Jingsong Ma

 
Jingsong Ma

Part-time Lecturer
English and Chinese Translation, Languages
MW
302

Biography: 

Jingsong Ma holds a Ph.D. in Chinese Literature from the University of Toronto. She teaches translation theory and translation studies in literature, business and official documents, modern and classical Chinese language, Chinese literature, and Chinese linguistics.

She has the following publications: a book on Chinese literature theory, Literature as Fusion of Mind and Dao (2009), Chinese translations of books such as Rationality of Emotion (2005), Schumann on Music: A Selection from the Writings (2013), and Gertrude Stein: A Life in Review (2015), and a co-authored textbook Appreciation of the Works by Contemporary Chinese-Canadian Writers (2017).

Research Interests: 

Chinese literature and literary theory, Chinese culture and thought, Chinese-Canadian writers, English and Chinese translation, teaching Chinese language as a second language, and Chinese language pedagogy

Teaching Interests: 

Modern and classical Chinese Language, English and Chinese Translation, Chinese linguistics, Chinese Literature, and Chinese culture

Awards and Grants: 

Ontario Graduate Scholarship Award, Ting Fang Chung Scholarship Award, and David Chu Travel Grant Award

Publications: 

A book on Chinese literature theory, Literature as Fusion of Mind and Dao (2009), Chinese translations of books such as Rationality of Emotion (2005), Schumann on Music: A Selection from the Writings (2013), and Gertrude Stein: A Life in Review (2015), and a co-authored textbook Appreciation of the Works by Contemporary Chinese-Canadian Writers (2017).

Affiliations: 

Centre for French and Linguistics; Program: English-Chinese Translation

Education: 

PH.D. in Chinese Literature