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Li Jin

PhD University of South Florida

Courses Regularly Taught by Dr. Li Jin:

  • ​​AAS208/CHN208E: China’s Cultural Soft Power and Its Future (taught in English)
  • AAS209/CHN209E: Chinese Youth Culture (taught in English)
  • CHN101-102-103: Beginning Chinese
  • CHN104-105-106: Intermediate Chinese
  • CHN 301/401: Advanced Chinese Speaking
  • CHN 320/420: Chinese for Business
  • CHN 360/460: Chinese Pop Culture and Social Media
  • CHN 370/470: Chinese Culture through Films
  • CHN 395: Foreign Languages Across Curriculum
  • LSP112: China in Social Media (taught in English)

Research Interests:

Dr. Li Jin’s research articles have appeared in top-ranked refereed academic journals in the field of language education, such as the Modern Language Journal, Foreign Language Annals, Language Learning and Technology, the CALICO Journal, etc. Her co-edited book volume “A Transdisciplinary Approach to Chinese and Japanese Language Teaching: Collaborative Pedagogy Across Languages, Disciplines, Communities, and Borders” will be released by Routledge in 2023.  For updated information about Dr. Li Jin’s research and publications, please visit:​

​Her research interests include: 

  • ​Computer-assisted language teaching and learning
  • Intercultural pragmatics learning, identity (re)configuration, L2 slang acquisition
  • Ecology in language education
  • Transdisciplinary approach to second language teaching and learning
  • Hate speech experience of Asian and AAPI university students