Dr. William Nichols is the Department Chair and an Associate Professor for the World Languages and Cultures department of Georgia State University. He received his PhD in Spanish from Michigan State University. His primary research interest focuses on exploring the perceptions of Spain’s modern identity through the interrelation between politics, cultural production and capitalism in contemporary peninsular literature and film as well as other forms of cultural expression like music and museum expositions.
He has published on diverse themes like detective fiction, corporate culture, tourism, food, genre, and globalization in such journals as the Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies, Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispanicos, Tabla Redonda, The Journal for the Study of Food and Society, and Symposium.
Dr. Shuai Li is Associate Professor of Chinese and Director of Undergrad Studies at Georgia State University.
Dr. Hakyoon Lee is an Assistant Professor of the Department of World Languages and Cultures at GSU. She is the coordinator of the Korean program.