Name: Mao Weiqiang Sex: Male
Ph.D., Associate Professor, MA Supervisor
Add: School of Foreign Languages, Jiangsu University, 301 Xuefu Road, Zhenjiang,
Jiangsu 212013, PRC
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Contemporary British fiction
African American literature
1. Contemporary Western Critical Theories
2. Studies in Modern and Contemporary Literature
3. Critical Approach to Literary Studies
4. Studies in English Poetry
5. Modernist Literature and Culture
6. An Introduction to Literature
7. A Brief History of English and American Literature
Mao, Weiqiang (2017). Presentation of Sciences in Julian Barnes Fiction. Proceedings of the 2017 2nd International Conference on Humanities and Social Science: 324-328.
Mao, Weiqiang (2015). Self and Other in Crisis of Existence: a Study of Julian Barnes’ Novels. Suzhou: Soochow University Press.
Mao, Weiqiang (2013). “Technology, Novel Consumption and the Experiment with Modernist Fiction: a Study of Henry James’ In the Cage”. Foreign Literature. Vol. 130.2: 106-112.
Mao, Weiqiang (2013). “Quilting and African American Culture: a Study of the ‘Historical Re-memory’ in Beloved”. Foreign Language and Literature. Vol.29.5: 32-37.
Mao, Weiqiang (2012). “Fictional Paradigms and Critique of Morality：a Study of Julian Barnes’ The Sense of an Ending”. Foreign Literature Studies.Vol.34.6: 119-126.
Mao, Weiqiang (2012). “From the Pre-Racial to the Post-Racial——a Study of the De-Racialized Narrative in A Mercy” Translations. Vol.167.6: 37-49
Mao, Weiqiang (2011) Heterotopias and Cultural Others: a Study of Longfellow’s The Jewish Cemetery at New Port. Master Pieces Vol.373.10: 29-32.
Mao, Weiqiang (2010). “Give the Screw another Turn——A Cultural Re-Reading of The Turn of the Screw”, Journal of Language Teaching and Research. Vol.1.1: 44-49.
Mao, Weiqiang (2010). “Story Telling and Communal Singing---Effective forms of Appropriation to Destabilize White Supremacy”, Journal of Language Teaching and Research Vol.1.6: 26-34
Mao, Weiqiang (2009). “Hong Lou Meng Translation and Ethic Cultural Promotion”, Journal of Jiangsu University.Vol.5: 81-84
Mao, Weiqiang (2009). “Heterotopia as an alternative to Utopia—The narrative space in ‘The glass mountain’” US-China Foreign Language. Vol.10: 61-64
Mao, Weiqiang (2009). “Teaching Culture within and beyond Language”, English Language Teaching. Vol. 1.4: 144-148
Mao, Weiqiang (2009). “Beloved as an Oppositional Gaze ”, English Language Teaching, Vol.2.3: 26-34
Mao, Weiqiang (2006). “Blacks Look Back”. Journal of Sichuan International Studies University.Vol.22.5: 32-36
Mao, Weiqiang (2006). “On the Construction of Black Cultural Poetics”, Journal of Guangdong University of Foreign Studies.Vol.4: 15-19
Mao, Weiqiang (2002). “The Return of Past: The Art of M. R. James’ Gothic Fiction”. Journal of Sichuan International Studies University.5: 53-57
Mao, Weiqiang (2003) “Toni Morrison and the Reconstruction of Black Culture”. Journal of Guangdong University of Foreign Studies.Vol.12: 17-21
Neo-Victorian Novels and Science
A Study of Julian Barnes’ Novels from the Perspective of Technological Philosophy
English Romantic Poetry and the Expansion of the British Empire
The Narrative Space of Toni Morrison’s Fiction