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FANG Wenkai

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FANG Wenkai


1) B.   A. in English from Hubei Normal University

2) M.A.   in Comparative and World Literature from Shanghai Normal University

Academic Publications


1. Humanities, Nature and   Home of the Soul: Study on Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Modernity and it’s Influence. Shanghai: Shanghai   Foreign Language Education Press, 2008.

2. “Criticism of Marjorie   Perloff: Readings in 20th Century Poetry and Poetics”, edited by   Nie Zhenzhao etc. Forum for World Literature Studies (special issue),   Sep. 2011. (Chapter 3: Modern Poetry and Futurism)


Journal   articles:

1. Happy Ending: Hawthorne’s Philosophy of History and   Concern for His Motherland. Foreign   Literature Studies, Vol.39, No.2, 2017: 101-111.

2. Myth Adaptation, Neutral Territory, Frame   Narration: Hawthorne's Narrative Strategies in The Wonder Books for Boys and Girls. Foreign Languages Research, Vol.150, No.2, 2015: 98-103.

3. The Blithedale Romance: Hawthorne's Practice in   Civil Citizenship. Study and   Exploration, Vol.231, No.10, 2014: 137-141.

4. Coverdale: The Agent of Hawthorne’s Reflection on   Modernity. Foreign Literature Studies,   Vol.36, No.1, 2014: 53-62.

5. Citation, Concretization, Transcription: Poetry   Writing in the Age of Information—A Review of Marjorie Perloff’s Unoriginal   Genius: Poetry by Other Means in the New Century. Foreign Literature Studies, Vol.33, No.4, 2011: 38-41.

6. The Blithedale, a Stage for Hawthorne to Explore   the Working System of Power, Foreign   Literature Studies, Vol.31, No.6, 2009: 89-96.

7. On the Implied Cultural and Political Rhetorics in   John Updike’s A&P, Contemporary   Foreign literature, Vol.29, No.1, 2008: 39-44.

8. On Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Cultural-Political   Strategy from The House of the Seven Gables, Foreign Literature Studies, Vol.30, No.1, 2008: 70-74.

9. On the Arabesque of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The House   of the Seven Gables, Journal of   Shichuan International Studies University, Vol.24, No.6, 2008: 25-30.

10. Nathaniel Hawthorne   and Romantic Irony, Foreign Language   Studies, No.6, 2007: 89-93.

11. On the Psychological   Symbolism in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Works, The   Journal of Huzhou Normal College, Vol.28, No.3, 2006:20-24

12. Analysis of the   Dreams’ Description in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Novels, Henan Social Science, Vol.11, No.5, 2005: 132-134.

13. Nathaniel Hawthorne’s   Modernity, Foreign Literature Studies,   Vol.27, No.5, 2005: 133-140.

Conferences (papers presented)

1) Nov. 13-15, 2015, The Ninth National   Symposium on English Translation of Chinese Classics, Jiangnan University,   China.

2) Oct. 1-8, 2015, The Fifth International Symposium   on Literary Ethical Criticism, Seoul, South Korea.

3) June 12-15, 2014, Hawthorne in the Berkshires: The   Nathaniel Hawthorne Society Biennial Summer Meeting, Massachusetts College of   Liberal Arts, USA.

4) Nov. 22-25, 2011, The National Conference on the   Hot Issues of New Millennium Foreign Literature in Shanghai University,   Shanghai, China.

5) Sep. 29-30, 2011, The 1st Convention of   Chinese/American Association for Poetry and Poetics in Huazhong Normal   University, Wuhan, China.

Scholarly Exchanges

1. 2007-2008,   Advanced Visiting Scholar in Central China Normal University

2. 2014-2015,   Visiting Scholar in Texas A & M University

Past Schools

1. 2004-2011,   Professor, Huzhou Normal College

2. 1991-2004,   Lecturer, Associate Professor, Changjiang University


? 2005,   The Study on Nathaniel Hawthorne's Modernity, regulated project of philosophy   and social sciences sponsored by Zhejiang provincial government.

? 2010,   The Study on Nathaniel Hawthorne's Cultural and Political Strategies, regulated   project of humanities and social sciences sponsored by Ministry of Education.

? 2013,   The Study on Narrative Strategies of Nathaniel Hawthorne's Children   Literature, regulated project of philosophy and social sciences sponsored by   Jiangsu provincial government.


1) Rong   Zhiquan Teaching Award in Jiangnan University, 2013

2) The   Most Popular Teacher in Jiangnan University, 2013

3) Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Modernity,   the Outstanding Achievement Award in Huzhou Philosophy and Social Science,   2007


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