Zhang Jun

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Curriculum Vitae

Zhang Jun

School of Languages and Cultures

Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology

No.219, Ningliu Road, Nanjing, Jiangsu P, P. R. China 210044

Position Held: Deputy Dean of School of Languages and Cultures

Professional Title: Professor; Master Tutor

Email:  simpsonzhang2008@126.com

Phone: 86 13852286591


EDUCATION                                                                                                                      

Ph.D.         Shanghai International Studies University (SISU)                                               

M.A.    Southwest Jiaotong University (SWJTU)                                                    

B.A.     Nanjing Normal University (NJNU)    

Visiting Scholar         Washburn University                                 

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCES

1)      Advanced English; Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China

2)      Selected Reading of British and American Literature; Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China

3)      Academic Writing; Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China

4)      Comprehensive English; Changshu Institute of Technology, China

5)      Listening;  Changshu Institute of Technology, China

RESEARCH INTERESTS                                             

1)      British and American literature (especially American literature);

2)      Translation Theory and Practice;

3)      History of Science and Technology

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

1.      Zhang Jun, 2013: A Study of the Mentors in Saul Bellow’s Bildungsroman. Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press (in Chinese, monograph).

2.      Zhang Jun, 2015: Emotions Matter: A Relational Approach to Emotions. Jiangsu Education Press (in Chinese, Translation, to be published in 2015).           

3. Zhang Jun, 2011: Meditation on Two Absurd Picture Scrolls: A Comparative Study of The Zoo Story and Krapp’s Last Tape [J]. Foreign Literatures, No1 (in Chinese)

4. Zhang Jun, 2013: The Mentor in Saul Bellow’s Bildungsroman Mr Sammler's Planet [J]. Foreign Literature, No.3 (in Chinese)

5. Zhang Jun, 2010:  Mechanism of Masochism and Its Social Function in Saul Bellow’s Works——Exemplified by Seize the Day and More Die of Heartbreak [J]. Foreign Literature, No.3 (in Chinese)

6. Zhang Jun, 2013: Decoding the Mentor Figure in Saul Bellow’s The Bellarosa Connection [J]. Contemporary Foreign Literature, No.2 (in Chinese)

7. Zhang Jun, 2008: A Study of “Three Flowering Periods” in the Development of African American Literature [J]. Contemporary Foreign Literature, No.1 (in Chinese)

8. Zhang Jun, Wu Jianlan, 2010: Hamlet Studies from the Perspective of Postmodernism [J]. Foreign Language Education, No.1 (in Chinese)

9. Zhang Jun, 2013: Mergence of Explicit Function and Implicit Function: Study of the Mentor in Saul Bellow’s Bildungsroman Seize the Day [J]. Foreign Language Education, No.6 (in Chinese)

10. Zhang Jun, Wu Jianlan, 2012: Research on the Construction of the American National Identity via Jewish American Literary Canon after World War II [J]. Hebei Academic Journal, No.1 (in Chinese)

11. Zhang Jun, 2012: The Multiple Motifs and Their Social Function Studies in Jewish American Literature [J]. Academic Forum, No.12 (in Chinese)

12. Zhang Jun, 2013: Dissolution of Orientalism in Chinese American Literature [J]. Jiangxi Social Sciences, No.5 (in Chinese)

13. Zhang Jun, 2014: Research on “American Cultural, Historical, Social System and Ideological Identity” in Contemporary Jewish American Literature [J]. Hebei Academic Journal, No.6 (in Chinese)

14. Zhang Jun, 2008: The American Major Minority Literature Under Heavy Burden—Comment on ‘The dispute between Frank Chin and Maxine Hong KingstonJames Baldwin’s falling out with Richard Wrightand Question about Covenant’ [J]. Academic Forum, No.12 (in Chinese)

15. Zhang Jun, 2008:  The Thorny Development of American Jewish Literature [J]. Academics in China, No.6 (in Chinese)

16. Zhang Jun, Zhou Youhua, 2010: The Religious Motifs and Their Social function Studies in Jewish American Literature [J]. Jiangxi Social Sciences, No.3 (in Chinese)

17. Zhang Jun, 2008: Study of the Afro-American Literature Within the Framework of Dynastic History [J]. Hebei Academic Journal, No.1 (in Chinese)

18. Zhang Jun, 2010: Comments on the Researches of American Judah Literature [J]. Hebei Academic Journal, No.2 (in Chinese)

19. Zhang Jun, Wu Jianlan, 2011: The Jewish Ethic Implication of Twofold “Father-Son” Relationships in Saul Bellow’s Seize The Day [J]. Jiangxi Social Sciences, No.3 (in Chinese)

20. Zhang Jun, 2008: Two Canaans in Singer’s Mindcomment on Gimpel the Fool and The Spinoza of Market Street [J]. Jiangxi Social Sciences , No.12 (in Chinese)

21. Zhang Jun, 2007: A Fight Without Any Result: Discover The Old Man And The Sea [J]. Guizhou Social Sciences, No.3 (in Chinese)

22. Zhang Jun, 2007: The Assistant: The Analysis of the Living Predicaments of the Jewish Immigrant of the First Generation in America [J]. Qilu Journal, No.6 (in Chinese)

23. Zhang Jun, 2004: Forbidden Fruit and Monk—Analysis of Frollo and Dimmesdale [J]. Journal of Southwest University for Nationalities (Humanities and Social Sciences), No.2 (in Chinese)

