Visiting research fellow
I received my Ph.D. in Law from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2013, and worked for domestic grassroots and international human rights NGOs for four years. My research is focused on criminal justice, human rights, and political-legal development in China. I am the author of the book Criminal Reconciliation (xingshi hejie) in Contemporary China: An Empirical and Analytical Enquiry (Edward Elgar, 2016) and multiple articles published in The Journal of Comparative Law, Columbia Journal of Asian Law, International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family and Journal of Contemporary Asia etc. Some of my publications can be seen at my SSRN Page: https://ssrn.com/author=864592
While visiting the Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies from November 2020 to April 2021, I am embarking on research on feminist criminology and a report with Scholars at Risk on academic freedom.
Displaying of publications. Sorted by year, then title.
- The Family as a Stronghold of State Stability : Two Contradictions in China’s Anti-Domestic Violence EffortsJue Jiang
(2019) International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family, 33 p.228-251
- Women’s Rights and Gender Equality in China : The Development and Struggle in Chains of State FeminismJue Jiang
(2019) Handbook on Human Rights in China , p.253-273
(2017) The China Quarterly, 229 p.235-236
- Legal and Political Rights Advocacy in Wrongful Conviction Death Penalty Cases in China : A Study of the Leping Case of InjusticeJue Jiang
(2016) Columbia Journal of Asian Law, 29 p.96-145
- Buying “Leniency,” Selling “justice”? : A Critical Discussion of “Criminal Reconciliation” (xingshi hejie) Under China’s Revised Criminal Procedural LawJue Jiang
(2015) Journal of Comparative Law, 10 p.189-217