ProfileSongqing Li is a linguist with broad research interests in multilingualism, critical discourse studies, English as a global language, media discourse, language & globalization, language & identity, and multimodality.
He is the author of "Identity Constructions in Bilingual Advertising: A Critical Analysis" (Routledge, 2018), co-author with Junshuan Liu of "Native-Speakerism in English Language Teaching: The Current Situation in China" (Cambridge Scholars, 2019), and editor of "English in China: Creativity and Commodification" (Routledge, 2022). His publications appear in international referred journals, including Applied Linguistics, English Today, International Journal of Multilingualism, Journal of Sociolinguistics, Journal of World Languages, World Englishes, and Semiotica.
He has developed the MA in Applied Linguistics with specialization in Multilingualism, the first programme of its kind in China, for which he currently serves Programme Director.
Songqing is happy to supervise PhD projects related to his research interests. More information of his research can be found at the following external links:
ORCID ID: http://orcid.org/0000-0002-9667-9630