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Elsevier Highly Cited Chinese Researchers
Time: Mar 28.2024

3 professors of SISU ICSA have been selected for Elsevier’s 2023 “Highly Cited Chinese Researchers”.

On March 27, 2024, Elsevier released its 2023 list of “Highly Cited Chinese Researchers”.

Prof. Lei Lei, Prof. David Machin, and Prof. Gwen Bouvier of the Institute of Corpus Studies and Applications, Shanghai International Studies University (SISU) were selected for the list.

In 2023, a total of 5,801 “Highly Cited Chinese Researchers” from 496 universities, enterprises, and scientific research institutions were listed, covering 10 subject areas and 84 first-level disciplines of the Ministry of Education, among which 34 researchers were from foreign language and literature discipline and 19 scholars were from the field of sociology.

Prof. Lei Lei

Lei Lei, Ph.D., Professor and doctoral supervisor of Institute of Corpus Studies and Applications, Shanghai International Studies University. His research interests include corpus linguistics, language digital humanities, academic English, and so on. He has published many monographs in Cambridge University Press, TESOL Press, and Science Press and has published nearly 40 research papers and more than 10 book reviews in SSCI journals such as Applied Linguistics, Language Teaching, International Journal of Corpus Linguistics and System. Two of his papers have been selected as ESI highly cited papers, and more than 10 papers or book reviews have been published in CSSCI journals such as Modern Foreign Languages, Foreign Language Teaching, and Journal of PLA Foreign Languages Institute. He has presided over a number of scientific research projects, such as National Social Science Fund projects. He is also the editorial board of Journal of English for Academic Purposes (SSCI) and other domestic and international journals.

Prof. David Machin

David Machin is an internationally established scholar working in the fields of Critical Discourse Analysis and Multimodality. He began working in the Institute early in 2022. His books are widely referenced and standard on reading lists in teaching around the world. David is co-editor of the peer reviewed Taylor & Francis journal Social Semiotics, which publishes papers in the wider field of discourse and critical multimodal studies, and the Bloomsbury books series Advances in Critical Discourse Studies. He sits on the editorial boards of the leading international discourse and communication journals.

Prof. Gwen Bouvier

Gwen Bouvier (PhD, University of Wales) is a Distinguished Professor at Shanghai International Studies University. Her main areas of research interest are social media, civic discourse, and news representation. Professor Bouvier’s publications have focused on multimodal and critical discourse analysis, social media, fashion as discourse and the visual representation of crises in news. She is the Associate Editor for Social Semiotics Journal and Review Editor for Discourse & Society and for the Journal of Multicultural Discourse.