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Prof. CHU Yiu Wai Stephen 朱耀偉教授

Chinese Language and Literature Programme

Professor & UG Programme Coordinator of HKGS

BA (CUHK), MA (SFSU), PhD (CUHK)

852-39172901

852-28581334

Rm 815, Run Run Shaw Tower, Centennial Campus, HKU

Cantopop, Globalization, Hong Kong Cinema, Hong Kong Culture, Hong Kong Studies, Postcolonial Theories

朱耀偉,香港大學香港研究課程教授及總監,香港人文學院院士。在2013年加入香港大學之前,曾於香港浸會大學中文系及人文學課程任教逾二十年,爲人文及創作系創系主任。研究範圍包括香港文化、全球化及後殖民論述,著有專書三十餘種,論文散見Tamkang Review, Tsing-hua Journal of Chinese Studies, Social and Legal Studies, International Journal of the Sociology of Law, Social Analysis: The International Journal of Cultural and Social Practice, boundary 2Visual Anthropology, Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, Popular Music, International Journal of Cultural Studies, Journal of Chinese Cinemas, Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies 及 Global Media and China等期刊。他是Brill 出版社“Hong Kong Studies: Humanities Perspectives, Global Dialogues” 、中華書局 “文化香港”及“香港詞人”叢書編輯,亦爲《南華早報》和信和集團合辦「香港精神獎」(文化; 2019)得主。

 

Stephen Yiu-Wai CHU is Professor and Director of Hong Kong Studies Programme, The University of Hong Kong, and Fellow of the Hong Kong Academy of Humanities. Before joining The University of Hong Kong in 2013, he had taught at the Department of Chinese and Humanities Programme of Hong Kong Baptist University for more than 20 years. He was also the founding Head of the Department of Humanities and Creative Writing of Hong Kong Baptist University. His research focuses on postcolonialism, globalization and Hong Kong culture. He has published more than 30 books and 50 academic essays, which can be found in journals including, among others, Tamkang Review, Tsing-hua Journal of Chinese Studies, Social and Legal Studies, International Journal of the Sociology of Law, Social Analysis: The International Journal of Cultural and Social Practice, boundary 2Visual Anthropology, Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, Popular Music, International Journal of Cultural Studies, Journal of Chinese Cinemas, Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies and Global Media and China. He is also the chief editor of the “Hong Kong Studies: Humanities Perspectives, Global Dialogues” series published by Brill, and two Chinese-language book series on Hong Kong – “Cultural Hong Kong” and “Hong Kong Popular Lyricists” – published by Chung Hwa Book Company. In recognition of his contribution to the promotion of Hong Kong culture and Cantopop, the South China Morning Post presented him the Spirit of Hong Kong Award (Culture) in 2019.