Dr Philip Constable is Senior Lecturer in History. He lectures on the history of modern Asia and the Asia-Pacific, with a research focus on the history of 19th and 20th-century South and South-east Asia.
His research interest focuses on Dalit history and society in 19th and 20th-century India. He is also involved in an inter-university research project on Buddhism and society in South-east Asia. Philip is a member of Teaching Academy. Read more
Sunny has more than 20 years’ experience in teaching Chinese as a second language. She has taught in China, the US and the UK, and was awarded fellowship of the Higher Education Academy in 2012.
As an associate professor in translation since 2007, Sunny has also had nine translated books published, and written a column for the China Daily for two years. Read more
Ed Griffith’s research interests are mainly focussed on the international relations of East Asia, in particular the Sino-Japanese relationship and China’s approach to its own changing role in the region. He is interested in exploring how established IR theories can be adapted to deepen our understanding of China’s behaviour in developing its relationships with neighbouring countries. Read more
David has lived and worked across the Globe. He specialises in researching, designing, and delivering programmes in Intercultural Leadership/ teams with a strong focus on Employability. David has a diverse portfolio of professional and academic qualifications. He has published works in Blended Learning, Employability and Intercultural Communication. He has a track record in significant grant capture. He has a strong belief in people and won’t let a day go by without having a positive engagement. Read more