Dr. Loretta KIM金由美
Dr. LI Ji李纪
Dr. WANG Liping 王利平
Dr. Jiangnan ZHU 朱江南

  Dr. Loretta KIM金由美
An American of Korean ancestry, Loretta Kim completed her doctoral studies in History at Harvard University and is assistant professor and coordinator of the China Studies program (Arts stream) at the University of Hong Kong School of Modern Languages and Cultures. Her primary research areas include Ming-Qing history, comparative research of borderlands, and Chinese ethnic minority languages and literatures. Key projects in progress include a sociocultural and environmental history of Sino-Russian relations in Northeast China from the seventeenth through nineteenth centuries. Representative publications include: “A Garrison in Time Saves Nine: Frontier Administration and ‘Drawing In’ the Yafahan Orochen in Late Qing Heilongjiang” (Journal of Chinese Military History 4 (2015): 44-79); “Saints for Shamans?: Culture, Religion and Borderland Politics in Amuria from the Seventeenth to Nineteenth Centuries” (Central Asiatic Journal 56 (2014): 169-202); “Uncovering a Minor Arcanum: a Sequential Translation of a Manchu-Language Document” (Translation Quarterly 68 (2013): 1-34).金由美, 美籍韓國人,哈佛大學史學博士,現為香港大學現代語言及文化學院助理教授兼中國研究課程(人文學科專業)主任。主要研究領域包括中國明清史、邊疆比較研究、以及中國少數民族語言及文學。目前的研究項目是清代東北地區中俄文化交流以及十七至十九世紀黑龍江流域的社會文化和環境史。代表著作為:: “A Garrison in Time Saves Nine: Frontier Administration and ‘Drawing In’ the Yafahan Orochen in Late Qing Heilongjiang” (Journal of Chinese Military History 4 (2015): 44-79); “Saints for Shamans?: Culture, Religion and Borderland Politics in Amuria from the Seventeenth to Nineteenth Centuries” (Central Asiatic Journal 56 (2014): 169-202); “Uncovering a Minor Arcanum: a Sequential Translation of a Manchu-Language Document” (Translation Quarterly 68 (2013): 1-34).
  Dr. LI Ji李纪
Born in Chongqing, China, Ji Li is a historian trained in three countries – China (B.A. and M.A. at Peking University), USA (Ph.D. at The University of Michigan) and France (Chateaubriand Scholar at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales). She is currently a joint Assistant Professor at the School of Modern Languages and Cultures (China Studies) and the Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences (HKIHSS) at The University of Hong Kong. Her research areas center on the social, cultural, and religious history of late imperial and modern China. Her first book, God’s Little Daughters: Catholic Women in Nineteenth-Century Manchuria, was published by the University of Washington Press in 2015. She is currently working on her second book about a multi-generational Catholic village in northeast China, and a new research project on religion and local history in Chongqing, both supported by Hong Kong Research Grants Council (GRF/ECS).

李纪 美國密歇根大學歷史系博士,北京大學歷史系歷史學學士及碩士。讀博期間,曾獲密歇根大學優秀亞裔女性獎學金Barbour Scholarship,並於2007-08年獲法國政府獎學金,作為夏多布里昂學者(Chateaubriand Scholar)訪問巴黎法國高等社會科學研究院(EHESS)。現為香港大學現代語言文化學院及香港大學香港人文社會研究所助理教授,上海交通大學中國東北歷史社會研究所研究員。主要研究領域包括明清以來中國社會史、基督教史、女性史及中西文化交流史。曾發表多篇中英文論文,英文專著God’s Little Daughters: Catholic Woman in Nineteenth-Century Manchuria於2015年由美國華盛頓大學出版社出版。目前正在撰寫第二本英文專著“宗教與地方社會:一個東北天主教村莊的社會史”,并正著手新的研究項目“現代中國的信仰與城市空間:江北城的宗教與地方歷史”。兩個課題分別獲得香港政府大學教育資助委員會(UGC)優配研究金(GRF)及傑出青年學者計劃(ECS)立項研究基金.

  Dr. WANG Liping 王利平
Dr Wang earned her PhD degree in Sociology from the University of Chicago. Her dissertation, ‘Ethnicizing the Frontier: Imperial Transformation and Ethnic Confrontations in China-Inner Mongolia, 1890s-1930s’, was completed in 2013. She is now turning this into a book manuscript. The volume examines forms and causes of Mongol-Han confrontation in Inner Mongolia during the Chinese imperial transition, and questions general theories of empire to nation transition in an historical examination of the Chinese case. Her alternative approach focuses on the maintenance and dissolution of the relations that sustained crosscutting identities on the frontier.

In addition, Wang has also been working on transnational movement of knowledge in modern academic disciplines, the indigenization of that knowledge, and the creation of a knowledge regime dealing with ethnicity in Republican China (1912-1949).

She is now embarking on a project that compares patterns of luxury trade binding various frontiers to the Chinese imperial center in the 17th century. Her future research includes a comparative study of how elites mediated minority politics under the Qing and how they do so in contemporary China. These studies uncover path dependence that links contemporary Chinese society to its imperial legacies and the dramatic transformations it underwent throughout the long 20th century.

Her research has been published in The American Journal of Sociology, Comparative Studies in Society and History, and The Annals: The American Academy of Political and Social Sciences.

Before joining the University of Hong Kong, she was Harper-Schmidt Fellow in the Society of Fellows at the University of Chicago. She was visiting assistant professor at Haverford College in 2013-2014.

  Dr. Jiangnan ZHU 朱江南
Dr. Jiangnan Zhu (zhujn@hku.hk) is Associate Professor of Department of Politics and Public Administration and Coordinator of Contemporary China Studies of Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Hong Kong. She got bachelor degrees of International Relations and Economics from Peking University, M.S. of Mathematical Models of Social Sciences and Ph. D of Political Science from Northwestern University. Before joining University of Hong Kong, she was an Assistant Professor at University of Nevada, Reno. Her primary research interest lies in Chinese political economy, especially the politics of corruption and anticorruption. She has published a series of research in leading journals, such as Comparative Political Studies, Governance, Public Administration Review, Journal of Happiness Studies, Journal of Contemporary China, Journal of East Asian Studies, Crime, Law, and Social Changes, and so on. For more of her research, please visit: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jiangnan_Zhu

朱江南博士是香港大学政治与公共行政学系副教授,社会科学学院当代中国研究项目负责人、博士生导师此前就职于美国内华达州立大学雷诺分校(University of Nevada, Reno)。 她于北京大学获得国际关系和经济学双学士,美国西北大学取得社会科学数模硕士、政治学博士。她对中国的廉政建设与治理有多年研究,学术发表出现在多个高影响因子学术期刊,如Comparative Political Studies, Governance, Public Administration Review, Journal of Happiness Studies,《经济社会体质比较》,《复旦公共行政评论》等, 并为多家著名学术期刊担任评审,包括American Journal of Political Science。她获邀成为国际透明组织专家网络成员,并且获得过多个校内外科研资助,包括香港的大学资助委员会的优配研究金.