Bernard H.K. Luk
|Degrees:||B.A. (with Honours), Chinese
University of Hong Kong.
Ph.D. (History), M.S.Ed. (Comparative Education), Indiana University.
|Current Position:||Associate Professor, History
|Recent Publications:||"Aleni introduces the
Western academic tradition to 17th-century China: a study
of the Xi xue fan," in Tiziana Lippiello and Roman Malek,
eds., "Scholar from the West": Giulio Aleni SJ (1582-1649)
and the Dialogue between Christianity and China. St. Augustin
(Germany): Monumenta Serica Institute, 1997, 479-518.
(with Fatima W.B. Lee) "The Chinese communities of Toronto," Masao Okonogi - et al., eds., The Chinese Expansion and the World Today. Tokyo: The Centre for Area Studies, Keio University, 1996, 14-36. (in English).
"Trends in Chinese research on modern Japanese history: the Fifteen-Year War," by Kobayashi Motohiro, translated by Bob Tadashi Wakabayashi and B.H.K. Luk, Sino-Japanese Studies, ix, 1, October 1996, 75-92.
"Religion in Hong Kong towards the 21st century:
freedom of conscience and civil society," American Asian
Review v. 15, n. 4 (Winter 1997), 301-323.
|Papers / Lectures:||
|Courses taught recently:||HIST2710 Traditional Societies
of East Asia
HIST3770 Modern Chinese History
HIST3775 History of Hong Kong
HIST6064 Graduate Seminar in Modern East Asian History
|Research Interests:||Hong Kong
|Awards/Grants:||History of Education in Hong Kong,
a research project supported by a grant from the Lord Wilson Heritage
Trust of Hong Kong, summer 1996-summer 1997.