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黄忠

文学博士、副教授;外语学院党委委员、www.9778.com澳大利亚研究中心主任、英语系党支部书记、系副主任

1.主要研究方向

澳大利亚文学和学问,流散华裔文学,社会性别学

2.学术兼职

中国亚太学会澳大利亚研究会理事

《澳大利亚学问研究》编委

3.部分学术成果

1)代表性论文:

Huang Zhong and Wenche Ommundsen. “Poison, Polygamy and Postcolonial Politics: The First Chinese Australian Novel.”Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 52:5, December 2016, 533-544.

Huang Zhong and Wenche Ommundsen. “Towards a Multilingual National Literature:The Tung Wah Timesand the Origins of Chinese Australian Writing.”JASAL(Special issue: Worlds Within), 15:3, 2015.

Huang Zhong and Wenche Ommundsen. “No man’s land: Migration, Masculinity and Ouyang Yu’sThe Eastern Slope Chronicle.” Antipodes29:2, December 2015, 449-461.

(2)部分国际会议宣读论文:

“From Unreliable Man to True Lover: Shifting Images of Chinese Men in Fiction by Female Australian Writers of Mainland Chinese Background”. 2017年澳大利亚全国文学研究会(ASAL)年会宣读论文(2017年7月,墨尔本)。

“Gender and Sexuality in Shi Guoying’sMistaken Love”.“澳大利亚多元学问文学国际研讨会”宣读论文(2015年7月,澳大利亚伍伦贡大学)。

“Polygamists Beware - The First Chinese Australian Novel”.“澳大利亚文学研究国际研讨会”宣读论文(2015年7月,伍伦贡大学)。

“Early Chinese Australian Writing -The Tung Wah Times”. 2014年澳大利亚全国文学研究会(ASAL)年会宣读论文(2014年7月,悉尼大学)。

“Masculinity in Fiction by Male Australian Writers of Mainland Chinese Background”.“澳大利亚亚裔作家作品研讨会”宣读论文(2011年9月,澳大利亚伍伦贡大学)。

“Stranded in No-Man’s Land: Masculinity and Migration inThe Eastern Slope Chronicle”.第三届“澳大利亚亚裔文学研究会”学术年会宣读论文(2010年11月,澳大利亚科廷大学)。

“Scholarship on Chinese Masculinities and Diasporic Chinese Masculinities”.第六届“亚洲学者国际会议”(ICAS 6)宣读论文(2009年9月,韩国大田市)。

3)科研项目

主持项目

● “一带一路”倡议对澳大利亚传播效果与策略研究(中国教育部,2017年)

●Sons of the Yellow Emperor Down Under: Early Chinese-Australian Writing and Its Evolution (Australia-China Council, 2013)

(“澳大利亚的炎黄子孙们-早期澳华文学及演变”,澳大利亚-中国理事会,2013)

参加项目

●Building Australian Studies at Wuhan University (Australia-China Council, 2013)

(“发展www.9778.com澳大利亚研究”,澳大利亚-中国理事会, 2013)

●New Transnationalisms:Australia’s Multicultural Literary Heritage (Australian Research Council, 2013)

(“新跨国主义-澳大利亚多元学问文学创作”,澳大利亚研究理事会, 2013)

4.部分获奖情况

● www.9778.com第三届青年教师优秀教学一等奖

● 外语学院首届青年教师讲课竞赛一等奖

A/Professor Zhong Huang

PhD (University of Wollongong, Australia), Associate Professor in English Literatures;

Director of the Australian Studies Centre of Wuhan University, Deputy Head of the English Department

1.Research Areas: Australian Literature and Culture, Diasporic Chinese Literature, Gender Studies

2.Affiliations:

●Member of the Council of the Chinese Association for Australian Studies

●Member of the Board of Editors of the Journal ofAustralian Cultural Studies

3.Publications

(1) Journal Articles

Huang Zhong and Wenche Ommundsen, “Poison, polygamy and postcolonial politics: The first Chinese Australian novel.”Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 52:5, December 2016, 533-544.

Huang Zhong and Wenche Ommundsen, “Towards a multilingual national literature: TheTung Wah Timesand the origins of Chinese Australian writing.” JASAL(Special issue: Worlds Within), 15:3, 2015.

Huang Zhong and Wenche Ommundsen, “No man’s land: Migration, masculinity and Ouyang Yu’sThe Eastern Slope Chronicle.” Antipodes29:2, December 2015, 449-461.

“A Study of the Effect of Self-Disciplined Learning.”China University Teaching(9) 2006: 53-55.

“Concept and Measurement of L2 Oral Accuracy.”Wuhan University Journal(5) 2003: 64-69.

“The Influence of China’s Entry into WTO on the Reform of English Teaching in China.”Science & Technology Progress and Policy(4) 2002: 172-73.

“The Set-up of Self-Direction Model through the Use of English Radios to Enhance Students’ English Proficiency.”Wuhan University Journal(5)2000: 69-72.

“Application of Situational Approach to the Teaching of New Concept English.”Language, Culture Education and Research(2) 2000: 79-82.

“On Translation of Trademarks in Line with Marketing Strategy.”Translation and Culture. Wuhan: Hubei Science and Technology Press, 2000: 247-249.

(2) Books and Book Chapters:

Coursebook of Audio-Video English.Wuhan: Wuhan University Press, 2005.

Students’ Book of the Coursebook “New College English”. Beijing: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press, 2002.

Tackling GRE Analytical.Beijing: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 2001.

Coursebook of Listening to English (Band 6). Wuhan: Wuhan University of Sciences Press, 1999.

4. Conference Presentations

“From Unreliable Man to True Lover: Shifting Images of Chinese Men in Fiction by Female Australian Writers of Mainland Chinese Background”. Presented at the 2017 ASAL conference, Melbourne, July 2017.

“Gender and Sexuality in Shi Guoying’sMistaken Love”. Presented at the “Workshop on Australia’s Multicultural Heritage”, University of Wollongong, July 2015.

“Polygamists Beware - The First Chinese Australian Novel”. Presented at theLiterary Studies Convention, University of Wollongong, July 2015.

“Early Chinese Australian Writing -The Tung Wah Times”. Presented at the ASAL annual conference,University of Sydney, July 2014.

“The Exiled Scholar: A Study of the Male Protagonist in Ouyang Yu’sThe Eastern Slope Chronicle”. Presented at the 3rdAsian Australian Studies Research Network Conference (AASRN) held at Curtin University, Perth, in November 2010.

“Scholarship on Chinese Masculinities and Diasporic Chinese Masculinities”. Presented at the 6thInternational Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS 6) held in South Korea in 2009.

“Syntactic Complexity and EFL Writing Proficiency”. Presented at the Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics Conference in Winnipeg, 2004.

5. Grants

●A Study of the Promulgation of ‘The Belt and Road Initiative’ in Australia and Strategies to Enhance the Australian Understanding and Acceptance of It (Chief Investigator, Education Ministry of China, 2017)

●Sons of the Yellow Emperor Down Under: Early Chinese-Australian Writing and Its Evolution (Chief investigator, Australia-China Council, 2013)

●New Transnationalims:Australia’s Multicultural Literary Heritage (Co-investigator, Australian Research Council, 2013)

●Building Australian Studies at Wuhan University (Co-investigator, Australia-China Council, 2013)

6. Awards

● First-Prize Winner of the 3rdOutstanding Teaching Award of Wuhan University

● First-Prize Winner of the 1stTeaching Contest at the School of Foreign Languages & Literature of Wuhan University

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