Academic Staff
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Dr. LIU, Oiyan
廖藹欣博士

Assistant Professor, Department of History

 

Ph.D. Cornell University
B.A., M.A. Leiden University

 

(852) 3411 2558

RESEARCH FOCUS

Colonial Southeast Asia – China connections
Race, Ethnicity, and Nationality Studies
The Chinese Diaspora
Imperialism
Maritime Asia

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
  • “Creolised Confucianism: Syncretism and Confucian revivalism at the turn of the twentieth century Java,” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Vol 1-2 (June 2020).

 

  • “Introduction: Charting the Maritime Structures in the Asian Seas” in Collected Essays of To the Seas and Beyond: An International Conference on the Maritime Silk Road (Hong Kong: Hong Kong Museum of History and Department of History, Hong Kong Baptist University, 2018), pp. 9-11.

 

  • 〈儒教之安拉:殖民時期中華馬來文化圈之宗教混合〉,《海上絲綢之路史國際學術研討會論文集》(香港:香港歷史博物館及香港浸會大學歷史系,2018),頁241-246。

 

  • (Co-editor) Collected Essays of To the Seas and Beyond: An International Conference on the Maritime Silk Road, Clara Wing-chung Ho, Oiyan Liu, Thomas Marling, Ka-lai Chan, et. al. (Hong Kong: Hong Kong Museum of History and Department of History, Hong Kong Baptist University, 2018).

 

  • “Countering ‘Chinese Imperialism’: Sinophobia and Border Protection in the Dutch East Indies,” Indonesia 97 (April 2014): 87-110.

  • “Chinese Education Across the Empires: Knowledge, Politics, and Networks between Batavia, Singapore and Nanjing,” in Chapters on Asia (Singapore: National Library Board, March 2014), pp. 132-150.

 

  • “The Educational Movement in the Early Twentieth Century Batavia and Its Connections with Singapore and China,” BiblioAsia, Vol. 6, No. 3 (October 2010): 22-28.

 

  • (Translator) “The Oceanography of the Archipelago”, “Is Opium a Genuine Evil? (1882)”, “Marriage in Minahasa” in Tineke Hellwig and Eric Tagliacozzo (eds.), The Indonesia Reader: History, Culture, Politics (Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2009).

 

  • (Co-author) “The National Archives (Jakarta) and the Writing of Transnational Histories of Indonesia,” in Itinerario: International Journal of the History of European Expansion and Global Interaction 1 (2008): 81-94.