Meili Fang

CV of Dr Meili Fang


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PhD (Ochanomizu Women’s University)

MA (Yokohama National University)

BA (Yokohama National University)

Employment and affiliation

2009– Research Associate, Dept Linguistics, SOAS University of London

2009-2013 Foreign Professor of Chinese, Ochanomizu University, Tokyo, Japan

2006–2009 Part-time lecturer (Mandarin), Imperial College London

2006–2007 Mandarin Chinese teacher, Highgate school

2006–2007 Mandarin Chinese teacher, South Hampstead High School

2005–2007 EAA (Hokkien/Minnan, MA Taiwanese), SOAS, University of London

2005–2007 Curriculum and pedagogy design (Hokkien), SOAS, University of London

2000–2004   Foreign Professor, Department of Foreign Languages, Tsukuba University, Japan

2002–2004   Lecturer in Min Nan Chinese, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan

2001–2002   Intensive Linguistics Course. Shizuoka University, September 2001, and September 2002

1998–2000   Lecturer in Japanese, College of Foreign Languages, Fu-Jen University, Taiwan

1997–1998   Post-Doc Researcher, ILCAA, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan

Publications and presentations

Please see list of publcations and presentations

Awards and prizes

1999   Atsumi International Scholarship for international research travel

1998   Taiwan Scientific Organisation Research Award

1997   Atsumi International Scholarship Award

1997   “Best Paper 1997”, Linguistic Research Society, Komagome, Tokyo

1996   Tadasi Ikeda Memorial Prize for Excellence in Linguistic Research

Funding raised

2009   Ochanomizu University, Develop intermediate textbook and materials (¥1,500,000)

2006   SOAS, University of London, "Criteria and Resources for a Performance Approach to Language" (£2,650)

2006   SOAS-UCL, University of London, "Spoken Hokkien: A Modern Textbook" (£7,380)

2003   Tsukuba University, Research Project Development Fund

2002   Tsukuba University, Research Project Development Fund

2000   Sumitomo Asian Research Fund

Other qualifications

2000   Kyourin daigaku nihonngo kyouzyuhou (teaching methodology )

1994   Japanese language teaching accreditation (for College and High School levels)

1992   Japanese language teaching accreditation (for Junior High School)

1992   Japanese-for-foreigners language teaching accreditation


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