The Australian Centre on China in the World is made up of an Advisory Board, Management Group, academic specialists including Postdoctoral Fellows and PhD Scholars, and general staff.
Professor Geremie R Barmé, Centre Director
Research Theme: China Time
Dr Benjamin Penny, Deputy Director
Research Theme: China Everyday
Dr Jane Golley, Associate Director
Research Theme: China Numbers
Dr Luigi Tomba, Associate Director
Research Theme: China Urban
Adjunct Research Staff
Professor Carolyn Cartier, Adjunct Director
Research Theme: China Urban
Dr Gloria Davies, Adjunct Director
Research Theme: China Texts
Dr Sue Trevaskes, Adjunct Director
Research Theme: China Justice
Adjunct Academic Staff
Professor Richard Rigby, Associate Director
CIW Postdoctoral Fellows
A graduate of Harvard, David's topic is 'Inter-Communal Dimensions of Political Change in Xinjiang, 1880-1960'. Download CV
Sue Shih-wen Chen
Sue is a graduate of ANU, and her topic is '"The Decade of Crazy Thirst for Knowledge": Publishing, Reading and Writing in 1980s China'; Sue commenced with CIW in February 2011. Download CV
Johanna is a graduate of UTS, Sydney. Her topic is 'Organising Damaged Biologies and Medical Uncertainty: Post-Socialist Nation-Building and Techniques of Belonging and Entitlement'. Download CV
Elisa is a graduate of SOAS, University of London, and her topic is 'Miscarriages of Justice in the People's Republic of China: New Perspectives on Criminal Justice'. Download CV
Ying is a graduate of Harvard University. She is working on a manuscript on history of non-fiction filmmaking in China, and exploring a number of new research directions on filmmaking and exhibition in China's border regions. Download CV
Brian Kai Hin Tsui
Brian is a graduate of Columbia University. He is preparing a manuscript that examines Nationalist China's conservative revolution in the second quarter of the twentieth century and beginning a new collaborative project on the interaction between China and India during the Republican period. Download CV
A graduate of ANU, Nathan is conducting research on regional identity and representations of Jiangnan from late imperial times to the present. Download CV
CIW Strategic Research Fellow
Wuqiriletu is a graduate of Hitotsubasi University, Japan and is a Strategic Research Fellow at CIW. He is a cultural anthropologist focused on issues of modernization and cultural change in China. Download CV
CIW PhD Scholars
PhD Project working title: 'China's Segmented Labour Market - an Examination of Rural-Urban Migration and the Implication for Growth'.
PhD Project working title: 'Religious Innovation between Taiwan and China'.
PhD Project working title: 'Higher Education Lobbying and Chinese Elite Universities'.
PhD Project working title: 'Nanjing in Late-Qing and Republican China'.
Cathryn Husdell, Centre Manager
Nancy Chiu, Project Officer
Tanya Fan, Project Officer
Jasmine Lin, Administrative Officer
Celiya Yang, Finance Officer
Markuz Wernli, Research Design Manager