Duan Duan Li

Associate Professor | Chinese Applied Linguistics 2019W T2 office hours are T and R, 1-2 pm and by appointment.
phone 604 822 5186
location_on Asian Centre 611

Research Area

About

Dr. Duanduan Li is Associate Professor of Chinese Applied Linguistics, and former Director (2003-2012) of the Chinese Language Program in the Department of Asian Studies at UBC. Prior to coming to UBC, she was Director of the Chinese Language Program at Columbia University in New York, USA. She is currently serving as co-director of the UBC Center for Research in Chinese Language and Literacy Education (CRCLLE).

Professor Li received her Doctoral degree from Teachers College, Columbia University in applied linguistics.  Her research interests include applied linguistics, sociolinguistics, pragmatics, language socialization, second language acquisition (both of Chinese and English), and heritage language education.  Her current research focus is on multilingualism, language policy, language ideology and second/additional language acquisition. Her research has been published as journal articles, book chapters and textbooks.

Dr. Li (with co-researcher Dr. Duff) has twice received the competitive SSHRC (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada) grants on “Languages, Literacies and Identities of Chinese Heritage-Language Learners” and “language socialization, ideology, and practice in Hungary and China”. She has also received a number of UBC Teaching-Learning Enhancement Fund grants for innovation in language teaching/learning.


Research

Research and Equivalent Grants

2019: Department International Conference Travel Grant; $1500CDN

2018: Department of Language and Literacy Education, Rits Grant; $5000CDN; Chinese language learning in and across new communities of practice (Duff, Li and Doherty)

2018: Department International Conference Travel Grant; $1500CDN

2017: Language Science UBC Grant; $6200CDN; Negotiating changing Chinese language, literacy and other semiotic practices in the transnational online information economy (Duff, Doherty and Li)

2017: Department of Language and Literacy Education, Rits Seed Grant; $1500CDN; Chinese language learning in and across new communities of practice (Duff, Li and Doherty)

2017: Department International Conference Travel Grant; $1500CDN

2016: Department International Conference Travel Grant; $1500CDN

2015: Department Conference Travel Grant; $1000CDN

2014: Arts Faculty HSS International Conference Travel Grant; $2000CDN

2009: International Visiting Scholar Award, National Taiwan Normal University; $5000 CDN

2008-2013: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC); language socialization, ideology, and practice in Hungary and China; $140000CDN; Principal Investigator: Patricia Duff; Coinvestigator: Duanduan LI (Co-Principal Investigator)

2008-2009: TLEF Fund, The University of British Columbia; Technology-enhanced Chinese character learning resources for use in ‘CJK’ (Chinese-Japanese-Korean) language courses; C; $37000CDN; Principal Investigator: R. King; Coinvestigators: D. Li (Co-Principal Investigator), R. Chau (Co-Principal Investigator)

2008: Faculty of Arts, UBC; Arts HSS Grant; C; $1500CDN;

2007-2008: TLEF Fund, The University of British Columbia; Technology-enhanced Chinese character learning resources for use in ‘CJK’ (Chinese-Japanese-Korean) language courses; C; $68000CDN; Principal Investigator: R. King; Coinvestigators: D. Li (Co-Principal Investigator), R. Chau (Co-Principal Investigator)

2006-2009: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC); Languages, Literacies and Identities of Chinese Heritage-Language Learners; C; $91561CDN; Principal Investigator: D. Li; Coinvestigator: P. Duff (Co-Principal Investigator)

2006-2007: TLEF Fund, The University of British Columbia; A web-based Chinese character learning tool for use in ‘CJK’ (Chinese-Japanese-Korean); C; $99000CDN; Principal Investigator: R. King; Coinvestigators: D. Li (Co-Principal Investigator), R. Chau (Co-Principal Investigator)

2005-2006: University of British Columbia; HSS Small Grant; C; $3000CDN; Principal Investigator: Duanduan Li

2005-2006: University of British Columbia; SSHRC 4a funding; C; $3000CDN; Principal Investigator: Duanduan Li

2004-2005: The State Office of Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language, China; Establish funding of UBC HSK Center; C; $5000CDN; Principal Investigator: Duanduan Li

