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ZHOU SHIHONG

Published: 2020-06-09


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Address: Institute of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics School of Chinese Language and Literature Beijing Normal University (BNU)

19# Xinwai Dajie Street, Beijing 100875P.R.China

Email: zhoushihong@bnu.edu.cn

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Mobile: (+86)131 4648 2108

 

 

Academic Employments

2009-present  Associate Prof. of Linguistics, School of Chinese Language and Literature, BNU 2005-2009 Assistant Prof. of Linguistics, School of Chinese Language and Literature, BNU

Visiting Position

2013-2014 Visiting Associate Prof. of Linguistics, Department of German Studies and Linguistics, Berlin Humboldt University, and ZAS in Berlin, Germany.

2007-2008 Visiting Prof. of linguistics, Confucius Institute and Department of Modern Languages, Confucius Institute of Oklahoma University.

 

 

Education & Training

 

2017 September, International Summer on Typology and Lexicon  (Tylex),Moscow,Russia 2016 September, The European School of Linguistic Typology 2016, Porquerolles, France (Organized by CNRS)

Ph.D. in Linguistics, Beijing Normal University 2002.9-2005.7   

M.A. in Linguistics, Beijing Normal University 1999.9-2002.7   

B.A. in Chinese Language and Literature, Bohai University 1993.9-1997.7               

 

Dissertation

The Information Structure of Chinese Sentences: Topic and Focus, Beijing Normal University 2005.

 

 

 

 Honor and Award:

1. Nominee for Excellent Teaching Award, Beijing Normal University 2006

2.   Beijing Normal University Outstanding Young Faculty Award (BNU Talent Fellowship), Beijing Normal University 2012

3. Excellent teaching award, 2016, Beijing Normal University

4. Brand Courses for International Students in English (seminar on classical linguistic works) 2017

Grants:

1. Outstanding New Faulty Research Grant, Beijing Normal University 2005, 20,000 RMB

2. Information Structure in Mandarin Chinese, Research fund from the Scientific Research Foundation for Returned Scholars, Ministry of Education of P. R. China 2010, 30,000 RMB

3. Information Structure of Chinese SentenceSyntax-Pragmatics Interface Perspective,

Humanities and Social Science Youth Fund Project, Ministry of Education of P. R. China 2011, 80,000 RMB

4. Typological Study of Information Structure, The National Social Science Fund of China, 2013, 180,000RMB

5. Others (altogether 100,000 RMB)

 

Research Specialization

 

 Language universals and linguistic typology

 Chinese cognitive and functional grammar

 pragmatics-syntax interface

 Information structure and discourse analysis

 

Publications

 

 Monographs

Information Structure in Mandarin Chinese, Beijing: Beijing Normal University Press.2016 Typological Study of the Information Structure of Chinese Sentences, Beijing: Beijing Normal University, 2020.

 

 Book Chapter & Editing

 

1. Introduction to Linguistic Fundamentals, co-editor:Cen Yunqiang, Beijing: Beijing Normal University Press, 2006.

 

2. Essentials of Socio-Linguistics, co-authors:Sun Wei & Shen Li,Beijing: World Affairs Press, 2010.

3. An Introduction to Linguistics (4th Edition), co-editor: Cen Yunqiang, Beijing Beijing Normal University Press, 2015.

 

 

 

 Journal articles:

1. Ergative,Accusative, or Mixed Language? The typological status of ergativity/accusativity of mandarin Chinese from the perspective of discourseChinese Teaching in the World. 2019 Vol.33(3).

2. Teachers’ Quality in Teaching Chinese as Foreign Language: Issues and Strategies, Humanities in China, 2020 (published in Korea).

3. From connector to placeholder: A unified account of the discursive function of ranhou(然后) from the perspective of Linguistic Interaction. Liyun Linguistic Journal, 2019 Vol.31.

