Pun Ngai is an Honorary Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Hong Kong. She received her PhD from University of London, SOAS in 1998. She is the winner of 2006 C. Wright Mills Award for her book, “Made in China: Women Factory Workers in a Global Workplace” (Duke University Press, 2005). Made in China is widely used as required reading in major universities in America, Europe and Asia. Together with Dying for Apple: Foxconn and Chinese Workers (co-authored with Jenny Chan and Mark Selden, 2016), these two texts have been translated into German, French, Italian, Spanish, Polish and Chinese. Two of her Chinese books were also awarded Hong Kong Book Prize 2007 and 2011 as the top ten popular book, widely read in Hong Kong and Mainland China.
She published extensively and cross- disciplinary in journals in the areas of sociology, anthropology, labor Studies, China Studies and cultural Studies. Her articles appeared in Sociology, Sociological Review, British Journal of Sociology of Education, Current Sociology, Global Labor Journal, Work, Employment and Society, The China Quarterly, Modern China, and The China Journal, Positions, Public Culture Cultural Anthropology, Dialectical Anthropology and Information, Communication and Society.Pun, Ngai, & Koo Anita. (2019). Double contradiction of schooling: Class reproduction and working class agency at vocational schools in China. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 40, 50–64.
Please see Dr. Ngai’s profile at the University of Hong Kong for her current research and many publications. The above information is from her profile page there.