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Jing Liu

 Office: 253 Buttrick
Phone: 615-343-7823
jing.liu@vanderbilt.edu

Lecturer in Chinese

Jing Liu received her Master's in Chinese Literature from Shaanxi Normal University, located in Xi'an, one of the towns best-known for cultural history. Her specialties are Chinese language, linguistics and phonology, she has been a lecturer in Chinese at Vanderbilt since 2007.

Publications Include:

  1. Jing Liu The Contributions of Tai He Zheng Yin Pu to Zhongyuan Yinyun , The Paper Collection of Celebrating Mr. Naisi Yang 80th Birthday, Zhonghua Press, China, 2010, in press. 
  2. Jing Liu The Phonological Information in the Translation Materials of Ming and Qing Dynasty, The Paper Collection of the 14th  Chinese phonology association Conference, Nanjing University Press, China, 2008
  3. Jing Liu. A Study on Cultural Linguistics, Zhonghua Press, China, 2006.
  4. Jing Liu. Shaanxi Dialect Records of Five Counties, Shaanxi Normal University Press, China, 2006.
  5. Jing Liu. The Mistake of Ru tone turned to Shang tone in Zhongyuan       Pronunciation and Viewed from Yuan Dynasty opera. Ancient Chinese Reseaech.2003;(1)
  6. Jing Liu. The Study for the Relationship between Pronunciation and the Immigrant Population in the Middle and Lower Yangzi River Districts in South Song Dynasty. Journal of Shaanxi Normal University.2001;(1)
  7. Jing Liu. The Study of the Phonetics Basic of Zhongyuan Pronunciation. Journal of Shaanxi Normal University.1999;(1)
  8. Jing Liu. The Disappearance of Ru tone in Zhongyuan Pronunciation and Viewed from Yuan Dynasty opera. Ancient Chinese Reseaech.1999;(4)
  9. Jing Liu. The Explanation of "Zuo(seat)".Chinese Language Classroom(Japan).1999(5)
  10. Jing Liu. The Concise Chinese Phonology. Shaanxi Normal University Press, China, 1999.
  11. Jing Liu. Essays on Travel in Ancient China. Shaanxi Sanqin Press, China,1998.
  12. Jing Liu. Chinese short short story: Chinese Language textbook for Japanese. Asahi Press, Japan, 1997.
  13. Jing Liu, Haluo Watanabe. The Study of Japanes short short story. Journal of Shaanxi Normal University.1996;(4)
  14. Jing Liu. Did the Fanqie Pronunciation come from Buddhism? Journal of Shaanxi Normal University.1993;(1)
  15. Jing Liu. The Characteristics of Zhongyuan Formal Pronunciation. Journal of Shaanxi Normal University.1991;(1)
  16. Jing Liu. The Concise Dictionary of Ancient Chinese Language. Shaanxi People Press, China, 1990.
  17. Jing Liu. The Formation, Shift and Characteristics of the Chezhe Rhyme in Zhongyuna Phonetics. Journal of Shaanxi Normal University.1989;(3)
  18. Jing Liu. The Study of non-Ru Tone of Zhongyuan Phonetics. Journal of Shaanxi 
  19. Normal University.1986;(3)
  20. Jing Liu. The phonetics Base of Original Hongwu Pronunciation. Journal of Shaanxi Normal University.1984;(4)