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Curriculum Vitae SHI Jian (石 坚)
Family Name: SHI
First Name: Jian
Office Address: European Studies Centre, Sichuan University, Wangjiang Rd. 29, Chengdu, 610064, P. R. China
Phone No.: 86-28-8540 9010 (O), 86-28-8541-1806 (O)
Fax. No.: 86-28-8541 2400 (O)
Email address: jishi@scu.edu.cn
Education:
01/91-10/95 Ph.D. in Arts and Science, Department of English, Lehigh University, PA, USA.
09/86-07/89 MA in English Language and Literature, Department of Foreign Languages, Sichuan University, Chengdu, P. R. China.
09/74-08/77 BA in Arts and Science, Department of Foreign Languages, Sichuan University, Chengdu, P. R. China.

Academic Appointments:
08/98 - Professor of English, the College of Foreign Languages & Cultural Studies, Sichuan University.
08/96-08/98 Associate Professor of English, the College of Foreign Languages & Cultural Studies, Sichuan University.
01/95-12/95 Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Modern Linguistics, Lehigh University, PA, U.S.A.
02/91-07/96 Teaching Assistant, Lehigh University, PA, U.S.A.
02/91-07/96 Guest Speaker at Lehigh University, Moravian College, Muhlenberg College, Allentown College of St. Francis de Sales, local high schools, and local community.
09/77-06/89 Lecturer, Department of Foreign Languages, Sichuan University, China.
Foreign Visits as Visiting Professor(1999-): 1, Visiting Professor, Department of Economics, University of Bonn, Germany, February-March, 1999.
2, Visiting Professor, the Center of European Integration, University of Bonn, Germany. January-February, 2000.
3, Visiting Professor, University of Regina and University of Toronto, Canada, May-June, 2000.
4, Visiting Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong. October -December, 2000.
5, Visiting Professor, America, April-May, 2001.
6, Visiting Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, June-July, 2004.
Selected Academic Projects:
2001-2002 Project principal, "A Study on Unsymmetrical Employment and the Unbalance of the EU Labour Market in Relation to Higher Education." Supported by EU-China Higher Education Cooperation Programme.

2000-2001 Project participant, "Globalization, Culture and English Education". Supported by Chinese University of Hong Kong.
1999-2000 Project principal, “Higher Education and Employment: the Case Study in Germany.” Supported by EU-China Higher Education Cooperation Program.
1998-2000 Project principal, “21st Century College English Teaching and Textbooks.” Supported by the Education Department of Sichuan Province.
1998-2000 Project principal, “Dictionary of Western Cultural Studies.” Supported by the Ministry of Education, China.
1996-1998 Project participant, “A Comparative Study of the Stress among University Faculty in China and Japan.” Supported by SUMITOMO Science Foundation, Japan.
Selected Academic Positions: 2005-Vice President of Sichuan University. 1999-Director of the Centre for European Studies, Sichuan University, Chengdu, China.
1998-2005 Dean of the College of Foreign Languages & Cultural Studies, Sichuan University, Chengdu, China.
1998-Deputy Director of the English Teaching Advisory Committee of Higher Education, Provincial Department of Education, Sichuan.
1998-Member of the English Teaching Advisory Committee of Higher Education, The Ministry of Education, China.
2000-Deputy Chair of National English Teaching Association, China.
Selected Publications (since 1995):
Monograph:
1.English Essay Writing, Sichuan People’s Publication House, Chengdu, China, 2005.
2.Contemporary Western Culture Criticism: A Reader, Sichuan University Press, Chengdu, China, 2004.
3.The Observer and the Observed, Sichuan People’s Publishing House, Chengdu, China, 2002.
4.Native American Mythology and Literature, Sichuan People’s Publishing House, Chengdu, China, 1999.
5.Dictionary of Biblical Literature and Culture, Eds. Sichuan University Press, Chengdu, China, 2002.
6.Handbook of English, Ed. Southwest Communication University Press, Chengdu, China, 1999.
7.Theses in Foreign Languages, Literature and Culture Studies (4), Ed. Sichuan People’s Publishing House, Chengdu, China, 2001.
8.Theses in Foreign Languages, Literature and Culture Studies (5), Ed. Sichuan People’s Publishing House, Chengdu, China, 2002.
9.Hello English, Longman and Sichuan People’s Publishing House, Chengdu, China, 2002.
Selected Translations:
1, Statistics and Truth (by C. R. Rao), translated into Chinese, Chiu-Chang Publishers, Taipei, Taiwan, 1998; The Second Version, Beijing Science Press, 2004.
2, Emerson: The Mind of Fire (by Robert D. Richardson, JR.), translated into Chinese, Sichuan People’s Publishing House, Chengdu, China, 2001.

