51st Annual Meeting
Furman University
Greenville, South Carolina
January 13-15, 2012


For information please contact the Program Chair:
       
Dr. Krista Van Fleit Hang
Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
1620 College St.
Welsh Humanities Office Building 617
The University of South Carolina
Columbia, SC 29208
Phone: (803) 777-2644
vanfleithang@.sc.edu


Hyatt Regency
Greenville, South Carolina

Room numbers and additional information will be updated shortly.
TIME
PANELS, WORKSHOPS, EVENTS
Room Numbers
(In Hyatt unless noted)
January 13 (Friday)
4:00-7:00 pm
Registration Begins

4:00-6:00 pm
Executive Committee Meeting

6:00-7:00 pm
Reception
Peace Center
7:00-7:30 pm

7:30 pm
Pre-Screening Talk: Harry Kuoshu, Furman University
FILM SCREENING:  Last Train Home, a film by Lixin Fan
Peace Center--
Gunter Theatre
January 14 (Saturday)
8:00 am-5:00 pm
Registration

8:15-10:00 am
Session 1
1. Imperial Chinese Fiction
2. Gender and Power Relations in 21st Century Northeast Asian Popular Culture
3. Identity in Korea: Sexuality, Ethnicity, Music
4. Cats and Dogs in Japanese Literature and Culture
5. Concepts in Early Philosophy and Religion
6. Politics in Taiwan
Workshop for K-12 Educators-SCCTA

10:00-10:15 am
Break

10:15am-12:00 pm

Session 2
7. Representation and Renascence in the Religious Architecture of Western India
8. The Social Function of Imagery in Architecture, Painting, Literature, and Illustration of Traditional China
9. Masculinity in China
10. Japanese Appropriations of Chinese Literary Motifs during the Heian Period
11. Sino-Japanese War
12. Energy and Political Philosophy in Asia
13. Chinese Fiction in the Late Ming Era
Workshop for K-12 Educators –SCCTA

12:00-1:25 pm
SEC/AAS Luncheon & Annual Business Meeting

1:30-2:45 pm
AAS President’s Address
The Girl Who Burned the Banknotes: Gender, Memory, and Socialism in Rural China.
Gail Hershatter, University of California, Santa Cruz

3:00-4:45 pm

Session 3
14. Cyborgs, Beauty Queens, and Onnagata: Undoing Gender in Modern Japan
15. Values, Politics, and Identity in Indian Culture
16. Asian American Immigration  
17. The Precariousness of Freedom in Modern Japan, 1880s – 1910s
18. Masters in Chinese Art History
19. Women in China
20. Communist Party Leadership and China’s Global Influence

4:45-5:00 pm
Break

5:00-6:30 pm
Keynote Speech: 
Bodymind Education and The Place of Peace.
David Shaner, Herring Professor of Philosophy and Asian Studies, Furman University

6:30-8:00 pm
Reception

January 15 (Sunday)
7:30-8:30 am
Executive Committee Meeting

8:30-10:15 am

Session 4
21. SERAS Drop-In Session
22. War and Conflict
23. Is Dharma Dead?  Buddhism in the Modern World
24. Chinese Film
25. Technologies of Nationalism in a Modernizing China
26. Choices and Canon in Japanese Literature
27. Chinese Art History
28. Indian Culture around the Globe

10:15-10:30 am
Break

10:30-12:15 pm

Session 5
29. Adaptation in Japanese Visual Culture
30. China and Vietnam: Religion, Literature, Exchange
31. Foreigners in Asia
32. Chinese Literature: Storytelling, Reportage and Translation
33. Linguistics and Language Pedagogy
34. South Asian Literature and History
35. Foreign Influence In Chinese History
36. Roundtable: Interdisciplinary Approaches to India Study Away


Detailed Program of Panels and Events


Friday, January 13, 2012
Hyatt Regency


4:00-7:00 pm: Registration

6:00 -7:00 pm:  Reception

Welcoming Remarks
Harry Kuoshu
President, Southeast Conference of the Association for Asian Studies
Furman University

7:00-7:30 pm:    Pre-Screening Talk: Harry Kuoshu, Furman University
7:00 pm:  Film Screening:   Last Train Home
Peace Center for Performing Arts, Gunter Theatre

