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Tan Huijuan , Ph.D

Founder/Director of the Project on African American Literary History/ Director of The Institute of African and African American Literatures of Hangzhou Dianzi University

Professor of English in the English Department of Zhejiang University, Director of American  Literature Studies of Zhejiang University

Teaching American Literature Theory and Criticism to Ph.D candidates

Teaching Extensive Reading of English Canons to MA students

Teaching African American Literary Works and Translation from English to Chinese to BA Students

Executive Council member of English Literatures Study Association in China

Executive Council member of Sino-English Comperative Language and Culture Association

Executive Council member of Zhejiang Foreign Languages and Literature Association

Council Member of Comparative Literature and Cross-Cultural Study Association in China

Council Member of Chinese Rhetoric Studies in China

Advisory Board Member of CLCweb

 


Guo Jidong, Dean of the School of Foreign Languages

Ph.D., professor, master tutor. He once studied at Jilin University, Shanghai International Studies University and the University of Arizona. His research interests include second language acquisition, applied linguistics and translation theory. He has presided over more than 10 projects of various types, published more than 40 papers in professional journals such as language, education and social sciences, published 2 monographs, and edited 7 textbooks and collections of papers; Due to Relevant achievements, he got Zhejiang University scientific research achievements awards and other great awards. He currently presides over the National Social Science, Humanities and Social Sciences of the Ministry of Education and the Zhejiang Social Science Project, mainly engaged in foreign language learning psychology and translation ethics research. He is responsible for the overall administrative work of the School of Foreign Languages, and is responsible for disciplines, personnel, finance, scientific research, professional construction, postgraduate enrollment and training.