carnegieXchange Rethinking Health Experiences and Active Lifestyles: Chinese students in the UK
Dr Pang’s research on Rethinking Health Experiences and Active Lifestyles: Chinese students in the UK is the first ever 2-year project funded by the European Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship Grant at Leeds Beckett University.
A carnegieXchange Seminar from Dr Bonnie Pang
The seminar will focus on what the project attempts to achieve, the challenges and possibilities of researching with ‘hard to reach’ Chinese students in the UK, and how the project relates to the broader emerging research agenda for a critical sociology of Chinese diaspora. This session will appeal to those who work in the fields of Chinese diaspora, race, ethnicity and post-colonial thought, feminism and the sociology of the body, and ethnographic methods.
Dr Bonnie Pang is a Hong Kong Chinese-Australian researcher, and is now based at Leeds Beckett University as Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellow. She has recently published a book on Interpreting the Chinese Diaspora: Socialisation, Identity and Resilience According to Pierre Bourdieu, and will have her forthcoming book on Diversity, Difference, and Social Justice in Physical Education: Challenges and Strategies in a Translocated World, both with Routledge Publisher.