SFU Researcher Directory

SFU David Lam Centre provides financial support for DLC Members (and their graduate students) to organize events and projects that conform to the purpose of the Centre. View our funding policy for details and the application form.

This website serves as a single portal to all Simon Fraser University scholars with research interests related to Asia, whether in its geographic context or in relation to diasporic, social, economic, political and cultural contexts. Since the institution has no department dedicated exclusively to the study of Asia, related research is currently conducted by a number of scholars across four faculties and twenty-one departments, centres and schools.

It is hoped that this resource will help foster research connections within the university and between SFU and other research institutions. If you are an SFU scholar currently conducting research in a field related to Asia, and your name is not listed on this page, please contact David Lam Centre at dlcadmin@sfu.ca.

We also welcome updates on research and fieldwork, lectures, conferences, publications, new courses, project summaries and notes, news of partnerships, as well as notice of SFU faculty terms as visiting scholars and funding opportunities for faculty and students.

Items should be no more than 50-75 words and sent to dlcadmin@sfu.ca. Associated longer documents can be submitted using Word format.   

View researchers:

Archaeology, Department of

Beedie School of Business

The China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development

Contemporary Arts, School for the

Communication, School of

David Lam Centre

Economics, Department of

Education, Faculty of

English, Department of

Gender, Sexuality & Women's Studies, Department of

Geography, Department of 

Gerontology, Department of

Health Sciences, Faculty of

History, Department of

Humanities, Department of

International Studies, School for

Language Training Institute

Linguistics, Department of

Political Science, Department of

Psychology, Department of

Public Policy, School of

Resource and Environmental Management, School of

Sociology and Anthropology, Department of

World Literature Program