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Saturday, January 14, 2011

Hyatt Regency

1st Panel Session: 8:15 – 10:00 am

Panel 1:  Imperial Chinese Fiction

“Dramas in the Dream of the Red Chamber
Yang Zhao, University of Georgia

“Fortune as Patriarchy in Troilus and Criseyde and Dream of the Red Chamber"
Tuan Jung Chang, University of Georgia

“Swallow-Chinned and Bee-Eyed: The Body and Ethical Judgment in The Tale of Wei Zhongxian: A Condemnation of Villainy”
Mei Chun, Independent Scholar

“Writing the Examinations in Late Imperial Chinese Fiction: The Outcast Strikes Back”
Liangyan Ge, Notre Dame

Chair: Yun Zhu, University of South Carolina

Panel 2: Gender and Power Relations in 21st Century Northeast Asian Popular Culture

“Between the Walking Wounded and the Inspired Rebel: The U.S. Military, Anticolonial Discourses, and Nationalism in Contemporary South Korean Cinema”
Ju-Hwan Kim, Emory University

“Post-Bubble Warriors: The Samurai in Recent Japanese Cinema”
Mark Ravina, Emory University

“Falling in Love with History: Otome and Gaming in Japan”
Kazumi Haseagwa, Emory University

Chair: Kate Kaup, Furman University

Panel 3:  Identity in Korea: Sexuality, Ethnicity, Music


“Socio-Linguistic Identity of Zainichi Koreans”
Paul Joseph Capobianco, Seton Hall University

“Clandestinity: Coming Out in South Korea”
Timothy Gitzen, Georgia State University

“East/West Confluence in Isang Yun’s Glissees for Solo Cello
John W. Turner, High Point University

Chair: Daniel A. Metraux, Mary Baldwin College

Panel 4:  Cats and Dogs in Japanese Literature and Culture

“In Search of Missing Cats: Murakami Haruki’s Cat Novels”
Chiaki Takagi, UNC Greensboro

“Human-Dog Relations in Japan”
Reiko Itoh, Illinois College

“The Struggle for a New Modern Self in Ryu Murakami’s Coin Locker Babies
Maxim Brown, University of Georgia

“Nihei Tsutomu and the Horror of Biology”
Keith Leslie Johnson, Augusta State University

Chair: Cheryl Crowley, Emory University

Panel 5:  Concepts in Early Philosophy and Religion

“Knowledge – Zhidao – in Ancient Chinese Philosophy”
John S. Peale, Longwood University

“Becoming One with the Tao: Meditation in the Tao-te-ching
E. Leslie Williams, Clemson University

“Chilly like Autumn, Balmy Like Spring: The True Man and the Process of Heaven”
Tyler Ray, College of Charleston

“’Hey did you notice, I taught the Lotus’: Reflections on teaching the Lotus Sutra
John M. Tompson, Christopher Newport University

Chair: Dongming Zhang, Furman University

Panel 6:  Politics in Taiwan

“The Change of Clientelism in Taiwan”
Chin-shou Wang, National Cheng Kung University

“Prospect of ASEAN Lead Role in East Asian Multilateral Cooperation”
Jan Vincent P. Galas, Far Eastern University

“The Formation and Development of ASEAN Community: Taiwan’s Opportunities, Challenges, and Strategies”
Jenn-Jaw Soong, National Cheng Kung University

Chair: James Whelan, University of South Carolina

10:00-10:15 am   Break

2nd Panel Session: 10:15 – 12:00 pm

Panel 7: Representation and Renascence in the Religious Architecture of Western India

“What Lies Beneath?  The Façade of a Maratha Samadhi Temple”
Cathleen Cummings, Assistant Professor

“Vandalism or Pious Renovation:  Reconsidering Buddhist Votive Art at the Western Caves”
Nicolas Morrissey, Assistant Professor, University of Georgia

“Persistent Architecture:  Sectarianism and Identity at Buddhist Cave Sites”
David Efurd, Assistant Professor, Wofford College

Chair:  David Efurd

Panel 8: The Social Function of Imagery in Architecture, Painting, Literature, and Illustration of Traditional China

“Screening the Chinese Interior: Concealing, Layering, and Illusion”
Wei-Cheng Lin, UNC-Chapel Hill

