Jenny Chan

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陳慧玲 (Jenny Chan)

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Hong Kong SAR China

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Labor,

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State,

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China,

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Ethnography,

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Gender,

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Migration,

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Global capitalism,

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Socialism

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Dr Jenny Chan PolyU

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wlchan_cuhk@yahoo.com

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Scopus Author ID: 55682540900

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Biography

Jenny Chan 陳慧玲 (Ph.D. 2014) is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the Department of Applied Social Sciences, and a Management Committee Member of China Research and Development Network, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Prior to joining the PolyU, she was a Lecturer of Sociology and taught on the MSc in Contemporary China Studies (2014-2016) at the School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies, University of Oxford. Educated at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (B.S.Sc. in Sociology) and the University of Hong Kong (M.Phil. in Sociology), she was a Reid Research Scholar while pursuing her Ph.D. at the University of London. Jenny serves as an elected Board Member of the International Sociological Association's Research Committee on Labor Movements (2014-2018), Editor of the Global Labour Journal (2015-2018), and Contributing Editor of the Asia-Pacific Journal (2015-present). Dying for an iPhone is Jenny's co-authored book, written with Ngai Pun and Mark Selden (forthcoming, Rowman & Littlefield). In 2015, she published La machine est ton seigneur et ton maître [The Machine is Your Lord and Your Master], co-authored with Yang and Xu Lizhi. Her recent articles have appeared in Current Sociology, Modern China, Rural China, Critical Asian Studies, Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, Asian Studies (Official Journal of the Hong Kong Association of Asian Studies), Globalizations, Human Relations, Global Labour Journal, The Asia-Pacific Journal, The South Atlantic Quarterly, New Labor Forum, New Technology, Work and Employment (NTWE), and Zhongguo Xiangcun Yanjiu《中国乡村研究》, among other journals and edited volumes. Her major publications, written in Chinese and English, have been translated into French, German, Spanish, Italian, and Polish. In 2013 Jenny received the Great Britain-China Educational Award. In 2015, she held a three-year Junior Research Fellowship at Kellogg College, University of Oxford. In 2016, she received a grant from the John Fell Oxford University Press (OUP) Research Fund for her project entitled "Learning for Jobs: Internship, Vocational Education, and the Law in China" (ref. 152/015). She is now working on two research projects, “Gender and Social Work in China” (funded by the United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia, 2016-2018), and "The Transformation of China's Working Class" (funded by the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 2017-2020). Jenny consults with the United Nations (UN) Human Rights Council, International Labour Organization (ILO), and Hong Kong-based Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior (SACOM). Her media articles and interviews have appeared in New Internationalist, The Conversation, Labor Notes, openDemocracy, chinadialogue, China’s World (Huawen Institute), Global Dialogue (Newsletter for the International Sociological Association), Red Pepper, Truthout, ICON, GlobalPost, Bloomberg, the Guardian, Il Manifesto, Le Devoir, Le Monde diplomatique, Wiener Zeitung, Science.ORF.at, China Digital Times, Sociology.about.com, China.org.cn, The Nation, The China Press (New York), The Young Reporter (Hong Kong), and The South China Morning Post, among others. 陳慧玲(Jenny Chan)生於香港,在香港中文大學社會學系、香港大學社會學系先後完成本科及哲學碩士課程,並考取了里德研究獎學金赴英留學,2014年在倫敦大學獲得哲學博士學位。畢業後,她在牛津大學擔任講師(2014-2016),兼任牛津大學凱洛格學院(Kellogg College)研究員,開拓當代中國研究碩士課程及相關的教研工作。她成功申請約翰.費爾牛津大學出版社研究基金(John Fell Oxford University Press Research Fund),撰寫了《蘋果背後的生與死︰生產線上的富士康工人》(與潘毅、塞爾登 合著,2015年出版)。論文也見於《中国乡村研究》、《社论前沿》、《中国产业民主︰兼论德国、韩国与越南》、《中外对话》、《全球對話︰國際社會學學會通訊》、《香港婦女檔案》、《沒有小販的都市》、《我在富士康》、《破土》、《僑報》、《立場新聞》、《博談網》等。 2016年秋季,Jenny從英國回港,獲聘為香港理工大學應用社會科學系助理教授。自2017年,她加入了香港理工大學中國研究及發展網路,出任管理委員會委員。她一直關心勞工權益,義務擔任國際社會學學會勞工運動執行委員會委員(ISA RC44)、Global Labour Journal編輯、亞細亞太平洋月刊志(The Asia-Pacific Journal)副編輯,積極推動聯合國人權理事會(United Nations Human Rights Council)、國際勞工組織(International Labour Organization)、大學師生監察無良企業行動(Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior)等工作,促進社會平等共融。
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