4. Book review: Chinese Grammar at Work, Shuanfan HUANG, John Benjamins 2013 Journal of Bohai University,2019(1).

5. The Sentence with an Unidentifiable NP Subject and Its Relevant “You”( 有 ) Complex Preventative Relative Construction, Liyun Linguisitcs 2017(2)pp.105-120.(first author)

6. Unidentifiable NP Subject and its “you” (有)counterpart sentence from the perspective of categoricality/theticity distinction, Journal of Macao Polytechnic Institute 2017(4)pp.53-62.(first author)

7. Realization of Cultural recognition in the Process of International Promotion of Chinese Language, International Chinese Language Eduacation,2014(3)pp.78-83.(second author)

8. Issues of Idiom Selection in the Chinese Primary School Textbook: Investigation based on the Chinese primary textbook published by Peoples Education Press, Journal of Shenyang Normal University 2013(6)pp.148-150.(first author)

9. Issues in Selection in the Chinese Text Book for Elementary School and Suggestive Principles of Idiom Presentation in the textbook, Journal of Bohai Univerisity,2013(6)pp.10-123.

10. On the topic structures in contemporary Uyghur language,Journal of Beijing Normal University2012(4),pp.52-58.

11. On the subject-predicate inverted sentence in the spoken Chinese from the perspective of information structure, Chinese Language Learning 2010 (3),pp28-36.

12. Contrastive focus and contrastive topic in the information structure, with comments on the characteristics of topical focus, Journal of PLA University of Foreign Languages 2009(4),pp12-16.

13.Grammatical meaning and discourse function of Ba( 吧 )revisited,Language Teaching and Linguistic Studies 2009(2), pp.16-22.

14. On Contrastive Topic and Contrastive Focus, Social Sciences in Heilongjiang 2009(1), pp130-132.

15. On the multi-word verbs in the English language, Foreign Languages and Their Teaching

2009(2), pp.22-25.

16. Teacher Training in the International Promotion of Chinese Language, Journal of Jinan University (Philosophy and Social Sciences) 2009(1), pp.62-65.

17. The distinction of two contrastive sub-categories in the information structure and the nature of “topical focus”), Academic Exchange 2009(1)pp.147-150.

18. On the modality meaning of Ba(吧)in Mandarin Chinese , Northern Forum 2008(6), pp.56-59.

19. The categorization of focus structure, Chinese Language Learning 2008(5), pp.35-42.

20. On the emergence of loan-morpheme “-gate”( 门 ) in Mandarin Chinese, Heilongjiang Social Sciences 2008,pp140-142.

21. On the anti-topic sentence in Mandarin Chinese, Journal of Yunan Normal University 2008(4),pp77-83.

22.The functions and usages of Ne2(呢2)and its instructional strategy in teaching Chinese as a foreign language, Chinese Teaching in the World, 2006 (2), pp.119-127.

23.Typological studies of passive markers in Mandarin Chinese revisited, Chinese Linguistics, 2005(3), pp.45-50.

24. Aspects of Functional linguistics, Language and Translation 2003 (3), pp.10-15.

25. Review of Grammatical Principles and Grammatical Phenomena, Chinese Language Learning2004 (1), pp.74-76.

 

Conference presentations

 

1.The Sentence with an Unidentifiable NP Subject and the Relevant Complex YOU( 有 ) Construction of Chinese from the Perspective of Theticity/Categoricality Distinction, Role and Reference Grammar Biennial Conference, Duesseldorf, Germany.Sept,2015.

2. A study of discourse case in Mandarin Chinese from the perspective of the interaction of semantic role and information structure, 12th Conference of the Association for Linguistic Typology (ALT), Canberra, Australia,Dec,2017.

3.Confirmation seeking and agreement seeking: with special reference to hau(嚎) in North-Eastern Mandarin Chinese, ICLC-2019, Aug.2019 Japan.

 

 

Course Taught

 Introduction to linguistics

 Language universals and linguistic typology

 Cognitive and functional grammar of Mandarin Chinese

 Seminar on classical linguistic works

 

Membership

 International Association of Bilingual Studies

 Association of Linguistic Typology

 

Languages

 Mandarin Chinese (native ability)

 English (fluent)

 German, Cantonese (structural knowledge)



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