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Herr Dr. Jake Lin

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1. Fakultät für Soziologie / Personen / Wissenschaftliche MitarbeiterInnen in Forschungsprojekten

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Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter im Bereich Sozialanthropology im ERC-Grant Projekt 'Welfare Struggles' (Prof. Nguyen)

 
E-Mail
jake.lin@uni-bielefeld.de  
Telefon
+49 521 106-67460  
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Gebäude X B3-119 Lage-/Raumplan

2. Fakultät für Soziologie / Arbeitsbereiche / Arbeitsbereich 6 - Soziologie der Transnationalisierung und Sozialanthropologie

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Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter im Bereich Sozialanthropology im ERC-Grant Projekt 'Welfare Struggles' (Prof. Nguyen)

 

3. Fakultät für Soziologie / Arbeitsbereiche / Arbeitsbereich 6 - Soziologie der Transnationalisierung und Sozialanthropologie / AG Nguyen

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Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter im Bereich Sozialanthropology im ERC-Grant Projekt 'Welfare Struggles' (Prof. Nguyen)

 

Curriculum Vitae

  • 2019-present Postdoctoral Fellow, Faculty of Sociology, Bielefeld University, Germany
  • 2017-19 JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow / Lecturer, Institute of Global Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan
  • 2016-17 Research Fellow / Postgraduate Supervisor, School of History, Philosophy, Political Science & International Relations, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
  • 2016 Ph.D. Political science & International Relations, Victoria University of Wellington (VUW), New Zealand
  • 2013-15 Tutor / Research assistant, School of History, Philosophy, Political Science & International Relations, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
  • 2015 Visiting Research Scholar, Department of Government and Public Administration, Universidade de Macau, Macau
  • 2014 Visiting Research Fellow, the Institute of Population and Labor Economics (IPLE), the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), Beijing
  • 2012 Master of International Relations, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
  • 2007 Graduate Diploma in Art, Art History and Theory, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

GRANTS AND AWARDS:

  • 2019-23 Co-investigator, European Research Council (ERC) funded project “Welfare for Migrant Factory Workers: Moral Struggles and Politics of Care under Market Socialism” (Grant No.803614)
  • 2017-19 Principal Investigator, Research Grant by Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), JSPS Kakenhi “Globalization and Labor Governance: A Comparative Study of Labor and Social Movement in China and Japan” (Grant No.JP17F17789)
  • 2017-19 JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (selected as the Catalyst Leaders 2017 by Royal Society New Zealand)
  • 2017-18 Co-investigator, Multi-Year Research Grant, the University of Macau. “Democracy, Development, or Power? Informal Workers in India and China.”
  • 2015-16 Visiting Research Scholarship, Department of Government and Public Administration, University of Macau
  • 2015 Associate Research Fellowship, New Zealand Contemporary China Research Centre, New Zealand
  • 2014 Visiting Research Scholarship, the Institute of Population and Labor Economics, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing
  • 2014 Faculty Research Committee Grant, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

2019 - Member, Global Studies Association of North America

2018 - Referee/reviewer, The China Journal

2018 - Referee/reviewer, The Journal of Contemporary Asia

2018 - Member, International Political Science Association (IPSA)

2016 - Associate Editor, The Journal of Labor & Society

2016 - Member, New Zealand Political Studies Association (NZPSA)

2012 - Member, New Zealand Society of Translators and Interpreters

Aktuelle Forschungsthemen

From September 2019, I work on the European Research Council (ERC) funded project “Welfare for Migrant Factory Workers: Moral Struggles and Politics of Care under Market Socialism” led by Professor Nguyen. This project is a comprehensive study of the politics of care in China and Vietnam, which is the political struggles around how different groups of people amongst the migrant factory workers should be cared for. This politics of care underlies the state policy-making of welfare provision for migrant factory workers and their families. It reflects the wider moral struggles between the state, the market and the third sector. It focuses on the power dynamics in the process of policy-making and the everyday construction of welfare discourses in the lawmaking and regulative institutions, local government administrations, workplaces, and beyond.

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