Instructor in English Language
Anna Anderson Scholl is an Instructor in English Language in Duke Kunshan University’s Language and Culture Center. She received her M.A. in Linguistics from Payap University in Chiang Mai, Thailand. In addition to her master’s degree, she has extensive experience teaching in China, writing professionally, and studying foreign languages. Her approach to academic research and writing was shaped most strongly by her scholar’s semester abroad at Oxford University. Before coming to Duke Kunshan University, she worked as the Associate Editor of an online magazine, studied Mandarin intensively and taught English in Henan, China.
Anderson, A. (2018). Applying Dynamic Equivalence and Relevance Theory: Translating English and Mandarin Chinese Song Lyrics. (Masters thesis). Retrieved from
Anderson, A. (2018). Applying Relevance Theory and Dynamic Equivalence: Translating Figurative Language in English and Mandarin Chinese Lyrics of Hope. In Proceeding: Payap University Research Symposium 2018 (pp. 720-740). Chiang Mai, Thailand: Payap University.
Anderson, A. (2018, February). Applying Relevance Theory and Dynamic Equivalence: Translating Figurative Language in English and Mandarin Chinese Lyrics of Hope. Presented at the Payap University Researchs Symposium, Chiang Mai, Thailand.