24. Zhang Jun, 2012: The Multiple Motifs and Their Social Function in Jewish American Literature after World War II [J]. Translations, No.6 (in Chinese)

25. Zhang Jun, 2008: On the Spiritual Pursuit of the American Major Minority Literature [J]. Translations, No.6 (in Chinese)

26. Zhang Jun, 2008: Indelible ‘Root’ Culture in American Minority Literature——starting with RootsThe Joy Luck Club and Short Friday [J]. Masterpieces Review, No.12 (in Chinese)

27. Zhang Jun, 2007: New Height of Constructing a Way out for the Blacks: Interpreting Toni Morrison’s Beloved [J]. Masterpieces Review, No.9 (in Chinese)

28. Zhang Jun, 2009: Pressure· Choice· InterpretationOn Guests of the Nation, The Discuss Thrower and The Acorn-Gather [J]. Masterpieces Review, No.4 (in Chinese)

29. Zhang Jun, Zhang Xianhong, 2010: “The Marginal Men” Motif and Its Social Function in Jewish American Literature after World War II: Exemplified by The Magician of Lublin, The Magic Barrel, Seize the Day [J]. Movie Literature, No.6 (in Chinese)

30. Zhang Jun, Zhang Xianhong, 2010: “The Intellectuals” in Jewish American Literature after World War II [J]. Fei Tian, No.3 (in Chinese)

31. Zhang Jun, Wu Jianlan, Zhao Yamin, 2013: Contemporary Jewish American Literature and American Identity from the perspective of “Pragmatism” [J]. Anhui Literature, No.10 (in Chinese)

32. Zhang Jun, 2004: Unscramble the Destinies of Two Females; La Esmeralda and Hester Prynne [J]. Journal of Chengdu University of Technology (Social Sciences) , No.2 (in Chinese)

33. Zhang Jun, 2005: Cultural Differences between American Chinese Descendants and American Jewish Descendants [J]. Journal of Luoyang Normal University, No.6 (in Chinese)

34. Zhang Jun, 2005: What is Behind the 2 Men——Frollo and Dimmesdale [J]. Journal of Jishou University, No.6 (in Chinese)

35. Zhang Jun, 2006: Analysis of Hawthorne’s Thought: On The Scarlet Letter [J]. Journal of Luoyang Normal University, No.6 (in Chinese)

36. Zhang Jun, 2006: Conrads Reflection on Colonial Policy from the Existentialism in The Heart of Darkness [J]. Journal of Fuyang Teachers College (Social Sciences) , No.6 (in Chinese)

37. Zhang Jun, 2006: Thomas Hardy’s Former Religious Feelings from Far From the Madding Crowd [J].  Journal of Changchun Institute of Technology (Social Sciences Edition), No.4 (in Chinese)

38. Zhang Jun, 2007: Connotation of Arbitrariness and Its Reflection in Imagism Poems from the Perspective of Semiotics [J]. Journal of Luoyang Normal University, No.1 (in Chinese)

39. Zhang Jun, 2007: New Question Types in CET-4 and Corresponding Teaching Methods of Intensive Reading [J]. Journal of Changshu Institute of Technology, No.6 (in Chinese)

40. Zhang Jun, 2005: The Study of ‘Adaptation’ in Translation [J]. University Education Forum, Volume 2, (in English)

41. Cha Qingling, Zhang Jun, 2014: Study of the Meteorological Ideas of Science and Technology in Kong Ji Ge Zhi 

Selected RESEARCH PROJECTS                                                                                      

1. 2012 National Social and Scientific Fund Program, China, 12BWW049: “Contemporary Jewish American Literature and American Identity in the Process of Modernization” (Project Leader)

2.  2009 Humanities and Social Science Fund Project of Ministry of Education, China, 09YJC752016: “Social Function of the Motifs in Jewish American Literature after World War II” (Project Leader)

 

3. 2011 Social Science Fund Project of Jiangsu Province, China, 11WWB005: “Jewish American Literature and American Identity” (Project Leader)

 

4. 2008 Philosophy and Social Science Foundation of the Higher Education Institutions of Jiangsu Province, China, 08SJB7500012: “Study of American Important Minority Literature” (Project Leader)

 

5. 2011 Philosophy and Social Science Foundation of the Higher Education Institutions of Jiangsu Province, China, 2011SJD750035: “Jewish American Literary Canon of the Latter Half of the 20th Century and the Construction of American Identity” (Project Leader)

 

6. 2007 National Social and Scientific Fund Program, China, 07BWW016:Ethical Orientation of Saul Bellow’s Novels (the Second Completer and Participant)

IMPORTANT ACADEMIC REPORT

2013      Construction of American Identity in Jewish American Literature after World War II ”, in Washburn University, USA.(In English, Lecturer)

 

Selected HONOURS AND AWARDS      

1. 2014  The Third Prize Winner of the Thirteenth Philosophy and Social Science Award of Jiangsu Province

2. 2012  Cultivating Object of “Qinglan Project” Young and Middle-aged Academic Leader in Universities of Jiangsu Province

3. 2013 Outstanding Scientific and Technological Worker of Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology

4. 2011 Second-level Award for Teaching Achievements of Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology

    5. 2008  Scientific Research Award of Changshu Institute of Technology