James Luk’s current research with Professor Michel Hockx aims to build connections between modern Chinese literature and world literature. He will primarily be working with Chinese magazines and online literature. Luk also has interests in online internet culture and censorship.
Luk is a Notre Dame International Security Center (NDISC) Undergraduate Fellow. During the summer of 2019, he was awarded the NDISC Internship Support grant for an internship in Jerusalem.
James Luk has been researching censorship studies. He has worked on literature reviews for academic articles on censorship and cultural policy in China. His work contributed to creating an academic database of censorship theory and censorship methodology.