董琳


董琳照片.JPG 最高学历:博士
研究兴趣:商务写作、技术写作、技术传播、新媒体传播、对比修辞、跨文化交际
邮箱:lindong@uibe.edu.cn



教育背景

英语修辞写作博士(Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Composition)     美国佐治亚州立大学英文系(Georgia State University),2019,研究方向:商务写作与传播,技术写作与传播

语言学及应用语言学硕士, 北京语言大学,2011,研究方向: 语用,话语分析,跨文化商务交流

对外汉语学士, 河南师范大学,2008


工作经历

对外经济贸易大学英语学院,讲师,2019.9 至今

美国佐治亚州立大学英语系,Adjunct Professor, 2017-2019

美国佐治亚州立大学写作中心,Tutor, 2018-2019

美国佐治亚州立大学世界语言文化系,Adjunct Professor, 2014-2017

美国佐治亚州立大学语言习得与资源中心,Tutor2014-2016

北京语言大学孔子学院事务处,2010-2011


教授课程

研究生:英文技术写作 (Technical Writing)

本科生:商务英语写作、学术英语写作、英语修辞与辩论、跨文化交际


研究成果

Dong, L. (2020). Rhetoric of Public Crisis: Constructing Communication Networks in Transcultural Contexts. IEEE Professional Communication International Conference Proceedings, full paper. (EI)

Dong, L., Topping, E., & Schock, C. (2019). Literacies: Myths and Multiplicities. In E. Lopez, A. Jurjević, & M. Malone (Eds.), Guide to First-Year Writing (7th ed.) (pp. 1-38). Southlake, TX: Fountainhead Press. (英语写作教材)

Dong, L. (2019). Earth Discourses: Constructing risks and responsibilities in Chinese state and social media. Communication Design Quarterly, 7(1), 85-99. (全球计算机协会ACM传播设计领域研究期刊)    

Dong, L. (2021). Review, Becoming a Technical Writer. Technical Communication, 68(3), 122-123. SSCI

Dong, L. (2017). Review, The Routledge Handbook of Strategic Communication. Technical Communication, 64(1), 78-79. SSCI

Dong, L. (2017). Review, Teaching Communication and Media Studies: Pedagogy and Practice. Technical Communication, 64(1), 76. SSCI

Dong, L. (2016). Review, Critical Theory and Social Media: Between Emancipation and Commodification. Technical Communication, 63(3), 275-276. SSCI

Dong, L. (2015). Review, Qualitative Text Analysis: A Guide to Methods, Practice & Using Software. Technical Communication, 62(4), 288. SSCI

Dong, L. (2015). Review, Social Media in Disaster Response: How Experience Architects Can Build for Participation. Technical Communication, 62(2), 152-153. SSCI


科研项目

跨国公司相关的公众危机—语义网络构建与修辞分析,对外经济贸易大学校级课题,2019



学术报告、工作坊等

Dong, L. (2021, Sep.) The Value and Application of Storytelling in Technical Communication. Workshop, TC World, Shanghai, China.

St. Amant, K., Li, X., Gu, B., Gao, Z., & Dong, L. (2020, Sep.) The State of Technical Communication Industry in the US and the Landscape of Technical Communication Education in the US. Guest Lecturer, TC World, Shanghai, China.

Dong, L. (2020, July). Rhetoric of Public Crisis: Constructing Communication Networks in Transcultural Contexts. Full paper presented at IEEE Professional Communication International Conference, Kennesaw, GA, USA. (online)

Dong, L. & Topping, E. (2020, May) “It Killed That Girl”: An Understanding of Vulnerability and Hospitality in Ridesharing Applications’ Content Design. Paper presented at the Rhetoric Society of America (RSA) 19 Biennial Conference in Portland, Oregon, USA. (online)

Dong, L. (2019, November). Introduction to Technical Communication. Guest Lecturer, School of English, University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, China.

Dong, L. (2019, November). Introduction to Technical Communication. Qingdao Institute, University of International Business and Economics, Qingdao, Shandong, China.

Dong, L. & Topping, E. (2019, January) Connecting Contrastive Rhetoric to Writing Practice: An anecdotal, textual unearthing of first-year writing. New Voices, Graduate Conference. Atlanta, GA, USA.

Dong, L. & Topping, E. (2018, August) Understanding and Developing Cross-Cultural Awareness in First Year Writing: Multicultural Composition and Pedagogy. GTA Workshop at the Lower Division Studies, English Department, Georgia State University. Atlanta, GA, USA.

Dong, L. (2018, March) Earth Discourses: Constructing risks and responsibilities in Chinese state and social media. Paper presented at the 21st annual Association of Teachers of Technical Writing (ATTW) Conference in Kansas City, KS, USA.

Dong, L. (2016, May) Across the Crisis Arena: (Con) text-oriented Approach to Corporate Crisis in Intercultural Contexts. Paper presented at the 17th Biennial Rhetoric Society of America Conference (RSA), Atlanta, GA, USA.

Dong, L. (2016, April) The Ignored and the Marginalized Ones: 'Digital Divide' of Literacy Practices and the Assessment for Older Adults. Paper presented at the 66th College Composition and Communication Conference (CCCC), Houston, TX, USA.

Dong, L. (2015, May) A Study in the Evaluation Type of Adjacency Pair in Chinese Conversations. Paper presented at 2015 International Conference on Applied Linguistic, Taipei, Taiwan

Gu, B. & Dong, L. (2015, March) The Value of Social Media across Cultures: A Comparative Rhetorical Analysis of Starbucks’ Overpricing Case in China. Paper presented at the 18th annual Association of Teachers of Technical Writing (ATTW) Conference in Tampa, FL, USA.

Dong, L. (2014, November) (Con) text-orientated Approach to Corporate Crisis in the Intercultural Contexts: the Case of Apple Apologized to Chinese Customers. Finished paper presented at the National Communication Association (NCA) 100th Annual Convention, Chicago, IL, USA.

Dong, L. (2014, June) Basic Problems on Adjacency Pair in Chinese Conversations: Reexamine the Definition, Assessment, and Structure. Paper presented at the 5th Hong Kong Association of Applied Linguistics Conference, Hong Kong

Dong, L. (2014, March) Being Frustrated vs. Being Flattered: Direct and Indirect Forms of Expression in East-West Teacher’s Comments. Paper presented at the 64th College Composition and Communication Conference (CCCC), Indianapolis, IN, USA.

Dong, L. (2014, March) Lingua Franca across Cultures: A Rhetoric of Crisis Management in Intercultural Professional Communication as in the Case of Apple Apologized to Chinese Customers. Research design presented at Research Network Forum of the 2014 Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC), Indianapolis, IN, USA.

Yang, W. & Dong, L. (2013, March) Languages of the World--Chinese, guest lecture for World Languages, an upper-level undergraduate class by Dr. Kris Acheson-Clair, Department of Applied Linguistics & ESL, Georgia State University, USA.


获奖情况

Lufkin Award, IEEE Professional Communication International Conference, Best Paper, 2020