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系、所:英语系  职称:讲师          

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  箱:wesleyxmj@njtech.edu.cn  

 

教育背景  

      文学博士(浙江大学,2018)

      文学硕士(安徽师范大学,2008)

      大学本科(安徽师范大学,2005)  

 

研究专长  

      认知语言学;语篇分析  

 

主要科研项目  

     

       在研南京工业大学“青年社科基金”项目(2018-2020) :“《庄于》与柏拉图《对话录》中哲学对话的比较认知修辞学研究”,入选2019年江苏省“双创计划”双创博士(世界名校类,高校创新)



代表性成果   

[1] Xiang, M. (2015). Review of Esther Pascual: Fictive interaction: The conversation frame in thought, language, and discourse. Cognitive Linguistics, 26(4), 709-716. (SSCI, A&HCI)

[2] Xiang, M., & Pascual, E. (2016). Debate with Zhuangzi: Expository questions as fictive interaction blends in an old Chinese text. Pragmatics, 26(1), 137-162. (SSCI, A&HCI)

[3] Xiang, M. (2016). Real, imaginary, or fictive? Philosophical dialogues in an early Daoist text and its pictorial version. In Esther Pascual & Sergeiy Sandler (Eds.), The Conversation Frame: Forms and Functions of Fictive Interaction (pp. 63-86). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

[4] Xu, J., & Xiang, M. (2019). Review of Blending technologies in second language classrooms, Palgrave Macmillan, Don Hinkelman. London, England (2018), Pp. Xxxii + 407. System, 81, 216-218. (SSCI)

[5] Xiang, M., & Ma, B. (2020). How can I persuade you without making self-assertions? A cognitive rhetorical analysis of the use of fictive questions in an early Daoist text. In Vera da Silva Sinha, Ana Moreno-Núñez, & Zhen Tian (Eds.), Language, Thought and Identity - Signs of Life (pp. 249–273). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

[6] 林美珍、项名健、马博森.(2020).《自闭症谱系障碍语言创新性研究》述介.当代语言学(2),303-307. (CSSCI)

[7] Xiang, M., Pascual, E., & Ma, B. (2021). Who’s speaking for whom? Rhetorical questions as intersubjective mixed viewpoint constructions in an early Daoist text. Journal of Historical Pragmatics, 22(2). (SSCI, A&HCI)


国际会议论文  

[1] Real, imaginary, or fictive? Philosophical dialogues in an early Daoist text and its pictorial version presented at The Conversation Frame Expert Workshop, 5-6 June 2014, University of Groningen, the Netherlands.

[2] Who’s reading? Rhetorical questions as intersubjective mixed viewpoint constructions in an old Chinese text presented at the 5th UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, 29-31 July 2014, Lancaster University, UK and the 2nd Fictive Interaction Symposium, 2-3 April 2015, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, USA.

[3] Translating the invisible: Fictive questions in an Old Chinese text and its English translations presented at the 13th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, 20-25 July 2015, Northumbria University, UK.

[4] Xiang, M. How can I persuade you? A cognitive rhetorical analysis of the use of fictive questions in an old Chinese text presented at the 7th International Conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association (DGKL/GCLA), 5-7 October 2016, University Duisburg-Essen, Germany.

[5] Xiang, M. & E. Pascual. Can rhetorical questions have matched polarity? Evidence from classical Chinese presented at the 15th International Pragmatics Conference, 16-21 July 2017, Belfast, UK.

[6] Xiang, M. Who’s speaking? Rhetorical questions as intersubjective mixed viewpoint constructions in an early Daoist text presented at the 4th International Conference on Figurative Thought and Language, 23-26 October 2018, Braga, Portugal.

[7] Xiang, M. & A. Bonifazi. The form is the message: A comparative cognitive rhetorical study of the philosophical dialogues by Zhuangzi and Plato presented at the Polish Cognitive Linguistics Association Conference 2019, 26-28 September 2019, Bialystok, Poland.


获奖情况  

[1] 浙江大学第四届学生人文社会科学研究优秀成果奖 研究生优秀成果特等奖

[2] 南京工业大学2020届本科毕业论文优秀指导教师