Dr Leung, Shuk Man 梁淑雯
Leung Shuk Man (PhD, SOAS, London, 2013) is an assistant professor of the School of Chinese and the School of Modern Languages and Cultures. Prior to joining HKU in 2018, Dr. Leung was initially a lecturer and then a senior lecturer in the Department of Chinese at Lingnan University and was an assistant professor in the Department of Chinese Culture at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, where she taught undergraduate and postgraduate courses in modern and contemporary Chinese literature, Hong Kong literature and media writing. She was also a visiting fellow at National Taiwan University in 2010. Dr. Leung has published in Chinese and English and co-translated The Cambridge History of Chinese Literature. Her research interests focus on 1) late Qing and modern Chinese literature; 2) Hong Kong literature and culture and 3) illness writing in contemporary Chinese Fiction. Her current research and publication projects include an ECS project on “Imagining a Hong Kong Identity: A Study of Chinese Cultural Revolution Discourse in Hong Kong Newspapers and Journals, 1966-1976” and a book project on late Qing utopian novels.
Dr. Leung’s undergraduate current course is CHIN 2172 Hong Kong Literature. She has also supervised MA, MPhil and PhD students in her areas of expertise.
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