Associate Professor of School of Foreign Language

Phone: 02787558365


Academic Areas: British and American literature

Jingjing Guo is Associate Professor of English at the School of Foreign Languages, Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST), and is studying toward her comparative literature and world literature at Central China Normal University. Her interests in scholarship include American literature, comparative literature and ethics and literature. She teaches English and literature, including reading, literature, and English listening.

Academic Degrees

2009.9-present Central China Normal University PhD

1995.9-1998.6 Wuhan University MA

1984.9-1988.6 Central China Normal University BA

Professional Experience

2003.7-present Huazhong University of Science and Technology – Associate Professor

1998.6-2003.7 Huazhong University of Science and Technology – Lecturer

1994.8-1998.6 Xiangfan Educational Institute –Lecturer

1988.6-1994.8 Xiangfan Educational Institute – Teaching Assistant

Selected Publications

 Refereed Journal Papers

  • Guo Jingjing, Zhang Li , “Who is pudd’ nhead—An  interpretation of Pudd’nhead Wilson ”, English Square (Academic Research), 2013, Vol36, No.12, 6-7
  • Guo, Jingjing, Zhang Li, “Failure of identity reconstruction”, English Square (Academic Research), 2013, No.4, 3-6
  • Guo Jingjing, “The Ethical dilemma and choices in Lady Inger”, Forum for World Literature Studies, 2013, No 4, p144-151
  • Li Gang, Guo Jingjing, Li Yi, “British literary theory studies in China during the Eleventh Five-year-plan period”, Foreign Literature Studies, 2010, No. 6, p13-18
  • Guo Jingjing, Zhang Wenzhong, “A comparative study of two translations and one annotated version of Babylon Revisited”, Chinese Translators Journal, 2002, No 2, p58-60.
  • Zhang Wenzhong, Guo Jingjing, “Fuzzy marking: a new approach to marking oral proficiency”, Modern Foreign Languages, 2002, Vol. 25, No. 1, p98-102.

Refereed International Conference Papers

  • Guo Jingjing. “Slaughter of Other Beings and Slaughter of Human Beings—An Ecocritical Interpretation of The Lord of Flies”, Proceedings of International Conference on Literature and Environment Wuhan 2008, pp 434-441
  • Guo Jingjing, “Nature in Unity with Humanism: A Reinterpretation of a Group of Poems by Robert Frost”, ISSHP, Proceedings of International Conference on the 20th Century American Poetry 2008. pp 303-309
  • Guo Jingjing, “Cognition Beyond the Senses”, Shakespeare from Multiperspectives—Selected Essays from the 2008 International Symposium, pp 85-92.

Courses Taught

Undergraduate Course:

1. Extensive reading

2. Comprehensive reading

3. Advanced reading

4. English listening

5. History of American literature

6. Selected Reading of American literature

7. Selected reading of British literature

8. American culture

Graduate Course:

1. An introduction to American literature


Research Grants:

  • 2006-2009 the Second Prize of Scientific Research Achievements of Foreign Literature Association in Hubei province
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