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PUBLICATIONS (2000-2011)

I. Scholarly Books and Monographs

Beautiful Chaos: Chaos Theory and Metachaotics in Recent American Fiction. (Albany: State University Press of New York, 2000). 235pp.

Teaching Abroad: The Cross-Cultural Classroom and International Education. (Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong Press, 2007 and Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2007). 220pp.


II. Editions

Co-edited with Janette Ryan, International Education and the Chinese Learner. Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong Press, 2010.

Co-edited with Stacilee Ford, Hit the Road, Jack: the History and Culture of the Road. Accepted. McGill-Queens University Press.  Anticipated publication date 2011, 2012

III. Chapters in Books 

“Native and Women’s Space[s] in Erdrich’s Tracks.” In Gender Outlook on Gender Issues. Ed. Amporn Srisermbhok. Bangkok, Thailand: Srinakharinwirot University Press, 2000, 315-334.

“The Exotic and Oriental as Decoy: Raymond Chandler’s The Big Sleep.” In Before and After Suzie: Hong Kong in Western Film and Literature. Eds. Thomas Y. T. Luk and James Rice. Hong Kong: The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2002, 161-184.

“JFK: The President of Pop,” John F. Kennedy: The Man and the Myth. Ed. Agnieszka Graff. Warsaw: American Studies Center—Warsaw University, 2004, 81-89.

"Same Same: Cultural Studies and American Studies in Hong Kong." Cultural Studies in Asia. Ed. Seong-kon Kim and Alec Gordon. Seoul: Seoul National University Press, 2004: 143-56.

“The Bullet or the Ballot: Do the Right Thing and Smoke.” Conference Proceedings of The American Studies Conference—United States in Times of Peace and War. Ed. Zhou Baodi. Kunming University, China 2005.

“Little Cause(s) for Celebration: American Women, ‘Domestic Policy,’ and International Relations.” Bonds Across Borders: Women, China, and International Relations in the Modern World. Ed. Priscilla Roberts and He Peiqun. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007. 224-239.

“‘Transnationalism and America’: The Lingnan Foundation, and Innovative Teaching in China,” Bridging the Sino-American Divide: American Studies with Chinese Characteristics. Ed. Priscilla Roberts. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007. 105-117.

“Spike Lee, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X: The Politics of Domination and Difference.” In I Sing the Body Politic: History as Prophecy in Contemporary American Literature. Ed. Peter Swirski. Montreal: McGill-Queens U Press. 2009. 113-148.

With Tim Blackmore, Nicholas Ruddick, David Rampton, Peter Swirski, and Michael Zeitlin. “History Repeats Itself Repeats Itself.” In I Sing the Body Politic: History as Prophecy in Contemporary American Literature . Ed. Peter Swirski. Montreal: McGill-Queens U Press. 2009. 3-11.

“Introduction.” In International Education and the Chinese Learner. Eds. Janette Ryan and Gordon Slethaug. Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong Press. 2010. 1-12.

“Something Happened While Nobody Was Looking: The Growth of International Education and the Chinese Learner.” In International Education and the Chinese Learner. Eds. Janette Ryan and Gordon Slethaug. Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong Press. 2010. 15-36.

“Cross-Cultural Team-Teaching in China: A Retrospective View.” In Understanding China’s Education Reform: Creating Cross Cultural Knowledge, Pedagogies and Dialogue. Ed. Janette Ryan. London: Routledge, 2010. 22pp.

Reprint:  “Multivocal Narration and Cultural Negotiation: Dorris’s A Yellow Raft in Blue Water and Cloud Chamber.” Native American Writing. Ed. A. Robert Lee (London and New York: Routledge, 2011).

“Postmodern Masculinities in Recent Buddy and Solo Road Films,” Hit the Road, Jack: the History and Culture of the Road. Eds. Gordon E. Slethaug and Stacilee Ford. 37 pp. Accepted by McGill-Queens University Press. Anticipated publication 2011, 2012

“Historicizing the Road and Mapping the Trope,” Hit the Road, Jack: the History and Culture of the Road. Eds. Gordon E. Slethaug and Stacilee Ford. 20 pp.  Accepted by McGill-Queens University Press. Anticipated publication 2011, 2012.

