World Languages & Cultures | Cai, Ling
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Ling Cai is focused on second language teaching psychology and methodology, etymological knowledge development, and cognitive processing of Chinese characters as well as Chinese folk culture and folklore.

  • With Zachary Gray Sanderson. “On Subjectivity and the Risk Pool; or, Žižek’s Lacuna.” Telos 160 (Fall 2012): 121-138.
  • With Peter Langguth, Hans Lennernäs, Lawrence Yu, and Gordon L. Amidon. “Bioequivalence of Oral Products and the Biopharmaceutics Classification System: Science, Regulation, and Public Policy.” Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics 90.3 (September 2011): 467-70.
  • “Adolf Meyer-Abich, Holism, and the Negotiation of Theoretical Biology.” Biological Theory 3.4 (Fall 2008 [published summer 2009]): 357-70.
  • With Dan Krier. “On Rereading Klaus Theweleit’s Male Fantasies.” Men and Masculinities 11.4 (June 2009): 488-96.
  • “What Happens to Countess Geschwitz? Revisiting Homosexuality in Horkheimer and Adorno.” The New York Journal of Sociology 1 (2008): 1-24. []
  • With Mark P. Worrell. “A. R. L. Gurland, the Frankfurt School, and the Critical Theory of Antisemitism.” Telos 144 (Fall 2008): 129-47.
  • “Sex on the Brain: The Rise and Fall of German Sexual Science.” Endeavour 32.2 (June 2008): 64-69.
  • “‘Diesmal fehlt die Biologie!’ Max Horkheimer, Richard Thurnwald, and the Biological Prehistory of German Sozialforschung.” New German Critique 104 (Vol. 35 No. 2, Summer 2008): 103-37.
  • “The Visible Hand and the New American Biology: Toward an Integrated Historiography of Railroad-Supported Agricultural Research.” Agricultural History 82.3 (Summer 2008): 309-36.
  • “Carrie Chapman Catt and the Evolutionary Politics of Sex and Race, 1885-1940.” Journal of the History of Ideas 68.2 (April 2007): 305-28.

“Bridging Language and Culture: a Thematic Unit Based on a Chinese Traditional Folktale” Learning languages – The Professional Journal of the National Network for Early Language Learning, Vol. 15  (Spring 2010)


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