases of Acquisition of Korean Tense-Aspect: Focusing on the Progressive Marker “-ko issta”], Journal of Korean Language Education, 21(1): 151-174.
  • Brown, L. (2010). Observations on Korean and Japanese Speech Style Shifting. Journal of Korean Culture, 14: 65-102.
  • Brown, L. (2008). Contrasts between Japanese and Korean Honorifics. Rivista degli Studi Orientali, 81: 369-386.
  • Brown, L. (2008). “Normative” and “Strategic” Honorifics Use in Interactions Involving Speakers of Korean as a Second Language. Archiv Orientalni, 76: 269-297.