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HONG KONG BAPTIST UNIVERSITY

Hong Kong Baptist University has committed to academic excellence and the development of the whole person, and has gained a reputation as one of Asia’s finest institutions of higher learning.

 

FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

The Faculty of Social Sciences is the largest faculty in the Hong Kong Baptist University in terms of number of departments, teaching staff and students. The Faculty is committed to nurturing student personal, intellectual and professional development with a liberal arts education. We also share a passion to inspire students to be creative and fulfilled builders of a fair global society and a strong University for the region.

DAVID C. LAM INSTITUTE FOR

EAST-WEST STUDIES

LEWI was established in 1993 with the aim to foster inter-disciplinary social science and humanities research and cultivate collaborative scholarship between the East and the West. Over the years LEWI has made strenuous efforts in performing and reconciling its dual roles as an international consortium of universities and a university-wide research unit.

PEOPLE
 
PROGRAMME DIRECTOR
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Associate Professor 

Department of Government and International Studies

RENOWNED SCHOLARS
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PROF. ALISTAIR COLE

DPhil (oxon), Oxford University, UK

Head & Professor,

Department of Government and International Studies

Research Funding and Focus:

​Alistair Cole has a proven record in obtaining research funding, with 6 grants in last ten years (from the ESRC, AHRC, British Academy, the Leverhulme Trust, PALSE-IDEX-ANR and as part of a European Commission Jean Monnet network). Funded projects in the past decade have clustered around questions of trust, transparency, convergence and transfer, each involving conceptualisation in a multi-level and/or transnational context. He will continue to work on these questions that are key to understanding comparative forms of regional integration; intra- and inter-state relationships, civil society and the changing bases of political legitimacy.

PROF. JEAN-PIERRE CABESTAN

Doctorat d'Etat en Droit, Pantheon-Sorbonne University (Paris I)

Professor,

Department of Government and International Studies

Research Interests:

  • Chinese Politics

  • Chinese Law and Institutions

  • Chinese Foreign and Security Policy

  • Relations across the Taiwan Strait

  • Taiwan Politics

TEACHING TEAM

PROF. CHU YIN WAH

Ph.D. University of California, Davis, USA

Associate Professor,

Department of Sociology

DR. KRZYSZTOF SLIWINSKI

Ph.D. Warsaw University, Poland

Associate Professor,

Department of Government & International Studies

DR. BARBER, LACHLAN B.

Ph.D. British Columbia, Canada

Assistant Professor,

Department of Geography

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DR. KANG YI

Ph.D., Yale University, USA

Assistant Professor, 

Department of Government & International Studies

DR. YANG XI

Ph.D. University of Hong Kong

Teaching staff,

David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies

DR. RAYMOND KWUN-SUN LAU

Ph.D., University of Queensland, Australia

Lecturer II,

Department of History

DR. CHOU KWOK PING, BILL

Ph.D. University of Hong Kong

Part-time teaching staff,

Department of Government & International Studies

DR. PETER QIU

Ph.D. Eberhad-Karls-University Tuebingen, Germany

Part-time teaching staff,

David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies

DR. TOBIAS ZUSER

Ph.D. Hong Kong Baptist University

Part-time teaching staff,

David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies

 

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