2004-2005: University of British Columbia; TLEF Grant; C; $25000CDN; Principal Investigator: P. Duff; Coinvestigators: P. Shaw, Duanduan Li

2004-2005: University of British Columbia; Arts IT Fund; C; $4000CDN; Principal Investigator: Duanduan Li

2004-2005: University of British Columbia; HSS Small Grant; C; $2600CDN; Principal Investigator: Duanduan Li

2003-2004: University of British Columbia; Arts IT Fund; C; $6900CDN; Principal Investigator: Duanduan Li; Co-investigator: J. Yang)

2003-2004: University of British Columbia; HSS Small Grant Bridging Program; C; $2000CDN; Principal Investigator: Duanduan Li


Publications

Books:

Li, D. and I. Liu. (2017). Reading into a New China—Deciphering a Changing Society. Vol. II of 2. (2nd Ed.). Boston, U.S.A.: Cheng and Tsui Company. (264 pages).

Li, D. and I. Liu. (2016). Reading into a New China—Deciphering a Changing Society. Vol. 1 of 2. (2nd Ed.). Boston, U.S.A.: Cheng and Tsui Company. (264 pages).

Duff, P. and D Li, (eds.) (2009) “Indigenous, Minority, and Heritage Language Education in Canada”. Canadian Modern Language Review, Special Issue. 66(1)

Li, D. and Liu, I. (2009) Reading Into a New China. Vol. 2. Cheng& Tsui Company, Boston.

Li, D. and Liu, I. (2009) Reading Into a New China. Vol. 1. Cheng& Tsui Company, Boston.

Li, D., Liu, I. , Liu, L., Wang, H., Wang, Z. and Xie, Y. (2004) A Primer for Advanced Beginners of Chinese (Simplified Character Version). Vol. 1. Columbia University Press, New York.

Li, D., Liu, I. , Liu, L., Wang, H., Wang, Z. and Xie, Y. (2004) A Primer for Advanced Beginners of Chinese (Simplified Character Version). Vol. 2. Columbia University Press, New York.

Li, D., Liu, I. , Liu, L., Wang, H., Wang, Z. and Xie, Y. (2003) A Primer for Advanced Beginners of Chinese (Traditional Character Version). Vol.1. Columbia University Press, New York.

Li, D., Liu, I. , Liu, L., Wang, H., Wang, Z. and Xie, Y. (2003) A Primer for Advanced Beginners of Chinese (Traditional Character Version). Vol.2. Columbia University Press, New York.

Li, D. and Xie, Y. (2002) Chinese Vocabulary. McGraw-Hill , New York.

Refereed Articles:

Li, D., & Duff, P. (2018). Learning Chinese as a heritage language in postsecondary contexts. In C. Ke (Ed.), The Routledge handbook of Chinese second language acquisition. New York: Routledge.

Li, D. (2017). Pragmatic Socialization. In P. Duff & S. May (Eds.), Language socialization. Vol. 8, Encyclopedia of language and education (3rd ed.). New York: Springer.

Duff, P., Liu, Y., & Li, D. (2017). Chinese heritage language learning: Negotiating identities, ideologies, and institutionalization. In O. Kagan, M. Carreira, & C. Chik (Eds.), Routledge handbook on heritage language education (pp. 409-422). New York: Routledge.

Duff, P. & Li, D. (2014). Rethinking heritage languages: Ideologies, practices, and priorities in Canada and China. In P. Trifonas & T. Aravossitas (Eds.), Rethinking heritage language education (pp. 45-65). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Duff, P. & Li, D. (in press). Rethinking heritage languages: Ideologies, practices, and priorities in Canada and China. In P. Trifonas & T. Aravossitas (Eds.), Rethinking heritage language education. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Li, D., & Duff, P. (2014). Chinese language learning by adolescents and young adults in the Chinese diaspora: Motivation, ethnicity, and identity. In X. L. Curdt-Christiansen & A. Hancock (Eds.), Learning Chinese in diasporic communities: Many pathways to becoming Chinese. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Duff, P., & Li, D. (submission pending). The push and pull of minority-language maintenance and Chinese-English bilingualism in multilingual communities in China.Duff, P. & Li, D. (2013). Learning Chinese as a heritage language. In C. Mady & K. Arnett (Eds.), Minority populations in second language education: Broadening the lens from Canada (pp. 87-100) Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters.

