(From left) Professor Stuart Christie, Professor Lo Ping-cheung and Professor Zhang Hongsheng are elected as Fellows of the Hong Kong Academy of the Humanities


(左起)Stuart Christie教授、羅秉祥教授和張宏生教授獲選為香港人文學院院士

Professor John Erni was elected as President of the Academy of the Humanities


陳錦榮教授獲選為香港人文學院主席

Date: 08 May 2017 (Monday)

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Three HKBU scholars named Fellows of Hong Kong Academy of the Humanities

三浸大學者獲選為香港人文學院院士

Three HKBU academics have been elected to the Hong Kong Academy of the Humanities as Fellows to recognise their long-term contribution to the teaching and research in the field of arts and humanities studies. The elected Fellows are: Professor Stuart Christie, Head of the Department of English Language and Literature; Professor Lo Ping-cheung, Associate Dean of the Faculty of Arts; and Professor Zhang Hongsheng, Head of the Department of Chinese Language and Literature.

Including the above three faculty members, there are currently 10 HKBU scholars among the Fellows of the Academy.

Meanwhile, Professor John Erni, Head of the Department of Humanities and Creative Writing, was elected as President of the Academy from May 2017 to May 2018.

The Academy aims to foster and advance knowledge of the humanities in Hong Kong, support and promote scholarship and research in the arts and humanities, and assist Hong Kong humanists in scholarly engagement and collaboration in Asia and other international communities.

三位浸大學者最近獲香港人文學院選為院士,以嘉許他們長期在人文範疇的教學和研究的貢獻。他們是英國語言文學系系主任Stuart Christie教授、文學院副院長羅秉祥教授和中國語言文學系系主任張宏生教授。

連同三位教授,現時香港人文學院共有10位院士為浸大學者。

此外,人文及創作系系主任陳錦榮教授獲選為香港人文學院主席,任期由2017年5月起至2018年5月止。

香港人文學院旨在推動人文學在香港的學術發展和研究,以及促進本港人文學者與亞洲和國際學術界的學術合作和聯繫。