“The Hidden Pictorial Intention: Imagery and the “Sociality” of Hermiticism in Song and Yuan Painting”
Dr. Andrew Shih-Ming Pai, National Taiwan Normal University

“A Leisure Grass Transformed into A Jade Camellia: The Meaning of the Names for Tang Xianzu’s Poetry Anthologies”
Meng-Yun Chen, National Tsinhua University, Taiwan

“Kinesis Embedded in Static: Butterflies and Leaves as Pictorial Metaphors of Love and Communication”
Li-ling Hsiao, UNC-Chapel Hill

CHAIR Hsiao Li-ling

Panel 9: Masculinity in China

“”Love without Desire: Female Cross-Dressing in Chinese Opera”
Wendy Xie, Appalachian State University

“All Men are Brothers: Wuxia Chivalry in the Chinese Legal Climate”
James Whelan, University of South Carolina

“Wen and Wu: The Attainment of Masculinity in Chinese Martial Arts Cinema”
Munib Rezaie, Georgia State University

“Small Screening Sex: State Regulation and Commercialization of Ideal Marriage and Marital Crisis in Golden Marriage”
Wing Shan Ho, University of Oregon

Chair: Tom Pynn, Kennesaw State University

Panel 10: Japanese Appropriations of Chinese Literary Motifs during the Heian Period

“Reflecting Different Faces of One’s Character: Chinese Physiognomy in Heian Literature”
Mitsuru Aida, National Institute of Japanese Literature

“Chinese Expressions in the Makura no Sōshi (The Pillow Book), Focusing on the section ‘When the Empress Was Staying in the Third Ward’”
Peihua Zhang , The Graduate University for Advanced Studies

“Confucian and Daoist Motifs in the first chapter of Kūkai’s Collected Prose and Poetry”
Ronald Green, Coastal Carolina University

Chair: Ronald Green, Coastal Carolina University

Panel 11:  Sino-Japanese War


“Man’ei Actresses as Cultural Ambassadors”
Yuxin Ma, University of Louisville

“War and Remembrance in Shanghai: The Battle of 1937”
Mark F. Wilkinson, Virginia Military Institute

“The Politicization of Women Workers at War: Labor in Chongqing’s Cotton Mills during the Anti-Japanese War”
Joshua H. Howard, University of Mississippi

Chair: Richard Rice, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Panel 12:  Energy and Political Philosophy in Asia

“Energy Security in Asia: China, India, Oil & Peace?”
Srimayee Dam, University of Calcutta

“Wang Yangming’s Political Philosophy and Life in National Context”
George Israel, Macon State College

“Development, Spirits, and (Hydro) Power in Lao PDR”
Rafael Martinez, Ohio University

“Consolidation of Democracy in Cambodia: Role of the State and Civil Society”
Renu Bhagat, Queens College of the City University of New York 

Chair: M. Raisur Rahman, Wake Forest University

Panel 13:  Chinese Fiction in the Late Ming Era

“The Devoted Lover and the Heartless Text”
Yanbing Tan, Washington University in Saint Louis

“Cai Ruihong’s Vengeance”
 Xia Liang, Washington University in Saint Louis

“Tripitaka and the Pilgrimage Culture of the Late Ming”
Yunjing Xu, Washington University in Saint Louis

Chair: Mei Chun, Independent Scholar

12:00-1:25 pm Annual SEC/AAS  Luncheon and Business Meeting

Call to Order: Harry Kuoshu, AAS-SEC President  
Introductions: Krista Van Fleit Hang, University of South Carolina, Columbia, Program Chair and Savita Nair, Furman University, Local Arrangements Chair   
Welcome Remarks: John Beckford, Vice President and Dean of Academic Affairs, Furman University

1:30-2:45 pm Association for Asian Studies President’s Address

"The Girl Who Burned the Banknotes: Gender, Memory, and Socialism in Rural China"
Gail Herschatter, Department of History, University of California, Santa Cruz

3rd Panel Session: 3:00 – 4:45 pm

Panel 14:  Cyborgs, Beauty Queens, and Onnagata: Undoing Gender in Modern Japan

“Miss Black Ships: Beauty, Bases, and Princesses in Japan, 1953”
Jan Bardsley, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“A Zero-Sum Game of Femininity?: Invisible Parameters of Debates on Onnagata”
Maki Isaka, University of Minnesota

