To respond to the COVID-19 crisis, Erni engages in 2 important initiatives: Video for “Combating COVID-19: Hindsight 20/20?” (“抗疫之中 後見之明?”): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRAYltmRoSc The Cultural Politics of COVID-19: A special issue of Cultural Studies. Edited by John Nguyet Erni & Ted Striphas. […]
On 7-9 November 2019, the JAM symposium brought overseas and local speakers from diverse institutions together to discuss conditions of migration through photographic exhibition, installation, documentation, musical theatre, the architectures of walls, etc. The […]
On 24 May 2019, Prof John Erni received the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research Supervision at the annual President’s Award Ceremony. Read more about Prof John Erni’s approach in research supervision here.
Press Release by HKBU Public Affairs (reposted) Hong Kong Baptist University held an inaugural lecture yesterday (10 September) by Professor John Erni, who was awarded the title of The Fung Hon Chu Endowed Chair of Humanics, on […]
On 1 November 2017, Prof John Erni was inaugurated as one of three endowed chairs. For more details about the ceremony.
Louis Ho, Anthony Fung, Chow Yiu Fai and John Erni, the authors of Undressing the Male Professors (透視男教授), presented their new book at PMQ, Hong Kong.
On Friday 22 January 2016, John Erni gave his inaugural lecture titled “Who Needs Human Rights? A critical Legal Humanities Perspective”. Abstract At its seventieth year of global operation, the modern human rights system […]
In December 2015, John Erni delivered a keynote speech at the third ACS (Association for Cultural Studies) Institute 2015 held at the University of the Free State in Bloemfontein, South Africa. Abstract In the persistent […]
On 25 August 2015, John Erni and his colleagues from Hong Kong Baptist University were invited to Melbourne by the Faculty of Arts of the University of Melbourne, to participate in the Asian Cultural Research […]
Conference Theme: “Human Rights, Justice, Media and Culture” Thursday, May 28 – Sunday, May 31, 2015 Art Center of Kobe, Japan Convergence or Collision – Human Rights with or without Cultural Studies In the persistent […]