Paul H. Clark, Ph.D.
Office: Old Main, Room 403E
Professional Profile Dr. Clark earned his Ph.D. in East Asian history from the University of Pittsburgh, M.A. in East Asian Languages and Cultures from the University of Kansas and his B.A. in history from Baylor University. He has also studied in Japan at International Christian University and Keio University.
Teaching and Related Service Dr. Clark has taught at the University of Pittsburgh and the University of Kansas. He has also taught in Japan and Europe. Since 2001, Dr. Clark has taught courses at WTAMU related to East Asia--in particular, Japan and China. He also occasionally teaches Japanese language. Dr. Clark is the incoming president of the Southwest Conference on Asian Studies.
Research and Creative Activity Dr. Clark's first book will be published in 2009 on Japanese language history. He conducted research for his book in Japan as a Fulbright-Hays Faculty Research Abroad fellow. He has also published multiple scholarly articles.
Personal Sketch Dr. Clark's research interests include pre-war Japanese education, identity and nationalism.