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The School of Modern Languages and Cultures has an active research culture that draws Faculty and Graduate Students into collaborative projects.

Our key research interests are in the cultural, anthropological, political, philosophical, historical and literary aspects of diverse countries in Europe, Asia and the Americas.

We explore the ancient, modern and contemporary contexts of social and cultural change around the globe and publish our research in diverse languages of the world.

This breadth of regions, languages, cultures and disciplines is the foundation of the School’s research strength in interdisciplinary and comparative research projects.

 
The School of Modern Languages and Cultures has:
a vibrant research seminar series (all welcome) that operates during university semesters on Wednesday afternoons 4.30-6.00 pm.
an active research mentoring program for HKU academic colleagues and graduate students.
regular international conferences and workshops.
faculty with publications in top academic journals and with prestigious publishing houses


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Global Connections

SMLC Book Series with Hong Kong University Press

Series Editor: Dixon H. W. Wong

The Global Connections series explores the movement of ideas, people, technologies, capital and goods across national and regional borders. Books in the series reveal how these interconnections have the power to produce new global forms of cultures, politics, identities and economies. Seeking to explore the dynamics of change, the series includes both historical and contemporary topics. It focuses on interactions between the world's diverse cultures through the production of new interdisciplinary knowledge.

Global Connections welcomes submissions to the series from authors working on sole authored or edited volumes. The series has published in Chinese and English at this point but welcomes authors working in other languages as well.

Contact the Editor, Dixon Wong in the first instance to discuss your proposal.


- American Studies
- European Studies
- China Studies
- European Studies
- Global Creative Industries
- Hong Kong Studies
- Japanese Studies
- Korean Studies

 
African Studies
American Studies
China Studies
European Studies
Global Creative Industries
Hong Kong Studies
Japan Studies
Korean Studies
   
Arabic Programme
French Programme
German Programme
Greek Programme
Italian Programme
Japanese Programme
Korean Programme
Portuguese Programme
Spanish Programme
Swedish Programme
Thai Programme
   
     
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