Humanities

 

Prof. John ERNI

International and Asia-based Media and Cultural Studies; Gender and Sexual Politics related to Media and Visual Culture; Youth Popular Culture Studies in Transnational Contexts; Critical Public Health Studies; The Cultural Politics of Race/Ethnicity; Human Rights Philosophy and Politics; Creative Media / Practice

Prof. LO Kwai Cheung

Cultural Studies; Creative Writing; Film Studies; Ethnic Studies; Diaspora Writing in English; East-West Comparative Studies; Literary Theory; and Psychoanalysis; Creative Media / Practice

Dr. Charles Chi-wai CHEUNG

Hong Kong Cultural Industries; Media Power; Digital Media; Popular Culture and Cultural Studies

Dr. Gladys Pak-lei CHONG

Youth; Governmentality; Subjectivities; Space; Power-relations; Desire; Globalization; Resistance and Transgression; Home Interiors; Food Practices; Lifestyles and Taste; Gender; Subcultures; China Studies; Media and Technology

Dr. CHOW Yiu Fai

Creative Work; Gender; Queer; Diaspora; Sound and Music; Cultural Studies

Dr. Amy Wai-Sum LEE

Feminist Literary Studies; Gender Studies; Witchcraft in Literature; Emotional Literacy Education; Detective Fiction; Solitude and Meditation in Literature; Creative Media / Practice

Dr. WONG Kwok Kui

Nietzsche; Schelling; Hermeneutics; The Problem of Time and Poetics; Theatre Aesthetics

Dr. Lucetta Yip-lo KAM

Transnational Chinese Queer Studies, Chinese Lesbian Ethnography, Hong Kong Studies

Dr. Daisy Dic-Sze TAM

Cultural Studies; Critical Theory; Food security, Food Waste; Everyday Life Studies; Migrant Workers

Dr. Louis Kin-Chung HO

Cultural Policy; Creative Labour; Creative Media / Practice; Cultural Studies; Visual Culture

 

Professor John Nguyet ERNI 陳錦榮教授

Fung Hon Chu Endowed Chair Professor of Humanics, Head of Department of Humanities & Creative Writing and President, The Hong Kong Academy of the Humanities (2017-18)
馮漢柱基金全人教育講座教授、人文及創作系系主任、香港人文學院主席

Research areas:

International and Asia-based Media and Cultural Studies; Gender and Sexual Politics related to Media and Visual Culture; Youth Popular Culture Studies in Transnational Contexts; Critical Public Health Studies; The Cultural Politics of Race/Ethnicity; Human Rights Philosophy and Politics; Creative Media/ Practice

Representative publications:

v Erni, John N. (forthcoming; expected in 2019). The Included-outs: Cultural Studies, Law, and Critical Human Rights . New York & London: Taylor & Francis.

v Erni, John N. (Ed.) (2017). Visuality, Emotions, and Minority Culture: Feeling Ethnic . Heidelberg: Springer.

v Erni, John N. and Leung, Lisa (2014). Understanding South Asian Minorities in Hong Kong . Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

v Erni, John N. (Ed.) (2011). Cultural Studies of Rights: Critical Articulations . New York & London: Routledge.

v Erni, John N. & Chua Siew Keng (Eds.) (2005). Asian Media Studies: Politics of Subjectivities . Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing Ltd.


Biography of Prof. John Erni
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Professor LO Kwai Cheung
羅貴祥教授

Programme Director of Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Creative and Professional Writing and Professor
創意及專業寫作文學士(榮譽)學位課程主任、教授

Research areas:

Cultural Studies; Creative Writing; Film Studies; Ethnic Studies; Diaspora Writing in English; East-West Comparative Studies; Literary Theory; and Psychoanalysis; Creative Media/ Practice

Representative publications:

v Hate-Loving Nation-State: Theorizing Asian Nationalist Affects.Precarious Belongings: Affect and Nationalism in Asia . Ed. Chih-ming Wang and Daniel PS Goh. London & New York: Rowman & Littlefield, 2017. 19-38.

