Academic Publications

Books:

·         Malloch, T. R. (2014). Spiritual Enterprise: Doing Virtuous Business (J. Hou & M. Hong, F. Yang, Trans.). ISBN: 9787516407158, Beijing: China Enterprise Management Press. (original work published 2011).

·         M. Hong. (2008). Spirituality and English Language Teaching—A Christian   Exploration. Saarbrücken, Germany: VDM Publishing House.

·         M. Hong. (2002). English Language Institute Evaluation – Central Michigan University. Central Michigan University Press: Mount Pleasant, Michigan.

·         M. Hong. (1999). Preparation for English Band Four Test. Tsinghua University Press: Beijing, China.

 

Book Excerpt:

·         Teacher Identity Discourses: Negotiating Personal and Professional Spaces. Janet Alsup. Mahwah, NJ: National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE)/Lawerence Erlbaum Associates (LEA) Presses, P. 13. 2006.

 

Invited Lectures:

·         “Teaching Writing in the Second Language Classroom in the Middle East.”English Department, Lee University, Cleveland, Tennessee, USA, from 2012 to 2015.

·         “Chinese Literature and Culture." English Department, Central Michigan University, 2003.

·         “Visual Rhetoric: From Reading to Writing Images." Department of Languages, Zayed University, Dubai and Abu Dhabi, November 2010.

 

Presentations:

·          “Using Collaborative Strategic Reading in Language and Non-language Classrooms at Zayed University.”Co-presented with Dr. Mary Jane Curry at University College Seminar, Zayed University, Dubai, UAE. February, 2012.

·         “Virtual Mediated Second Language Writing.”Paper Co-presented with Dr. Shuozhao Hou and Dr. Marielle Patronize at AILA – World English Congress. Beijing, China. August 22, 2012.

·         “Virtual Mediated Second Language Writing-A linguistic, cognitive and Rhetoric Perspective.”University College Seminar, Zayed University, Dubai, April, 2011.

·         “Virtual Mediated Second Language Writing-A Survey Study from 1992 to 2010.”Paper Presented with Shuozhao Hou at Computer and Writing, 2010. West Lafayette, IN, USA, May, 2010.

·         “Spirituality and English Language Teaching – A Christian Exploration.”TESOL CAUCUS – Christian English Language Teachers (CELT). Seattle, March, 2007.

·         “Spirituality in Second Language Acquisition.”Association Internationale De Linguistique Appliquee (AILA), Madison, Wisconsin. July, 2005.

·         “Spirituality and Second Language Acquisition: Is There a Connection?”Hawaii International Conference on Arts, January, 2005.

·         “Technology as a Cultural Bridge between NNES Composition Instructors and their NES students.”CCCC, San Antonio, Texas, March, 2004.

·         “The Computer Network as Instrument, Medium, and Message in the Twentyfirst Century ESL Classroom.”Coauthor: Brita Banitz and Andy Morotta. Computers and Writing, West Lafayette, Indiana, May, 2003.

·         “Tutors at Work: NNES Communicative Strategies and Perceptions of ESL.”Coauthor: Dr. Mary Ann K. Crawford and Rich Forest. American Association of Applied Linguistics, Salt Lake City, April 2002.

·         "Focus on Form in the ESL classroom -- A longitudinal Study." Students Research Exhibition Forum, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, April 2002.

·         "ESL Tutors Working at the Writing Center: Advantages and Disadvantages.”East Central Writing Center Conferences at Kent State University, Stark, Ohio, April 2002.

·         "To the Writing Center: Who Comes, Who does not and Why? -- An Investigation of the International Students at Central Michigan University.”National Peers Tutoring Conference at Allentown, Pennsylvania, November  2001.

·         "A Comparative Study of Plagiarism in Chinese and English." East Central Writing Center Conference at Denison University, Granville, Ohio, March 2001.

·         “Cross-cultural Analyses of the Learning Strategies in Language Classroom.”The 7th International Cross-cultural Communication Conference at University of Louisville, Kentucky, July 1999.