With Stacilee Ford: “Introduction,” Hit the Road, Jack: the History and Culture of the Road. Eds. Stacilee Ford and Gordon E. Slethaug. 10 pp. Accepted by McGill-Queens University Press. Anticipated publication 2011, 2012


IV. Refereed Articles

“From Auster to Wang: Postmodern Indeterminacy, “auggie wren’s christmas story,” and SMOKE,” Literature and Aesthetics 10 (November 2000), 127-146.

“‘Performing for an Audience’ or ‘Circling the Wagons:’” The Pedagogy of East and West,” Journal of Northeastern University: Social Science (China) 3 (September 2001), 73-4.

“American Studies and the Pedagogy of East and West,” Journal of American Studies (Korea) 33:2 (Winter 2001), 149-164.

“Chaotics and Many Degrees of Freedom in John Guare’s Six Degrees of Separation,” American Drama 11:1 (Winter 2002), 73-93.

“Same Same? Cultural Studies and American Studies in Hong Kong,” 21st Century Literature (Korea) 17 (Spring 2002), 35-45.

“‘The “blanketing” effect of ordinary language’: Donald Barthelme’s Snow White and American Myths,” Journal of American Studies 32:2 (Winter 2002), 303-319.

“Hurricanes and Fires: Chaotics in Sherman Alexie’s Smoke Signals and The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven,” Literature/Film Quarterly 31:2 (2003), 130-40.

“Daring to Be Different: Interdisciplinary Study and Team-Teaching in the Cross-Cultural Classroom,” The Journal of Teaching English Literature 7:1 (2003), 193-208.

“Class, Ethnicity, Race, and Economic Opportunity: the Idea of Order in Scorcese’s Gangs of New York and Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing.” Journal of American Studies. 40.1 (Spring 2008): 149-183.

“‘As Rich as Rockefeller’: Wealth and Worthiness in New York City.” American Studies. 33.1 (May 2010): 143-166.

“‘Roads for Traveling Souls’: Spirituality and the American Road.” Cross-Cultural Studies. (Center for Cross-Cultural Studies, Kyung Hee University, Korea) 20 (2010): 347-370.

ADDRESSES AND CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

I. Invited and Keynote Addresses

“Performing for an Audience or Circling the Wagons: The Pedagogy of East and West,” Taiwan, May 2000.

“The Representation of Nature in American Culture,” Northeastern University, Shenyang, China, November 2000.

“Chaos Theory and Sherman Alexie’s “Every Little Hurricane,” Northeastern University, Shenyang, China, November 2000.

Introductory Keynote Address: “East and West in the Hong Kong Classroom,” Northeastern University, Shenyang, China, May 2001.

“Nature in American Art and Literature,” Xi’an Foreign Languages University, Xi’an China, May 2001.

“Teaching the American City at the University of Hong Kong.” Conference on Culture and Environment in Urban Contexts: Beijing, Hong Kong and New York. Joint Conference of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Tsinghua University, and the Hong Kong-American Center, Hong Kong, May 2001.

“Donald Barthelme’s Snow White and American Myths.” Department of English and Danish, Syddansk Universitet, Kolding, Denmark, May 2002.

“Fiction to Film and the Cross-Cultural Classroom.” Department of English, University of Aarhus, Denmark, October 2003.

Keynote Address: “Little Cause(s) for Celebration: American Women, “Domestic Policy,” and International Relations.” International Conference on Women and International Relations, Fudan University, Shanghai, China, October 2003.

“JFK: The President of Pop Culture.” JFK Seminar. Center for American Studies, University of Warsaw, November 2003.

“On the Road—American Culture and Literature.” University of Southern Denmark, Kolding, November, 2003.

“Larry Watson’s Montana, 1948—the Real and Fictive Montana.” Public Address, Amtgymnasium, Kolding, Denmark, December, 2003.