Li, D. (2012). Pragmatic Socialization in Language Acquisition. In Carol Chapelle (Ed.) The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Wiley-Blackwell.

Duff, P. & Li, D. (2009). Indigenous, Minority, and Heritage Language Education in Canada: Policies, Contexts, and Issues.” Canadian Modern Language Reivew. 66(1) 1-8.

Li, D. (2008). "Pragmatic Socialization". In Duff, P. & N. Hornberger (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Language and Education Volume 8: Language Socialization. Norwell , MA 02061: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Li, D. & P. Duff. (2008) “Issues in Chinese Heritage Language Education and Research at the Post-secondary Level “. In A. He and Y. Xiao (Eds.). Chinese as a Heritage Language . Honolulu : National Foreign Language Resource Center , University of Hawai`i , 2 – 32.

Duff, P. and Li, D. (2004) Issues in Mandarin Language Instruction: Theory, Research and Practice. System, 32, pp.443-456.

Duff, P. and Li, D. (2002) The Acquisition and Use of Perfective Aspect in Mandarin. in R. Salaberry & Y. Shirai (Eds.), Tense-aspect morphology in L2 acquisition (pp. 417-453). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Li, D. (2000) The Pragmatics of Making Requests in the L2 [Second Language] Workplace: A Case Study of Language Socialization. The Canadian Modern Language Review, 57, pp. 58-87.

Li, D. (1990) Language Transfer and Cross-cultural Communication. Journal of Hunan University, Vol. 3

Li, D. (1987) Conflict between Transcendentalism and Puritanism in Hawthorn’s The Scarlet Letter. Journal of Hunan Institute of Education, Vol. 2.

Electronic Media

Li, D.. Chinese Character Learning Resource Website. <http://www.chinese.arts.ubc.ca/resource.htm>.

Li, D.. Audio CD for . <http://www2.asia.ubc.ca/faculty/li/department/resource.htm>.

Li, D. & Luo, P. Online Placement System for UBC students (2200 students already processed). <http://placement.ubccjk.com/

King, R., D. Li and R. Chau. Technology-enhanced Chinese character learning resources for use in Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) Language Programs--A multimedia data base with 5,000 Chinese characters and their etymology, animated writing, usage in words and sentences etc. <www.ubc.cjk.com >.

Work in Progress

Books

Li, D. Contextualizing Interlanguage Pragmatic Research. (300 pages)

Journal Articles

Li, Duanduan. “Easy Credit or Better Investment?-Motivation of Chinese Heritage Language Learners at University Level”.

 


Duan Duan Li

Associate Professor | Chinese Applied Linguistics 2019W T2 office hours are T and R, 1-2 pm and by appointment.
phone 604 822 5186
location_on Asian Centre 611

Dr. Duanduan Li is Associate Professor of Chinese Applied Linguistics, and former Director (2003-2012) of the Chinese Language Program in the Department of Asian Studies at UBC. Prior to coming to UBC, she was Director of the Chinese Language Program at Columbia University in New York, USA. She is currently serving as co-director of the UBC Center for Research in Chinese Language and Literacy Education (CRCLLE).

Professor Li received her Doctoral degree from Teachers College, Columbia University in applied linguistics.  Her research interests include applied linguistics, sociolinguistics, pragmatics, language socialization, second language acquisition (both of Chinese and English), and heritage language education.  Her current research focus is on multilingualism, language policy, language ideology and second/additional language acquisition. Her research has been published as journal articles, book chapters and textbooks.

Dr. Li (with co-researcher Dr. Duff) has twice received the competitive SSHRC (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada) grants on “Languages, Literacies and Identities of Chinese Heritage-Language Learners” and “language socialization, ideology, and practice in Hungary and China”. She has also received a number of UBC Teaching-Learning Enhancement Fund grants for innovation in language teaching/learning.

