Office hour : (四)13:00~17:00
Li, C. (2015). “What's after the "Happily-Ever-After?": An Analysis to the Reader Responses of Taiwanese Elementary Students toward the Modern Sequels of Fairy Tales” Foreign Languages Journal of Jin-Wen Institute of Technology, Vol. 15: 69-76.
Li, C. (2013). “Breaking the Glass Slippers: Examining Gender Stereotypes through a Juxtaposition of Classic Cinderella Tales and Modern Feminist Variants.” Tamkang Studies of Foreign Languages and Literatures. Vol. 22: 189-213.
Li, C. (2012). “Interplay of Life and Text: A Literature Discussion among Five American Undergraduate Students about Feminist Cinderella Stories.” Journal of Jin-Wen University of Science and Technology, Vol. 23.1: 69-86.
Li, C. (2011). “An Evolution/Revolution of Fairy Tales in Modern Children’s Books: The Awakening of Silenced Voices from the Dark Side to Raise Critical Literacy of Children.” Providence Forum: Language and Humanities. Vol.5.1: 27-50
Li, C. (2011). “Enhancing Multicultural Education of Young Children with Multicultural Picture Books.” Foreign Languages Journal of Jin-Wen Institute of Technology, Vol. 11: 1-11.
Li, C. (2003). “Benefactor or Malefactor?: Double Standard of Morality and Double Image of Characters in Measure for Measure.” Journal of Jin-Wen Institute of Technology, Vol. 14.2: 209-15.
Li, C. (2002). “What Does the Birthmark Stand for?: A Feminist Reading on ‘The Birthmark.’” Foreign Languages Journal of Jin-Wen Institute of Technology, Vol. 4: 35-40.
Li, C. (2000) “Nathaniel Hawthorne's ‘Young Goodman Brown’: A Psychoanalytic Interpretation.” Journal of Jin-Wen Institute of Technology, Vol. 11.2: 41-46.
Li, C. (1999). “Vice or Virtue?: the Double Standards of Morality Presented in ‘My Last Duchess.’” Foreign Languages Journal of Jin-Wen Institute of Technology, Vol. 1: 1-6.
Li, C. (1999). “Symbols Clothed in the Literal Fabric: The Undermeaning in Edith Wharton's ‘Roman Fever.’” Journal of Jin-Wen Institute of Technology, Vol. 10.2: 33-38.
Li. C. (2015). “A Whole New World: Taiwanese Elementary School Students’Responses to Modern Fairy-Tale Adaptations with Alternative Story Settings.” The 26th Annual Conference of Mid-Atlantic Popular and American Culture Association.
Li. C. (2014). “Defamilirizing the Familiar: A Deviation of Content within Common Book Forms for Children.” The Domestic Conference sponsored by The Taiwan Children’s Literature Research Association (TCLRA): Shifting Paradigms in Children’s Literature.
Li. C. (2013). “After “Happily-Ever-After”: A Qualitative Study of Reading the Modern Sequels of Fairy Tales by Taiwanese Elementary Students.” The 24th Annual Conference of Mid-Atlantic Popular and American Culture Association. (NSC-101-2410-H-228-004)
Li. C. (2013). “Teaching Picture Book Art: A Case of Analyzing the Interplay of Text and Image in Farmer Duck.” The 2013 Academic Conference of Languages and Literature, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Yu Da University of Science and Technology.
Li. C. (2013). “’Pop-up’ Tales: Transmediating Children’s Stories into Installation Art.” The 21st Biannual Conference of International Research Society for Children’s Literature (IRSCL).
Li. C. (2012). “Sleepless in Fairy Tales: Responses of Taiwanese School-Aged Children to the Variants of ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ as Bedtime Stories.” International Conference on Children’s Literature: The Child in the Book.
Li. C. (2012). “Promoting Critical Fairy-Tale Literacy of Children with Contemporary Disruptive Variants: a Qualitative Study.” The 16thConference on Children’s Language and Children’s Literature, College of Foreign Languages and Literature, Providence University.
Li. C. (2012). “Revisions Revisited: A Typology of Contemporary Disruptive Fairy-Tale Variants for Children.” The 38th Annual Conference of Children’s Literature Association (ChLA).
Li. C. (2012). “Portraying the Fairy Tale ‘Beauty and the Beast’: A Comparison between Classic Illustrations and Drawings of Modern Children.” Conference for English Teaching: Theory and Practice The Department of Applied English, Jinwen University of Science and Technology.
Li. C. (2009). “Outside “In”?: Reading inside out for Elements of a Good Picture Book in Maurice Sendak’s Outside Over There”The 1st Conference on Children’s Literature: Children’s Literature and Visual Arts.
Li. C. (2009). “Children’s Picture Books as a Tool to Enhance Young Children’s Multicultural Education.” The 6th Annual The Child and The Book Conference.
Li. C. (2009). “Voices from the Dark Side: An Evolution of Fairy Tales in Children’s Books.” The Fairy Tale after Angela Carter Conference.
Li. C. (2009) “Breaking the Glass Slipper: Subversion of Gender Stereotypes in Classic Cinderella Tales with Contemporary Feminist Variants.” The 30th Anniversary SWTX PCA/ACA Conference.
Li. C. (2008). “Size Matters: Phallic Symbols in Children’s Picture Books.” Kidding Around: The Child in Film and Media-An Interdisciplinary Conference.
Li. C. (2008). “Finding Clues in the Pictures: A Close Reading for Science Fiction Elements of The Watertower.” The 29th Annual International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts.
Li. C. (2010). The Emergence of Fairy Tale Literacy: A Multiple Case Study on Promoting Critical Literacy of Children through a Juxtaposed Reading of Classic Fairy Tales and Their Contemporary Variants. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. Pennsylvania State University.
應用古典童話及五種現代顛覆式童話變體增進台灣國小學童批判性讀 寫能力之研究 NSC- 101-2410-H-228 -004 (2012)
教育部獎助私立技專校院選送教師國外進修學位專案計畫 (2007, 2008)
藝能展演補助 (2008, 2009)
 中華民國課程與教學學會學位論文優等 (2012)