Network for Research into Chinese Education Mobilities (NRCEM)

Dear colleagues,

Following our recent successful Sociological Review Seminar Series on ‘A Sociology of Contemporary Chinese Mobilities: Educating China on the Move‘, I have set up the Network for Research into Chinese Education Mobilities (NRCEM). The purpose of this research network is to continue developing the ideas and dialogues we have had during the seminar series into publications, network events and funding applications. More specifically, this network hopes to serve as a platform for us to showcase our cutting-edge research into any aspect of Chinese education mobilities, as well as forming research project teams to embark on exciting new research journeys.
Upcoming events:
1) Currently we are inviting contributions (800-1,200 words reports of latest publications / projects / events) to the ‘Research Highlights‘ section of the Network.
2) We are also recruiting committee members. If you are keen to be involved in one of our teams below, please send an email to chineseedmobilities@outlook.com with the subject line of ‘Committee members’ and state 1) your interested team and 2) what you can do to contribute to that particular team.

Teams:

  1. Events (Organising Networking Events, including seminars, conferences and webminars, etc)
  2. Publications (Managing ‘Research Highlights’ section; supporting publications of special journal issues, etc)
  3. Social Media (Managing Social Media Accounts, including TwitterFacebook and this Webpage, etc)
  4. Funding (Coordinating and supporting funding application activities)
  5. Membership (Managing membership recruitment, answer member inquiries and coordinating member welfare)
3) Network Launch Webminar: Stay tuned for our Network Launch Webminar, scheduled for May 2018! If you are interested in presenting a paper at the Webminar, please send an email to chineseedmobilities@outlook.com
 
Membership

If you wish to become a member and receive further updates of this network, please kindly email chineseedmobilities@outlook.com.
For more details of the network, please visit here.
Best wishes,
Cora
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Cora Lingling Xu, PhD (Cambridge)
Lecturer in Education
Exam and Media Officer for Education
Room CBA1.061
Chancellor’s Building
Keele University
ST5 5BG
Editorial Team Member of on_education: Journal for Research and Debate (Twitter @OnEd_Journal)
Latest articles:
Xu, C. L. (2017). Transborder habitus in a within-country mobility context: A Bourdieusian analysis of mainland Chinese students in Hong Kong. The Sociological Review, 1-17. doi: 10.1177/0038026117732669
Xu, C. L. (2017). Mainland Chinese students at an elite Hong Kong university: Habitus-field disjuncture in a transborder context. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 38(5), 610-624. doi: 10.1080/01425692.2016.1158642

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