Research and Equivalent Grants

2019: Department International Conference Travel Grant; $1500CDN

2018: Department of Language and Literacy Education, Rits Grant; $5000CDN; Chinese language learning in and across new communities of practice (Duff, Li and Doherty)

2018: Department International Conference Travel Grant; $1500CDN

2017: Language Science UBC Grant; $6200CDN; Negotiating changing Chinese language, literacy and other semiotic practices in the transnational online information economy (Duff, Doherty and Li)

2017: Department of Language and Literacy Education, Rits Seed Grant; $1500CDN; Chinese language learning in and across new communities of practice (Duff, Li and Doherty)

2017: Department International Conference Travel Grant; $1500CDN

2016: Department International Conference Travel Grant; $1500CDN

2015: Department Conference Travel Grant; $1000CDN

2014: Arts Faculty HSS International Conference Travel Grant; $2000CDN

2009: International Visiting Scholar Award, National Taiwan Normal University; $5000 CDN

2008-2013: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC); language socialization, ideology, and practice in Hungary and China; $140000CDN; Principal Investigator: Patricia Duff; Coinvestigator: Duanduan LI (Co-Principal Investigator)

2008-2009: TLEF Fund, The University of British Columbia; Technology-enhanced Chinese character learning resources for use in ‘CJK’ (Chinese-Japanese-Korean) language courses; C; $37000CDN; Principal Investigator: R. King; Coinvestigators: D. Li (Co-Principal Investigator), R. Chau (Co-Principal Investigator)

2008: Faculty of Arts, UBC; Arts HSS Grant; C; $1500CDN;

2007-2008: TLEF Fund, The University of British Columbia; Technology-enhanced Chinese character learning resources for use in ‘CJK’ (Chinese-Japanese-Korean) language courses; C; $68000CDN; Principal Investigator: R. King; Coinvestigators: D. Li (Co-Principal Investigator), R. Chau (Co-Principal Investigator)

2006-2009: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC); Languages, Literacies and Identities of Chinese Heritage-Language Learners; C; $91561CDN; Principal Investigator: D. Li; Coinvestigator: P. Duff (Co-Principal Investigator)

2006-2007: TLEF Fund, The University of British Columbia; A web-based Chinese character learning tool for use in ‘CJK’ (Chinese-Japanese-Korean); C; $99000CDN; Principal Investigator: R. King; Coinvestigators: D. Li (Co-Principal Investigator), R. Chau (Co-Principal Investigator)

2005-2006: University of British Columbia; HSS Small Grant; C; $3000CDN; Principal Investigator: Duanduan Li

2005-2006: University of British Columbia; SSHRC 4a funding; C; $3000CDN; Principal Investigator: Duanduan Li

2004-2005: The State Office of Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language, China; Establish funding of UBC HSK Center; C; $5000CDN; Principal Investigator: Duanduan Li

2004-2005: University of British Columbia; TLEF Grant; C; $25000CDN; Principal Investigator: P. Duff; Coinvestigators: P. Shaw, Duanduan Li

2004-2005: University of British Columbia; Arts IT Fund; C; $4000CDN; Principal Investigator: Duanduan Li

2004-2005: University of British Columbia; HSS Small Grant; C; $2600CDN; Principal Investigator: Duanduan Li

2003-2004: University of British Columbia; Arts IT Fund; C; $6900CDN; Principal Investigator: Duanduan Li; Co-investigator: J. Yang)

2003-2004: University of British Columbia; HSS Small Grant Bridging Program; C; $2000CDN; Principal Investigator: Duanduan Li

Books:

Li, D. and I. Liu. (2017). Reading into a New China—Deciphering a Changing Society. Vol. II of 2. (2nd Ed.). Boston, U.S.A.: Cheng and Tsui Company. (264 pages).

Li, D. and I. Liu. (2016). Reading into a New China—Deciphering a Changing Society. Vol. 1 of 2. (2nd Ed.). Boston, U.S.A.: Cheng and Tsui Company. (264 pages).

Duff, P. and D Li, (eds.) (2009) “Indigenous, Minority, and Heritage Language Education in Canada”. Canadian Modern Language Review, Special Issue. 66(1)

Li, D. and Liu, I. (2009) Reading Into a New China. Vol. 2. Cheng& Tsui Company, Boston.

