Ling Lei

Ling Lei
The University of Calgary | HBI · Werklund School of Education

PhD candidate

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Introduction
Ling Lei is currently a PhD candidate and a SSHRC doctoral fellow at Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary. Ling does research in International Education and Adult Education. Her most recent publication is: Lei, L., & Guo, S. (2022). Beyond multiculturalism: Revisioning a model of pandemic anti-racism education in post-Covid-19 Canada. International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology, 6(1). doi:10.1186/s41257-021-00060-7 https://ucalgary.academia.edu/LingLeiKayla

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Canada was the first country in the world to establish multiculturalism as its official policy for the governance of diversity. Canadian multiculturalism has gained much popularity in political and public discourses in the past 50 years, and it has also received no less criticism as to its effectiveness in addressing issues of racism. There have al...
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Transnational migration brings to the fore the various social and professional connections migrants maintain with their home and sojourn countries. Drawing on a qualitative case study with 12 Chinese transnational academics in the field of the social sciences and humanities in three higher education institutions in Beijing, China, this article expl...
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Transnational mobility characterized by multiple and circular movement of people and their simultaneous interconnections across transnational borders pose challenges to the conception of a closed boundary of community of practice (CoP). This study aims to explore the changing dynamics of CoP in transnational space by examining experiences of transn...
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Employing the research method of duoethnography, two researchers participate in a co-learning journey, making meaning of their personal stories through writing, critical reflections and theoretical discussions about gender identities. By sharing narratives concerning their significant lived experiences, the researchers compare and contrast major cu...

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