Mediated cultural politics in a transnational Chinese context, including gay identity and queer politics, social media and community media, and film and filmmaking.
Identity politics; disability and welfare; gender and sexuality, pre-modern and modern Chinese speaking societies and cultures; Chinese language film, literature and life writing; late-imperial women's culture and fashion; teaching Chinese as a foreign language; distance learning.
The role of individuals, organisations and networks in social and political development processes in the Greater China region; Social and political activism in China; civil society building in China; China engagement strategies; political history of Taiwan.
Social movement organisations, critical leadership studies, organisational learning, poststructuralism, management learning and knowledge management.
Political economy of institutions, comparative public policy and management, and research methods and experimental research.
Buddhism in the contemporary PRC and ROC; Chinese religious history and inter-religious dialogue.
Cross-Strait relations, Taiwanese elections, political communications, parties, political behaviour.
Republican Chinese propaganda and personality cults (eg Chiang Kai-shek); Sinophone media and popular culture in Cold War East and Southeast Asia; maritime and port heritage in the Chinese-speaking world; Japanese colonial rule in Taiwan.
Stephen Timmons is Professor of Health Services Management and Director of the Centre for Health Innovation, Leadership & Learning, Nottingham University Business School. His research interests include implementation and innovation in health care, as well as the health care workforce
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