“Tribalization as Symptom: Scorcese’s Age of Innocence and Gangs of New York.” Conference on Hong/Hollywood at the Borders: Alternative Perspectives, Alternative Cinemas. Hong Kong and Macao, April, 2004.

“American Youth in the 1950s.” Lecture to History and Communication Students. Zhongshan campus, Sun Yat-Sen University. Guangzhou, China. April, 2004.

Keynote Address: “It All Begins with Education.” Conference on Internationalization and Exchange Programs. Kolding, Denmark. May, 2006.

Introductory Address: “Something Happened While No One Was Watching.” Symposium on International Teaching: the Chinese Learner. University of Hong Kong. March, 2007.

“Snow White’s Offspring: the Hyper-Palimpsest.” Department of Comparative Literature. University of Hong Kong. May 2008.

Concluding Address: “A Checklist: Assessing the Teaching of International Students.” Symposium on Internationalising Education: Challenges and Rewards. University of Southern Denmark. April, 2009.

Keynote Address: “The Transnationalism and America Project at SYSU: A Retrospective View.” Symposium on Internationalization, Teaching, Learning, and the Liberal Arts. Sun Yat-sen University, China. November, 2009.

“Building Community for International Students through Contextual Assessments.” New Trajectories in the Internationalization of Higher Education: Sharing Policies, Practices and Pedagogies. Monash University, Malaysia campus. November 2009.

Keynote Address: “Guys, Romantic Highways, and the Postmodern American Road Film.” Conference on Space, Place and Environment: Historical Approaches. University of Southern Denmark. March, 2010.

“The Architectural Iconography of New York City in the Twentieth Century.” Center for American Studies Seminar on New York City. University of Southern Denmark. March 2010. 

“The Model Minority Debate in the US.” American Studies Address. University of Hong Kong. December, 2010.

II. Adjudicated Papers

“Chaos Theory in Sherman Alexie’s The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven and Smoke Signals, Conference on Philosophy and Aesthetics, University of Sydney, Australia, June 2000.

“Orientalism and Gender in Raymond Chandler’s The Big Sleep,” Conference on Hong Kong in Western Literature and Cinema, The Hong Kong-America Center at The Chinese University, Hong Kong, May 2000.

“American Studies and the Pedagogy of East and West,” The 36th ASAK International Conference –"America in a Globalized World," Kookmin University, Incheon, Korea, September 2001.

“Chaotics and Many Degrees of Freedom in John Guare’s Six Degrees of Separation,” Experimenting and Sciences: the Second European Conference of the International Society for Literature and Science, University of Aarhus, Denmark, May 2002.

“Native Americans, the Automobile, and the Road: Louise Erdrich’s ‘Red Convertible’ and Sherman Alexie’s Smoke Signals. Automobility Conference, Keele University, September 2002.

“‘The “blanketing” effect of ordinary language’: Donald Barthelme’s Snow White and American Myths.” The 37th International Conference of the American Studies Association of Korea, Ewha Woman’s University, Seoul, October 2002.

“Tribalism as Symptom: Scorcese’s Age of Innocence and Gangs of New York.” Ninth Nordic Conference for English Studies. Århus, Denmark, May 2004.

“The Bullet or the Ballot: Do the Right Thing and Smoke.” (short version) The United States in Times of Peace and War: American Studies Conference. Kunming, China, June 2, 2005.

“The Bullet or the Ballot: Do the Right Thing and Smoke.” Thinking Film Symposium: University of Hong Kong. June 15, 2005.

“Lolita and Broken Flowers: Clues, Signs, and Referential Mania.” Conference on the Film Scene: Cinema, the Arts, and Social Change. University of Hong Kong, April, 2006.

“Class, Ethnicity, Race, and Economic Opportunity: the Idea of Order in Scorsese’s Gangs of New York and Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing. American Order: Crises and Changes—42nd Annual International Conference for the American Studies Association of Korea. October 2007.

