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CURRRICULUM VITAE

LING YANG (JUDY)

CONTACT INFORMATION
Department of Communication Arts, University of Wisconsin-Madison

6183 Vilas Communication Hall

821 University Avenue

Madison, WI 53706

lyang65@wisc.edu

(608)770-5282

13851533995
EDUCATION
Doctor of Philosophy, anticipated August 2015

Communication Arts (Rhetoric, Politics, & Culture)

University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI

Dissertation: “Madame Chiang Kai-shek’s 1943 Tour: China’s New Image and U.S. Foreign Policy in the Second World War


Master of Arts, May 2013

Communication Arts (Rhetoric)

University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI

Masters Thesis: “The Anti-exclusion Rhetoric of Wong Chin Foo, 1873-1901


Master of Arts, June 2002

School of Foreign Languages (Applied Linguistics)

Nanjing Normal University, 122 Ninghai Road, Nanjing, 210097

Master Thesis: “The Causes of Fossilization and Destabilizing Strategies”


Bachelor of Arts, June 1999

Ginling Women’s College (English)

Nanjing Normal University, 122 Ninghai Road, Nanjing, 210097
RESEARCH AREAS
Chinese American rhetoric

Intercultural rhetoric and transnational rhetoric

Cross-cultural communication

Second language acquisition


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Graduate Teaching Assistant

University of Wisconsin-Madison, 09/2010 -- present

Teach CA100 (introduction to speech composition), CA 260 (Communication and Human Behavior), and CA262 (Theory and Practice of Debate and Argumentation). Teaching activity mainly involves discussion leading and providing feedback to students' oral and written assignments.
Lecturer

English Department, Ginling Women’s College, Nanjing Normal University, 08/2002 -- 08/2010

Teach lexicology, linguistics, reading, listening, writing, speaking and pronunciation practice to undergraduate students. Responsible for coaching students to participate in the national and international English speech competitions and debate tournaments.
Secretary of Foreign Affairs

Ginling Women’s College, Nanjing Normal University, 09/2002 – 06/2003

In charge of communication between foreign universities/organizations and Ginling Women’s College. Provide aid and assistance to foreign teachers concerning their work and life in China.
PUBLICATIONS
Chen, Xi & Yang, Ling. “Etymology and Definition of Ethos – An Inquiry into Western Rhetorical Theory.” Yu Wen Jian She 27 (2013) http://www.cnki.com.cn/Article/CJFDTotal-YWJS201327030.htm

陈曦,杨玲. 取信度(Ethos)的词源及涵义西方修辞学理论初探[J]. 语文建设 2013, 27.
Yang, Ling. “Reflection on the 14th All Asian Intervarsity Debating Tournament.” New Horizon (Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press Journal)28.3 (2007): 39-41.

杨玲. 第14届“亚洲大专英语辩论赛”所引发的思考[J]. 新视野(外研之声), 2007, 28(3): 39-41.


Yang, Ling. “Studies on a Corpus-based Teaching Method of Lexicology.” 21st Century ELT Review. 2006.

杨玲. 浅谈自主建立语料库对于词汇教学的辅助作用. 21 世纪英语教育周刊[N], 2006-09-03.


Yang, Ling. “A Longitudinal Study of Supersegmental Features in Learner’s Interlanguage.” Meeting the Challenge in the Foreign Language Teaching of the Tertiary Education. Ed. Jin Shenghua. Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Language Teaching Press, 2004: 335-341.

杨玲. 中介语超音段语音现象的纵向研究[A]. 见:井升华. 迎接高校外语教学新挑战[C]. 上海: 上海外语教育出版社, 2004. 335-341.


Yang, Ling. “On the Variation of Chinese in the Internet Communication- from a Semiotic Perspective”. Journal of Chinese and Foreign Educational Sciences 36.18 (2004): 110-11.

杨玲. 从符号学角度看汉语在网络交际中的变异[J]. 中外教育科学, 2004, 36(18): 110-11.


Yang, Ling. “On the Cause of Fossilization in Second Language Acquisition.” Nanjing Normal University Journal (2003):134-36.

杨玲. 二语习得中石化现象的成因[J]. 南京师范大学学报(增补刊) 2003, 134-36.


Yang, Ling. “On the difference of non-verbal communication between human-beings and primates”. Jiangsu Foreign Language Teaching and Research 19.1 (2000):41-4.

