Lecturer of English Department
Mr. Dong received his Ph.D. degree in English Language and Literature at Nanjing University and was selected as the visiting scholar of UCLA. He was awarded the Academic Award for Ph.D. Students granted by the Ministry of Education in 2010. His main research field is Cognitive Linguistics and he is a member of China Cognitive Linguistics Association. He published 12 CSSCI papers, co-edited a textbook for a first-class national press, and presided over or participated in six projects at national, ministerial and provincial levels. He once served as the branch conference chairman of an academic conference and delivered a speech.
Bachelor degree in English, Tianjin University, 2006.
Master degree in Foreign Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, Tianjin University, 2008.
Doctor degree in English Language and Literature, Nanjing University, 2014.
3.Positions & Employments
2014- present: Lecturer, English Department, School of Foreign Languages and Literature, Tianjin University.
Undergraduate course: English Pronunciation, EST Reading, An Introduction to Cognitive Linguistics
Postgraduates course: Cognitive Linguistics
1)Dong Yuezhang: Construction, Domain Matrix and Construal: A Cognitive Grammar Account of “chi shi tang”. Journal of Foreign Languages, 2011, 3(34): 2-12.
2)Dong Yuezhang, Zhang Ren: A Structural Genomics Approach to Language Emergence and Acquisition. Foreign Languages and Their Teaching, 2009(10): 1-4 and backcover.
6.Honors & Awards
1)The Ministry of Education Academic Award for Ph.D. Students(2010)
2)Tianjin University Shen Zhikang Award (2016)