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Lecture Notice: The Formation, Development and Prospect of Japanese Feminist Literature
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Theme: The Formation, Development and Prospect of Japanese Feminist Literature

Location: Classroom 1D409

Object: Japanese teacher, student, and literary researcher

Speaker: Li Xianrui

Introduction to the presenter: Li Xianrui, who born in July 1967, Shahe, Hebei Province. In 1989, he graduated from the PLA Foreign Language Institute with a bachelor's degree in Japanese and got a master’s degree in 1992. He went to Japan's Urawa Japanese International Center for training in 1998 and went to Keio University in Japan for a year in 2001. In 2002-2005, he pursued a doctoral degree at Shanghai International Studies University. He studied under the authority of Japanese literature and was the former Vice President of Shanghai Foreign Studies University, Professor Tan Jinghua. He received his Ph.D. in 2005 and was promoted to professor in 2006. Since November 2006, he has been a postdoctoral mobile station at the PLA Foreign Languages Institute. Outbound in September 2009. He used to be the head of the Japanese Department of the PLA School of Foreign Languages, the leader of the Japanese language, the master's tutor, and the Zhengzhou Science and Technology Innovation Workstation. In 2008, he won the Silver Prize of the Military Academy Awards. In 2009, he won the second prize of Henan Excellent Social Science Achievements. He is currently a professor at the East Asian College of Zhejiang Yuexiu University of Foreign Languages, a subject leader and a standing director of the China Association of Japanese Literature, and an adjunct professor at Henan University. He is mainly engaged in Japanese modern literature studies, Japanese rhetorical studies and Japanese feminist literature studies. He has published 4 monographs, translated one, compiled 27 volumes of textbooks, and published 75 papers, of which more than 20 were published in core journals such as C. He has participated in more than 30 large-scale international seminars, hosted and participated in three national social science fund projects, and presided over several provincial and municipal projects.