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School of Arts and Social Sciences believes that research forms a crucial part in the tertiary education. It not only advances the frontiers of knowledge, but also generates new knowledge, broadens the visions and brings in new ideas on teaching.

 

With this insight, the School organizes innovative interdisciplinary research on cross-cultural themes across different disciplines to contribute to the academic field and knowledge generation. 

 

Upcoming events

 

2017

  • Symposium on Sustaining the Ocean in the Asia Pacific
    (Co-organised with Institute for Research in Innovative Technology & Sustainability)
    (Event website: please click: http://plbpc001.ouhk.edu.hk/ocean2017/)

Past events

2017

  • Research Institute for Digital Culture and Humanities (RIDCH) Conferences 2017  
    (Conference website: please click here)

  • Symposium 2017 (Co-organised by Research Institute for Digital Culture and Humanities and OUHK Tin Ka Ping Centre for Chinese Culture)  
    (Event website: please click here)

     

2016

  • Ibsen Between Cultures: China Seminar, Lecture, and Book Launch 
    (Event website: please click here)

  • Between Old and New Values: International Conference on Transitions in Literature and Culture from Late Qing to Early Republican China
    (Conference website: please click here)

  • Research Institute for Digital Culture and Humanities (RIDCH) Conferences 2016  
    (Conference website: please click here)

2015

 

2011

2008

  • Ibsen and the Modern Self
    (Conference website: Please click here) 

2005

  • Crime & Criminal Justice in China: Past, Present and Future
    (Conference website: Please click here)
    Organized by: School of Arts and Social Sciences (The Open University of Hong Kong) and Dr. Borge Bakken (Research School of Pacific & Asian Studies, ANU)
 

Before 2000

  • Conference on China Towards 21st Century (17 January, 1998) 
    A conference on "China Towards 21st Century" was held at OU on 17th January, 1998. The conference aimed to examine the economic, legal, political and social aspects of China towards the new century. 
  • Conference on Greater China: Problems and Prospects (25-26 January, 1997)
    A conference on "Greater China" was held at OLI on 25th and 26th January, 1997. The conference aimed to examine the economic, legal, political and social aspects of Greater China in the recent period. The conference was attended by over hundred scholars, experts, students and interested parties worldwide. The conference was well received. 
  • Conference on Hong Kong in the Late Transitional Period (25 November, 1995)
    A conference on "Hong Kong in the Late Transitional period" was held at YMCA, Tsimshatsui on 25th November, 1995. The conference aimed to examine the economic, legal, political and social aspects of Hong Kong in the late transitional period. The conference was attended by over eighty scholars, experts, students and interested parties. The conference was well received. 
  • Conference on Civil Society - 10 December, 1994 
    A conference on "Civil Society: Problems and Prospects" was held at The Open Learning Institute of Hong Kong, Trade Department Tower on 9th and 10th December, 1994. The conference aimed to provide an avenue through which scholars and experts could exchange their work and views on the concept of civil society. Eleven papers were presented in the conference, which was attended by over sixty scholars, students, and interested parties. The conference was well received by the academic community.
 
(Event website: please click here)

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