I am a doctoral candidate at Sichuan International Studies University, Chongqing, China, and a member of the Chinese Association of Cognitive Poetics and Cognitive Literary Studies. My research interests include cognitive poetics, cognitive literary studies, cognitive approaches to Shakespeare.

See sisu.academia.edu/JunFeng


Ph.D., Sichuan International Studies University(SISU), 2018-present
Research Interests: Cognitive Literary Studies; Cognitive Approaches to Shakespeare
Honors and Awards: The First Prize Scholarship of SISU(2018-2019; 2019-2020)
Research Project: The “Body-Mind” Relationship in Shakespeare’ Works (2019-2021), sponsored by SISU
Advisor: Prof. Xiong Muqing

M.A., Sichuan International Studies University, 2013-2016
Research Fields: Cognitive Linguistics & Cognitive Poetics
Thesis: “The Metaphorical System of ‘Nature-Man- Text’ in Chinese Poetics: A Cognitive Cultural Study”
Honors and Awards: National Scholarship of China (2015-2016); The First Prize Scholarship of SISU(2013-2014; 2014-2015)
Research Project: Cognitive Upgradation of Cultural Linguistics (2014-2016), sponsored by Chongqing Municipal Education Commission, China
Advisor: Prof. Xiong Muqing


Book Review: Cognitive Poetics: An Introduction. Language and Literature. August 2021. doi:10.1177/09639470211040737

Review of Cognition, Mindreading, and Shakespeare’s Characters, by Nicholas R. Helms. Style, vol. 54 no. 4, 2020, p. 494-500. Project MUSE muse.jhu.edu/article/777544.

Review of Distributed Cognition in Medieval and Renaissance Culture ed. by Miranda Anderson and Michael Wheeler. Configurations, vol. 28 no. 4, 2020, p. 525-527. Project MUSEdoi:10.1353/con.2020.0026.

“Assumed Pride and Misguided Prejudice: On the Longbourn Mind in Pride and Prejudice.” Journal of Guangdong University of Foreign Studies. 2020(4) :42-51+157.

“ ‘Persuasion’Motif in Jane Austen’s Novels Based on Theory of Mind.” Journal of Chengdu University(Social Sciences), 2020(3):79-84.

“Shakespeare in Cognitive Literary Studies.” Sichuan Drama. 2020(5) Page:35-41.

“Morality, Emotion, and Cognition: On Female Independence in Mansfield Park.” Journal of Yancheng Institute of Technology(Social Science Edition). 2020(2):70-74.

“A Tour of Catherine’s Mental Transformation: A Defense for the Female Growing-up Theme of Northanger Abbey.” Journal of Shaanxi University of Technology(Social Sciences). 2020(2):36-41.

“On Conceptual Blending in Narrative Studies.” Journal of Kaili University, 2019(5):48-52.

“Conceptual Metaphor in Literary Studies: A Case Study of King Lear.” Journal of Southwest Petroleum University(Social Sciences Edition). 2019(05):106-111.

“ ‘Cognitive Turn’: A New Opportunity for Literary Studies.” Chongqing Social Sciences. 2019(4) :118-127.

“On Literary Imagination and Cognitive Simulation: A Cognitive Analysis of the Dover Cliff Scene in King Lear.” Cognitive Poetics, Aug. 2018.

“An Aesthetic Approach to Cognitive Literary Studies: A Review on Mindful Aesthetics: Literature and the Science of Mind.”Cognitive Poetics, July 2016.

“The ‘Cultural Turn’ in Cognitive Linguistics.” Journal of Sichuan University For Nationalities, Apr. 2015.

“An Interpretation of The Death of the Hired Man from the Perspective of Cognitive Poetics.” Journal of Longdong University, Nov. 2014.

Blog Posts

  • Hello world! (Cognitive Approaches to Literature, 2023-07-17)


Research Project: The “Body-Mind” Relationship in Shakespeare’ Works (2019-2021), sponsored by SISU


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