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prof. Beng Huat Chua

prof. Beng Huat Chua

Provost Chair Professor, Faculty of Arts and Social Science, Asia Research Institute and Head, the Department of Sociology, National University of Singapore
Talen : Engels, Chinees

  • Categorieën

  • Wetenschap
    • Sociologie
  • Inzetbaarheid

  • Lezing
  • Onderwerpen

  • Comparative politics in Southeast Asia
  • Urban studies and public housing policies
  • East Asian media/pop culture industry
  • Consumption

Chua Beng Huat received his PhD from York University, Canada. Concurrently, Provost Chair Professor, Faculty of Arts and Social Science, Research Leader, Cultural Studies in Asia Research Cluster, Asia Research Institute; Convenor Cultural Studies Programmes and Head, the Department of Sociology, National University of Singapore. He has held visiting professorships at universities in US, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Germany and Australia, including the Inaugural Distinguished Visiting Scholar

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Chua Beng Huat received his PhD from York University, Canada. Concurrently, Provost Chair Professor, Faculty of Arts and Social Science, Research Leader, Cultural Studies in Asia Research Cluster, Asia Research Institute; Convenor Cultural Studies Programmes and Head, the Department of Sociology, National University of Singapore. He has held visiting professorships at universities in US, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Germany and Australia, including the Inaugural Distinguished Visiting Scholar Fellowship at Carolina Asia Centre, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA. He is currently Chairman, Board of Trustees, Temenggong Artists-in-Residence, a non profit visual arts institution in Singapore.

His publications include: as author, Communitarian Ideology and Democracy in Singapore (1995, paperback 1997) and Political Legitimacy and Housing: Stakeholding in Singapore (1997; 3 printings), Life is Not Complete without Shopping (2003; two printings) and Structure, Audience and Soft Power in East Asian Pop Culture (2012) as editor, Singapore Studies II: Critical Studies (1999); Consumption in Asia: lifestyles and identities (2000), Communitarian Politics in Asia (2004), Elections as Popular Culture in Asia (2007), (Co-editor, Chen Kuan-Hsing) Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Reader (2007), East Asia Pop Culture: Analysing the Korean Wave (2008) and Port Cities in Asia and Europe (2008). He is founding co-executive editor of the journal, Inter-Asia Cultural Studies.  

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