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Departmant of English for Business Law

SHEN LU
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SHEN  LU

 TITLE Lecturer  

OFFICE  TEL

86-20-36205438  

E-Mail   

shenlu@gdufs.edu.cn  

Biography

Research Areas

Forensic linguistics, translation and interpreting

Education

09/2001-07/2004   GuangdongUniversity of Foreign Studies, School of English for International Business, forensiclinguistics, Guangzhou, China.  M.A. in foreignlinguistics and applied foreign linguistics

09/1997-06/2001   ZhejiangNormal University, Foreign Languages College English teaching, Jinhua, China.  B.A. in liberal arts

Professional Experiences

07/2004-now:lecturer, Department of English for InternationalBusiness Law, School of English for International Business, GuangdongUniversity of Foreign Studies.

Teaching

Undergraduate:

Interpreting, legal interpreting, comprehensive businessEnglish, legal English, moot court and court interpreting

Publications

1. Tang Guimin (ed.): Listening andSpeaking Course of English for Law (Book I) 2004 (one of the “EleventhFive-Year Plan” national textbooks for higher education), editor, theUniversity of International Business and Economics Press.

2. Tang Guimin (ed.): Listening andSpeaking Course of English for Law (Book II) 2005 (one of the “EleventhFive-Year Plan” national textbooks for higher education), editor, theUniversity of International Business and Economics Press.

3Shen Lu (ed.): Business Law 2006 (one of the “Eleventh Five-YearPlan” national textbooks for higher education), editor-in-chief, the HigherEducation Press.

4. Du Biyu (ed.): A Course of LegalInterpreting 2006 (one of the “Eleventh Five-Year Plan” national textbooksfor higher education), associate editor, the University of InternationalBusiness and Economics Press.  

5. Tang Guimin (ed.): A New Handbookof Current Situational English 2006, editor, Guangdong Economy Press.

6. Shen, Lu, On the Equivalence and Gapin Translation of Key Words in Chinese Indictments. Journal of HuzhouTeachers College 2006, Vol. 28 -6.

7. Tang Guimin & Xu Zhanghong (ed.):A New Core Course of English for International Business 2007, editor,the China Machine Press.

8. Xu Zhanghong (ed.): A Core Courseof Business English (Book III) 2009, editor, the Higher Education Press.

9. Zhu Wenzhong (ed.): A Core Courseof Business English (Book IV) 2009, editor, the Higher Education Press.

10. Shen Lu, Court Interpreter’s Impacton Questioning in the Courtroom. Journal of Guangdong University of ForeignStudies 2014(1): 58-63.

11. Shen Lu, A Competence-based Approachto Business English Teaching in China’s Higher Education. Journal of HuzhouUniversity. 2015(6): 50-56.

12. Shen, Lu & Zhang, Xinhong, ASurvey of Chinese Judges’ Views on Court Interpreting. Journal of ZhejiangForeign Languages Uninversity. 2015(2):10-16.

13. Shen, Lu. The Interpreter’s Mediationof Power and Control Through Interruptions in the Chinese Courtroom Discourse[C] // Cheng Le, et al. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference onLanguage, Law, and Discourse. Marietta: The American Scholars Press, Inc.,2014: 140-148. (CPCI-SSH)  

Conference Presentations

The 12h Biennial Conference ofForensic Linguists, July 2015, Guangzhou

The 4th International Conferenceon Language, Law, and Discourse, October 2014, Xi’an

The 7th Biennial Conference ofChinese Forensic Linguists, September 2012, Zhengzhou

CurrentResearch

Court interpreting, higher education

 

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