Founder of the Centre of Taiwan Studies
China’s economic development in the 20th and 21st centuries (especially agricultural and rural change, demographic and employment issues, consumption and living standards); evolution of ‘Greater China’; economic development of Taiwan and cross-Strait economic relations
Tel: 020 7898 4525 Email: email@example.com Room: 267 Office Hours: By appointment
Director of the Centre of Taiwan Studies
Contemporary Taiwanese Politics: Elections, Parties, Democratization
Tel: 020 7898 4206 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Room: 209 Office Hours: Wednesdays 2- 4
Deputy Director (Center of Taiwan Studies)
Cultural politics; identity politics; spatial construction and cartographic representation; nationalism in Taiwan.
Tel: 020 7898 4508 Email: email@example.com Room: 267 Office Hours: Wednesday 1:30 -2:30 (or by appointment)
Senior Teaching Fellow
My principal research interests lie in unravelling the presuppositions of cultural discourse. For example, how do different individuals variously imagine and construct the effects of media on society?
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Room: 367 Office Hours: Monday 11:00 - 12:00, Tuesday 11:00 - 12:00
Classical Chinese philology, rhetoric, philosophy and literature; the history of Sinology in Europe; reception of the canon with specific reference to the Analects
Tel: +44(0) 20 7898 4218 Email: email@example.com Room: 398 Office Hours: Tuesdays 12-1pm
Laws of China and Taiwan; Comparative Constitutional Law; Human Rights in Asia; Law and Visual Culture; Legal History
Tel: +44 (0)207 898 4645 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Room: S327 Office Hours: Monday 14:00-16:00 (Term 1); 13:00-15:00 (Term 2)
Tel: 020 7898 4525 Email: email@example.com Room: 267 Office Hours: Fridays 3-5pm or by email appointment
Sociology of knowledge, area studies, construction of academic fields, nation building and identity politics
Current position: Lecturer in East Asian Studies, School of Language and Area Studies, University of Portsmouth
History of UK-Taiwan relations
Professorial Research Associate
An annual visitor to Taiwan since 1994, and a full professor at one of its universities, I am fully engaged with research on key aspects of Taiwanese history, especially in the 19th and 20th centuries, with particular focus on the indigenous east and its economic and cultural relations with western Taiwan, its historical relations with China, Japan and the West, and interactions between cultural, social and economic changes.
A specialist in Chinese-language cinema (in particular Taiwan cinema) and the media and democratization in Taiwan
Taiwan. Anthropology of education. Faith communities in Britain.
Former Visiting Scholar
Former Visiting Scholar
class and ethnicity in migration, gendered migration