Dr Li, Ji 李紀
Dr. Li is a joint Assistant Professor in China Studies and HKIHSS. She is trained as a historian 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). Her research areas center on the social, cultural, and religious history of late imperial and modern China, with a particular emphasis on the transnational and cross-cultural studies between China and France.
Dr. Li is currently working on her second book about a multi-generational Catholic village in northeast China, supported by General Research Fund from the Research Grants Council. Tentatively entitled “Making Religion, Making Local Society”, the project seeks to illuminate a set of issues on religious immigrants and local elites, place-making and identity construction, as well as state building and local society in modern China.
|Area of Expertise (EN)||Area of Expertise (ZH)|
|Social and religious history of late imperial and modern China|
|Late imperial and modern China||晚清及中國近現代史|
|History of women and gender||婦女史及性別研究|
|History of women and gender|
|History of religion and Christianity in China||宗教史及基督教在中國|
|History of culture, literacy and education||文化史及教育史|
|History of Christianity in China|
|Comparative history of China and France||中法比較史|
|Spoken Language(s) (EN)||Spoken Language(s) (ZH)|
|Putonghua, English, French||普通話、英語、法語|
|Written Language(s) (EN)||Written Language(s) (ZH)|
|English, Chinese, French||英文、中文、法文|
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