The Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences is pleased to have received a generous donation from Dr. Sin Wai-Kin in support of the Institute’s initiatives. Our agenda is to explore China’s global engagements and a dynamic Asia with humanist priorities. Initially, the Sin Wai-Kin Junior Program will run for six years from the academic year of 2011 – 2012.
The Program aims to provide funding and academic support for the following categories of candidates:
The Selection Committee comprises the Director of the Institute, the Chairperson of the Executive Committee of the Institute and a co-opted member. It solicits and receives nominations, reviews supporting materials, and awards fellowship to fellows. Decisions will be based on consultation with relevant colleagues worldwide and on the availability of funds.
The fellowship of a Sin Wai-Kin Junior Fellow will be made for 12 months or less. Extension will be subject to the approval of the Selection Committee.
|Name||Project (Award Year)|
|George Bayuga||Infrastructures of Faith: Catholics Channels Across the South China Sea (2016)|
|Cheris S. C. Chan||An Institutional Approach to Understand Doctor-Patient Conflicts in China (2017)|
|Max Hirsh||Building “Eurasian” Infrastructure: Chinese Capital and Transport Technology in Scandinavia (2018)|
|Li Ji||Rethinking indigenization and Christianity in China: Alfred Marie Caubrière (1876 – 1848) and his private writings in early twentieth-century Manchuria (2017)|
|Christine Luk||Narrating Hong Kong-China Relationship through the Prism of Physiology: Robert Kho-Seng Lim, Te Pei Feng, and Beyond (2016)|
|Loretta Kim||Evolution and Present Practices of Russian Orthodox Christianity in Hong Kong (2016)|
|Till Mostowlansky||Building Difference: Early Attempts at Materially Connecting and Dividing Colonial Badakhshan (2017)|
|David A. Palmer||Redemptive Societies, Modern Religious, Universalism and Ethnicity in Southeast Asia: Initial Phase of Research (2012)|
|Nina Sylvanus||Harboring the Future: The Togolese Techno-Port, Governance, and Global Economics in West Africa (2018)|
|Dorothy Tang||From Low Carbon Cities to Sponge Cities: Mapping the Landscapes of Climate Change Governance in Shanghai (2017)|
|Daniel Trambaiolo||Visual and Tactile Knowledge of the Human Body in Early Modern Japan (2016)|
|John Wong||Charting a New Course in the Skies: Air Travel in Postwar Hong Kong in a Comparative Framework (2016)|