Shi Li （李诗） is a Ph.D. student of Chinese Linguistics at the Department of East Asian Studies. She minors in Linguistic Anthropology and Second Language Acquisition and Teaching (SLAT). Shi received her B.M. and B.A. from Beijing Foreign Studies University. After that, she completed the M.A. at the City University of Hong Kong, specializing in TESOL. Shi studies sociolinguistics of the Chinese languages. Her research focuses on how people use language to convey social meanings, including the construction, negotiation, and projection of their identities. Shi is particularly interested in the interaction and tension between Putonghua (Standard Mandarin) and other Chinese varieties in various social sectors. Her current research is about the language choice in urban Chinese families. Her research is also closely related to other topics in sociolinguistic/linguistic anthropology research like language policy and language ideology.
Fall 2021 CHN 101 Elementary Chinese (Instructor)
Spring 2021 EAS 150B Language, Love, Life: Study Abroad to and from Asia (TA)
Fall 2020 CHN 102 Elementary Chinese (Instructor)
- RELI 160A1 Gods, Goddesses, and Demons: Divinity in South Asia (Grader)
- RELI 367 Yoga (Grader)
Fall 2019 EAS160A5 Languages and Cultures of East Asia (TA)