Dr Yang, Lili 楊力藶
I am an assistant professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of Hong Kong. Prior to that, I was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Oxford, where I received my DPhil (PhD) in education. I am also a researcher affiliated with the Centre for Global Higher education, headquartered at the University of Oxford.
I have a strong interest in Eastern-Western comparison in higher education. In the context of Western epistemic hegemony and global knowledge asymmetries, I ask questions of how to integrate local knowledges into the knowledge systems at local and global levels, especially how to traverse Chinese traditional and Western knowledges in research. In this process, I also draw on traditional Chinese ideas and thoughts to discuss contemporary higher education issues. In addition, I conduct research on global science, with special attention to epistemic equity and justice in the global science system. More broadly, my interests include higher education, comparative education, and educational and political philosophy.
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