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English educator

Shouhua Qi, Chinese English educator. Member Modern Language Association, National Council Teachers English, World Chinese Writers Association.

Background

Qi, Shouhua was born on February 10, 1957 in Nanjing, Jiangsu, China. Came to the United States, 1989. Son of Yingyao Qi and Huilan Ye.

Education

Doctorate, Illinois State University, 1993.

Career

Lecturer English Nanjing Teachers University, China, 1986-1988. Assistant professor English Harrisburg (Pennsylvania) Area Community College, 1993-2000. Associate professor English Western Connecticut State University, Danbury, since 2000.

Adjunct professor humanities Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg, 1998-2000.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: When The Purple Mountain Burns: A Novel, 2000, Bridging the Pacific: Searching for Cross-Cultural Understanding Between the United States and China, 2000, Western Writing Theories, Pedagogies, and Practices, 2000. Co-author: Voices in Tragic Harmony: Essays on Thomas Hardy's Fiction and Poetry, 2001. Translator: Pair of Blue Eyes, 1994, Well-Beloved, 1998, author short stories.

Membership

Member Modern Language Association, National Council Teachers English, World Chinese Writers Association.

Connections

Married Xiaohong Wang, April 26, 1982. 1 child, Frank Y.

father:
Yingyao Qi

mother:
Huilan Ye

spouse:
Xiaohong Wang

child:
Frank Y. Qi