PhD members

Between 2011 and 2017, CIW operated as a stand-alone research centre within the ANU and had its own PhD program. Following the Chinese studies review in 2018, the CIW PhD program ceased and current CIW PhD scholars were moved to other schools within the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific. Since 2018, CIW has become ANU’s China hub and welcomes PhD members from across the university whose primary research focus is China. If you are a PhD at ANU and would like to become a CIW PhD member, please contact the CIW Director to confirm your eligibility.

Nathan Attrill

Political Economy

Jennifer Chang

Jennifer Chang

Chinese labour markets

Qian Chen

Qian Chen

Chinese traditional opera

Chen Jingjing

Jingjing Chen

Tang dynasty history

Rowena Ebsworth

Rowena Ebsworth

Student movements

Tom Gardner

Tom Gardner

Australians in China

Victoria Guo

Xiaoli (Victoria) Guo

China-Turkey relations

Wenting He

Wenting He

Foreign and economic policy

I-Chang Kuo

I-Chang Kuo

China & the Pacific

Suliljaw Lusausatj

Suliljaw Lusausatj

Indigenous Cultures

Graeme Read

Graeme Read

Taiwanese identity

Matthew P. Robertson

Matthew P. Robertson

Biopolitics

Yingnan Shi

Yingnan Shi

Knowledge management

Jarrod Sim

Jarrod Sim

Indigenous Taiwan soundscapes

Will Sima

Will Sima

Liberal intellectual criticism

Borui Song

Borui Song

Decentralization governance

Wen Meizhen

Meizhen Wen

African traders in Yiwu

Xie Shengjin

Shengjin Xie

Taoists in Post-Maoist China

Fang Yang

Fang Yang

Maritime Security

Qin Yang

Qin Yang

Classical Chinese exegesis

Yekun Zhang

Yekun Zhang

Chinese archaeology

Wenzhuo Zhang

Wenzhuo Zhang

Urban heritage

Yan	Zhang

Yan Zhang

Restorative justice in China

Shuojia Zhang

Shuojia Zhang

Chinese attitudes towards MNCs

Hao Zheng

Hao Zheng

Cultural landscape in Chengdu

Yayun Zhu

Yayun Zhu

Imperial Chinese literature

Chenyu Zong

Chenyu Zong

Food, sensation and health

Updated:  6 October 2016/Responsible Officer:  Director/Page Contact:  CAP Web Team