Congratulations to UBC PhD student, Raymond Pai, and his colleagues in Asian Studies (and History, Education, etc.) for organizing an exciting and very successful series of events related to “Cantonese Worlds”: language, literacies, education, literatures, and performing arts!( click here for more info)
Congratulations to the following UBC Asian Studies & Faculty of Education students! (see link to ‘Graduate Students’ page as well.) NOTE: all UBC dissertations/theses can be downloaded from our UBC repository: cIRcle https://open.library.ubc.ca/collections?topic=Theses%2520and%2520Dissertations
- Ai Mizuta(2017). PhD Dissertation.
- Memories of language lost and learned: Parents and the shaping of Chinese as a heritage language in Canada.
- Fiona Bewley (2018). MA Thesis.
- Culture and language ideology in Chinese foreign language textbooks: A thematic analysis.
- Li Shuang. (2018). MA Thesis.
- Motivation of Mandarin speakers learning Cantonese in a transnational context: multilingualism and investment.
- Sumin Fang (2015). MA Thesis.
- Engagement with Chinese Popular Culture in Adult Mandarin Language Learning and Socialization.
Duff, P., & Doherty, L. (2019). Learning “Chinese” as heritage language: Challenges, issues, and ways forward. In C-R. Huang, Z. Jing- Schmidt, & B. Meisterernst (Eds.), Routledge handbook of Chinese applied linguistics. New York: Routledge.
- Fang, S., & Duff, P. (2018). Constructing identities and negotiating ideologies with Chinese popular culture in adult Mandarin learning. Global Chinese, 4(1), 37-61.
- Duff, P., & Doherty, L. (2018). Chinese second language socialization. In C. Ke (Ed.), The Routledge handbook of Chinese second language acquisition (pp. 82-99). New York: Routledge.
- Li, D., & Duff, P. (2018). Learning Chinese as a heritage language in postsecondary contexts. In C. Ke (Ed.), The Routledge handbook of Chinese second language acquisition (pp. 318-335). New York: Routledge.
- Duff, P. (2017). Commentary: Motivation for learning languages other than English in an English-dominant world. Modern Language Journal. 103(3), 597-607.
- Duff, P., Liu, Y., & Li, D. (2017). Chinese heritage language learning: Negotiating identities, ideologies, and institutionalization. In O. Kagan, M. Carreira, & C. Chik (Eds.), Routledge handbook on heritage language education (pp. 409-422). New York: Routledge.
- Duff, P., & Becker-Zayas, A. (2017). Demographics and heritage languages in Canada: Policies, patterns, and prospects. In O. Kagan, M. Carreira, & C. Chik (Eds.), Routledge handbook on heritage language education (pp. 57-67). New York, NY: Routledge.
Fang, S., & Duff, P. (2018). Constructing identities and negotiating ideologies with Chinese popular culture in adult Mandarin learning. Global Chinese, 4(1),37-61.
CRCLLE RESEARCH COLLABORATION
Duff, Anderson, Ilnyckyj, VanGaya, Wang & Yates. (2013). Learning Chinese: Linguistic, sociocultural, and narrative perspectives. Boston/Berlin: Springer.
“Negotiating changing Chinese language, literacy and other semiotic practices in the transnational online information economy”
Investigators: Patricia (Patsy) Duff, Duanduan Li, Liam Doherty
LLED/CRCLLE research site
Reading into a New China (Volumes 1 & 2, 2016) – Cheng & Tsui
Book Covers (Vol. 1 & 2) and Sample Lessons (1 & 4)
Fall 2016 Research Roundtable
- Dr. Patsy Duff (Language & Literacy Education [LLED]) – Chinese language socialization
- Dr. Ryuko Kubota (LLED) – language use in transnational workplaces
- Dr. Duanduan Li (Asian Studies) functional grammar and textbook development
- Dr. Huamei Han (Simon Fraser University) – African migrant workers’ Chinese learning
- Dr. Hongxia Shan (Educational Studies) – language, mobility, and labour market integration
- Dr. Guofang Li (LLED) – CRC activities – immigrant children’s bilingual/biliteracy development
- Dr. Qian Wang (UBC Asian Studies) – Chinese literacy, technologies, and education
- UBC Graduate Students (Liam Doherty, Ai Mizuta, and others) – Chinese in media, society, diaspora, learning
An article by CRCLLE researchers published in the journal Global Chinese–“Representations of Chinese Language Learning in Contemporary English-language News Media: Hope, Hype, and Fear”–was the outcome of a UBC Hampton grant-funded research project.