Jie XU


Jie XU received his BA in Chinese Language and Literature from Henan University, China in 1981, MA in Chinese Linguistics from the Central China Normal University in 1984, MA in Asian Languages and Linguistics from University of Hawaii in 1988, and PhD in Linguistics from University of Maryland at College Park in 1993. He taught Chinese language and Linguistics at the National University of Singapore, Henan University, and Central China Normal University from 1993 to 2008 before joining the faculty of the University of Macau. He is a Distinguished Professor of Chinese Linguistics and Department Head in the Department of Chinese Language and Literature, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, the University of Macau. His publications include Ten Essays on Chinese Descriptive Grammar, (Henan Education Press, 1993), Grammatical Principles and Grammatical Phenomena (Peking University Press, 2001), Sentence Head and Sentence Structure (Longman, 2003), Language Planning and Language Education (Xuelin, 2007), Formal Aspects of Chinese Grammar (World Scientific, 2016), and over fifty journal articles published in China, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, the Netherlands, and the USA.

Research Interests:

His research mainly focuses on Language Planning, Grammatical Theory, Chinese Linguistics, Language Acquisition, Language Education.

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