Prof. LEUNG Yuk-ming Lisa 梁旭明
Associate Professor; Programme Director, Master of Cultural Studies (MCS)
Areas of interest
Media Studies, Cultural Studies, Post-colonial Studies, Gender and Cultural Identity, Globalisation and Localisation Studies, Cultural and Media Policy, Media History in Hong Kong, Gender Studies in Hong Kong
Erni, John and Lisa Leung (2014). Understanding South Asian Minorities in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: HKU Press.
Articles in refereed journals
Leung Yuk-ming, Lisa (2017). ‘Online radio listening as affective publics? (Closeted) participation in the post-Umbrella Movement everyday’. Cultural Studies, Routledge.
Leung Yuk-ming, Lisa (2015). ‘Free TV as Cultural Right: the case of HKTV Movement’. In Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Journal, Sage Publications.
Leung Yuk-ming, Lisa (2014). ‘Book Review: Migration and New Media: Transnational Families and Polymedia’. In Television & New Media. Sage: Vol. 15 (8):777-779
Yung, Betty and Leung, Yuk-ming Lisa (2014) “Facebook as Change? Political Engagement in Semi-democratic Hong Kong in its Transition to Universal Suffrage” Journal of Asian Public Policy. 15 pages
Leung Yuk-ming, Lisa (2011). “Prosuming' Swearing (Verbal Violence): 'Affect' as Feminist (Internet) Criticism”. Feminist Media Review. London: Routledge. Pp. 89-94
Leung Yuk Ming, Lisa (2009). ‘Daejanggeum as 'affective mobilization: Lessons for (Transnational) Popular Culture and Civil Society’, in Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, Taylor & Francis Publications, Vol.10, no.1.pp.51-66
Leung Yuk Ming Lisa (2009). ‘Mediated violence as “global news”: co-opted “performance” in the framing of the WTO’, in Media, Culture and Society, Sage Publications, 31(2), March 2009.pp.251-270
Chapters in refereed books/ anthologies (selected)
Leung Yuk-ming, Lisa (2017). ‘#Unrequited Love in Cottage Industry? Managing K-pop (Transnational) Fandom in the Social Media Age’. In Tae-Jin Yoon and Dal Yong Jin. The Korean Wave Evolution, Fandom, and Transnationality. New York: Lexington Books, pp.87-108.
Leung Yuk-ming, Lisa (2016). ‘Desiring the mainstream/ Enchantment as tactic (of recognition)’. In Koichi Iwabuchi, Olivia Khoo and Daniel Black. Asian Media and Cultural Studies. Rowman & Littlefield International.
Leung Yuk-ming, Lisa (2016). ‘Mediating movement in occupied spaces: documentation on social media pages during Umbrella Movement’. In Taking the Square: Mediated Dissent and Occupations of Public Space. Jonathan Corpus Ong, Maria Rovisco (eds), Rowman & Littlefield International. (forthcoming)
梁旭明，「中文作為第二語言的多元教育與教材」，文潔華 編，《粵語的政治：香港粵語的異質與多元》 ©香港中文大學，129-147頁，2014
Leung Yuk Ming Lisa (2012), ‘Re-nationalizing the transnational? The cases of Exiled and Missing in Hong Kong-China film co-production’ in Eyal Ben-Ari and Nissim Otzmagin (eds), Popular Culture Co-productions and Collaborations in East and Southeast Asia, Kyoto University Press
Chapters in non-refereed book
Leung Yuk-ming (2010). ‘Media Education: Looking for the ‘Public’ from ‘Populist’ (<從「民粹」中尋找「公共」的媒體教育>). In Law Wing-sang (ed), From Cultural Studies to Cultural Studies Education. Hong Kong: Step Forward Publications, pp.110-118
Principal Investigator, ‘Media and (Minority) Participation of South (East) Asians in Hong Kong’ (Ref no. LU 13601717; Funding amount: HK$203,528; Starting Date: Jan 01, 2018, Completion Date: Dec 31, 2019)
Principal Investigator, ‘Models of Participatory Media Use and Belonging of South Asian Minorities in Hong Kong – The Nepalese Ethnic Media as Case Studies’ (Funding Ref no: DA101856; Start/ Completion date: May 1 2017 / April 30, 2018’ $50,000)
Principal Investigator, ‘Job seeking practices of South Asian youths in Hong Kong - Evaluation of employment support services’ (Ref. no. KP17A4; Funding amount: $69,700; Start/ Completion date: Jun 1, 2017 / May 31, 2018)
Principal Investigator, ‘Ethnic minorities and the news media - Portrayal and public Perception’ (Ref no. KP16A5; Funding amount: $45,800; Start/ Estimated Completion date: June 1 2016 – Mar 31, 2018)
Principal Investigator, ‘Cultural history of South Asians in Tuen Mun - A tour of Appreciation’ (Ref no. KP16A4; Funding amount: $64600; Start/ Estimated Completion date: June 1 2016- Sept 2017)
Principal investigator (Co-investigator: Betty YUNG Lock), ‘Online Radio and Civil Society in Hong Kong’ (Arts Faculty Research Grant , Ref no: DA14B4, funding amount: $38,600). Start/ Estimated Completion date: Sept 1, 2014 to October 31, 2015.
Sole investigator, ‘Ethnic Minorities in Hong Kong Media Industry: the Case of Qbobo’ (Arts Faculty Research Grant Ref no: DA13A7) (Funding amount: $27,000) Start/Estimated completion date: June 2013/July 2014
Co-investigator (Principal Investigator: Prof John N. Erni), ‘Visual Narratives and the Making of Ethnic Feelings: A Cultural Study of Affect, Ethnicity, and Practices of Social Recognition among South Asians in Hong Kong’ (GRF grant, Funding amount: $814,266) (Start/ Estimated Completion Date: Jan 2012/Dec 2014)
Principal Investigator (Co-Investigator: Dr Yung Lock, Betty [HKIED]), ‘A Study on the Political-Participatory Uses of the Internet: The Case of Facebook. (Internal Research grant) (Funding amount: $94,950)[Ref no. DR11B6] (Start/ Estimated Completion date: June 2011/ Sept 2012)
Principal Investigator, “Creative Belonging: A Qualitative Study of Translocal Tactics of Cultural Negotiation among Ethnic Minority Youth,” Hong Kong Government CERG Grant (Project no.: LU341008) (HKD511,960)(Start/Completion date: Jan 2009-Dec2010)
Principal Investigator, ‘Negotiating 'Indecency' as Practice: Cases Dealt with by OAT in 1999, 2003, and 2007’, University Internal Research Grant (Funding Reference: DA08B5) (Start/Completion date: May2008/Apr 2009)
Principal Investigator, ‘Representation of Ethnic Minorities in Mainstream Media’, University Internal Research Grant (IHSS) (Funding Reference: DA07A9)