YAOHUA SHI

YAOHUA SHI
Associate Professor

 

C48F7427

Telephone: (336) 758-3994
Office: 027 G Carswell Hall

Email: shiy@wfu.edu

CURRICULUM VITAE

CURRICULUM VITAE

B.A.  -Shanghai Foreign Languages Institute
M.A.  -Clark University
Ph.D.  -Indiana University

Yaohua joined Wake Forest in 2002. He has taught all levels of Chinese language classes and courses in Chinese literature and film and East Asian cultures. His primary research interests are pre-modern Chinese vernacular fiction, Chinese modernism, and China’s encounters with the West

COURSES TAUGHT

COURSES TAUGHT

CHI 101 Elementary Chinese I

CHI 102 Elementary Chinese II

CHI 220 Advanced Chinese I

CHI 230 Advanced Chinese II

CHI 231 Advanced Chinese III

CHI 255 Business Chinese

CHI 296 Chinese across the Curriculum 

FYS Encountering the Other: China and the West

EAL 153 Introduction to Chinese Film

EAL 221 Themes in Chinese Literature

EAL 231 Early 20th-century Chinese Modernism

EAL 275 Survey of East Asian Cultures

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

“The Poetry of Dai Wangshu: Where Tradition Meets Modernism,” The Routledge Handbook of Modern Chinese Literature, Routledge, 2018

 

Integrated Chinese, 4th ed., vols. 1-4 (co-author), Cheng & Tsui, 2016-2018

 

“In Ninety-nine Degrees of Heat,” a short story by Lin Huiyin, (co-translator with Judith Amory), Renditions 85 (2016): 43-62

 

Chinese (Mandarin) V: Learn to Speak and Understand Mandarin Chinese with Pimsleur Language Programs, Simon & Schuster, 2016

 

After the Baptism, a novella by Yang Jiang, (co-translator with Judith Amory), People’s Literature Press, 2015

 

Chinese (Mandarin) IV: Learn to Speak and Understand Mandarin Chinese with Pimsleur Language Programs, Simon & Schuster, 2014

 

Chinese (Mandarin) III: Learn to Speak and Understand Mandarin Chinese with Pimsleur Language Programs, Simon & Schuster, 2010

 

Integrated Chinese, 3rd ed., Levels I-II (co-author), Cheng & Tsui, 2009-2010

 

Baptism, a novel by Yang Jiang, (co-translator with Judith Amory), University of Hong Kong Press, 2007

 

“Maintaining Law and Order in the City: New Tales of the People’s Police,” The Urban Generation: Chinese Cinema in the Age of Reform, ed., Zhang Zhen, Duke University Press, 2007                                                      

 “Beginning Anew: Repetition and Cliché in the Rulin waishi,” Tamkang Review, vol. xxxvi no. 4, (Summer 2006): 2-33      

“Reconstructing Modernism: the Shifting Narratives of Chinese Modernist Architecture,” Modern Chinese Literature and Culture, vol. 18, No. 1 (spring 2006): 30-84                             

“Beginnings and Departures: the Dream of Red Chamber,” New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 7, No. 1 (June 2005): 112-133                                 

Chinese (Mandarin) II: Learn to Speak and Understand Mandarin Chinese with Pimsleur Language Programs, Simon & Schuster, 2002 

“The Enigmatic Ligeia/‘Ligeia.’” Studies in Short Fiction 28.4 (1991): 485-496

OTHER ACTIVITIES

OTHER ACTIVITIES

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