Ian Morley is an Associate Professor in the Department of History, and Associate Professor (by Courtesy) on CUHK’s Urban Studies Programme.
He has published widely on the design of built environments, participated in TV documentaries for The Discovery Channel and Voom!, as well as been interviewed by The Wall Street Journal Asia, The Los Angeles Times, Southeast Asia Globe, La Stampa and the US’ National Public Radio. In addition, he has contributed to media outlets such as Hong Kong News, South China Morning Post, Al Jazeera, and Agence France Presse.
He currently is an editorial board member of the Brill book series Studies in Architecture and Urban History, an editorial board member of Planning Perspectives as well as a council member of the International Planning History Society (IPHS).
He has been a Visiting Fellow at the University of Sydney (Australia), University College Dublin (Ireland), the Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (Brazil), and Free University Berlin (Germany). In 2018 he was awarded the Global Architectural History Teaching Collaborative Global Connections Fellowship, and attended CEPT University, Ahmedabad, India.
He is the recipient of the 2010, 2011, 2014, and 2016 History Department Teaching Award. In 2010, 2011, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 he was awarded the Faculty of Arts Outstanding Teaching Award. In 2014 he was a successful applicant to CUHK’s International Partnership Development Programme and Short-Term Faculty Exchange Programme (both undertaken at Brown University, USA), and in 2020 he will visit the University of Western Australia (in Perth, Australia). He has been awarded two General Research Fund grants from Hong Kong’s Research Grants Council, four CUHK Courseware Development Grants, plus one CUHK Micro-Module Courseware Development Grant, two UGC/CUHK Teaching Development and Language Enhancement Grants, and one CUHK Special Funding Scheme for Online Learning. In late-2015/early-2016 he curated an exhibition at the CUHK University Library on ‘The History of the Philippines in Flags and Maps’, and 2017 he was convenor of the conference Southeast Asia in Evolution: Trans-Pacific Agency and the City, c. 1850-1941.
|2020-2022||Digital Humanities in the World History Curriculum: Language Analysis of Colonial Impacts in Asia.
UGC, Teaching Development and Language Enhancement Grant
|2020||Co-Ordinating Student Learning Perceptions via Expanding Online Teaching Activities
CUHK Special Funding Scheme for Online Learning