Dr. Liu Chun Department of Government and Public Administration - CUHK

Dr. LIU Chun

Tutor and Programme Manager of MSSc in Government and Politics (Greater China)

BSSc., (Shenzhen); MPhil (Sun Yat-Sen); PhD (CUHK)

Liu Chun Brenda studied political theory in Sun Yat-Sen University and then political science in the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), where she received her doctoral degree. She graduated from the Jones Hopkins University-Nanjing University Center for Chinese and American Studies (HNC) in 2001. She was a Visiting Fellow of EHESS (Paris) and Harvard-Yenching Institute (2008-09). Liu is currently the Programme Manager for MSSc in Government and Politics (Greater China), CUHK. Her teaching interests include state-society relations, contentious politics and intellectual history in contemporary China.
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  Research and Teaching Interests:
  • State-society relations
  • Contentious politics
  • Intellectual history in contemporary China
LIU Chun. 2012. “Unpacking reconciliation: cultural dynamics in a public controversy in Shenzhen” in Isabelle Thireau ed. DE PROCHE EN PROCHE: Ethnographie des forms d’association en Chine Contemporaine. by Peter Lang AG (Bern)
LIU Chun. 2008. “How does morality evaluate public works? Justifications in a community-based environmental dispute in Shenzhen” Chinese Sociology and Anthropology, vol. 40, no. 2, Winter 2007-8, pp. 35-64. M.E. Sharpe (New York)