CONTEMPORARY FOREIGN LANGUAGES STUDIES
Contemporary Foreign Languages Studies is a journal of linguistics, applied linguistics, language teaching and learning, translation studies and literature studies published monthly by the Shanghai Jiao Tong University Press. Its editorial office is attached to School of Foreign Languages, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. It carries research papers on theories of language, theories and practice of language teaching and learning and testing, theories and criticism of literatures, theories and practice of translation, theories and practice of comparative literature, and cultural studies.
Founded in January, 2010, Contemporary Foreign Languages Studies has attracted attention from foreign scholars like Charles Alderson, Douwe Fokkema, Noam Chomsky, Sylviane Granger, Stephen Greenblatt, Wolfgang Teubert, David Damrosch, and Robert J. C. Young, and domestic scholars like Hu Zhuanglin, Gui Shichun, Feng Zhiwei, Huang Yuanshen, Xu Shenghuan, Ren Shaozeng, He Ziran, Wang Dechun and Yang Huizhong. It honors achievements by famous scholars and promotes discoveries by promising students.
Contemporary Foreign Languages Studies aims to spread new knowledge, accommodate academic exchanges, stimulate intellectual debates, and lead developmental trends. It accepts papers from Chinese and foreign contributors either in the Chinese language or in foreign languages. It values foreign scholars investigating the Chinese language and literature and respects Chinese scholars examining foreign languages and literatures. It acknowledges interdisciplinarity and encourages both deconstruction and construction.
A young journal that aspires for growth.
A new forum that sets up discussions.
A fresh view that fascinates the world.
A true friend that welcomes contacts.
Address: Editorial Office of Contemporary Foreign Languages Studies
School of Foreign Languages
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
800 Dongchuan Road, Shanghai 200240
People's Republic of China