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Hong Ye Associate Professor

Academic Area: 
English Literature
Research Interests: 
Feminist Drama in English

Educational Background

Ph. D, School of Chinese Language and Literature, Nanjing Normal University, 2006

MA, School of Foreign Languages and Cultures, Nanjing Normal University, 1998

BA, School of Foreign Languages, Jiangsu Normal University, 1990


Research Projects

A Study of British Modern Tragicomedy. From NNU.

The Practical Significance of Ginling Students' Drama Society in the Improvement of the Teaching Quality of British and American Literatures. From NNU.


Journal Articles

   “For the Awakening of Irish People: on Synge & O’Casey” in Foreign Literature Study. 1997, Issue 4.

“Stepping Out of Self Confinement: the Second Wave of Feminist Literature Seen from Top Girls” in Contemporary Foreign Literature. 2003, Issue 3.

“A Cultural Approach to Literature for Chinese Students in the Age of Globalization”. Hong Kong Chinese University Press, 2004

“Tragicomedy: from Tradition to Modernity --- on Sean O’Casey’s Dublin Trilogy”in Journal of Sichuan International Studies University. 2005, Issue 6

“Irving Howe: A Contemporary American Social & Cultural Critic that Ought not to be Forgotten by History”in World Literature Recent Development. 2006, Issue 2.



Co-Translated (English to Chinese). The Neanderthals. By John Darnton, Nanjing: Yilin Press, 1998.

   Co-Edited. New Vision: English Reading Course.  Nanjing: Southeast University Press, 2002.

Co-Translated (English to Chinese). Literacy Development in the Early Years: Helping Children Read and Write. By Lesley Mandel Morrow, Nanjing: Nanjing Normal University Press, 2010.

Co-authored. Irving Howe. Nanjing : Yilin Press, 2013.


Honors and Awards

Second Prize in English Teaching Contest for Young College Teachers of Jiangsu Province, Nanjing ,2007

Award for Excellent Teachers of Nanjing Normal University, Nanjing, 2008



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