杨玲. 人类与灵长类非言语交流对比研究[J]. 江苏外语教学研究 2000, 19(1): 41-4.
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
Yang, Ling. (2014). English Learning Mania – Neoliberal Biopolitics in China. Paper presented at the Midwest Winter Workshop, The University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, Urbana, IL.
Yang, Ling. (2013). and the Male Feminist Discourse in China’s May Fourth Movement. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association, Washington, DC.
Yang, Ling. (2013). Madame Chiang Kai-shek’s 1943 Speeches in US Congress: Character Construction as a Rhetorical Performance. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association, Washington, DC.
Yang, Ling. (2013). “The Threat of A Million Imperialist” – the 1870 Congressional Debate on Naturalization Law. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association, Washington, DC.
Yang, Ling. (2013). The Anti-exclusion Rhetoric of Wong Chin Foo, 1873-1901. Paper presented at the Nineteenth Biennial Conference of the International Society for the History of Rhetoric.

Yang, Ling (2012) Anti-exclusion Rhetoric of Chinese American Immigrants during the Exclusion Era, 1882-1945. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association, Orlando, FL.


Yang, Ling (2011) “ I Have No Enemy”: Liu Xiaobo and Defence of A Dissident. Paper presented at the First Annual UW-Madison Rhetoric Symposium, Madison, WI.

Grants, Awards and Honors
Top Paper in Asian/Pacific American Communication Studies Division

  • Awarded at the National Communication Association Conference in Washington, DC.; 2013

Top Paper in Asian/Pacific American Communication Studies Division


Frankenberger Memorial Fund Research Scholarship



  • Awarded by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Communication Arts Department based on excellent work in the field of Rhetoric; 2012

Vilas Travel Grant


The Best Organization Award



  • Awarded by China Daily and “21st Century Cup” National English Speaking Competition Organizing Committee; 2009

Top Ten Teacher of the Sixth Biennial Teaching Competition


The Second Prize Winner of Jiangsu Higher Schools English Major Teaching Competition



  • Awarded by Jiangsu Higher Schools Foreign Language Teaching and Research Association; 2005

Zhong Bei Teaching Award




SPEECH COMPETITION AND DEBATE TOURNAMENT COACH AWARDS
Instructor of the First Prize Debaters in the 14th “FLTRP Cup” National English Debating Competition (May 2010)
Instructor of the Honorable Debaters in the 13th “FLTRP Cup” National English Debating Competition (May 2009)
Instructor of the Second Prize winner in the Fifteenth “21th Century Cup” Reginal English Speaking Competition (November 2009)
Instructor of the Excellence Award winner in the “CCTV Cup” English Speaking Contest (November 2008)
Instructor of the First Prize winner in the Provincial Final of “CCTV Cup” English Speaking Contest (October 2008)
Instructor of the Excellent Award winner in the Provincial Final of “CCTV Cup” English Speaking Contest (October 2007)
Adjudicator at the 14th All Asian Intervarsity Debating Championships (May 2007)
Instructor of the Excellence Prize winner and Finalist in the “CCTV Cup” English Speaking Contest (November 2006)
Instructor of the First Prize winner in the Provincial Final of “CCTV Cup” English Speaking Contest (October 2006)
Instructor of the Second Prize winner in the preliminary writing contest of the Eleventh “21st Century Macao Star Cup” National English Speaking Competition (October 2005)
Instructor of the Third Prize winner in the Tenth “21th Century SFLEP Cup” National English Speaking Competition (April 2005)
Instructor of the First Prize winner in the Tenth “21th Century SFLEP Cup” Regional English Speaking Competition (November 2004)
Instructor of the Third Prize winner at Provincial Final of “CCTV Cup” English Speaking Contest (November 2004)
Instructor of the Third Prize winner in the Ninth “21st Century SFLEP Cup” Regional English Speaking Competition (November 2003)
TEACHING WORKSHOPS AND TRAINING
Attended the Graduate Student-led Pedagogy Workshop (GSPW) for the Rhetoric, Politics, & Culture Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison; Spring 2014
Attended “Teaching Writing in Your Discipline,” training for instructors teaching writing-intensive courses that fulfill the Communication-B requirement at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, hosted by the Writing Center, August 24-25 and September 13, 2013.
Attended “Teaching Public Speaking,” a week long training for instructors of CA100, hosted by Sarah Jedd, Associate Basic Course Director, August 24-28, 2010.
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP
International Society for the History of Rhetoric (ISHR), 2013-present

National Communication Association (NCA), 2012-present



Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), 2006-present




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