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Ziling Bai is a PhD candidate in Translation Studies who has successfully defended her thesis entiled "Vividness in Translation: The Renditions of Episodic Memory in Virginia Woolf’s Mrs Dalloway and To the Lighthouse in Contemporary China (1988, 2003)" recently. Before pursuing her doctorate, Ziling had translated Virginia Woolf, Lloyd Osbourne, Robert Louis Stevenson, and Carlos Magdalena.

Research interests

Literature and literary translation in modern China

  • The translation of Western modernism in contemporary China
  • The twentieth-century (auto)biographical writings by diasporic Chinese literati
  • The ideology of time and memory
  • Cognitive narratology

Teaching

Associate Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy, Advance HE (awarded July 2023)

ICOM70302 Research Development Seminar

CHIN10050 Introduction to Chinese Studies

Selected as MAP tutor (Manchester Access Programme), 2021, 2022

Education/Academic qualification

PhD in Translation and Intercultural Studies, The University of Manchester

Sept 20192024

MSc Translation Studies, University of Edinburgh

Sept 2016Nov 2017

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  • 海浪

    Translated title of the contribution: Virginia Woolf's The Waves (1931)Chen, Y. (Translator) & Bai, Z. (Translator), Sept 2020, 369 p. Wuhan : Huazhong University of Science and Technology Press.

    Research output: Other contributionpeer-review

  • 错箱记

    Translated title of the contribution: Lloyd Osbourne & Robert Louis Stevenson's The Wrong BoxBai, Z. (Translator) & Huang, J. (Translator), May 2019, Beijing : Yeeyan Gutenberg Project.

    Research output: Other contributionpeer-review

  • 海浪

    Translated title of the contribution: Virginia Woolf's The Waves (1931)Bai, Z. (Translator) & Chen, Y. (Translator), Aug 2018, Beijing : Yeeyan Gutenberg Project.

    Research output: Other contributionpeer-review