Meiting Li (Mei) joined the Department of International Relations as an Assistant Professor in International Relations in September 2013. Prior to that, she had successfully completed her doctoral degree study in University of Exeter. Her thesis entitled China, Pariah Status and International Society took a socio-historical approach towards the phenomenon of pariah statehood and social stratification in international society, and provided an empirical investigation into China’s status change in international society since 1840s. Her current research focuses are: normative studies in IR, Historical Sociology in International Relations and comparative studies of IR scholarship. Her teaching philosophy centres on encouraging students to develop independent and critical thinking whilst being open to and tolerant of different ideas. Her module design and teaching strategies are guided by‘student-oriented’and‘research-led’pedagogy in higher education.
Honors & Awards
2014/9 Best Student Paper Award of the 2014 International Conference of Financial Engineering, IAENG International Association of Engineers, The World Congress on Engineering 2014
2014/04 Excellent Teaching Award of Xiamen University
2013/12 Secondary teaching achievement award of Xiamen University
2012/12 First prize at 7th youth scholars teaching skill competition of Xiamen University
蒂姆·邓恩与李美婷合著，李美婷译，“中国崛起为负责任大国”，见刘德斌 编，《英国学派理论与国际关系史研究》（北京：北京大学出版社, 2011），pp. 178-193。
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