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Wei Lei is a scholar of media and communication studies. She earned her PhD at the University of Technology Sydney.
Erin Thomason is a psychological and cultural anthropologist. Her research interests primarily concern how communities create spaces of home, belonging, and care in the face of social change and rural development.
Dr. Liu studies the history of wooden construction and building technology, building archaeology (Bauforschung), and architectural anthropology.
Wu Guanda holds a PhD in Asian Literatures, Cultures, and Media from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
Vivien is a sociologist and qualitative researcher on urban studies. She received her PhD from the School of International Studies, University of Technology Sydney.
Amir's research has focused on young professionals in China who are studying public speaking and social skills.
Dr. Wei investigates how local governments and rural families adapt to socio-economic and political changes in the context of rapid peri-urbanization in China.
ZHOU Xingyue works on modern poetry and poetics in English and Portuguese and Sino-Western comparative poetics.
Dr. Wang's research interests include critical urban theories, critical planning studies, and China's great urban transformation.
Dr. Miao's research focuses on new media. He has published more than 40 papers in prestigious journals of communication and media studies.
Xiangnan XIONG studies history and theory of modern architecture and cities, particularly in Europe and the United States.