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Dr. C. K. Martin Chung

 鍾子祺 博士

Assistant Professor

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Tel

3411-5731

Associate Coordinator of GIS Programme
Visiting Research Fellow, School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics, Queen's University Belfast

Teaching

Dr. Martin Chung was selected as the recipient of the individual GE Teaching Award in 2021/22. He believes in the two-way integration of teaching and research and cultivates the virtuous cycle of research-led teaching and teaching-led research. His award-winning GE course “Sustainable Peace” was conceived from his research interest in political reconciliation and from his funded research project on peacebuilding in Northern Ireland, which in turn had grown out of his teaching in UK politics from 2016-2019.

 

Current and Future Courses at HKBU

  • GTSU2026 Sustainable Peace: Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation of Divided Communities
  • POLS3225 Religion and Politics
  • POLS3226 War and Peace
  • POLS4255 Comparative Regionalism and Regionalization

 

Previously Taught Courses at HKBU

  • GDSS1055 The World of Contemporary Europe
  • EURO2015 Model European Union
  • POLS2206 European Politics and Society: German Political Systems and Society
  • POLS3207 Government and Politics of the United Kingdom
  • POLS3217 Political Philosophy: Chinese and European
  • POLS4215 Contemporary Europe and Asia

 

Previously Taught Courses elsewhere

  • Love in the European Tradition (HKU), as co-lecturer
  • Foundations of European Studies (HKU), as tutor
  • Cross-Cultural Interaction (IIUM), as lecturer
  • Tradition and Change (IIUM), as lecturer

 

Teaching Grant (External)

2019-2022 PI: “The Politics of Antagonism Revisited: Assessing Northern Ireland’s Good Friday Agreement (1998-2018).” Grant for Educational Activities, Early Career Scheme, Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, HK$50,000 (ECS 22612318).

 

Teaching Grants (Internal)

  1. 2021-2022 PI: Sustainable Peace with Students-as-Partners, General Education Office, HK$15,000.
  2. 2020-2021 PI: Sustainable Peace with Students-as-Partners, General Education Office, HK$15,000.
  3. 2019-2020 PI: Model European Union with Service-Learning, Centre for Innovative Service-Learning, HK$30,000.
  4. 2018-2019 Co-I: Model European Union with Service-Learning, Centre for Innovative Service-Learning, HK$30,000.