Dr Delia Lin
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Delia Lin has studied engineering, linguistics and applied linguistics at a leading Chinese university and gained her PhD in Humanities (political culture) at Griffith University, Australia. She is devoted to a cross-disciplinary approach to research. Her research passion lies in the nexus between politics, culture, society, language, philosophy and psychology. Her research centres on the journey of words and political thought, cross-cultural civilising processes, discourse, ideology, justice, emotions, attitude towards and treatment of mental illness, and socialisation of ideas. She teaches Chinese, translation, Chinese and Western Thinking.
Doctor of Philosophy
School of Humanities (political culture), Griffith University
M.A (by research) Applied Linguistics
Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China
B.A. (with thesis component) Linguistics
Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China
NAATI (National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters, Australia) accredited Translator (Chinese <->English, both directions)
NAATI (National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters, Australia) accredited Interpreter (Mandarin <->English, both directions)
2015 Faculty of Arts Excellence in Teaching Award
2009 Dean’s Academic Excellence list, Griffith Graduate Research School
2008 2008 Individual Teacher Award Commendation
Griffith Awards for Excellence in Teaching
1994, 1990 Han Suyin National Young Translators Award,
Translators Association of China
1990 First Prize, English/Chinese Translation Competition of Hubei Province, Translators Association of Hubei Province & Hubei People’s Broadcasting Station
Lin, D. 2017, Civilsiing Citizens in Post-Mao China: Understanding the Rhetoric of Suzhi, London and New York: Routledge.
Refereed Scholarly Articles
Lin, D. 2017, "The CCP's Exploitation of Confucianism and Legalism" in Lam, W (ed.)., Routledge Handbook of the Chinese Communist Party, Routledge.
Lin, D. 2017 "High Justice versus Low Justice: The Legacy of Confucian and Legalist Notions of Justice", in F. Sapio, S. Trevaskes, S. Biddulph and E. Nesossi (eds.), Justice: The China Experience, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.67-91.
Lin, D. 2017 "Notions of Justice: A Comparative Cultural Analysis", The International Journal of Evidence & Proof. Vol 21 (1-2), pp. 79-86.
Lin, D. 2012 "Working to be Worthy - Shame and Confucian Technology of Governing", in Andrew Kipnis (ed.) Chinese Modernity and the Individual Psyche, Palgrave MacMillan.
Lin, D. 2012 "Increasing Cultural Flexibility: A Psychological Perspective on the Purpose of Intercultural Educaiton", in Xianlin Song & Kate Cadman (eds.) Bridging Transcultural Divides: Asian Languages and Cultures in Global Higher Education, University of Adelaide Press.
Keane, M & Lin, D. 2001 “Patriotism Is Not Enough: Chinese Intellectuals and the Knowledge Economy”, Asia Pacific Media Educator, Issue No. 11, July-Dec. 2001.
Lin D. 2003 Review of B. Bakken The Exemplary Society: Human Improvement, Social Control, and the Dangers of Modernity in China (2000) Oxford: Oxford University Press. Asian Studies Review, December 2003, Vol. 27, no. 4.
Book and Dictionary
1997 (with X. Wang) Gems of American Prose of Today---with Chinese Translations and Commentaries, Wuhan: Huazhong University of Science and Technology Press.
1997 (with E. Cheng et al) A Practical Chinese-English Dictionary for Scientists, Beijing: Higher Education Press.
Conference Presentations and Working Papers
Lin, D. 2017, “Double Writing: Teaching Chinese and Western Thinking in Australia”, Researching and Teaching 21st century China: a symposium, 4-5 August, ANU House, Melbourne.
Lin, D. 2017, “The CCP’s Exploitation of Confucianism and Legalism”, CSAA 15th Biennial Conference, 10-12 July, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.
Lin, D. 2017, “Emotions rule: prominence of shame and (mis)interpreting restorative justice in China”, The Politics of Public Shaming in China Workshop, Institute of Criminology, 27 March, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia.
Lin, D. 2015, " Notions of Justice: A Comparative Cultural Analysis", paper presented to the 5th International Conference on Evidence Law and Forensic Science, 20-23 July, Adelaide.
Lin, D. 2015, "Problematising Confucian and Legalist Notions of Justice", paper presented to the 9th International Convention of Asian Scholars (ICAS 9), 5-9 July, Adelaide.
Lin, D. 2015, “Political Philosophy of Xi Jinping: Consistency in his Inconsistencies”, paper presented to China Briefing, 29 April, 2015, Confucius Institute of The University of Adelaide.
Lin, D. 2014, “The Political Philosophy of Suzhi”, paper presented to ANU China Seminar Series, 6 November, Canberra, Australia.
Lin, D. 2014. “Confucianism, Political Ideology and Notions of Justice”, paper presented to workshop Justice: The China Experience, 10-11 July, Gold Coast, Australia.
Lin, D. 2013. “Shaping Aspirations: Xi Jinping's Political Ideology - the China Dream”, paper presented to the Griffith Asian Institute (GAI) China Group Workshop, 25 November, Brisbane.
Lin, D. 2013, “Liberal Education in China: a Case of Amerinese Dream?”, paper presented to the Chinese Studies Association of Australia (CSAA) 13th Biennial Conference, 9-11 July, Tasmania.
Lin, D. 2013 “China’s New First Lady”, April 18th, 2013, East Asia Forum.
Lin, D. 2010 , "Working to be Worthy - Shame and Confucian Technology of Governing", paper presented to the ANU China Institute Signature Conference Chinese Modernity and the Individual Psyche, 16-17 August.
Lin, D. 2010 “Developing University Students’ Cultural Flexibility: Towards a Framework”, paper presented to Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) 18th Biennial Conference: 5-8 July, Adelaide.
Lin, D. 2010 “The Cultural Dilemma of a Knowledge Society in China: The Case of 'Education for Quality' (Suzhi jiaoyu)”, Regional Outlook, Griffith Asia Institute, Brisbane, Vol. 24.
Lin, D. 2009 “Amnesia and Memory: Does Classical Ideology Matter?”, paper presented to Chinese Studies Association of Australia 11th Biennial Conference: 9-11 July, Sydney.
Lin, D. 2007 “The Wenming-Suzhi-Hexie Shehui Continuum: The Logic of Defective Citizenship in China”, paper presented to Chinese Studies Association of Australia 10th Biennial Conference: 27-29 June, Brisbane
Keane, M & Lin, D. 2001 “Intellectuals and Nationalism in China”, Paper presented to the Governance and Justice 2001 Conference: 9th-11th July Griffith University, Nathan Campus.
2000 (Sang Ye) "Chinese Dreams on Paper: Exploring the 'Virtual Reality' of China's Futures", in Beyong the Future: Papers from the Conference of the Third Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, Queensland Art Gallery Publications, Brisbane, 2000. (with Sue Trevaskes).
(State Education Commission of the People's Republic of China) "History Teaching Guidelins for Full-time Junior High Schools in the Nine-year Mandatory Education", in Chinese Education Society: A Journal of Translations, vol. 32, no. 6, November/December 1999, pp. 21-39. (with Amy Shih and Patrick Chan).
2009 Advanced Workshop in Acceptance & Commitment Therapy conducted by Dr. Russel Harris
2008 Introductory Workshop in Acceptance & Commitment Therapy conducted by Dr. Russel Harris
2007 Mental Health First Aid Course
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