English Major

English Major


The program provides students with knowledge and understanding of language and cross-cultural communication and builds their communicative competence in English in order to meet labor demand and to pursue a higher education.

Dr. Woramas Tunpattrakul (Head)

Dr. Woramas Tunpattrakul

B.A. (English) Second Class Honors, Chulalongkorn University M.A. (Comparative Literature), Chulalongkorn University Ph.D. (Literature and Comperative Literatur), Chulalongkorn University

Accomplishments

Associate Professor Piyanat Sukonthaman

B.A. (English) First Class Honors, Kasetsart University

M.A. (Linguistics), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, U.S.A.

Ph.D. (Education), University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign, U.S.A.

Accomplishments

    For Public/Policy/Commercial/Sentimental Value (Artwork)/Academic/Community and Area Use

  • Gold Fields of Siam: Collection of Digitized Maps and Diaries of Phra Sarasasana Balakhandh (Colonel G.E. Gerini), (A travel guide for the Western Gulf of Thailand and for entrepreneurs in Chumporn District and Prachuap Khiri Khan District to use for commercial tourism promotion), 200 Culture and Local Administration Organizations in Thailand and Italy, October 2017.
      Researchers:
    • Kanokwan Gerini, Department of Western Languages, Faculty of Archeology
    • Piyanat Sukonthaman, Department of Western Languages, Faculty of Archeology
    • Waranda Kaewhomkum, Secretary’s Office, Faculty of Archeology
    • Suthathip Saengdecha, Policies and Planning Unit, Educational Plan and Quality Office, Secretary’s Office, Faculty of Archeology, Secretary’s Office, Faculty of Archeology
    • Chalisa Suwannakit, Finance and Accounting Unit, Finance and Parcel Office, Secretary’s Office, Faculty of Archeology
    • Walaiporn Sangiamjit, Academic and Research Service Unit, Educational Plan and Quality Office, Secretary’s Office, Faculty of Archeology
  • Gold Fields of Siam: Collection of Digitized Maps and Diaries of Phra Sarasasana Balakhandh (Colonel G.E. Gerini) Interactive eBook QR published on websites, online social media and social networking service platform, (A travel guide for the Western Gulf of Thailand and a manual for entrepreneurs in "Gold Fields of Siam" community area in Chumporn District and Prachuap Khiri Khan District for commercial tourism promotion), October 2017.
      Researchers:
    • Kanokwan Gerini, Department of Western Languages, Faculty of Archeology
    • Piyanat Sukonthaman, Department of Western Languages, Faculty of Archeology
    • Waranda Kaewhomkum, Secretary’s Office, Faculty of Archeology
    • Chalisa Suwannakit, Finance and Accounting Unit, Finance and Parcel Office, Secretary’s Office, Faculty of Archeology
    • Walaiporn Sangiamjit, Academic and Research Service Unit, Educational Plan and Quality Office, Secretary’s Office, Faculty of Archeology

Associate Professor Kanokwan Gerini

B.A. (English) Second Class Honors, Chulalongkorn University

M.A. (English Literature), Chulalongkorn University

Certificazione Ufficiale : il Corso Italiano Universita per Stranieri di Siena, Italia

Accomplishments

    Conferences

  • G.E. Gerini's Poetics of Niras. Writing Diversity: Memory and Siamese-Thai Studies in Global Context National Academic Conference, The Siam Society, page 165-190, 16 August 2013.
  • Academic Journals

  • “Les Paroles «D'Errance Rhizomatique» de G.E. Gerini: Du parler Multilingue,” LES ORIENTS DÉSORIENTÉS (January 2013): page 71-89.
  • “The Pen and the Sword, in accord: G.E. Gerini’s Writings for Siam,” Muangboran Journal Issue 39 Volume 3 (July-September 2013): page 79 - 95.
  • “G.E. Gerini's “Tales of Rhizomatic Errantry: Multilingually Spoken,” LES ORIENTS DÉSORIENTÉS (January 2016): page 1-16.
  • “Reconstructing G.E Gerini's Roles as the Commissioner-General to H.M. the King of Siam at the Turin International Exhibition, 1911: A Point of View of Manuscripts on Microfilm,” LES ORIENTS DÉSORIENTÉS (disorienting the Orient) (December 2018): pages 1-17.
  • For Public/Policy/Commercial/Sentimental Value (Artwork)/Academic/Community and Area Use

    For Public/Policy/Commercial/Sentimental Value (Artwork)/Academic/Community and Area Use