Paper and Book Chapter (1997-):
1, “On the Neutrality of Interpreter in Translation Work.” Bashu Theses on Translation, Sichuan People’s Publishing House, 1997.
2, “The Wheel Image and the Unity in William Faulkner’s Light in August.” Language, Literature and Foreign Language Teaching, Shanxi Travel Publishing House, 1997.
3, “How Much We Know What Maisie Knew: An Argument about Maisie’s Growing in Her Maturity.” Theses in Foreign Language, Literature and Culture Studies Vol(1), Sichuan University, 1998.
4, “Right, Honor and Dignity-the Challenging from the Mixed-blood Blacks in William Faulkner’s Go Down, Moses.” Educational Journal of Chongqing, 1998(1).
5, “The Stress among the University Faculty China in the Transitional Period of Economic System.” Jour. of Nanjing University (Research on Higher Education), Vol.58, 1998.
6, “The World in Reality and the World in Illusion for Marsha Nornan’s Women Characters.” Jour. of Drama, Vol. 1998 (4).
7, “Campus Culture in China: Pains and Gains of Foreign Teachers.” ADE Bulletin 123: 43-45, 1999.
8, “Knowledge and Self-image of Lambert Strether in Henry James’s The Ambassadors.” Theses in Foreign Language, Literature and Culture Studies (2), 82-95, Sichuan University Press, 1999.
9, “On the Improvement of Quality in Undergraduate Education.” Jour. of Higher Education Studies, Vol.17(23-26), 1999.
10, “Quantity Analysis of Working Stress among Japanese University Faculty.” Jour. of Nanjing University (Research on Higher Education), Vol.59, 1999.
11, “Study on Educational Expenditure.” Higher Educational Research, Vol. 19(72-75), 1999.
12, "A Comparative Study on Stress among University Faculty in China and Japan", Jour. of Higher Education, Vol.39 (3), The Netherlands, 2000. (SSCI 2000 IDS 301RA)
13, “Unsymmetrical employment and unbalanced labour market in relation to higher education: a comparative case study of EU and China”. European Studies Forum, Vol. 2(1-15), Sichuan University, 2000.
15. “The Reality and Fiction in the Restoration of History: The Fictional Characters of John Williams.” Critical Essays on American Prize-winning Fictions, Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press, Beijing, 2001.
16. “International Sociology of Knowledge Production and the Higher Education under the Background of European Integration”, European Studies Forum, No.3, (30-40), European Studies Centre, Sichuan University. (Chinese with English abstract) 17. “Elimination of the Unqualified Faculty and the Fairness of Academic Evaluation”, J. of Southwest University for Nationalities, Vol.25(1), 164-170., 2005. (Chinese with English title)
18. “Understanding the European Union’s Potential: A Brief Analysis of Lisbon Strategy”, Nankai Journal, 2005(No.1, 10-15), Nankai University. (Chinese with English abstract)
19. “The EU Constitution-making and Eastward-enlargement under the Frame of Assimilating-tendency”, J. of Southwest University for Nationalities, Vol.25(6), 172-176, 2005. (Chinese with English title)
20. “Harmony without Uniformity, Seeking Consensus While Reserving Difference: The Development of Sino-EU Relation and Its Future”, J. of Southwest University for Nationalities, Vol. 26(12), p.273-277. (Chinese with English title) 21. “Voltaire as a Cultural Historian”, Journal of Jiangxi Normal University, 2005, Vol 3, 23-26. (Chinese with English abstract)
22. “The Iran Policy of Bush’s Second Administration”[J], Journal of Urumqi Vocational University, 2005, Vol. 3, p68-73. (Chinese with English abstract)
23. “The US Factor on Turkey’s Road to EU Membership”[J], Journal of Southwest University for Nationalities, 2006, Vol. 2. (Chinese with English abstract)
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