Li, D. and Liu, I. (2009) Reading Into a New China. Vol. 1. Cheng& Tsui Company, Boston.

Li, D., Liu, I. , Liu, L., Wang, H., Wang, Z. and Xie, Y. (2004) A Primer for Advanced Beginners of Chinese (Simplified Character Version). Vol. 1. Columbia University Press, New York.

Li, D., Liu, I. , Liu, L., Wang, H., Wang, Z. and Xie, Y. (2004) A Primer for Advanced Beginners of Chinese (Simplified Character Version). Vol. 2. Columbia University Press, New York.

Li, D., Liu, I. , Liu, L., Wang, H., Wang, Z. and Xie, Y. (2003) A Primer for Advanced Beginners of Chinese (Traditional Character Version). Vol.1. Columbia University Press, New York.

Li, D., Liu, I. , Liu, L., Wang, H., Wang, Z. and Xie, Y. (2003) A Primer for Advanced Beginners of Chinese (Traditional Character Version). Vol.2. Columbia University Press, New York.

Li, D. and Xie, Y. (2002) Chinese Vocabulary. McGraw-Hill , New York.

Refereed Articles:

Li, D., & Duff, P. (2018). Learning Chinese as a heritage language in postsecondary contexts. In C. Ke (Ed.), The Routledge handbook of Chinese second language acquisition. New York: Routledge.

Li, D. (2017). Pragmatic Socialization. In P. Duff & S. May (Eds.), Language socialization. Vol. 8, Encyclopedia of language and education (3rd ed.). New York: Springer.

Duff, P., Liu, Y., & Li, D. (2017). Chinese heritage language learning: Negotiating identities, ideologies, and institutionalization. In O. Kagan, M. Carreira, & C. Chik (Eds.), Routledge handbook on heritage language education (pp. 409-422). New York: Routledge.

Duff, P. & Li, D. (2014). Rethinking heritage languages: Ideologies, practices, and priorities in Canada and China. In P. Trifonas & T. Aravossitas (Eds.), Rethinking heritage language education (pp. 45-65). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Duff, P. & Li, D. (in press). Rethinking heritage languages: Ideologies, practices, and priorities in Canada and China. In P. Trifonas & T. Aravossitas (Eds.), Rethinking heritage language education. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Li, D., & Duff, P. (2014). Chinese language learning by adolescents and young adults in the Chinese diaspora: Motivation, ethnicity, and identity. In X. L. Curdt-Christiansen & A. Hancock (Eds.), Learning Chinese in diasporic communities: Many pathways to becoming Chinese. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Duff, P., & Li, D. (submission pending). The push and pull of minority-language maintenance and Chinese-English bilingualism in multilingual communities in China.Duff, P. & Li, D. (2013). Learning Chinese as a heritage language. In C. Mady & K. Arnett (Eds.), Minority populations in second language education: Broadening the lens from Canada (pp. 87-100) Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters.

Li, D. (2012). Pragmatic Socialization in Language Acquisition. In Carol Chapelle (Ed.) The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Wiley-Blackwell.

Duff, P. & Li, D. (2009). Indigenous, Minority, and Heritage Language Education in Canada: Policies, Contexts, and Issues.” Canadian Modern Language Reivew. 66(1) 1-8.

Li, D. (2008). "Pragmatic Socialization". In Duff, P. & N. Hornberger (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Language and Education Volume 8: Language Socialization. Norwell , MA 02061: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Li, D. & P. Duff. (2008) “Issues in Chinese Heritage Language Education and Research at the Post-secondary Level “. In A. He and Y. Xiao (Eds.). Chinese as a Heritage Language . Honolulu : National Foreign Language Resource Center , University of Hawai`i , 2 – 32.

Duff, P. and Li, D. (2004) Issues in Mandarin Language Instruction: Theory, Research and Practice. System, 32, pp.443-456.

