Academic Profile : Faculty

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Asst Prof Florence Mok
Nanyang Assistant Professor, School of Humanities
 
Journal Articles
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Clayton, David and Mok, Florence (equal authorship), ‘Bad Weather and State Building: Household Water Conservancy in Colonial Hong Kong during a Drought, 1963 to 1964’, Environment and History, accepted (to be published in 2024).

Greatrex, Jack and Mok, Florence, 'Catchwater Colonialism: Reshaping Hong Kong's Hydrology, Infrastructure, Metabolism and Landscape, 1937 to 1983', Urban History, published online first in (2024).

Ng, Michael, Mok, Florence, Wong, John and Wu, Wallace, ‘Hearts and Minds in Hong Kong’s New Territories: Agriculture and Vegetable Marketing in a Cold War Borderland, circa 1946-1967’, Modern Asian Studies, 57:6 (2023), pp. 1931-58.

Mok, Florence, ‘Disseminating and Containing Communist Propaganda to Overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia through Hong Kong, the Cold War Pivot, 1949-1960’, The Historical Journal: 65:5 (2022), pp. 1397-1417.

Mok, Florence, ‘Town Talk: Enhancing the “Eyes and Ears” of the Colonial State in British Hong Kong, 1950s-1975’, Historical Research, 95:268 (2022), pp. 287-308.

Mok, Florence, ‘Chinese Illicit Immigration into Colonial Hong Kong, c. 1970-1980’, The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 49:2 (2021), pp. 339-367.

Mok, Florence, ‘Public Opinion Polls and Covert Colonialism in British Hong Kong’, China Information, 33:1 (Mar, 2019), pp. 66-87.

Book Reviews

Mok, Florence, (Book Review) 'Hong Kong Takes Flight: Commercial Aviation and the Making of a Global Hub, 1930–1998 by John D. Wong' , China Quarterly (online first).

Mok, Florence, (Book Review) 'Made in Hong Kong: Transpacific Networks and a New History of Globalization by Peter E. Hamilton’, The China Quarterly, 248:1 (Dec, 2021), pp. 1238-1239.

Mok, Florence, (Book Review) ‘Underground Front: The Chinese Communist Party in Hong Kong (Second Edition) by Christine Loh’, Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong, 59 (Oct, 2019), pp. 247-249.
Books
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Mok, Florence, Covert Colonialism: Governance, Surveillance and Political Culture in British Hong Kong, c. 1966-97, (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2023).

Mok, Florence and Fung, Chi Keung Charles (eds.), A New Documentary History of Hong Kong, c. 1945-1997, (Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, accepted).
Book Chapters
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Mok, Florence, ‘An Overview of State-society Relations in Colonial Hong Kong’, in Handbook of Hong Kong Studies (Routledge, forthcoming)

Mok, Florence and Fung, Chi Keung Charles, 'Introduction: Hong Kong’s History Redux: Recent Trends and New Departures', in A New Documentary History of Hong Kong, c. 1945-1997 (Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, forthcoming)

Hampton, Mark and Mok, Florence, ‘Remembering British Rule: The Uses of Colonial Memory in Hong Kong Movements, 1997–2019’, in Matthew Roberts (ed.), Memory and Modern British Politics: Commemoration, Tradition and Legacy, 1789 to the Present (London: Bloomsbury, 2023), pp. 257-273.
Opinions & Commentaries
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Mok, Florence, ‘Remembering Colonial Hong Kong: Memory vs History’, The Diplomat (1 Aug, 2023)

Mok, Florence, ‘Hong Kong Protests: How Did We Get Here?’,The Diplomat (21 Jun, 2019).