v Buddha Found and Lost in the Chinese Nation ofDiversity in Unity: Pema Tsedens Films as a Buddhist Mode of Reflexivity.Special issue onthe Tibetan Cinema of Pema Tseden.Journal of Chinese Cinemas 10.2 (2016): 150-165.

v Hong Kong Cinema as Ethnic Borderland.A Companion to Hong Kong Cinema . Eds. Esther M.K. Cheung, Gina Marchetti, and Esther C.M. Yau. Malden, M.A.: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2015. 71-88.

v Editor, 《再見亞洲:全球化時代的解構與重建》 (Re-Sighting Asia: Deconstruction and Reinvention in the Global Era). Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 2014.

v Excess and Masculinity in Asian Cultural Productions . Albany: the State University of New York Press, 2010.


Biography of Professor LO Kwai Cheung
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Dr. CHEUNG Chi Wai, Charles
張志偉博士

Associate Professor 副教授

Research areas:

Hong Kong Cultural Industries; Media Power; Digital Media; Popular Culture and Cultural Studies

Representative publications:

v 2016, Cheung, Chi Wai. Media Power in Hong Kong . London: Routledge.

v 2014, Cheung, Chi Wai. 'Negotiated discursive struggles in hyper-marketized and oligopolistic media system: the case of Hong Kong', in Gary D. Rawnsley & Ming-Yeh. Rawnsley (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media . London: Routledge.

v 2012. Ng, C.H., Cheung C.W., and Tsang, C.K. (eds.) Pop Hong Kong: Reading Hong Kong Popular Culture 2000- 2010 . HK: Hong Kong Educational Press.

v 2012.張志偉。〈全球化浪潮下 再閱讀日本動漫〉,載於吳俊雄、張志偉、曾仲堅(合編)(2012)《普普香港﹕閱讀香 港普及文化 2000-2010》。(上冊)香港:香港教育圖書。(English title: 'Re-reading Japanese manga in the age of globalization').

v 2012.張志偉。〈普及文化的活力轉移──網絡惡搞〉,載於吳俊雄、張志偉、曾仲堅(合編)(2012)《普普香港﹕閱讀 香港普及文化 2000-2010》。(上冊)香港:香港教育圖書。(English title: 'Shift of vitality in Hong Kong popular culture remix culture in the Internet').


Biography of Dr. Charles Cheung
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Dr. CHONG Pak Lei, Gladys
莊白莉博士

Assistant Professor 助理教授

Research areas:

Youth; Governmentality; Subjectivities; Space; Power-relations; Desire; Globalization; Resistance and Transgression; Home Interiors; Food Practices; Lifestyles and Taste; Gender; Subcultures; China Studies; Media and Technology

Representative publications:

v Chong, Gladys P. L. 2017. Chinese Subjectivities and the Beijing Olympics (Series: Critical Perspectives on Theory, Culture and Politics). London: Rowman and Littlefield.

v Chong, Gladys Pak-Lei, Jeroen de Kloet, and Guohua Zeng. 2016.Peoples Olympics? (Beijing 2008). In Surveilling and Securing the Olympics: From Tokyo to London 2012 and Beyond, edited by Vida Bajc, 319343. London: Palgrave /Macmillan.

v Chong, Gladys P. L. (2014)Driving the City: Taxi Drivers and the Tactics of Everyday Life in Beijing.Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 43 (4): 175 - 205.

v Chong, Gladys P. L. 2013.Chinese Bodies That Matter: The Search for Masculinity and Femininity.International Journal of the History of Sport 30 (3): 24266.

v Chong, Gladys P. L. 2013.Claiming the Past, Presenting the Present, Selling the Future: Imagining a New Beijing, Great Olympics.In Spectacle and the City Chinese Urbanities in Art and Popular Culture , edited by Jeroen de Kloet and Lena Scheen, 13555. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.