“Having it Both Ways: Gendering Cyborgs in Ôhara Mariko’s Science Fiction”
Kazue Harada, Washington University in St. Louis

 “A Reluctant Accomplice in the New Orientalist Fervor for Asia: Challenges in a North American College Classroom”
Hiroko Hirakawa, Guilford College

Discussant: Rebecca Copeland, Washington University in St. Louis

Chair: Jan Bardsley, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Panel 15:  Values, Politics, and Identity in Indian Culture

“Superstition versus Religion in Modern Sikkimese Literature: Historical Trajectories of Normative Buddhist Values in Bhaichung Tsichudarpo’s Namtok
Amy Holmes-Tagchungdarpa, University of Alabama

“Rehearsing for a Revolution: The Political Theatre of Utpal Dutt”
Arnab Banerji, University of Georgia

“The Issue of What Muslims Wear: Tradition, Reform, and Identity in Colonial India”
M. Raisur Rahman, Wake Forest University

Chair: Krista Van Fleit Hang, University of South Carolina

Panel 16:  Asian American Immigration

“Emplacing Parenting: Migration and Belonging among Korean Transnational Families”
Young A Jung, George Mason University

“Generational Struggles and Identity Conflict among Vietnamese Immigrants: Finding a Middle Ground”
Bach Pham, East Carolina University

“Chinese Americans from Augusta, Georgia: Finding Employment in the Segregated South (1940s-1960s)”
Daniel Bronstein, Independent Scholar (Georgia State University)

Chair: Liangyan Ge, Notre Dame

Panel 17:  The Precariousness of Freedom in Modern Japan, 1880s – 1910s

“Shinto and the Ambivalence of Religious Freedom in the 1880s Japan”
Yijiang Zhong, National University of Singapore

“A Japanist Theory of Democracy?: Liberty and Nation in Taisho Conversativism”
John D. Person, University of Chicago

Kiyozawa Manshi and the Antimony of Freedom in Modern Japan”
Jacques Fasan, University of Chicago

Discussant and Chair: Robert Stoltz, University of Virginia

Panel 18:  Masters in Chinese Art History

“Art and Social Networks: Hu Zhengyan (1584-1674) and the Contributors to the Ten Bamboo Studio Collection of Painting and Calligraphy
Sara Yeung, University of Virginia

“Bada Shanren: Lotus and Birds of 1690 as his Transitional Work”
Mina Kim, Ohio State University

“The Influence of Chinese Printed Albums on the Late Joeson Dynasty Landscape Paintings”
Seojeong Shin, Northern Virginia Community College

Chair: Jim Yoxall, Mary Baldwin College

Panel 19: Women in China

“Rivaling Sisters and the Tensions of Modernity in Chinese Literature, 1900-1930”
Yun Zhu, University of South Carolina

“Nie Hualing’s Mulberry and Peach: Diary of a Madwoman in the Diaspora”
Carolyn FitzGerald, Auburn University

Chair: Charlotte Beahan, Murray State University

Panel 20:  Communist Party Leadership and China’s Global Influence

“East Asian Economic Reformations – How Has the International Development of China and Vietnam Differed?”
Lauren VanHook, Morehead State University

“China’s Rising Influence: Impacts on U.S. – China Relations and the Role of America in Asia”
Yen Hai Tran, Morehead State University

“Bringing Ideology Back In: Chinese Nationalism and the Legitimacy of an Authoritarian Regime”
Ning Liao, Old Dominion University

“Leadership Succession and Change in China”
Weixing Chen, East Tennessee State University

Chair: Shiping Hua, Louisville

4:45-5:00 pm Break

5:00-6:30 pm Keynote Speech
Bodymind Education and The Place of Peace
David Shaner, Herring Professor of Philosophy and Asian Studies, Furman University

6:30-8:00 pm  Reception Hyatt Regency

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Sunday, January 15, 2012
Hyatt Regency


7:30-8:30am Executive Committee Meeting (Alumni Room, Carolina Inn)

