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Wei LEI

Wei Lei is a scholar of media and communication studies. She earned her PhD at the University of Technology Sydney.

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Erin Thomason

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.

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Yan LIU

Dr. Liu studies the history of wooden construction and building technology, building archaeology (Bauforschung), and architectural anthropology.

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Guanda WU

Wu Guanda holds a PhD in Asian Literatures, Cultures, and Media from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.

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Wai-wan Vivien CHAN

Vivien is a sociologist and qualitative researcher on urban studies. She received her PhD from the School of International Studies, University of Technology Sydney.

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Amir Hampel

Amir's research has focused on young professionals in China who are studying public speaking and social skills.

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Xueji WEI

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.

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Xingyue ZHOU

ZHOU Xingyue works on modern poetry and poetics in English and Portuguese and Sino-Western comparative poetics.

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Lili WANG

Dr. Wang's research interests include critical urban theories, critical planning studies, and China's great urban transformation.

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Weishan MIAO

Dr. Miao's research focuses on new media. He has published more than 40 papers in prestigious journals of communication and media studies.

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Xiangnan XIONG

Xiangnan XIONG studies history and theory of modern architecture and cities, particularly in Europe and the United States.