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Publications - Ji, Fengyuan

Please contact this author at Fengyuan.Ji@anu.edu.au for other publications information.

Journal articles

  • Ji, F (2013). Book review: Haomin Gong, Uneven Modernity: Literature, Film and Intellectual Discourse in Postsocialist China New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies. Vol. 15 134-136.
  • Ji, F (2004). Language and Violence during the Chinese Cultural Revolution American Journal of Chinese Studies. Vol. 11 227.
  • Ji, F (2004). Linguistic Engineering in Mao's China: The Case of English Language Teaching New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies. Vol. 6 17.

Books

  • Ji, F & Bouterey, S (2013). East Meets West: Cultures, Literatures, and Languages in the Global Age . Beijing: Beijing Normal University Publishing Group.
  • Ji, F, Lin, J & Bouterey, S (2011). Cultural Interactions and Interpretations in a Global Age . Christchurch: Canterbury University Press.
  • Ji, F (2004). Linguistic Engineering: Language and Politics in Mao's China . USA: University of Hawaii Press.

Book chapters

  • Ji, F (2013). From Marvels of the World to Hibernation: Early Western Discourses on China. In Ji Fengyuan and Susan Boutery (Ed.), East Meets West: Cultures, Literatures, and Languages in the Global Age (pp. 172-178) Beijing: Beijing Normal University Publishing Group.
  • Ji, F (2012). Linguistic Engineering in Hu Jintao's China: The Case of the 'Maintain Advancedness' Campaign. In <> (Ed.), <> (pp. 22) <>: <>.
  • Ji, F & Bouterey, S (2011). Introduction: Cultural Interactions and Interpretations in a Global Age. In Ji Fengyuan, Lin Jinghua, Susan Bouterey (Ed.), Cultural Interactions and Interpretations in a Global Age (pp. Jul-16) Christchurch: Canterbury University Press.
  • Ji, F (2011). Marxism in a global age: Russian and Soviet influences on Chinese communism 1917-76. In Ji Fengyuan, Lin Jinghua, Susan Bouterey (Ed.), Cultural Interactions and Interpretations in a Global Age (pp. 49-67) Christchurch: Canterbury University Press.
  • Ji, F (2011). Language, State and Society in Post-Mao China: Continuity and Change. In Ernest Andrews (Ed.), Legacies of Totalitarian Language in the Discourse Culture of the Post-Totalitarian Era: The Case of Eastern Europe, Russia, and China (pp. 183-207) Lanham, MD, USA: Lexington Books.
  • Ji, F (2006). The Sapir/Whorf Hypothesis and Linguistic Engineering. In Ken Henshall and Xiao Hong (Ed.), Ethnic Identities and Linguistic Expressions: Languages, Literatures and Cultural Interaction in an Age of Globalization (pp. 542) Beijing: Beijing: People's Literary Press.

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