Dr. Uli Kozok[frame_left]http://ipll.manoa.hawaii.edu/indonesian/files/2011/04/uli-kozok.jpg[/frame_left] Assistant Professor
Paleography of Island Southeast Asia (especially Indonesia and the Philippines). Prehistory of Southeast Asia and Oceania. Philology and oral literature of Sumatra (Batak, Kerinci, Rejang-Lebong, Lampung). Modern Indonesian Literature. Modern Indonesian Culture and Society. Methodology of Language Learning and Teaching Distance Education.
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Full name: Ulrich Kozok
Date of birth: 26 May 1959; Hildesheim, Lower Saxony, Federal Republic of Germany
Nationality: German. Permanent resident of New Zealand & USA
Contact: Ph. +1 (808) 956 7574; Fax 956 5978
Present position: Associate Professor, Department of Hawaiian and Indo- Pacific Languages and Literatures, University of Hawai’i at Manoa, U.S.A.
- MA, 1989 University of Hamburg, Seminar für Indonesische und Südseesprachen. Thesis: Bilang-bilang. Die Klagelieder der Karo-Batak
- PhD, 1994 (Magna cum laude) in Batak languages and literatures. University of Hamburg, Faculty of Oriental Studies, Department of Austronesian Languages and Cultures. University of Hamburg. Thesis: Die Bataksche Klage. Toten-,Hochzeits- und Liebesklagen in oraler und schriftlicher Tradition’.
- Indonesian: Near-native fluency in reading, comprehension, writing. ACTFL Speaking Scale: Superior
- Malay: Excellent listening comprehension, fluent reading, including Arabic (Jawi) and Sumatran Surat Ulu scripts. ACTFL Speaking Scale: Advanced High
- Batak: Intermediate mid-high speaking and listening comprehension, but excellent reading comprehension in Karo Batak; limited speaking, but good reading competence in Angkola, Mandailing, Pakpak, Simalungun, Toba, including the Batak scripts.
- German: Native
- East-Frisian: Excellent reading, very good listening comprehension. ACTFL Speaking Scale: Intermediate High
- English: Upper Advanced reading, listening, and writing skills. ACTFL Speaking Scale: Advanced High
- Dutch: Excellent reading, very good listening, and upper-intermediate speaking comprehension. ACTFL Speaking Scale: Adavanced Low
- Other: I studied Latin for six, and Greek for three years at high school. I have limited reading knowledge of French, and Spanish, and fair reading knowledge of Italian.
- 2005 Associate Professor, HIPLL, UHM
- 2005 Honorary Visiting Scholar. School of Asian Studies, University of Auckland (May-August)
- 2001-2005 Assistant Professor in Indonesian, Department of Hawaiian and Indo- Pacific Languages and Literatures, College of College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature, University of Hawai’i at Manoa, USA.
- 2000–2001 Senior Lecturer in Indonesian, School of Asian Studies, Faculty of Arts, University of Auckland, New Zealand (NB: The position of Senior Lecturer in New Zealand educational nomenclature is equivalent to US associate professor).
- 1994–1999 Lecturer in Indonesian, School of Asian Studies, Faculty of Arts, University of Auckland, New Zealand (NB: The position of Lecturer in New Zealand educational nomenclature is equivalent to US assistant professor). 1998-2001 Head of the Indonesian Section.
- 1993 Guest Lecturer at the Carl v. Ossietzky-University, Oldenburg (Germany).
- 1993–1994 University of Hamburg – Part Time Lecturer.
- 1990–1991 University of North Sumatra – Honorary Lecturer.
- 1988–1989 Teachers’ Training College, Medan – Full-time Lecturer.
- 1987 Short time employment (6 months), archaeological excavation in Biberach (Germany).
- 2005 Convener of the Material Development for Distance Education Workshop in Yogyakarta, Indonesia (1-31 July 2005).
- 2004 Convener of the Workshop for the Transliteration and Translation of the Tanjung Tanah Manuscript. Jakarta (December 2004)
- 2003 Coordinator of the COTIM advanced Indonesian Study Abroad Program in coopeation with Sam Ratulangi University, Manado.
- 1996 Coordinator of the Indonesian language summerschool programme for New Zealand university students in cooperation with Gadjah Mada University.
MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
- 2005- International Council for Malay Language – Majlis Antarabangsa Bahasa Melayu (MABM), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Representative for North America.
- 2002- Council of Teachers of Southeast Asian Languages (COTSEAL)
- 2000- Consortium for the Teaching of Indonesian and Malay (COTIM)
- 2000-2001 International Council for Malay Language – Majlis Antarabangsa Bahasa Melayu (MABM), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Representative for New Zealand.
- 1999- New Zealand Society of Translators and Interpreters (NZSTI)
- 1998- American Association for Asian Studies (AAAS)
- 1998- Masyarakat Pernaskahan Nusantara (MANASSA), Indonesia
- 1996- The Australian Society of Indonesian Language Educators (ASILE)
- 1994- New Zealand Association of Asian Studies
- 1994- European Association of Southeast Asian Studies (EUROSEAS)
- 1991- Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology (KITLV), Leiden, NL
Board Member of Academic Journals
- 2001- Member of the International Advisory Board of the Electronic Journal of Foreign Language Teaching (e-FLT), Singapore.
- 1997- Member of the Editorial Board of the international scholarly journal Indonesia and the Malay World. University of London, UK
Publications of the last five years
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Grants received in the last five years
2009 Department of Education. International Research and Studies program. USD 153,147
2008 UH Research Relation Funds: Pak Bei: A cultural and linguistic exploration of Indonesia USD 4,700
2007 British Library. Endangered Archives Programme. “Digitising manuscripts kept as ‘sacred heirloom’ in private collections in Kerinci, Sumatra, Indonesia”. GBP 29,840
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Other websites by U Kozok
Febrina Marisyah[frame_left]http://ipll.manoa.hawaii.edu/indonesian/files/2011/04/febrina.jpg[/frame_left] Lecturer
Foreign Language Teaching Assistants
In most years the Indonesian-Malay Language Program has a Fulbright-IIE Foreign Language Teaching Assistent (FLTA).