Wednesday Lunch Talk -- Survey of Studies on Chinese Broadcasting Language
A presentation by Zhao Xue, visiting scholar with the UCLA Center for Chinese Studies
Wednesday, February 15, 2006
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
11377 Bunche Hall
Zhao Xue (B.A., 1983, Chinese, Peking University) is currently a Ph.D candidate in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics at the Communication University of China and a visiting scholar with the UCLA Center for Chinese Studies. She is also Professor of Literature at the Communication University of China and director of the Ancient Chinese Section at Beijing Broadcasting Institute.
Among Professor Zhao's publications are On Taboos and Euphemisms in Teleplays (Modern Communications, 1999), On Language Varieties on Radio and TV (Modern Communications, 2000), On the Omnifarious Words on the Internet (Research on Language, 2001), On Ancient Linguistic Phenomena in China (Beijing Broadcasting Institute Press, 2004) and Ritual in Ancient China as Reflected in Chinese Characters (New World Publishing House, 2004).
Open to UCLA faculty and students, and others by invitation
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