4th Panel Session: 8:30 – 10:15 am

Panel 21:  SERAS Drop-In Session

Panel 22:  War and Conflict

“Defensive Positions: Nagasaki, Yokohama, and the Protection of Japanese Maritime Sovereignty, 1854-1868”
Noell Wilson, University of Mississippi

“The Role of Hirohito in the Pacific War: Views of Revisionists”
Kazuo Yagami, Savannah State University

“Understanding Ethnic Violence and the Prospects for Reconciliation in Southern Kyrgyzstan”
Ajar Chekirova, Ohio University

Chair: W. Dean Kinzley, University of South Carolina

Panel 23:  Is Dharma Dead?  Buddhism in the Modern World

“New Religions in Colonial Korea: An Examination of State-Society Relations”
Brandon Palmer, Costal Carolina University

“The Decline of Buddhism in Colonial and Postwar Korea”
Hans A. Sapichak, Costal Carolina University

“Dharma is Dead: Buddhist Thought in Ghost Dog
Jamie Roberson, Costal Carolina University

Discussant and Chair: Ronald Green, Costal Carolina University

Panel 24:  Chinese Film

“Woman, Sound, Color, Crises: Michelangelo Antonioni’s Red Desert and Zhang Yimou’s Raise the Red Lantern
Richard Letteri, Furman University

“Paralleled Fear for Innocence: Italy and China; Fellini, Li Yang and Feng Xiaogang”
Harry Kuoshu, Furman University

“To Sell a National Trauma: After Shock and the Transformation of the Chinese FilmIndustry”
Han Li, Rhodes College

“Body against Politics: Historical Nihilism in Lust, Caution
Leihua Weng, Pacific Lutheran University

Chair: Bach Pham, East Carolina University

Panel 25:  Technologies of Nationalism in a Modernizing China

“Spreading the Word: State Postal Subsidies of the Press in Late Qing and Republican China, 1896-1949
Lane J. Harris, Furman University

“Coca-Cola Versus Salty Soda: How the Summer Became Cooler in Communist China, 1949-1978”
Liang Yao, Georgia Institute of Technology

“Authentic Containment: Visual Materials in Zhang Xiangwen’s Geography Textbook Mengxue zhongguo dili
Hongbing Zhang, Fayetteville State University

“The Shaping of Modern Chinese Consciousness”
Shunzhu Wang, Rider University

Chair: Mark Wilkinson, Virginia Military Institute

Panel 26:  Choices and Canon in Japanese Literature

“Why Saikaku was Memorable, but Bakin was Unforgettable”
Brian Dowdle, University of Michigan

“Murakami’s List, Justifiable or Prejudiced”
Masaki Mori, University of Georgia

“Traveling in Place: Nozarashi kiko (Skeleton in a field travel journal) After Basho”
Cheryl Crowley, Emory University

"The Ideal of an Americanized Japan: Nitobe Inazō and Korekiyo Takahashi"
Michael Duryee-Browner, Emory University
 
Chair: Qiliang He, University of South Carolina, Upstate

Panel 27:  Chinese Art History

“Drunkards and Country Bumpkins on Parade: The Changing Representations of the Demonic in 13th Century Zhong Kui Procession Paintings”
Chun-Yi (Joyce) Tsai, Columbia University

“Case Study of Ten Kings of Hell Paintings in Baiyun guan: Iconography, Date, and Function”
Youmi Kim Efurd, University of Kansas

“Informative and Entertaining: Presenting Chinese Ritual Bronzes in Museums”
Yu Jiang, Southern University at New Orleans

"Modern Chinese Art in Dialogue with Social Unrest "
Cynthia Kirkland, Mary Baldwin College

Chair: Wei-cheng Lin, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Panel 28:  Indian Culture Around the Globe

“Money Changers in the Temple: A Comparative Study from South Asian Temple Practice”
Gerald T. Carney, Hampden-Sydney College

Nāma-saṅkirtana:  Indian Spiritual Pop Hits the Global Mainstream”
Jeffrey S. Lidke, Berry College

“From Benares to Bozeman: Indian Influences on American Culture”
Tom Pynn, Kennesaw State University

Chair: Savita Nair, Furman University

10:15-10:30 am    Break

5th Panel Session: 10:30 am – 12:15 pm

Panel 29:  Adaptation in Japanese Visual Culture

“Imagining Childhood: Seirei no Moribito, From Novel to Anime”
Alanna Mori, Duke University