Biography of Dr. Gladys Chong
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Dr. CHOW Yiu Fai
周耀輝博士

Associate Professor 副教授

Research areas:

Creative Work; Gender; Queer; Diaspora; Sound and Music; Cultural Studies

Representative publications:

v Chow, Y.F. (2016). Hong Kong creative workers in mainland China: The aspirational, the precarious, the ethical. China Information. 31 (1): 43-62.

v Chow, Y.F., Van Wichelen, S. & De Kloet, J. (2015). Introduction: At home in Asia? Place-making, belonging and citizenship in the Asian Century. International Journal of Cultural Studies.

v Chow, Y. F. (2014). The inevitable III: Screens on screens, an artistic attempt. Situations 7(2): 87-104.Kuipers, G., Chow, Y. F. & van der Laan, E. (2014). Vogue and the possibility of cosmopolitics: Race, health and cosmopolitan engagement in the global beauty industry. Ethnic and Racial Studies . 37(12): 2158-2175.

v Chow, Y. F. (2014). Creative industries, showbiz and sexualized young women: The Hong Kong Book Fair. Communication, Culture and Critique.

v Chow, Y. F. & De Kloet, J. (2013). Sonic Multiplicities: Hong Kong Pop and the Global Circulation of Sound and Image . Bristol, Chicago: Intellect.


Biography of Dr. Chow Yiu Fai
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Dr. LEE Wai Sum, Amy
李慧心博士

Department Associate Head, Associate Professor 副系主任、副教授

Research areas:

Feminist Literary Studies; Gender Studies; Witchcraft in Literature; Emotional Literacy Education; Detective Fiction; Solitude and Meditation in Literature; Creative Media / Practice

Representative publications:

v "From 'Australian Whiteness' to Caribbean Self: Maryse Conde's Matrilineal Family Narrative of Identity Detection" in Reading/Speaking/Writing the Mother Text: Essays on Caribbean Women's Writing , ed. Paula Sanmartin and Cristina Herrera, Bradford: Demeter Press, 2015, pp. 100-118.

v "Emotional Literacy Education in a Hong Kong University: Reflection and Proposal" in Education Applications and Developments , ed. Mafalda Carmo. Lisboa, Portugal: InScience Press, 2015, pp. 248-255.

v "Fiction in the Chinese Mythical and Literary Traditions" in Fiction and Art: Explorations in Contemporary Theory, ed. By Ananta Ch. Sukla, London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2015.

v "The Problem that Has No Name': Love, Desire and Self at Post-middle Age in Love, Again (1996)" in Fragmented Societies: Feminism, Love and Identity in the Novels of Doris Lessing , ed. Ajit Kumar and Oran Ryan. Dehli: Authorspress, 2014.

v 2013, Lee, Amy WS. "Is the Cyborg Vampire the Future? Fusing the Historical and the New in the Humanities," The International Journal of Critical Cultural Studies , 10(4): 93-100.


Biography of Dr. Amy Lee
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Dr. WONG Kwok Kui
黃國鉅博士

Programme Director of Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Liberal and Cultural Studies and Associate Professor
通識及文化研究文學士(榮譽)學位課程主任、副教授

Research areas:

Nietzsche; Schelling; Hermeneutics; The Problem of Time and Poetics; Theatre Aesthetics

Representative publications:

v Forthcoming, Wong Kwok Kui, "Figuration of Time: Rhythm and Metaphor in Dramatic Language", in: N. de Warren & D. Moran ed. Contributions to Phenomenology, Springer.

v 2014年,黃國鉅,《尼采:從酒神到超人》,(香港:中華書局,2014) 395頁。

v 2013年,黃國鉅,〈時間問題與戲劇語言〉,《意象》, (北京:北京大學) ,第四期,頁167-180

v 2013年,黃國鉅,〈伽達瑪論詞語的構成〉《東吳哲學學報》,(台北:東吳大學哲學系 ),第二十九期,頁63-93

v 2012, Wong Kwok Kui, "Cassirer on the Syntax of Being", in: Philosophy Study Vol. 2, No. 10, David Publishing.


