SOAS University of London

Department of Politics and International Studies

Christina Maags

  • Overview
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Overview

Christina Maags
Department of Politics and International Studies

Co-convenor - MSc Politics of China

Name:
Dr Christina Maags
Email address:
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7898 4746
Address:
SOAS University of London
Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
Building:
Russell Square: College Buildings
Office No:
207
Academic Support Hours:
Tuesdays, 1.00 - 3.00pm

Biography

Christina Maags is Lecturer in Chinese Politics. Prior to joining SOAS, she completed a PhD in Political Science at the University of Frankfurt, Germany (2017) and studied in Oxford, Frankfurt and Bonn. Moreover she has been a visiting fellow at the Australian National University. Her research interests include state-society relations, multi-level governance, local policy implementation as well as policy transfers and experimentation in the People’s Republic of China. Using these analytical frameworks as a lens, she has particularly conducted research on cultural heritage politics and the politics of demographic ageing in contemporary China.

Teaching

Research

Dr. Maags’ research interests include state-society relations, multi-level governance, local policy implementation as well as policy transfers and experimentation in the People’s Republic of China. Using these analytical frameworks as a lens, she has particularly conducted research on cultural heritage politics and the politics of demographic ageing in contemporary China.

Publications

Articles

Maags, Christina (2018) 'Disseminating the Policy Narrative of ‘Heritage under Threat’ in China'. International Journal of Cultural Policy.

Edited Books or Journals

Maags, Christina and Svensson, Marina, (eds.), (2018) Chinese Cultural Heritage in the Making: Experiences, Negotiations and Contestations. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. [Forthcoming]

Book Chapters

Maags, Christina and Trifu, Ioan (2018) 'Protecting the Weak? Tracing UNESCO’s Influence on Intangible Cultural Heritage Regimes in Japan and China'. In: Amelung, Iwo and Bälz, Moritz and Holbig, Heike and Schumann, Matthias and Storz, Cornelia, (eds.), Protecting the Weak in East Asia. Abingdon; New York: Routledge.

 

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