”Lessons of Reading and Trust in Corporate Managed Learning Systems,” at the ESSE conference in Århus, Denmark, August 2008.
“‘Roads for Traveling Souls’: Spirituality and the American Road.” The International Festival of Sacred Arts. Delhi, India. February 2009

“Cross-Cultural Team Teaching in China: a Retrospective View.” Conference on China’s Education Reform: Radical Shifts and Their Implications. Keble College, University of Oxford. March 2009.

“‘As Rich as Rockefeller’: Wealth and Worthiness in New York City.” American Studies Institute Conference on Elites and Elitism in American Democracy. Seoul National University. Korea. November, 2009.


"Building Community and Developing Competencies in Entering a Foreign Discourse: Academic Writing for Graduate Students." ESSE Conference, Turin. Italy. August 2010.

With Jesilin Manjula. “Interpreting Malaysian Results in International Education Assessments. Sixth International Conference on Transnational Dialogues in Higher Education: Responding to the Needs of the Asian Learner in Higher Education. University of Portsmouth. September, 2010.

“The Model Minority and Education in the US.” American Studies Conference on America as Myth, America as Reality. Seoul, Korea. October, 2010.

Forskningsinformation

PUBLICATIONS (2000-2011)

I. Scholarly Books and Monographs

Beautiful Chaos: Chaos Theory and Metachaotics in Recent American Fiction. (Albany: State University Press of New York, 2000). 235pp.

Teaching Abroad: The Cross-Cultural Classroom and International Education. (Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong Press, 2007 and Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2007). 220pp.


II. Editions

Co-edited with Janette Ryan, International Education and the Chinese Learner. Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong Press, 2010.

Co-edited with Stacilee Ford, Hit the Road, Jack: the History and Culture of the Road. Accepted. McGill-Queens University Press. Anticipated publication date 2011, 2012

III. Chapters in Books

“Native and Women’s Space[s] in Erdrich’s Tracks.” In Gender Outlook on Gender Issues. Ed. Amporn Srisermbhok. Bangkok, Thailand: Srinakharinwirot University Press, 2000, 315-334.

“The Exotic and Oriental as Decoy: Raymond Chandler’s The Big Sleep.” In Before and After Suzie: Hong Kong in Western Film and Literature. Eds. Thomas Y. T. Luk and James Rice. Hong Kong: The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2002, 161-184.

“JFK: The President of Pop,” John F. Kennedy: The Man and the Myth. Ed. Agnieszka Graff. Warsaw: American Studies Center—Warsaw University, 2004, 81-89.

"Same Same: Cultural Studies and American Studies in Hong Kong." Cultural Studies in Asia. Ed. Seong-kon Kim and Alec Gordon. Seoul: Seoul National University Press, 2004: 143-56.

“The Bullet or the Ballot: Do the Right Thing and Smoke.” Conference Proceedings of The American Studies Conference—United States in Times of Peace and War. Ed. Zhou Baodi. Kunming University, China 2005.

“Little Cause(s) for Celebration: American Women, ‘Domestic Policy,’ and International Relations.” Bonds Across Borders: Women, China, and International Relations in the Modern World. Ed. Priscilla Roberts and He Peiqun. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007. 224-239.

“‘Transnationalism and America’: The Lingnan Foundation, and Innovative Teaching in China,” Bridging the Sino-American Divide: American Studies with Chinese Characteristics. Ed. Priscilla Roberts. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007. 105-117.

“Spike Lee, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X: The Politics of Domination and Difference.” In I Sing the Body Politic: History as Prophecy in Contemporary American Literature. Ed. Peter Swirski. Montreal: McGill-Queens U Press. 2009. 113-148.

With Tim Blackmore, Nicholas Ruddick, David Rampton, Peter Swirski, and Michael Zeitlin. “History Repeats Itself Repeats Itself.” In I Sing the Body Politic: History as Prophecy in Contemporary American Literature . Ed. Peter Swirski. Montreal: McGill-Queens U Press. 2009. 3-11.

“Introduction.” In International Education and the Chinese Learner. Eds. Janette Ryan and Gordon Slethaug. Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong Press. 2010. 1-12.