Duff, P. and Li, D. (2002) The Acquisition and Use of Perfective Aspect in Mandarin. in R. Salaberry & Y. Shirai (Eds.), Tense-aspect morphology in L2 acquisition (pp. 417-453). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Li, D. (2000) The Pragmatics of Making Requests in the L2 [Second Language] Workplace: A Case Study of Language Socialization. The Canadian Modern Language Review, 57, pp. 58-87.

Li, D. (1990) Language Transfer and Cross-cultural Communication. Journal of Hunan University, Vol. 3

Li, D. (1987) Conflict between Transcendentalism and Puritanism in Hawthorn’s The Scarlet Letter. Journal of Hunan Institute of Education, Vol. 2.

Electronic Media

Li, D.. Chinese Character Learning Resource Website. <http://www.chinese.arts.ubc.ca/resource.htm>.

Li, D.. Audio CD for . <http://www2.asia.ubc.ca/faculty/li/department/resource.htm>.

Li, D. & Luo, P. Online Placement System for UBC students (2200 students already processed). <http://placement.ubccjk.com/

King, R., D. Li and R. Chau. Technology-enhanced Chinese character learning resources for use in Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) Language Programs--A multimedia data base with 5,000 Chinese characters and their etymology, animated writing, usage in words and sentences etc. <www.ubc.cjk.com >.

Work in Progress

Books

Li, D. Contextualizing Interlanguage Pragmatic Research. (300 pages)

Journal Articles

Li, Duanduan. “Easy Credit or Better Investment?-Motivation of Chinese Heritage Language Learners at University Level”.

 

Duan Duan Li

Associate Professor | Chinese Applied Linguistics 2019W T2 office hours are T and R, 1-2 pm and by appointment.
phone 604 822 5186
location_on Asian Centre 611

Dr. Duanduan Li is Associate Professor of Chinese Applied Linguistics, and former Director (2003-2012) of the Chinese Language Program in the Department of Asian Studies at UBC. Prior to coming to UBC, she was Director of the Chinese Language Program at Columbia University in New York, USA. She is currently serving as co-director of the UBC Center for Research in Chinese Language and Literacy Education (CRCLLE).

Professor Li received her Doctoral degree from Teachers College, Columbia University in applied linguistics.  Her research interests include applied linguistics, sociolinguistics, pragmatics, language socialization, second language acquisition (both of Chinese and English), and heritage language education.  Her current research focus is on multilingualism, language policy, language ideology and second/additional language acquisition. Her research has been published as journal articles, book chapters and textbooks.

Dr. Li (with co-researcher Dr. Duff) has twice received the competitive SSHRC (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada) grants on “Languages, Literacies and Identities of Chinese Heritage-Language Learners” and “language socialization, ideology, and practice in Hungary and China”. She has also received a number of UBC Teaching-Learning Enhancement Fund grants for innovation in language teaching/learning.

Research and Equivalent Grants

2019: Department International Conference Travel Grant; $1500CDN

2018: Department of Language and Literacy Education, Rits Grant; $5000CDN; Chinese language learning in and across new communities of practice (Duff, Li and Doherty)

2018: Department International Conference Travel Grant; $1500CDN

2017: Language Science UBC Grant; $6200CDN; Negotiating changing Chinese language, literacy and other semiotic practices in the transnational online information economy (Duff, Doherty and Li)

2017: Department of Language and Literacy Education, Rits Seed Grant; $1500CDN; Chinese language learning in and across new communities of practice (Duff, Li and Doherty)

2017: Department International Conference Travel Grant; $1500CDN

2016: Department International Conference Travel Grant; $1500CDN

2015: Department Conference Travel Grant; $1000CDN

2014: Arts Faculty HSS International Conference Travel Grant; $2000CDN

2009: International Visiting Scholar Award, National Taiwan Normal University; $5000 CDN

2008-2013: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC); language socialization, ideology, and practice in Hungary and China; $140000CDN; Principal Investigator: Patricia Duff; Coinvestigator: Duanduan LI (Co-Principal Investigator)

2008-2009: TLEF Fund, The University of British Columbia; Technology-enhanced Chinese character learning resources for use in ‘CJK’ (Chinese-Japanese-Korean) language courses; C; $37000CDN; Principal Investigator: R. King; Coinvestigators: D. Li (Co-Principal Investigator), R. Chau (Co-Principal Investigator)

