Dr. Franziska O. Y. Cheng | 郑安仪博士
Lecturer, Early Childhood and Elementary Education Division
- Associate Programme Director, Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Early Childhood Education (2022-Present)
- BECE3510 Appreciation and Writing of Children’s Literature
- BECE4320 Early English Learning II
- BECE4451 Honours Project
- EECE3590 Young Children’s Literature and Literacy Development
- HECE1630 English for University Studies I
- HECE2140 Language Development in Early Childhood Education: Play
- English Language Enhancement Programme for Kindergarten Teachers
- English Language Enhancement Course for Nursery School Teachers of Hong Kong Society for the Protection of Children (HKSPC)
- Children’s Literature
- Lacanian psychoanalysis
- Gender studies
Journal Paper (peer-reviewed)
- Cheng, O. Y. F. (2014) Jacques Lacan and the Intrinsic (Un)translatability of Names: ‘Name’ in the English-Chinese Translation of Winterson’s Art & Lies. New Voices in Translation Studies, vol. 11:96-119.
- Cheng, O. Y. F. (2020) 幼兒文學益處多 (The Benefits of Children’s Literature) in eCampus Today《今日校園》, Issue 258, June 2022, also online at http://www.ecampustoday.com.hk/book-detail.php?id=3743
- Cheng, O. Y. F. (2017) Shakespeare and Gender Ambiguity. The Chinese University of Hong Kong. https://repository.lib.cuhk.edu.hk/en/item/cuhk-1587295
- Cheng, O. Y. F. (2012) A Lacanian perspective on literature, translation and the reader’s (inter-)subjectivity: read my text and tell me who you are. Lingnan University. https://commons.ln.edu.hk/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1006&context=eng_etd
Conference Presentations (recent 3 years)
- Cheng, O. Y. F. (2022, Aug). The Interconnectedness of Ecology, Environment and Human Psyche in Children’s Literature: Identity Crisis and Anxiety in Miyazaki’s Spirited Away. Paper presented at the International Conference on Environment and Human Health: Challenges and Opportunities in the 21st Century, Hong Kong SAR.
- Cheng, O. Y. F. (2022, Aug). A Lacanian Perspective to Punishment in Children’s Stories in the Chinese Culture: Symbolic Suicide as Retribution and Redemption. Paper presented at The Narratives of Criminality, Punishment and Social Justice in Children’s & Young Adults Literature Conference, Jadavpur University, Department of English in collaboration with The Association for Children’s Literature in South Asia [online conference].
- 2022-23 Principal Investigator, “Applying Cognitive Linguistics to Teaching Count Nouns and Mass Nouns to L1-Cantonese ESL Learners across Different Age Groups” Seed Grant Funding Scheme 2022/23, School of Continuing Education, Hong Kong Baptist University. Funded. HKD$97,915.