Navigating Chinese Identity in Australia in the 21st Century
You are invited to join us for The Annual Henry Chan Lecture 2023, hosted by The Chinese Australian Historical Society Inc.
in collaboration with the State Library of NSW. We are honored to have Dr. Jennifer Hsu as our distinguished speaker, who will be delivering a captivating talk on the topic:
“Navigating Chinese Identity in Australia in the 21st Century”
Dr. Jennifer Hsu is a Visiting Senior Fellow at the Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW, and a Research Fellow at the Lowy Institute in the Public Opinion and Foreign Policy Program. Her current research project delves into the fascinating intersections of Australia’s multiculturalism and foreign policy.
With a background that includes a PhD from Cambridge in Development Studies and extensive experience in researching and teaching in North American and UK universities in fields such as development studies, political science, and sociology,
Dr. Hsu brings a wealth of knowledge to her work. Her research expertise covers state-society relations, state-NGO relations, the internationalization of Chinese NGOs, diaspora studies, and civil society.
She is widely published in these areas and has recently co-authored the acclaimed 2023 report from the Lowy Institute, titled “Being Chinese in Australia: Public Opinion in Chinese Communities.”
Location:Mitchell Library Building, State Library New South Wales, Dixon Room Macquarie Street Sydney, NSW 2000
30 November 2023