Visiting Assistant Professor of Chinese
Primary Academic Program: Foreign Languages, Cultures, and Literatures
Biography:Huiwen Li’s teaching and research interests include Chinese language and culture, Chinese calligraphy, culture shock and adaptation, and culturally responsive teaching. He is president of the American Society of Shufa Calligraphy Education, a nonprofit organization serving the needs and interests of educators, researchers, students, and enthusiasts of shufa calligraphy in North America. He comes to Bard from Cleveland State University, where he taught courses in Chinese Chinese language and culture, calligraphy, and research methodology. At Cleveland State he was assistant director of the Confucius Institute and editor-in-chief of the Journal of Chinese Language Teaching Methodology and Technology. He is the author/coauthor of numerous articles in publications including Confucius Studies, Frontiers in Psychology, Teaching Chinese in International Contexts, Journal of Overseas Chinese Education, Chinese Language Teaching Methodology and Technology, and Journal of Research on Chinese Teaching, among others.
BA, English language and literature, Shandong Normal University, Jinan, China; MA, psychology in education, University of Pittsburgh; EdD, Duquesne University; PhD candidate, Cleveland State University. At Bard since 2021.