Photo overlooking Tai Po in Hong Kong's New Territories

The Interdisciplinary Workshop in Hong Kong Studies (IWHKS) offers Rackham graduate students, researchers, and faculty a critical a space to explore and discuss the growing body of scholarship centered around Hong Kong history, society, and culture, as well as critically define the emergence of “Hong Kong Studies” as a field. The group functions first and foremost as a reading group, relying on group discussions of work published in a variety of disciplines to flesh out a shared sense of what a Hong Kong studies “canon” might look like. Additionally, the IWHKS invites virtual participation from scholars and students at other institutions, helping build a network among diverse scholars who share an interest in Hong Kong studies.

If you are interested in joining one of our meetings, please reach out at hkstudies-requests@umich.edu

This workshop was made possible by the Rackham Interdisciplinary Workshop program of Rackham Graduate School at the University of Michigan.

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