香港浸会大学HongKongBaptistUniversity历史系老师简介-Dr. LADDS, Catherine

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Dr. LADDS, Catherine
李嘉鈴博士
Associate Professor, Department of History
Associate Director, Modern History Research Centre
PhD, University of Bristol,
MA, BA University of York.
JFHKAH

(852) 3411 6430
cladds@hkbu.edu.hk

RESEARCH FOCUS

Social, Cultural, and Political History of Colonialism;
The Chinese treaty ports;
The British Empire in Asia;
History of Expatriate and Settler Communities.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

A. BOOKS
Empire Careers: Working for the Chinese Customs Service, 1854-1949. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013.
B. ARTICLES AND ESSAYS
'Educating the China-Born: Colonial Cosmopolitanism in Shanghai’s Schools for Settler Children, 1870–1943,' Journal of Social History, vol. 55, no. 1 (2021), pp. 180-206.
‘Charles Mason, the “King of China”: British Imperial Adventuring in the Late Nineteenth Century.’Historical Research. 90:249 (August 2017), 567-590.
‘Foreign Communities in the Treaty Ports: TheForeign Office Files for China, 1919-2’ and ‘Foreign Communities in China, 1930-48: War, Revolution, and the Western Retreat from China.’ Introduction toForeign Office Files for China, 1919-1948. Marlborough: Adam Matthew Digital, 2013-2014.
‘“Youthful, likely men, who can read, write and count”: Joining the foreign staff of the Chinese Customs Service, 1854-1927.’The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History. 36:2 (2008), 227-242.
‘“The Life Career of us all”: Britons and Germans in the Chinese Customs Service, 1854-1917.’Berliner China-Hefte: Chinese History and Society. 33 (2008), 34-53.
C. CHAPTERS IN EDITED VOLUMES
‘Eurasians in treaty-port China: Journeys across racial and imperial frontiers,’ inMigrant Cross-Cultural Encounters in Asia and the Pacific, edited by Jacqueline Leckie, Angela McCarthy, Angela Wanhalla. Abingdon: Routledge, 2016. 19-35.
‘Imperial Ambitions: Russians, Britons, and the Politics of Nationality in the Chinese Customs Service, 1890-1937,’ inRussia and its Northeast Asian Neighbors: China, Japan, and Korea, 1858-1945, edited by Kimitaka Matsuzato. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2016. 33-48.
‘ePortfolios and History Teaching: Supporting the Development of Information Literacy and Research Skills,’ in Tushar Chaudhuri and Beatrice Cabau (eds).,Implementing Student e-Portfolios in Higher Education: A Transdisciplinary Perspective(Springer, 2017).
D. SHORTER WORKS
‘China and Treaty Port Imperialism,’ inThe Encyclopedia of Empire, edited by John MacKenzie. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell, 2016.
‘A Customs officer in the treaty port world: R.F.C. Hedgeland’s photographs.’International Institute for Asian Studies Newsletter. 44 (Feb 2008).
‘The World of the Chinese Maritime Customs.’ In Robert Bickers, Catherine Ladds, Jamie Carstairs and Yee Wah Foo,Picturing China 1870-1950: Photographs from British Collections. Bristol: Chinese Maritime Customs Project Occasional Papers, No. 1, 2007.

FUNDED RESEARCH PROJECTS (Selected)

‘Children of Empire: The History of Eurasians in China, Hong Kong, and Britain, c. 1830-1960,’ supported by an ECS grant.
‘Marginal People in Liminal Places: Non-Elite Europeans in Colonial-Era East Asian Port Cities,’ supported by a GRF grant.






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