“Something Happened While Nobody Was Looking: The Growth of International Education and the Chinese Learner.” In International Education and the Chinese Learner. Eds. Janette Ryan and Gordon Slethaug. Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong Press. 2010. 15-36.

“Cross-Cultural Team-Teaching in China: A Retrospective View.” In Understanding China’s Education Reform: Creating Cross Cultural Knowledge, Pedagogies and Dialogue. Ed. Janette Ryan. London: Routledge, 2010. 22pp.

Reprint: “Multivocal Narration and Cultural Negotiation: Dorris’s A Yellow Raft in Blue Water and Cloud Chamber.” Native American Writing. Ed. A. Robert Lee (London and New York: Routledge, 2011).

“Postmodern Masculinities in Recent Buddy and Solo Road Films,” Hit the Road, Jack: the History and Culture of the Road. Eds. Gordon E. Slethaug and Stacilee Ford. 37 pp. Accepted by McGill-Queens University Press. Anticipated publication 2011, 2012

“Historicizing the Road and Mapping the Trope,” Hit the Road, Jack: the History and Culture of the Road. Eds. Gordon E. Slethaug and Stacilee Ford. 20 pp. Accepted by McGill-Queens University Press. Anticipated publication 2011, 2012.

With Stacilee Ford: “Introduction,” Hit the Road, Jack: the History and Culture of the Road. Eds. Stacilee Ford and Gordon E. Slethaug. 10 pp. Accepted by McGill-Queens University Press. Anticipated publication 2011, 2012


IV. Refereed Articles


“From Auster to Wang: Postmodern Indeterminacy, “auggie wren’s christmas story,” and SMOKE,” Literature and Aesthetics 10 (November 2000), 127-146.

“‘Performing for an Audience’ or ‘Circling the Wagons:’” The Pedagogy of East and West,” Journal of Northeastern University: Social Science (China) 3 (September 2001), 73-4.

“American Studies and the Pedagogy of East and West,” Journal of American Studies (Korea) 33:2 (Winter 2001), 149-164.

“Chaotics and Many Degrees of Freedom in John Guare’s Six Degrees of Separation,” American Drama 11:1 (Winter 2002), 73-93.

“Same Same? Cultural Studies and American Studies in Hong Kong,” 21st Century Literature (Korea) 17 (Spring 2002), 35-45.

“‘The “blanketing” effect of ordinary language’: Donald Barthelme’s Snow White and American Myths,” Journal of American Studies 32:2 (Winter 2002), 303-319.

“Hurricanes and Fires: Chaotics in Sherman Alexie’s Smoke Signals and The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven,” Literature/Film Quarterly 31:2 (2003), 130-40.

“Daring to Be Different: Interdisciplinary Study and Team-Teaching in the Cross-Cultural Classroom,” The Journal of Teaching English Literature 7:1 (2003), 193-208.

“Class, Ethnicity, Race, and Economic Opportunity: the Idea of Order in Scorcese’s Gangs of New York and Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing.” Journal of American Studies. 40.1 (Spring 2008): 149-183.

“‘As Rich as Rockefeller’: Wealth and Worthiness in New York City.” American Studies. 33.1 (May 2010): 143-166.

“‘Roads for Traveling Souls’: Spirituality and the American Road.” Cross-Cultural Studies. (Center for Cross-Cultural Studies, Kyung Hee University, Korea) 20 (2010): 347-370.

Addresses and Conference Presentations(2000-2011)

I. Invited and Keynote Addresses

“Performing for an Audience or Circling the Wagons: The Pedagogy of East and West,” Taiwan, May 2000.

“The Representation of Nature in American Culture,” Northeastern University, Shenyang, China, November 2000.

“Chaos Theory and Sherman Alexie’s “Every Little Hurricane,” Northeastern University, Shenyang, China, November 2000.

Introductory Keynote Address: “East and West in the Hong Kong Classroom,” Northeastern University, Shenyang, China, May 2001.

“Nature in American Art and Literature,” Xi’an Foreign Languages University, Xi’an China, May 2001.