2008: Faculty of Arts, UBC; Arts HSS Grant; C; $1500CDN;

2007-2008: TLEF Fund, The University of British Columbia; Technology-enhanced Chinese character learning resources for use in ‘CJK’ (Chinese-Japanese-Korean) language courses; C; $68000CDN; Principal Investigator: R. King; Coinvestigators: D. Li (Co-Principal Investigator), R. Chau (Co-Principal Investigator)

2006-2009: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC); Languages, Literacies and Identities of Chinese Heritage-Language Learners; C; $91561CDN; Principal Investigator: D. Li; Coinvestigator: P. Duff (Co-Principal Investigator)

2006-2007: TLEF Fund, The University of British Columbia; A web-based Chinese character learning tool for use in ‘CJK’ (Chinese-Japanese-Korean); C; $99000CDN; Principal Investigator: R. King; Coinvestigators: D. Li (Co-Principal Investigator), R. Chau (Co-Principal Investigator)

2005-2006: University of British Columbia; HSS Small Grant; C; $3000CDN; Principal Investigator: Duanduan Li

2005-2006: University of British Columbia; SSHRC 4a funding; C; $3000CDN; Principal Investigator: Duanduan Li

2004-2005: The State Office of Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language, China; Establish funding of UBC HSK Center; C; $5000CDN; Principal Investigator: Duanduan Li

2004-2005: University of British Columbia; TLEF Grant; C; $25000CDN; Principal Investigator: P. Duff; Coinvestigators: P. Shaw, Duanduan Li

2004-2005: University of British Columbia; Arts IT Fund; C; $4000CDN; Principal Investigator: Duanduan Li

2004-2005: University of British Columbia; HSS Small Grant; C; $2600CDN; Principal Investigator: Duanduan Li

2003-2004: University of British Columbia; Arts IT Fund; C; $6900CDN; Principal Investigator: Duanduan Li; Co-investigator: J. Yang)

2003-2004: University of British Columbia; HSS Small Grant Bridging Program; C; $2000CDN; Principal Investigator: Duanduan Li

Books:

Li, D. and I. Liu. (2017). Reading into a New China—Deciphering a Changing Society. Vol. II of 2. (2nd Ed.). Boston, U.S.A.: Cheng and Tsui Company. (264 pages).

Li, D. and I. Liu. (2016). Reading into a New China—Deciphering a Changing Society. Vol. 1 of 2. (2nd Ed.). Boston, U.S.A.: Cheng and Tsui Company. (264 pages).

Duff, P. and D Li, (eds.) (2009) “Indigenous, Minority, and Heritage Language Education in Canada”. Canadian Modern Language Review, Special Issue. 66(1)

Li, D. and Liu, I. (2009) Reading Into a New China. Vol. 2. Cheng& Tsui Company, Boston.

Li, D. and Liu, I. (2009) Reading Into a New China. Vol. 1. Cheng& Tsui Company, Boston.

Li, D., Liu, I. , Liu, L., Wang, H., Wang, Z. and Xie, Y. (2004) A Primer for Advanced Beginners of Chinese (Simplified Character Version). Vol. 1. Columbia University Press, New York.

Li, D., Liu, I. , Liu, L., Wang, H., Wang, Z. and Xie, Y. (2004) A Primer for Advanced Beginners of Chinese (Simplified Character Version). Vol. 2. Columbia University Press, New York.

Li, D., Liu, I. , Liu, L., Wang, H., Wang, Z. and Xie, Y. (2003) A Primer for Advanced Beginners of Chinese (Traditional Character Version). Vol.1. Columbia University Press, New York.

Li, D., Liu, I. , Liu, L., Wang, H., Wang, Z. and Xie, Y. (2003) A Primer for Advanced Beginners of Chinese (Traditional Character Version). Vol.2. Columbia University Press, New York.

Li, D. and Xie, Y. (2002) Chinese Vocabulary. McGraw-Hill , New York.

Refereed Articles:

Li, D., & Duff, P. (2018). Learning Chinese as a heritage language in postsecondary contexts. In C. Ke (Ed.), The Routledge handbook of Chinese second language acquisition. New York: Routledge.

