Youtube Channel

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We are pleased that our NRCEM Youtube Channel is now established

You can visit our videos below:

  1. The Educational Hopes and Ambitions of Left-Behind Children in Rural China‘ –an interview video with Dr Yang HONG (Shaanxi Normal University, China). This is part of the ”Meet the Author‘ programme. Listen to the podcast here.
  2. International School Teachers’ Lived Experiences‘ — an interview video with Dr Adam Poole (Beijing Foreign Studies University). This is part of the ‘Meet the Author‘ programme.
  3. ‘The Children of China’s Great Migration’–an interview video with Professor Rachel Murphy (Oxford University). This is part of the ‘Meet the Author‘ programme.
  4. A video on ‘how to publish journal articles during your PhD‘ with Mr Kevin Tai (PhD candidate, UCL).
  5. A video providing advice on ‘getting an academic job in the UK as an international student‘ by Dr Cora Lingling Xu (Durham University) is available.
  6. A Chinese video on practising meditation for graduate students and academics is available. This video is by Dr Jinting Wu (heartfulness meditation trainer) and Dr Cora Lingling Xu (interviewer).
  7. Chinese Higher Education Mobilities in a Global Age, a paper video given by Dr Cora Lingling Xu (Durham University, UK) in the Ontario Institute for Studies of Education (OISE), University of Toronto’s Asian Heritage Month Symposium, titled ‘East Asian Identities in the Era of Global Mobility’. This is based on her recent article published in Review of Education. Read an introduction to this article.
  8. Competing for privilege –aspirational youth at a Chinese high school entrepreneurship competition, a lecture video by Dr Siyu Chen (Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen, China). This is based on her latest article published in the British Journal of Sociology of Education. Read and introduction to this article.
  9. Transnational Education Mobility: Class, Race and Nationalist Ideologies, a lecture video by Shanshan Jiang (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA). This is based on her recent articles published in British Journal of Sociology of Education and Comparative Education Review. Read an introduction to these two articles.
  10. The making of transnational distinction, a lecture video by Dr Siqi Zhang (University of Edinburgh, UK) and Dr Cora Lingling Xu (Durham University, UK). This video is a lecture given to graduate students at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto, in April 2021. It is based on their recent article published in British Journal of Sociology of Education.
  11. Time, class and privilege in career imagination of Chinese international students, a seminar video by Dr Cora Lingling Xu (Durham University, UK). This is a seminar given to the Higher Education and Social Inequalities research group at Durham University’s Sociology Department in January 2021. It is based on her recent open access article published in Time & Society.
  12. Cross-border student mobilities in contemporary China, a lecture video by Dr Cora Lingling Xu (Durham University, UK). This is a lecture given to graduate students at Old Dominion University. This is based on her recent publications here, here, here, here, here, here and here.
  13. Semi-peripheral (post)coloniality in the discourse of international student mobility between China and Africa: a presentation video by Mr Ben Mulvey (the Education University of Hong Kong). This is based on his recent article published in Higher Education. You can listen to this podcast interview with Ben, and read about Ben’s articles here, and here.
  14. Interrogating International School Teacher Precarity: a presentation video by Dr Adam Poole (Beijing Foreign Studies University, China). This is based on his articles published in Journal of Research in International Education and The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher.
  15. Tackling rural-urban inequalities through ed mobilities: a lecture video by Dr Cora Lingling Xu (Durham University, UK). This is based on her article published in Policy Reviews in Higher Education.