  • Gold Fields of Siam: Collection of Digitized Maps and Diaries of Phra Sarasasana Balakhandh (Colonel G.E. Gerini), (A travel guide for the Western Gulf of Thailand and for entrepreneurs in Chumporn District and Prachuap Khiri Khan District to use for commercial tourism promotion), 200 Culture and Local Administration Organizations in Thailand and Italy, October 2017.
      Researchers:
    • Kanokwan Gerini, Department of Western Languages, Faculty of Archeology
    • Piyanat Sukonthaman, Department of Western Languages, Faculty of Archeology
    • Waranda Kaewhomkum, Secretary’s Office, Faculty of Archeology
    • Suthathip Saengdecha, Policies and Planning Unit, Educational Plan and Quality Office, Secretary’s Office, Faculty of Archeology, Secretary’s Office, Faculty of Archeology
    • Chalisa Suwannakit, Finance and Accounting Unit, Finance and Parcel Office, Secretary’s Office, Faculty of Archeology
    • Walaiporn Sangiamjit, Academic and Research Service Unit, Educational Plan and Quality Office, Secretary’s Office, Faculty of Archeology
  • Gold Fields of Siam: Collection of Digitized Maps and Diaries of Phra Sarasasana Balakhandh (Colonel G.E. Gerini) Interactive eBook QR published on websites, online social media and social networking service platform, (A travel guide for the Western Gulf of Thailand and a manual for entrepreneurs in "Gold Fields of Siam" community area in Chumporn District and Prachuap Khiri Khan District for commercial tourism promotion), October 2017.
      Researchers:
    • Kanokwan Gerini, Department of Western Languages, Faculty of Archeology
    • Piyanat Sukonthaman, Department of Western Languages, Faculty of Archeology
    • Waranda Kaewhomkum, Secretary’s Office, Faculty of Archeology
    • Chalisa Suwannakit, Finance and Accounting Unit, Finance and Parcel Office, Secretary’s Office, Faculty of Archeology
    • Walaiporn Sangiamjit, Academic and Research Service Unit, Educational Plan and Quality Office, Secretary’s Office, Faculty of Archeology

Assistant Professor Pornsawan Tripasai, Ph.D.

B.A. (English) Second Class Honors, Chulalongkorn University

M.A. (English), Chulalongkorn University

Ph.D. (Education), Monash University, Australia

Accomplishments

    Researches/Creative works

  • Loin-Cloth and Shoulder Bag Tales: Local Textiles, Cultural Revitalization of Thai Beung Ethnic Group, and Cultural Tourism in Baan Khoksalung, Khoksalung, Pattananikhom, Lopburi, 2016-2018.
  • Academic Journals

  • “Phi Ta Khon Performing Gangnam Style Dance: A Case Study of the Impact of Tourism Industry on the Changing Cultural Meaning of Dansai’s Phi Ta Khon,” Damrong Journal Issue 15 Volume 1 (January - June 2016): page 121–147.

Assistant Professor Panida Boonthavevej, Ph.D.

Ph.D. (Comparative Literature) University of California, Riverside, USA (2012) M.A. (Translation and Interpretation) Chulalongkorn University (2005) M.A. (English Literature) Chulalongkorn University (1992) B.A. (English) Second Class Honors, Chulalongkorn University (1989)

Accomplishments

Researches/Creative works

    • Sticky-rice detective: Interrogating postcolonial Laoness in Colin Cotterill’s Siri Paiboun crime series, 2559-2560.

Conferences

    • Disjunctive Palimpsest: Tracing French Detective in Postcolonial Laos. The 2017 Annual Meeting of the American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA), Universiteit Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands, 6-9 July 2017.
    • Haunting Nation: Supernaturalism and Laoness in Siri Paiboun Crime Series. The 22nd Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia, The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, 3-5 July 2018.

Academic Journals

  • “Haunting Nation: Supernaturalism and Lao-ness in the Siri Paiboun Crime Series,” Mekong societies Issue 14 Volume 3. (September-December 2018): page 42 - 63.

Assistant Professor Kamlaitip Pattapong, Ph.D.

B.A. (English), Silpakorn University

M.A. (English as an International Language), Chulalongkorn University

Certificate in English for Academic Study, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

Ph.D. (Education Studies), The University of Sydney, Australia

Accomplishments

    Academic Journals

  • “The Factor Analysis in English Communication Confidence of Middle School Students,” Pasaa Paritat Journal, Volume 30 (January 2015): page 197-222.
  • Textbook/Books/Translations and Other academic works

  • Important Thai Dates: Traditions, Cultures, and Religions. 2557.
      Authors:
    • Culture, Sports and Tourism Department
    • Kamlaitip Pattapong, Department of Western Languages, Faculty of Archeology
    • Anyarat Ampanpong, Department of Western Languages, Faculty of Archeology
    • Chorboon Sirikotchakorn
    • Nicholas Nelson

Dr. Pojanut Suthipinittarm

B.A. (English), Chulalongkorn University

M.A. (English), University of York

Ph.D. (English), University of York

Accomplishments

    Researches/Creative works

  • Contemporary Theorists in the Humanities and Social Science, 2017-2018.
      Researchers:
    • Visarut Phungsoondara
    • Methawee Lohasut
    • Pojanut Suthipinittarm, Department of Western Languages, Faculty of Archeology
    • Nanthanoot Udomlamun
    • Piyarudee Chaiyaporn
    • Sant Suwatchrapinun
    • Tamthai Dilokvidhyarat
    • Thorn Pitidol
    • Rachod Satrawut
    • Surat Khompot
    • Phakin Nimmannorrawong
  • Conferences