“Michio Takeyama’s Harp of Burma and Japan’s After-War Rhetoric”
Dongming Zhang, Furman University

“Defoe and his Discontents: Teshigahara’s Women in the Dunes, Koreeda’s Nobody Knows, and Lee Hey-jun’s Castaway on the Moon
David Ross, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

“Little Plastic Castles: Precarity and Hesitancy in the Japanese TV Industry”
Elizabeth A. Marks, Rice University

Chair: Hongbing Zhang, Fayetteville State University

Panel 30:  China and Vietnam: Religion, Literature, Exchange

“Vietnamese Tantric Buddhist and Taoist Talismans From But Thap Pagoda and Bo Da Pagoda, Vietnam”
James Kemp, Florida State University at Jacksonville

“Seeking the Truly “Poetic”: A Dialogue on Poetry and Ch’an Buddhism in Ts’ang-lang Shih-hua”
Ruijuan (Whitney) Hao, University of California, Riverside

“Boundary, Hierarchy and Power Struggle – Stories of the Haunted House in Medieval China”
Jingjing Cai, Indiana University, Bloomington
   
“Book Exchange between Vietnam and China in XIXth Century: Study of Chinese Books Cited in Nguyen Van Sieu Phuong Ding tuy but luc
Nguyen Hoang Yen, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Chair: Lane Harris, Furman University

Panel 31:  Foreigners in Asia

“’The Invention of Lying:’ George Psalmanazar, the Society of Jesus, and the Truth About Asia in the Seventeenth Century”
Abigail R. Gautreau, Middle Tennessee State University

“’Up Close and Personal’: An Englishman’s Encounters With Chinese Communism”
Lawrence Kessler, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Henry Adams’ 1886 Sojourn to Japan in Search of Nirvana”
Daniel A. Metraux, Mary Baldwin College

Chair: Mark Ravina, Emory University

Panel 32:  Chinese Literature: Storytelling, Reportage and Translation

“Entertainizing Politics: Middle-length Pingtan Stories in China, 1952-1966
Qiliang He, University of South Carolina Upstate

“Cultural Hegemony and Chinese Reportage – Reading Jiao Yulu and Kong Fansen in Official Reportage”
Xianmin Shen, University of South Carolina

“Debate about Zhenshixing in Chinese Reportage”
Gao Gengsong, University of South Carolina

Chair: Harry Kuoshu, Furman University

Panel 33:  Linguistics and Language Pedagogy

“Sociocultural Significance of Terms for Addressing Women in Japan and China
Xuexin Liu, Spelman College

“Enhancing ACS Students’ Chinese Learning through the Visual Immersion Program”
Zhengbin Richard Lu, Spelman College

“Exploring Effective Methods for Japanese Special Mora – Comparison of Verbo-tonal Method and Audio-lingual Approach”
Aya McDaniel, Emory University, and Takako Akiha, Tohoku University

Chair: Leihua Weng, Pacific Lutheran University

Panel 34:  South Asian Literature and History

“Apophatic Discourse and the Cult of the Stupa in Indic Buddhist Literature”
Warner A. Belanger III, Georgia College and State University

“Tibetan Environmental Propitation Literature as Alternative Histories of the Earth’s Future”
Kalzang Dorjee Bhutia, University of Alabama

“History vs Historiography in an Indo-Persian Poem”
Michael Bednar, University of Missouri

Chair: Warner Belanger, Georgia College and State University

Panel 35:  Foreign Influence In Chinese History

“Values of Chinese Christians: An Empirical Study”
Yang Zhong, The University of Tennessee, and Shanghai Jiaotong University

“A Neo-Confucian Naif Abroad?: The Travels of Kim Yunsik, a Choson Korea Envoy in Qing China, 1881-1882”
Joshua Van Liu, LaGrange College

“The Transformation of Tianjin: The Interplay between Foreign Stimuli and Chinese Endeavors”
Hong Zhang, University of Central Florida

Chair: Michael Seth, James Madison University

Panel 36:  Roundtable - “Interdisciplinary Approaches to India Study Away”

Dr. Veena Khandke and Dr. Suresh Muthukrishnan, Furman University