ProfileSongqing Li is a linguist with research interests in multilingualism, critical discourse studies, English as a global language, media discourse, language & globalization, language & identity, as well as multimodality. He received his doctoral degree in English Language from the National University of Singapore.
Songqing is the author of "Identity Constructions in Bilingual Advertising: A Critical Analysis" (Routledge, 2018), and co-author with Junshuan Liu of "Native-Speakerism in English Language Teaching: The Current Situation in China" (Cambridge Scholars, 2019). His papers have appeared in international referred journals such as Applied Linguistics, English Today, International Journal of Multilingualism, Journal of World Languages, World Englishes, and Semiotica. He sits on Editorial Advisory Board of Cambridge Scholars Publishing, UK.
He is currently working on an edited volume on “English in China: Creativity and Commodification” for Routledge, an edited volume on “Discourses in/of Contemporary China” for Cambridge Scholars, and a long-term project centering interdisciplinarily round language, globalization, identity, semiotic landscape, and translation.
He 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