  • The Meeting of Novelistic Genres in J.M. Coetzee’s Slow Man. Thai Humanities Forum 2016, Songkhla, page 300-310, 8-9 September 2016.
  • J.M. Coetzee's Female Author Figures. Reading Coetzee's Women, Prato, Italy, pages 80-89, 27-29 September 2016.
  • Voice from a Cage and a Labyrinth in Thai Literature: Narrow Romantic World of Veeraporn Nitiprapha’s a Blind Earthworm in a Labyrinth and Wipas Srithong’s the Dwarf. Thai Humanities Research Forum 2017, Srinakharinwirot University Prasarnmit, page 271-282, 8-9 September 2017.
  • Elaine Scarry: Social Interpretion in Humanist Literature. Tear down the Fence, Build a House and Shake the Walls: Contemporary Theoritical Landscape Survey, Arts Room 107, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Thammasat University Thaprachan, page 91-119, 27 October 2018.

Miss Amornrat Ammaralikit

B.A. (English), Silpakorn University

M.A. (English for Business and Industry), King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok

Accomplishments

    Mr. Kissada Kamyoung

    B.A. (International Affairs), Thammasat University M.A. (Comparative Literature), Chulalongkorn University

    Accomplishments

    Researches/Creative works

      • Exploring Social Spaceส: Identity, Practice and Presentation, 2019-2020.
        Researchers:
        1. Assistant Professor Dr. Sant Suwatcharapinun
        2. Mr. Kissada Kamyoung
        3. Mr. Kritsana Watanawanyu
        4. Dr. Keerati Chenpitayoton
        5. Dr. Jirunthanin Kitiga
        6. Associate Professor Dr. Pranom Tansukanan
        7. Dr. Winyu Ardrugsa
        8. Associate Professor Dr. Supitcha Tovivich
      • Thai Semicolonialism: Theory, Historiography and Literary Studie, 2017-2018.

    Conferences

    • Concept Development in Thai Semicolonialism. Anniversary 65 Archeology, Silpakorn University, Bangkok, 11-12 July 2019.
    • Documenting from Below: The Everyday Life of Thai Train Travelling in Sompot Chidgasornpongse’s Railway Sleepers. AAS-in-ASIA Conference 2019, Association for Asian Studies, Bangkok, Thailand, 1-4 July 2019.
    • Semicolonial Miscegenate: The Making of Thai “New Ethnicities” in Aditya Assarat’s and Lee Chatametikool’s Films. 9th Biennial Association of Southeast Asian Cinemas Conference 2016, University of Nottingham, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 19-23 July 2016.

    Miss Anyarat Ampanpong

    B.A. (English) Second Class Honors, Silpakorn University

    M.A. (Comparative Literature), Chulalongkorn University

    Accomplishments

      Textbook/Books/Translations and Other academic works

    • Important Thai Dates: Traditions, Cultures, and Religions. 2557.
        Authors:
      • Culture, Sports and Tourism Department
      • Kamlaitip Pattapong, Department of Western Languages, Faculty of Archeology
      • Anyarat Ampanpong, Department of Western Languages, Faculty of Archeology
      • Chorboon Sirikotchakorn
      • Nicholas Nelson

    Mr. Kietnawin Sridhanyarat

    B.A. (English) Second Class Honors, Srinakharinwirot University

    M.A. (Teaching English as a Foreign Language), Thammasat University

    Accomplishments

      Researches/Creative works

    • The Acquisition of English Fricatives in Thai Learners’ Interlanguage, 2014-2016.
    • Academic Journals

    • “Acquisition of English Fricatives b Thai University Students,” Man In India volume 96 issue/No.1-2 (January 2016): page 635-647.
    • “The acquisition of l2 fricatives in Thai learners' interlanguage,” 3L: Language, Linguistics, Literature volume 23 issue/No.1 (January 2017): page 15-34.
    • “Thai Learners' Acquisition of L2 Collocations: An Interlanguage Perspective,” GEMA Online Journal of Language Studies volume 18 issue/No.1 (February 2018): pages 1-21.

    Mr. Napat Jitpaisarnwattana

    B.A (English) First Class Honors, Silpakorn University M.A. (Digital Language and Literacies), Lancester University, United Kingdom

    Accomplishments

    Conferences

    • What Makes a Successful Languages Learners: A Case Study. TEFL INTERNATIONAL CONFERRENCE: ELT: Pedadogies, Strategies, & Technologies, 2016, Phitsanulok, Thailand, page 76 – 102, 29-31 July 2016.

    Miss Phimonphan Wong-aram

    B.A. (English), First Class Honors, Silpakorn Universit M.A. (Linguistics), Chulalongkorn University

    Accomplishments

    Researches/Creative works

    • The Development of Game-based Instruction Model into Thai EFL Learners' English Consonant Phonemes' Speech Perception, 2018-2019.

    Mr. Sarawut Maneechai

    Audio-Visual Technical Officer, Specialist Level

    Accomplishments