全体会议讲者 Confirmed Plenary Speakers:
意大利罗马大学 Federico Masini 教授
Federico Masini, University of Rome
Federico Masini is Full professor of Chinese Language and Literature at the Faculty of Letters and Philosophy of the University of Rome “La Sapienza”. After being appointed Dean of the Faculty of Oriental Studies and Director of the Confucius Institute, in November 2010 he was conferred with the post of Vice-Rector for Teaching Policies of the same university. Federico Masini has been member of the Board of the European Association of Chinese Linguistics (EACL), European representative in the Board of the International Association of Chinese Linguistics (IACL), member of the board of the Italian National Commission for Translation Awards of the “Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities” and he is in the Advisory Board of the “European Benchmarking Chinese Language Project” (EBLC). Research Areas: Chinese Lexicology, Chinese Language Teaching
Zeng’an Peng, Fudan University
Director of the Division of Teaching Materials at the Confucius Institute Headquarters from 2010 to 2013, Peng Zeng’an is currently Professor at the International Cultural Exchange School of Fudan University. Among his major publications are found: Language Communications across Cultures (2007), New Perspectives on Metaphor (2006), An Introduction to Teaching Chinese as a Second Language (2006) and Pragmatics, Rhetoric and Culture (1998). Research Areas: Pragmatics and Chinese language teaching.
Chaofen Sun, Stanford University
Chaofen Sun is Professor in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Stanford University, and Adjunct Professor at Beijing Language and Culture University and East China Normal University, Shanghai. He is author of Chinese: A Linguistic Introduction (2006); editor of Chinese Historical Syntax and Morphology (1999), Proceedings of the North American Conference of Chinese Linguistics (1999), and Studies on the History of Chinese Syntax (1997); and author of Word Order Change and Grammaticalization in the History of Chinese (1996).
Research Areas: Chinese linguistics, Morphosyntactic changes in the history of Chinese, Sociolinguistics, Chinese syntax