Associate Professor of Chinese
Ms. Teng was born in1976 and is native of Shandong Province. In 2001, she received her Master degree from Nanjing University, majoring in Comparative Literature and World Literature. In 2008, she received her Ph.D. degree from Nankai University. At present, she is an Associate Professor of Chinese Department, School of Foreign Languages and Literature, Tianjin University. She was granted the honor of Outstanding Supervisor of Graduation Thesis, Tianjin University.
Master degree in Comparative Literature and World Literature, Nanjing University, 2001.
Doctor degree in Comparative Literature and World Literature, Nankai University, 2008.
3.Positions & Employments
2001-present: Chinese Department, Tianjin University.
History of Foreign Literature
History of British Fictions
British Literature Masterpieces
Research on Hardy’ Novels from the Perspective of Folk Culture. Nankai University Press, 2016.
1)Teng Aiyun. Thinking and Exploration to living Conditions— Comparative Analysis of Living Conditions in Nowhere to Bid Farewell to and L'étranger. Contemporary Foreign Literature. 2000 (2) :161-166.
2)Teng Aiyun. Modern Characteristics of Tragic Consciousness in Hardy' s Works. Journal of Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (Social Sciences Edition). 2004, 17(3): 77-80.
3)Teng Aiyun. Study on the Flavor of Destiny in Hardy' Fiction Through a View of Ancient Greece Tragedy. Journal of Tianjin University (Social Sciences). 2004, 6(3): 284-288.
4)Teng Aiyun. Carnival Arts of Hardy’s Novels. Journal of Beihai University (Social Sciences). 2008, 9(5): 95-99.
5)Teng Aiyun. Legend Narrative in Hardy’s Novels. Journal of Shanxi Normal University (Social Science). 2010, 37(5): 62-64.
6)Teng Aiyun. Ecological Consciousness in Hardy's Novels. Journal of Tianjin University (Social Sciences). 2011, 13(1): 45-48.
7)Teng Aiyun. Hardy’s Novels Society Ethics in the Wessex Journal of Beijing University of Aeronautics Context. and Astronautics (Social Sciences Edition). 2011, 24(2): 89-92.
8)Teng Aiyun. Animatism of the Wessex and Mysterious Style in Hardy's Novels. Journal of Tianjin University (Social Sciences).2012, 14(4): 346-349.
9)Teng Aiyun. Female Narrative in Red Sorghum and The Return of the Native from a Folk Perspective. Journal of Tianjin University (Social Sciences). 2015, 17(1): 73-76.
6.Honors & Awards
The honor of Outstanding Supervisor of Graduation Thesis, Tianjin University.