Name: CHEN Maolin
Title: Professor of English
Address: 58 Haishu Road, Cangqian St, Yuhang District, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, 311121
Phone number: 0571-28869776
Ph.D., British and American Literature, Nankai University, 2007
M.A., British and American Literature, Guangxi Normal University, 2002
B.A., English Language and Literature, Henan University, 1990
My research field includes British and American Literature & ecocriticism. In recent years, I have been engaged in studies of the theory and practice of ecocriticism, and I am one of the earliest young scholars in China who introduce and do research in this field. So far, I have published 33 articles, among which 3 are included in A&HCI, and 9 in CSSCI. I have also published one monograph in one of the first-class presses in China. And I have successfully applied, taken part in, and completed more than ten research projects from National Philosophy and Social Sciences Planning Office, Ministry of Education, and Provincial Philosophy and Social Sciences Planning Office etc. And now I am in charge of the research project “A Study of Twentieth Century British Literature of the Left” financed by National Philosophy and Social Sciences Planning Office.
1. Poetic Dwelling: An Ecocritical Study of Henry David Thoreau. Hangzhou: Zhejiang UP, 2009.
2.“ ‘Another’ : Thoreau’s Deconstruction of the Dichotomy between Human and Nature.” Foreign Literature Studies 31.6 (2009): 133-41. A & HCI, CSSCI.
3. “Harmonious Mingling: Thoreau’s Outlook on Nature and Its Enlightenment.” Foreign Language Education 36.5 (2015): 77-81. CSSCI.
4. “A Review of A Study of the Pre-Civil-War American Authoress Alice Cary.” Foreign Literature Studies 36.1 (2014): 155-58. A & HCI, CSSCI.
5. “A Review of The Modern British Novel of the Left: A Research Guide.” Foreign Literature Studies 32.3 (2010): 165-67. A & HCI, CSSCI.
6. “Double Deconstructing: The Critical Strategy of Ecofeminist Literary Criticism.” Jiangghan Tribune 5 (2007): 119-22. CSSCI.
7. “A Discussion on Ecofeminist Literary Criticism.” Qi Lu Journal 4 (2007): 108-11. CSSCI.
8. “Query and Deconstruct Anthropocentrism: On the Critical Strategy of Ecocriticism.” Modern Literary Magazine 4 (2004): 32-34. CSSCI.
UNDERGRADUATE COURSES: British Literature; American Literature; Guided Reading in English and American Fiction
GRADUATE COURSES: Research on Special Subjects of English Literature