“Teaching the American City at the University of Hong Kong.” Conference on Culture and Environment in Urban Contexts: Beijing, Hong Kong and New York. Joint Conference of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Tsinghua University, and the Hong Kong-American Center, Hong Kong, May 2001.

“Donald Barthelme’s Snow White and American Myths.” Department of English and Danish, Syddansk Universitet, Kolding, Denmark, May 2002.

“Fiction to Film and the Cross-Cultural Classroom.” Department of English, University of Aarhus, Denmark, October 2003.

Keynote Address: “Little Cause(s) for Celebration: American Women, “Domestic Policy,” and International Relations.” International Conference on Women and International Relations, Fudan University, Shanghai, China, October 2003.

“JFK: The President of Pop Culture.” JFK Seminar. Center for American Studies, University of Warsaw, November 2003.

“On the Road—American Culture and Literature.” University of Southern Denmark, Kolding, November, 2003.

“Larry Watson’s Montana, 1948—the Real and Fictive Montana.” Public Address, Amtgymnasium, Kolding, Denmark, December, 2003.

“Tribalization as Symptom: Scorcese’s Age of Innocence and Gangs of New York.” Conference on Hong/Hollywood at the Borders: Alternative Perspectives, Alternative Cinemas. Hong Kong and Macao, April, 2004.

“American Youth in the 1950s.” Lecture to History and Communication Students. Zhongshan campus, Sun Yat-Sen University. Guangzhou, China. April, 2004.

Keynote Address: “It All Begins with Education.” Conference on Internationalization and Exchange Programs. Kolding, Denmark. May, 2006.

Introductory Address: “Something Happened While No One Was Watching.” Symposium on International Teaching: the Chinese Learner. University of Hong Kong. March, 2007.

“Snow White’s Offspring: the Hyper-Palimpsest.” Department of Comparative Literature. University of Hong Kong. May 2008.

Concluding Address: “A Checklist: Assessing the Teaching of International Students.” Symposium on Internationalising Education: Challenges and Rewards. University of Southern Denmark. April, 2009.

Keynote Address: “The Transnationalism and America Project at SYSU: A Retrospective View.” Symposium on Internationalization, Teaching, Learning, and the Liberal Arts. Sun Yat-sen University, China. November, 2009.

“Building Community for International Students through Contextual Assessments.” New Trajectories in the Internationalization of Higher Education: Sharing Policies, Practices and Pedagogies. Monash University, Malaysia campus. November 2009.

Keynote Address: “Guys, Romantic Highways, and the Postmodern American Road Film.” Conference on Space, Place and Environment: Historical Approaches. University of Southern Denmark. March, 2010.

“The Architectural Iconography of New York City in the Twentieth Century.” Center for American Studies Seminar on New York City. University of Southern Denmark. March 2010.

“The Model Minority Debate in the US.” American Studies Address. University of Hong Kong. December, 2010.

II. Adjudicated Papers

“Chaos Theory in Sherman Alexie’s The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven and Smoke Signals, Conference on Philosophy and Aesthetics, University of Sydney, Australia, June 2000.

“Orientalism and Gender in Raymond Chandler’s The Big Sleep,” Conference on Hong Kong in Western Literature and Cinema, The Hong Kong-America Center at The Chinese University, Hong Kong, May 2000.

“American Studies and the Pedagogy of East and West,” The 36th ASAK International Conference –"America in a Globalized World," Kookmin University, Incheon, Korea, September 2001.

“Chaotics and Many Degrees of Freedom in John Guare’s Six Degrees of Separation,” Experimenting and Sciences: the Second European Conference of the International Society for Literature and Science, University of Aarhus, Denmark, May 2002.

“Native Americans, the Automobile, and the Road: Louise Erdrich’s ‘Red Convertible’ and Sherman Alexie’s Smoke Signals. Automobility Conference, Keele University, September 2002.

“‘The “blanketing” effect of ordinary language’: Donald Barthelme’s Snow White and American Myths.” The 37th International Conference of the American Studies Association of Korea, Ewha Woman’s University, Seoul, October 2002.

“Tribalism as Symptom: Scorcese’s Age of Innocence and Gangs of New York.” Ninth Nordic Conference for English Studies. Århus, Denmark, May 2004.

