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Stories of Our Life: Hong Kong History Series

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Introduction

The “Stories of Our Life: Hong Kong History Series” is designed to arouse students’ interests in discovering stories of their family and the community, to strengthen their understanding to the Hong Kong history, and to facilitate their search of own identity, sense of belonging, and national / local recognition. Through the field studies, researches and experiential learning activities, students will be able to develop the “hard skills” in carrying out researches in history, and the “soft skills” in interpreting stories in a more sentimental way. We hope students can make good use of the stories collected and the technological software, to build a fundamental “human library”-like database.


Thematic Programme

Title (Course Code) Date  Type / Level Target Participant Application Application Deadline
Chinese History II Course (Level 3): Origin(s) of Hong Kong: Anthropological and Narratological Approach (from Neolithic Period to the Naming of "Hong Kong") (HUMS3610)

23 Feb to 30 Mar 2019

Chinse History II Course (Level 3)

S1 to S6 HKAGE student members

Information

Online Application

Application Withdrawal Form

4 Feb 2019

Programme application result will be announced on 15 Feb 2019

Public History Course (Level 3): Colonialising Hong Kong: Wars and Unexpected Economic Expansion (Comparative Study with Macau, Taiwan and Japan) (HUMS3620) 13 Apr to 18 May 2019 Public History Course (Level 3) S1 to S6 HKAGE student members

Information

Online Application

Application Withdrawal Form

11 Feb 2019

Programme application result will be announced on 22 Feb 2019

Multidisciplinary Course (Level 3): De-colonialising Hong Kong: Field Study and Digitalising Local History (and Arguments in Safeguarding Local History and Culture) (MULS3630)

29 Jun to 20 Jul 2019

Multidisciplinary Course (Level 3) S1 to S6 HKAGE student members

Information

Will be updated in Apr 2019
Multidisciplinary Course (Level 3): Small Narratives and Big Data: Oral History of Family and Community (Methodology in History Studies and Building Database) (MULS3640)

27 Jul to 24 Aug 2019

Multidisciplinary Course (Level 3) S1 to S6 HKAGE student members

Information

Will be updated in Apr 2019

Enquiries

For enquiries, please contact us at 3940 0514 or via email jc@hkage.org.hk.