Cross-Strait relations, Taiwanese elections, political communications, parties, political behaviour.
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.
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.
Buddhism in the contemporary PRC and ROC; Chinese religious history and inter-religious dialogue
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.
Mediated cultural politics in a transnational Chinese context, including gay identity and queer politics, social media and community media, and film and filmmaking.
Institute of Asia and Pacific StudiesUniversity of NottinghamUniversity Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD
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