“The Bullet or the Ballot: Do the Right Thing and Smoke.” (short version) The United States in Times of Peace and War: American Studies Conference. Kunming, China, June 2, 2005.

“The Bullet or the Ballot: Do the Right Thing and Smoke.” Thinking Film Symposium: University of Hong Kong. June 15, 2005.

“Lolita and Broken Flowers: Clues, Signs, and Referential Mania.” Conference on the Film Scene: Cinema, the Arts, and Social Change. University of Hong Kong, April, 2006.

“Class, Ethnicity, Race, and Economic Opportunity: the Idea of Order in Scorsese’s Gangs of New York and Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing. American Order: Crises and Changes—42nd Annual International Conference for the American Studies Association of Korea. October 2007.

”Lessons of Reading and Trust in Corporate Managed Learning Systems,” at the ESSE conference in Århus, Denmark, August 2008.
“‘Roads for Traveling Souls’: Spirituality and the American Road.” The International Festival of Sacred Arts. Delhi, India. February 2009

“Cross-Cultural Team Teaching in China: a Retrospective View.” Conference on China’s Education Reform: Radical Shifts and Their Implications. Keble College, University of Oxford. March 2009.

“‘As Rich as Rockefeller’: Wealth and Worthiness in New York City.” American Studies Institute Conference on Elites and Elitism in American Democracy. Seoul National University. Korea. November, 2009.


"Building Community and Developing Competencies in Entering a Foreign Discourse: Academic Writing for Graduate Students." ESSE Conference, Turin. Italy. August 2010.

With Jesilin Manjula. “Interpreting Malaysian Results in International Education Assessments. Sixth International Conference on Transnational Dialogues in Higher Education: Responding to the Needs of the Asian Learner in Higher Education. University of Portsmouth. September, 2010.

“The Model Minority and Education in the US.” American Studies Conference on America as Myth, America as Reality. Seoul, Korea. October, 2010.

Publikationer 2009 2013

The Danish Educational Tradition: Multiple Heritages and International Challenges and 'conversation

Vinther, J. & Slethaug, G., 2013, Researching Intercultural Learning. Cortazzi, M. & Jin, L. (red.). London and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, s. 58-77 19 s.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/konference-proceedingBidrag til bog/antologiForskningpeer review

The challenges of multi-lingualism for international students in Denmark

Vinther, J. & Slethaug, G., 9. aug. 2012, Cross-Cultural Teaching and Learning for Home and International Students: Internationalisation of Pedagogy and Curriculum in Higher Education. Ryan, J. (red.). London: Routledge

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/konference-proceedingBidrag til bog/antologiForskningpeer review

A Checklist: Assessing the Teaching of International Students."

Slethaug, G., 2011. 15 s.

Publikation: Konferencebidrag uden forlag/tidsskriftPaperForskningpeer review

Cross-cultural Team Teaching in China: A Retrospective View: a Retrospective View

Slethaug, G., 2011, China's Higher Education Reform and Internationalisation: Creating Cross Cultural Knowledge, Pedagogies and Dialogue. Ryan, J. (red.). London and New York: Routledge, s. 87-103 17 s.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/konference-proceedingBidrag til bog/antologiForskning

'As Rich as Rockefeller': Wealth and Worthiness in New York City

Slethaug, G., maj 2010, I : American Studies. 33, 1, s. 143-166 24 s.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskriftTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

Aktiviteter 2004 2009

  • 2 Bestyrelsesarbejde i virksomhed, forening eller organisation

Global Network on Staff and Student Mobility and Best Practices in International Teaching (Ekstern organisation)

Gordon Slethaug (Medlem)
1. jan. 2009 → …

Aktivitet: MedlemskabBestyrelsesarbejde i virksomhed, forening eller organisation

Transnationalism and America network (Ekstern organisation)

Gordon Slethaug (Medlem)
1. sep. 2004 → …

Aktivitet: MedlemskabBestyrelsesarbejde i virksomhed, forening eller organisation