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Dr. KAM Yip Lo, Lucetta
金曄路博士

Assistant Professor 助理教授

Research areas:

Transnational Chinese Queer Studies, Chinese Lesbian Ethnography, Hong Kong Studies

Representative publications:

v 2015, Kam, Y. L. Lucetta. "Coming Home, Coming Out: Doing Fieldwork in an Unfamiliar Homeland". In Hongwei Bao and Elisabeth L. Engebretsen (ed.) Queer/Tongzhi China: Perspectives on Political Activism and Academic Theory in the People's Republic . Denmark: NIAS Press.

v 2014 , Kam, Y. L. Lucetta. "The Demand for a Normal Life: Marriage and Its Discontents in Contemporary China". In Mark McLelland and Vera Mackie (eds) Routledge Handbook of Sexuality Studies in East Asia . London and New York: Routledge.

v 2014, Kam, Y. L. Lucetta. "Desiring T, Desiring Self: 'T-Style' Pop Singers and Lesbian Culture in China". Heike Bauer and Churnjeet Mahn (eds) "Transnational Lesbian Cultures", a special issue of Journal of Lesbian Studies .

v 2013, Kam, Y. L. Lucetta. Shanghai Lalas: Female Tongzhi Communities and Politics in Urban China (Chinese edition, 2015) , Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press. (*A finalist of LGBT Studies category, Lambda Literary Awards 2014)

v 2011, Kam, Y. L. Lucetta.〈表面的微笑:上海拉拉的家庭政治〉("A Smile on the Surface: Family Politics of Lala Women in Shanghai"). In Liu Jen-peng and Ding Naifei (ed.) Querying Marriage-Family Continuum (《置疑婚姻家庭連續體》). Taipei: Shenlou.


Biography of Dr. Lucetta Kam
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Dr. TAM Dic Sze, Daisy
譚迪詩博士

Assistant Professor 助理教授

Research areas:

Cultural Studies; Critical Theory; Food security, Food Waste; Everyday Life Studies; Migrant Workers

Representative publications:

v (2017) Derridas Hospitality and Serres Parasitism: The Case of Hong Kong. In S. Chu, ed. The Humanities in Asia Hong Kong Culture and Society in the New Millennium, Vol. 4. Springer. P179-192

v (2016) Towards a Parasitic Ethics in Theory, Culture and Society London: Sage (33:4) p103-126.

v (2016) Little Manila: The Other Central of Hong Kong in Messy Urbanism University of Hong Kong Press p119-135.

v (2014) "The Hidden Market: The Alternative Borough Market" in Evers, C. & Seale K. (eds) Informal Urban Street Markets: International Perspectives New York: Routledge. p73-80.

v (2014) 〈不速之客 ? 香港的菲律賓人口〉in《再見亞洲 - 全球化時代的解構與重建》Hong Kong: Chinese University Press. p195-204.


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Dr. HO Kin Chung, Louis
何建宗博士

Research Assistant Professor 研究助理教授

Research areas:

Cultural Policy; Creative Labour; Creative Media/Practice; Cultural Studies; Visual Culture

Representative publications:

v ForthcomingHo, L.Toward Cultural Policy on Mobility: Reflections on a study of Hong Kong Working Holiday Scheme, in Cultural Studies Review .

v 2017Erni, J. & Ho, L.Happy Campers:All About Usand Self-representationin Erni, J. (ed) Visuality, Emotions, and Minority Culture: Feeling Ethnic . Heidelberg: Springer, 93-110.

v 2017Ho, L.Fromno cultural policytocentralised market orientation: The political economy of Hong Kong cultural policy (1997-2015), in Global Media and China , 1-17.

v 2016,何建宗,《文藝勞動:香港創作人的工作與日常》,香港:中華書局。

v 2011,何建宗,<香港(博物館)故事>,《香港本土論述 2010》,281-291


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