Date: 25 May 2020 (Monday)
Time: 3 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
*This webinar will take place via Zoom
Hope is a mediator between present and future. It is a discursive construct that empowers people and guides them on what to do to achieve the desired future. In 2019, the mass protests in Hong Kong broke the five-year-long movement abeyance by passion and solidarity. They explore new dimensions to re-examine the politics and society of this city. With the theme “the politics of hope?”, speakers of this seminar will disseminate their view and analysis to what extent hope can articulate the present and future of Hong Kong.
Dr WONG Bon Wah, Baldwin (Department of Social Science, HSUHK)
Dr CHAN Chi Kit (School of Communication, HSUHK)
Topic: Democratic Enclaves under Hybrid Regime
Dr LI Cho Kiu, Joseph (Department of Cultural and Religious Studies, CUHK)
Topic: Cultural Politics of Courage
Mr TAI Yuen Hung, Jacky (Department of Social Science, HSUHK)
Topic: Disobedience in Despair
Dr TANG Kin Yat, Gary (Department of Social Science, HSUHK)
Topic: Discursive Dynamics of Election and Social Movement
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