Forthcoming Series: Hong Kong Culture and Literature


Series Editor: Howard Yuen Fung Choy, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong

This new series publishes substantial researches on Hong Kong through cultural and literary studies. It showcases original investigations of the methods and practices across a variety of fields, focusing on the core humanities such as cultural studies, comparative literature, linguistics, historiography, religion, anthropology, art, cinema and theater, but also welcomes contributions adopting culturally informed interdisciplinary approaches in health humanities, political science, sociology, ecology, etc. Possible topics include, but not limited to, East-West cultural interactions in Hong Kong, Hong Kong literature as Chinese and world literature, Cantonese as a linguistic identity, the colonial and postcolonial histories of Hong Kong, minorities in Hong Kong, Hong Kongers as a people, the art market in Hong Kong, the rise and fall of the Hong Kong film industry, Hong Kong theater as an Asian theater, the Umbrella and Water Revolutions, hybridity of the Hong Kong society, as well as environmental issues and medical problems. This English-language book series is directed at scholars, graduate and undergraduate students who study Hong Kong, China, or East Asia and, in particular, comparatists engaged in cultural and literary studies between the East and the West.

ISSN: 2666-9897

Editorial Board

  • Chris Berry, King's College London, UK
  • Alexa Alice Joubin, George Washington University, USA
  • Gregory Barry Lee, University of St Andrews, UK
  • Kwai Cheung Lo, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
  • Maurizio Marinelli, University of Sussex, UK
  • King-fai Tam, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
  • Jessica Yeung, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong