Society for Hong Kong Studies
A global platform for the multi-disciplinary and inter-institutional study of Hong Kong
Annual Conference 2023 is now open for registration – 16-17 June, hybrid
Facilitating dialogues and collaborations among scholars and students of Hong Kong history, politics, society and culture.
Encouraging the development of new theories, concepts, and methods of studying Hong Kong and its relations to China, Asia and beyond.
Upcoming Events & Announcements
The Society for Hong Kong Studies regularly publishes articles and books with different partners in the media and the field.
- Featured Publications
Britain’s Approach to the Negotiations over the Future of Hong Kong, 1979–1982
May 8 2023Work-in-Progress Workshop in Hong Kong Studies 2023 #6
May 4 2023Work-in-Progress Workshop in Hong Kong Studies 2023 #5
April 17 2023Work-in-Progress Workshop in Hong Kong Studies 2023 #4
March 30 2023Work-in-Progress Workshop in Hong Kong Studies 2023 #3
March 21 2023Work-in-Progress Workshop in Hong Kong Studies 2023 #2
May 2 2023Book Talk Series
February 28 2023Hitch a Ride on Water series
Call for Submission has ended
ICAS Best Article Prize on Global Hong Kong Studies
The Society organises and sponsors the ICAS Best Article Prize on Global Hong Kong Studies, the latest addition to the International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS) Book Prize family. The Prize is held annually and awarded to best papers in Hong Kong Studies in two separate categories: Social Sciences and Humanities.
Deadline for submissions: 1 February 2023
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Student membership is free of charge.
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