Dr. PUN Ngai
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BA History (CUHK)
MPhil Sociology (HKU)
PhD Anthropology and Sociology (University of London)
Pun Ngai and Lu Huilin, (forthcoming),“Unfinished Proletarianization: Self, Anger and Class Action of the Second Generation of Peasant-Workers in Reform China”, Modern China.
Chris King-chi Chan and Pun Ngai (forthcoming), “The Making of a New Working Class? A Study of Collective Actions of Migrant Workers in South China”, The China Quarterly.
Leung, Pak Nang and Pun Ngai (forthcoming), “The Radicalization of the New Working Class: The Collective Actions of Migrant Workers in South China”, The Third World Quarterly.
Pun Ngai and Chris King- chi Chan (2008), “The Subsumption of Class Discourse in China”, Boundary 2, Vol 35, No 2, pp. 75-91.
Pun Ngai and Yu Xiaomin (2008) “When Wal-Mart and the Chinese dormitory labour regime meet: a study of three toy factories in China”, China Journal of Social Work, Volume 1, Issue 2 July 2008 , pages 110 – 129.
Pun, Ngai and Smith Chris (2007) “Putting Transnational Labour Process in its Place: Dormitory Labour Regime in Post-Socialist China”, Work, Employment and Society, Vol 21, No 1, pp27-46..
Pun Ngai (2007) “The Dormitory Labor Regime: Sites of Control and Resistance for Women Migrant Workers in South China”, Feminist Economics, Vol 13.
Smith Chris and Pun Ngai (2006) “The dormitory labor regime in China as a site for control and resistance”, International Journal of Human Resource Management 17:8 August, pp1456-1470.
Pun, Ngai (2005), “Global Production and Corporate Business Ethics: Company Codes of Conduct Implementation and its Implication on Labour Rights in China”. China Journal, July, pp.101-113.
Sum, Ngai Ling and Ngai Pun (2005), “Paradoxes of Ethical Transnational Production: Codes of Conduct in a Chinese Workplace”, Competition and Change, Vol. 9, Issue 2, June, pp.181-200.
Pun, Ngai (2004), “Women Workers and precarious employment in Shenzhen Special Economic Zone, China”, Gender and Development, Volume 12 No. 2, July, pp.29-37.
Pun Ngai (2004), “Endengering Chinese Modernities: The Sexual Politics of Dagongmei in a Dormitory Labour Regime,” Asian Studies Review, June 2004, Vol. 28, pp.151-165.
Alvin Y. So and Ngai Pun (2004), “Introduction: Globalization and anti-Globalization of SARS in Chinese Societies”, Asian Perspective, Vol. 28, No. 1, pp. 5-17.
Pun, Ngai (2003) “Subsumption or Consumption?: The Phantom of Consumer Revolution in Globalizing China”, Cultural Anthropology, 18(4), November, pp.469-492.
Pun, Ngai (2002) “Global Capital, Local Gaze and Social Trauma in China”, Public Culture 14(2): 341-347.
Pun Ngai and Lee Kim-ming (2002) “Locating Globalization: The Changing Role of the City-state in Post-handover Hong Kong”, The China Review 2(1): 1-28, Spring.
Pun, Ngai (Fall, 2000) "Opening a Minor Genre of Resistance in Reform China: Scream, Dream and Transgression in a Workplace", Positions: 8:2, pp.1-24.
Pun, Ngai (1999) "Becoming Dagongmei: the Politics of Identity and Difference in Reform China", The China Journal, No. 42. July, pp1-19.
Pun Ngai (1999) “Chinese Labour at the End of 20th Century”, in China Review 1999. HK: the Chinese University Press, pp.329-344.
Pun Ngai (2007) “Making a global dormitory labor regime: Labor protection and labor organizing of migrant women in South China”, in Membership Based Organizations of the Poor, edited by Ravi Kanbur, New York and London: Routledge.
Pun Ngai (forthcoming, 2007) “Re-organized Moralism”: The Politics of Transnational Labor Codes” in Privatizing China: Property and Care of the Self under Socialism, edited by Li Zhang and Aihwa Ong, Cornell University Press.
Hang-yu Ngo and Ngai Pun (forthcoming, 2007), “Work and Employment in the “Global Condition” in Mainstreaming Gender in Hong Kong Society, edited by Fanny Cheung, Hong Kong: Chinese University of Hong Kong Press.
Pun Ngai (2006) “Capital’s incorporation of labor rights and and corporate codes of conduct in a Chinese dormitory labor regime” in How China Works: Perspectives on the twentieth-century industrial workplace, Jacob Eyferth, ed. London and New York: Routledgecurzon.
Pun, Ngai and Wu Ka Ming (2004), “Lived Citizenship and Hong Kong Lower Class Migrant Women: A Global City Without its People” in Making Citizenship in Hong Kong: (Post-) Colonial Subject, Community and Global City. London and New York: Routledgecurzon.
Pun, Ngai (2003) “Locating Trans-border Subjects: Hong Kong Working People in Mainland China”, Representing Local Places and Raising Voices from Below, edited by Toshio Mizuuchi, Osaka: Urban-Culture Research Center, Osaka City University, pp.61-72.
Pun, Ngai (2001) “Making Labour Politics: Gender, Kinship and Ethnicity in two Shenzhen factories”, in Alvin So and Dudley Poston (eds) The Chinese Triangle of Mainland- Taiwan- Hong Kong: Comparative Institutional Analysis. USA: Greenwood.
Pun, Ngai (2001) “City-States and Nationalism”, “Arendt, Hannah”, “Art and Nationalism”, “Hypernationalism”, “Architecture”, “Cinema” and “Music and Nationalism”, in Encyclopedia of Nationalism, edited by Alexander J. Motyl. San Diego: Academic Press.
Pun, Ngai (2001) "Consumption, Class and Identity Politics." in Economic Sociology in Chinese Societies (tentative title), edited by Wei-an Chang & Yin-wah Chu. Taiwan: Sheng-chih Book Co (in Chinese).
Pun, Ngai (1995) "The Calling and Loss of Female Subject: Women Emancipation in Mayfourth Era", in Fanny Cheung and Yip Hon-ming (eds.) Gender Studies in Chinese Societies (in Chinese). Hong Kong: the Chinese University Press, pp245-266.
Pun, Ngai (1995) 'Theoretical Discussion on the Impact of Industrial Restructuring in Asia', in Helene O'Sullivan (ed.), Silk and Steel: Asian Women Workers Confront Challenges of Industrial Restructuring. Hong Kong: Committee for Asian Women, pp2-18.
Pun, Ngai, et al. (1995) “The Impact of Industrial Restructuring on Women Workers in Hong Kong”, in Helene O’Sullivan (ed.). Silk and Steel. Asian Women Workers Confront Challenges of Industrial Restructuring. Hong Kong: Committee for Asian Women, pp135-159.