Lecturer of Human Geography, Newcastle University
Michael's research revolves around the social and cultural geographies of citizenship in the global city of Hong Kong. His work is influenced by postcolonialism and ideas of social justice. His work to date has investigated the racialisation of expatriate citizenship in the city. Furthermore, he leads an undergraduate fieldtrip to Hong Kong every year.
Students at the University of Oxford will now submit some of their work on China anonymously. This, among other measures, is an important protection against Chinas new national security law in Hong Kong, which makes it...