Li, D. (2017). Pragmatic Socialization. In P. Duff & S. May (Eds.), Language socialization. Vol. 8, Encyclopedia of language and education (3rd ed.). New York: Springer.

Duff, P., Liu, Y., & Li, D. (2017). Chinese heritage language learning: Negotiating identities, ideologies, and institutionalization. In O. Kagan, M. Carreira, & C. Chik (Eds.), Routledge handbook on heritage language education (pp. 409-422). New York: Routledge.

Duff, P. & Li, D. (2014). Rethinking heritage languages: Ideologies, practices, and priorities in Canada and China. In P. Trifonas & T. Aravossitas (Eds.), Rethinking heritage language education (pp. 45-65). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Duff, P. & Li, D. (in press). Rethinking heritage languages: Ideologies, practices, and priorities in Canada and China. In P. Trifonas & T. Aravossitas (Eds.), Rethinking heritage language education. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Li, D., & Duff, P. (2014). Chinese language learning by adolescents and young adults in the Chinese diaspora: Motivation, ethnicity, and identity. In X. L. Curdt-Christiansen & A. Hancock (Eds.), Learning Chinese in diasporic communities: Many pathways to becoming Chinese. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Duff, P., & Li, D. (submission pending). The push and pull of minority-language maintenance and Chinese-English bilingualism in multilingual communities in China.Duff, P. & Li, D. (2013). Learning Chinese as a heritage language. In C. Mady & K. Arnett (Eds.), Minority populations in second language education: Broadening the lens from Canada (pp. 87-100) Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters.

Li, D. (2012). Pragmatic Socialization in Language Acquisition. In Carol Chapelle (Ed.) The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Wiley-Blackwell.

Duff, P. & Li, D. (2009). Indigenous, Minority, and Heritage Language Education in Canada: Policies, Contexts, and Issues.” Canadian Modern Language Reivew. 66(1) 1-8.

Li, D. (2008). "Pragmatic Socialization". In Duff, P. & N. Hornberger (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Language and Education Volume 8: Language Socialization. Norwell , MA 02061: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Li, D. & P. Duff. (2008) “Issues in Chinese Heritage Language Education and Research at the Post-secondary Level “. In A. He and Y. Xiao (Eds.). Chinese as a Heritage Language . Honolulu : National Foreign Language Resource Center , University of Hawai`i , 2 – 32.

Duff, P. and Li, D. (2004) Issues in Mandarin Language Instruction: Theory, Research and Practice. System, 32, pp.443-456.

Duff, P. and Li, D. (2002) The Acquisition and Use of Perfective Aspect in Mandarin. in R. Salaberry & Y. Shirai (Eds.), Tense-aspect morphology in L2 acquisition (pp. 417-453). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Li, D. (2000) The Pragmatics of Making Requests in the L2 [Second Language] Workplace: A Case Study of Language Socialization. The Canadian Modern Language Review, 57, pp. 58-87.

Li, D. (1990) Language Transfer and Cross-cultural Communication. Journal of Hunan University, Vol. 3

Li, D. (1987) Conflict between Transcendentalism and Puritanism in Hawthorn’s The Scarlet Letter. Journal of Hunan Institute of Education, Vol. 2.

Electronic Media

Li, D.. Chinese Character Learning Resource Website. <http://www.chinese.arts.ubc.ca/resource.htm>.

Li, D.. Audio CD for . <http://www2.asia.ubc.ca/faculty/li/department/resource.htm>.

Li, D. & Luo, P. Online Placement System for UBC students (2200 students already processed). <http://placement.ubccjk.com/

King, R., D. Li and R. Chau. Technology-enhanced Chinese character learning resources for use in Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) Language Programs--A multimedia data base with 5,000 Chinese characters and their etymology, animated writing, usage in words and sentences etc. <www.ubc.cjk.com >.

Work in Progress

Books

Li, D. Contextualizing Interlanguage Pragmatic Research. (300 pages)

Journal Articles

Li, Duanduan. “Easy Credit or Better Investment?-Motivation of Chinese Heritage Language Learners at University Level”.