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Schonberg Wins Award at Bangkok Conference

June 20, 2014

Dr. Jeff Schonberg, professor of English, has been awarded the “Best Research Paper” in Language, Literature, and Linguistics at the 3rd Annual International Conference of the Global Science and Technology Forum held in Bangkok, Thailand, June 9-10, 2014.

Dr. Schonberg’s paper, which he delivered at the conference, titled “Discursive Competition: Narrative Tensions in Chinese Literacy and Socio-Religious Discourse” was also published in the conference proceedings.

Dr. Schonberg’s research interests include:

  • Classical and Contemporary Rhetorical Theory
  • Historical and Syntax-focused Linguistics
  • Cultural Studies
  • Asian and American Southwest Archeology
  • Ethnography

He teaches courses in linguistics, composition, and world literature, and he is the coordinator of the English Language Learning and Linguistics program in the Department of English and Modern Languages.


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