Prof. John Nguyet Erni
冯汉柱基金全人教育讲座教授, 讲座教授, 人文及创作系
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B.A. (Whitworth), M.A. (U. of Oregon), LL.M. (HKU), Ph.D. (U. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
International and Asia-based media and cultural studies; human rights philosophy, ethics and politics; gender and sexuality studies related to media and visual culture; youth studies in transnational contexts; cultural politics of race/ethnicity/migration; critical public health studies.
Cultural Studies; Media Studies; Gender and Sexuality Studies; Youth Studies; Cultural politics of race/ethnicity/migration; Critical human rights studies
Taught previously at:
Lingnan University, Hong Kong
City University of Hong Kong
University of New Hampshire, USA
University of Wisconsin at River Falls, USA
1. Erni, John N. & Striphas, Ted (Special Issue Editors) (2021, May). Special issue on “The Cultural Politics of COVID-19,” Cultural Studies, 35(2-3).
2. Erni, John N. (2019). Law and Cultural Studies: A Critical Rearticulation of Human Rights. New York & London: Routledge. 232 pages. Refereed.
3. Erni, John N. (Ed.) (2017). Visuality, Emotions, and Minority Culture: Feeling Ethnic. Heidelberg: Springer. In the “Humanities in Asia” series. 164 pages. Refereed.
4. Erni, John N. and Leung, Lisa (2014). Understanding South Asian Minorities in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press. 237 pages. Refereed.
* Translated into Chinese edition, published by Chung Hwa Publishing, 2016.
陳錦榮, 梁旭明《認識香港南亞少數族裔》香港：中華書局(香港)有限公司, 2016. 273 pages.
5. Erni, John N. (Ed.) (2011). Cultural Studies of Rights: Critical Articulations. New York & London: Routledge. 136 pages. Refereed.
6. Abbas, Ackbar & Erni, John N. (Eds.) (2005). Internationalizing Cultural Studies: An Anthology. Oxford, UK; Malden, Mass.; Victoria, Australia: Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 685 pages. Refereed.
* Translated into Chinese edition, published by Peking University Press, June 2006.
2020-2021 Principal Investigator, “Human Rights Museums in the Transpacific: A Comparative Study of Cultural Institutions for the Histories of Difference and Resistance,” RGC Humanities and Social Sciences Prestigious Fellowship Scheme (Project no. 32001019) (1/1/20 – 31/12/20)
2019-2020 Principal Investigator, “A Cultural Study of Volunteer Traveling, Transnational Civic Participation and Youth Idealism: The Case of Voltra,” RGC GRF (Project no.: 12667618) (1/1/19 – 31/12/20)
2018-2020 Principal Investigator, “Transpacific Cultural Studies of Gender, Migration, and Rights,” Graduate School Multi-site Interdisciplinary Research Grant (Project no. 36-16-009), Hong Kong Baptist University (1/1/2018 – 31/12/2019; extended to 31/12/2020)