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JIANXUN LIU
DEPARTMENT of LANGUAGES and LITERATURES of ETHNIC MINORITIES
CENTRAL UNIVERSITY for NATIONALITIES--CUN
27 BAISHIQIAO ROAD, BEIJING 100081 P. R. CHINA
Home Telephone: 86-10-6893-3620. E-mail: liu_jianxun@peoplemail.com.cn
Birth Date: Jul.7,1966. Birth Place: Yizhou, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region

Field of Specialty and Interest :
Tai languages and literatures, linguistic ansthropology

Education Background:
Ph. D. in languages and litteratures of Chinese ethnic minorities, CUN, June, 2000
M. A. in languages and litteratures of Chinese ethnic minorities, CUN, June, 1992
B. A. in language and literature of the Zhuang , CUN, June, 1989

Professional experience:
Feb.-May, 2001 Visiting Scholar, Northern Illinois University.
1996-1997 member of project " comparative studies of language planning abroad",organized by Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
July, 1994-present Lecturer, Department of Languages and Literatures of Ethnic Minorities, Central University for Natiolities. Department of Languages and Literatures of Ethnic Minorities, Central University for Natiolities.
May, 1994 - present Academic secretary,Insitute of Kam-Tai Studies, Central University for Natiolities.
July, 1992-April, 1994 coordinator, Office of Culture and Education, People's Government of Shijingshan District, Beijing.

Presentation:
The Origins of Kam-Tai Languages: an interdisciplinary perspective. Conference of China's Society of Minority Languages, Changsha, Hunan, 31OCT-04NOV, 1994

Grants:
Henry R. Luce Foundation. 3 yrs: Jan. 1999-Dec.2002. Project title: The origins and Spread of Tai Irrigated Rice Technology and Culture in Southern China.

Focus of Research: Tai languages and literatures.
Publications:
author:
Some Tai Loan-words in Ancient Chinese, 1996, Supplement to the Journal of CUN.
Benjamin Lee Whorf Revisited, 1999, MINZU YUWEN LUNTAN.
Linguistic Evidence for the Origins and Spread of Tai Proto-agriculture(forthcoming)
editor:
1996, Kam-Tai Studies- Supplement to the Journal of CUN.