Jerry Won Lee

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Associate Professor, English
School of Humanities
Associate Professor, Anthropology
School of Social Sciences
Associate Professor, Comparative Literature
School of Humanities
Associate Professor, East Asian Studies
School of Humanities
Associate Professor, Asian American Studies
School of Humanities
Director, Academic English
School of Humanities

Ph.D., The University of Arizona, 2014

Phone: +1 949 824 6712
Email: jwl@uci.edu

University of California, Irvine
335G Humanities Instructional Building (Office)
435 Humanities Instructional Building (Mailing)
Mail Code: 2650
Irvine, CA 92697
Research Interests
sociolinguistics of globalization, critical applied linguistics, cultural theory
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Publications
MONOGRAPH
1. Lee, Jerry Won. 2017. The Politics of Translingualism: After Englishes. New York: Routledge.

EDITED JOURNAL ISSUES
2. Christopher Jenks & Jerry Won Lee (eds.). Forthcoming 2020. “World Englishes and Translanguaging.” Special issue of World Englishes. 50%
1. Dovchin, Sender & Jerry Won Lee (eds.). 2019. “The Ordinariness of Translinguistics.” Special issue of International Journal of Multilingualism. 50%

EDITED COLLECTIONS
2. Lee, Jerry Won & Sender Dovchin (eds.). 2019. Translinguistics: Negotiating Innovation and Ordinariness. London: Routledge. 50%
1. Jenks, Christopher J. & Jerry Won Lee (eds.). 2017. Korean Englishes in Transnational Contexts. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. 50%

ARTICLES & BOOK CHAPTERS
A17. Sok, Sarah, Qian Du, & Jerry Won Lee. Forthcoming. “Materializing Assessment: Spatial Repertoires and Dialectic Proficiency Oral English Proficiency Examinations for International Teaching Assistants in the US.” International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism. 33%
A16. Du, Qian, Jerry Won Lee, & Sarah Sok. 2020. “Using China English, Creating Translingual Space.” World Englishes. 33%
BC7. Du, Qian, Ha Ram Kim, Jerry Won Lee, Karen Lenz, Neda Sahranavard, & Sarah Sok. Forthcoming. “With or without Translingualism.” Reconciling Translingualism & L2 Writing. Ed. Tony Silva & Zhaozhe Wang. London: Routledge. 50%
BC6. Lee, Jerry Won. Forthcoming. “Translation, Transliteration, Translingualization: On the Possibility of ‘Korea’ in the Linguistic Landscape.” Language and Country Branding. Ed. Johanna Tovar & Irene Theodoropoulou. London: Routledge.
BC5. Lee, Jerry Won & Christopher J. Jenks. Forthcoming. “Ideology, Identity, and World Englishes: Toward a Heteroglossic Paradigm.” Bloomsbury World Englishes. Vol III: Ideology. Ed. Rani Rubdy & Ruanni Tupas. London: Bloomsbury. 67%
BC4. Lee, Jerry Won & Suresh Canagarajah. Forthcoming. “Translingualism and World Englishes.” Bloomsbury World Englishes. Vol II: Language. Ed. Theresa Heyd & Britta Schneider. London: Bloomsbury. 67%
A15. Jenks, Christopher J. & Jerry Won Lee. Forthcoming. “Native Speaker Saviorism: A Racialized Teaching Ideology.” Critical Inquiry in Language Studies. 50%
A14. Jenks, Christopher J. & Jerry Won Lee. Forthcoming. “Birthright Englishes: Managing Chinese Identities while Using English in Hong Kong.” English Today. 33%
A13. Lee, Jerry Won. 2019. “From Ius Sanguinis to Ius Agendi: Insights from a Hongkonger Ethnolanguaging as Korean.” Journal of Multicultural Discourses. 100%
A12. Lee, Jerry Won & Jackie Jia Lou. 2019. “The Ordinary Semiotic Landscape of an Unordinary Place: Spatiotemporal Disjunctures in Incheon’s Chinatown.” International Journal of Multilingualism. 67%
BC3. Lee, Jerry Won. 2018. “Translingualism as Resistance against What and for Whom?” Critical Inquiries in the Sociolinguistics of Globalization. Ed. Sender Dovchin & Tyler Barrett. Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters.
A11. Lee, Jerry Won & Christopher J. Jenks. 2018. “Aestheticizing Language: Metapragmatic Distance and Unequal Englishes in Hong Kong.” Asian Englishes. 67%
A10. Lee, Jerry Won. 2017. “Semioscapes, Unbanality, and the Re-invention of Nationness: Global Korea as Nation-Space.” Verge: Studies in Global Asias 3, no. 1. 107-136. 100%
BC2. Lee, Jerry Won & Christopher J. Jenks. 2017. “Mapping Korean Englishes in Transnational Contexts.” Korean Englishes in Transnational Contexts. Ed. Christopher J. Jenks & Jerry Won Lee. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. 1-19. 50%
BC1. Alvarez, Sara P., Suresh Canagarajah, Eunjeong Lee, Jerry Won Lee, & Shakil Rabbi. 2017. “Translingual Practice, Ethnic Identities, and Voice in Writing.” Crossing Divides: Exploring Translingual Writing Pedagogies and Programs. Ed. Bruce Horner & Laura Tetrault. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press. 31-47. 20%
A9. Lee, Jerry Won & Christopher J. Jenks. 2016. “Doing Translingual Dispositions.” College Composition and Communication 68, no. 2. 317-344. 67%
A8. Jenks, Christopher J. & Jerry Won Lee. 2016. “Heteroglossic Ideologies in World Englishes: An Examination of the Hong Kong Context.” International Journal of Applied Linguistics 26, no. 3. 384-402. 33%
A7. Lee, Jerry Won. 2016. “Beyond Translingual Writing.” College English 79, no. 2. 174-195. 100%
A6. Lee, Jerry Won. 2016. “The Politics of Intentionality in Englishes: Provincializing Capitalization.” Critical Inquiry in Language Studies 13, no. 1. 46-71. 100%
A5. Lee, Jerry Won. 2014. “Transnational Linguistic Landscapes and the Transgression of Metadiscursive Regimes of Language.” Critical Inquiry in Language Studies 11, no. 1. 50-74. 100%
A4. Lee, Jerry Won. 2014. “Legacies of Japanese Colonialism in the Rhetorical Constitution of South Korean National Identity.” National Identities 16, no. 1. 1-13. 100%
A3. Lee, Jerry Won. 2013. “Rudy and the Hallucination of ‘Culture’ in James Joyce’s ULYSSES.” The Explicator 71, no. 4. 292-297. 100%
A2. Lee, Jerry Won. 2012. “Commodifying Colonial Histories: Korea vs. Japan and the Re/Productions of Colonial Violence in the World Baseball Classic.” Journal of Sport & Social Issues 36, no. 3. 231-244. 100%
A1. Lee, Jerry Won. 2012. “Capital, Class, and Representations of Isabel/la in Keats’s ISABELLA.” The Explicator 70, no. 3. 183-186. 100%
Other Experience
Assistant Professor
University of California, Irvine 2014—2018

Graduate Teaching Associate
The University of Arizona 2009—2014

Adjunct Lecturer
California State University, Long Beach 2008—2009

Last updated
07/24/2020