Professor Jieun Kiaer
Young Bin Min-KF Professor of Korean Linguistics, Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
Professor Jieun Kiaer is the Young Bin Min-KF Professor of Korean Linguistics in the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Oxford.
Research interests include Hallyu (Korean Wave), language learning, sound and gesture, AI language and linguistics, Asian perspective: translation, commentary and multilingualism, and culinary linguistics.
Professor Kiaer's latest publications include The Future of Syntax: Asian perspective in an AI age (Bloomsbury); The Language of Hallyu (Routledge); and Emoji Speak: Communication and Behaviours on Social Media (Bloomsbury).
- Korean Wave/Hallyu
- AI language/linguistics
- Korean language
- Emoji linguistics
- ChatGPT, large language model and language learning
- Korean translation
- Korean film/drama
- Jeju haenyeo
- Emoji Speak: Communication and Behaviours on Social Media (Bloomsbury, 2023)
- The Language of Hallyu (Routledge, 2023)
- Multimodal Communication in Young Multilingual Children: Learning Beyond Words (Multilingual Matters, 2023)
- Pragmatics in Korean and Japanese Translation (Routledge, 2022)
- Womanhood & Cooking in the Inner Chamber (LINCOM, 2022)
- Understanding Korean Film: A Cross-Cultural Perspective (Routledge, 2021)