Julie Ann Damron

Associate Professor, Korean Section Head, Asian & Near Eastern Languages

3085 JFSB


Curriculum Vitae

Research Areas:

Teaching Experience

Teaching and learning should be experiential and include extensive recall with a goal of increasing awareness of the social significance, universality, diversity, and complexity of linguistics and language. My goal in all classes is to teach students how to participate more ethically in linguistically diverse communities and conceptualize the value and portability of being able to navigate a new discourse.


As teaching faculty I am interested in research that relates directly to the improvement of my classes. This includes online learning, anxiety in the classroom, TA training, and enhancement.

Selected Publications

Damron, J & Baik, J. (2020). Easy Korean. Vermont: Tuttle Publishing (forthcoming).

Damron, J. & Yoo, E. (2019). Korean Stories for Language Learners. Hong Kong: Tuttle Publishing.

Damron, J. & Moran, P. (2018). Lexicarry (Korean). Brattleboro, VT: Prolingua.

Damron, J. (2014). Teaching in The U.S. A Guide for International Educators. Brattleboro, VT: Prolingua.

“Student Binge Studying, Recall, and Success in a Blended Korean Class.” Selected chapter in a featured collection of relevant topics for online learning amid COVID-19 challenges, IGI Global’s New K-12 Online Learning E-Book Collection, June 2020.

“Student Binge Studying, Recall, and Success in a Blended Korean Class.” (2019). Originally published in In F.A. Castillo (Ed.), Recent Tools for Computer- and Mobile-Assisted Foreign Language Learning (pp. 229-248). Spain: IGI Global Press.


I have served as the Korean Section Head for many years. This is probably my biggest, most time-consuming, and rewarding citizenship activity. Academic service is important to me because it offers me a chance to interact with other colleagues with who I normally might not meet or interact with.

Citizenship assignments


ANEL, Section Head. 2015-present.

Humanities+ Fellow,
BYU College of Humanities, 2020-2021

President, Faculty Women’s Association
Brigham Young University, 2019-2020.

Coordinator, Humanities College Curriculum and Assessment Committee, 2019-present.

Chair (Organizer), Faculty Women’s Association Annual Spring Retreat
Brigham Young University, 2019.

Asia FLAS Review Committee
Brigham Young University, 2018, 2019.

President-Elect, Faculty Women’s Association
Brigham Young University, 2018-2019.

Advisory Committee Second Language Teaching Masters (SLaT)
Brigham Young University, College of Humanities 2018-present.


American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACFL), Distance Education SIG, 2019-2021.

Invited Delegate
American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACFL), Assembly of Delegates, 2020.

“The Cambridge Handbook of Korean Language and Linguistics,” 2019.

Office Hours
MW 12:00-12:50PM
3085 JFSB