As a context-specific project, Cultural Studies in Hong Kong takes shape within a set of frameworks defined by the post-colony’s proximity to the dynamic social and cultural changes in mainland China, as well as the accessible networks linking it to parallel developments in the Asia-Pacific region, where humanities education, cultural economy, and cultural citizenship all encounter new challenges under neo-liberalism.
|Title of host publication||Creativity and academic activism: instituting cultural studies|
|Publisher||Duke University Press|
|Number of pages||20|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2012|
CHAN, C. K. S. (2012). Doing cultural studies : Critique, pedagogy, and the pragmatics of cultural education in Hong Kong. In Creativity and academic activism: instituting cultural studies (pp. 105-124). Duke University Press.