Dai Xiaodong Profile

ProfilesDai Xiaodong is associate professor at the Foreign Languages College of Shanghai Normal University (SHNU), P. R. China.

Dai XiaodongPresently he serves as the executive chief of Intercultural Communication Research Center of SHNU, and the vice president of China Association for Intercultural Communication (CAFIC). His major research interests are identity negotiation and intercultural competence. In 2007-2008, he won a Fulbright grant and conducted research at the Department of Communication Studies of University of Rhode Island in the US. He has published numerous articles which have appeared in Chinese Journal of European Studies, American Studies Quarterly, World Economics and Politics, Contemporary International Relations, International Survey, China Media Research, Academic Research, and so forth.

His recent books include Identity and Intercultural Communication (I): Theoretical and Contextual Construction (2010, co-edited with Steve J. Kulich), Identity and Intercultural Communication (II): Conceptual and Contextual Applications (2011, co-edited with Steve J. Kulich), Intercultural Communication Theories (2011), Intercultural Adaptation: Theoretical Explorations and Empirical Studies (2012, co-edited with Steve J. Kulich), and Intercultural Communication Competence: Conceptualization and its Development in Cultural Contexts and Interactions (2014, co-edited with Guo-Ming Chen).

 

Shanghai Normal U Int’l Conf Intercultural Comm

Intercultural Competence and Interaction
Call for Papers: 2012 SHNU International Conference of Intercultural Communication

With the success of the first International Conference of Intercultural Communication in 2008 and the second in 2010, Shanghai Normal University will sponsor the third on December 15-16, 2012. The 2012 ICIC focuses on Intercultural Competence and Interaction”. It is, as the previous two, characterized by high-level scholarship, explicitly focused themes, multiple perspectives and in-depth discussions. We welcome both domestic and international scholars to interpret the conference theme from different perspectives, and would like to share their knowledge and expertise.

Working Language: English/Chinese
Time: December 15-16, 2012
Venue: 100 Guilin Road, Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai, China

Invited Speakers:
Colleen Ward, Donal Carbaugh, Guo-Ming Chen, Michael Byram, Molefi K. Asante, Nobuyuki Honna, Patrice Buzzanell, SUN Youzhong, SHI Xu and XU Lisheng.

Abstract and paper submission:
Please submit a 300-500 word abstract (APA style, Times New Roman 12 point font and double spaced) to iccshanghai@163.com as an email attachment no later than September 15th. Authors of accepted abstracts will be notified by October 15th, 2012, and will then be invited to submit a full paper ranging from 5000 to 12000 words by December 1st. All submissions will be carefully reviewed. High quality articles will be selected for publication. For more information, please visit: www.shicci.org.cn

Conference Registration Fee:
Teachers or researchers: 800 RMB($120)
Students or Spouse: 400 RMB($60)

Payment of the registration fee covers the cost to attend the main conference and the concurrent sessions, coffee breaks and conference meals. Notice that this registration fee does NOT cover the cost of the local transportation and accommodation.

Sponsor: Foreign Languages College of Shanghai Normal University
Chief of Organization Committee: Prof. Lu Jianfei, Secretary of Shanghai Normal University/chair of SHNU council.
Deputy Chief: Prof. Cai Longquan, Dean of Foreign Languages College of Shanghai Normal University.
Executive: Dr. Dai Xiaodong, Shanghai Normal University, Fulbright research scholar.
Tel: 86-21-64323699
Fax: 86-21-64321755
E-mail: iccshanghai@163.com
Website: www.shicci.org.cn