Narine Kerelian received her PhD in social sciences from the University of Hong Kong in 2018. Her research interests lie at the intersection of (im)migration and social policy, with particular interest in diversity and social cohesion.
- Migration and diversity
- Social policy
- Multiculturalism and social cohesion
- University of Hong Kong, PhD in Social Science, 2018
- Middlebury Institute of International Studies, MA in International Policy Studies, 2009
- UC Santa Barbara, BA in Global Studies and French, 2006
- Academic Year Adjunct Lecturer, Santa Clara University
- Lecturer, The Education University of Hong Kong
- Research Assistant, Hang Seng University of Hong Kong
- Program Coordinator of Global Internships, The University of Hong Kong
- Arat, G., & Kerelian, N. N. (2022). The COVID-19 pandemic in Hong Kong: Exploring the gaps in COVID-19 prevention practices from a social justice framework. The British Journal of Social Work.
- Arat, G., Kerelian, N. N., & Dhar, M. (2022). Multiculturalism with Hong Kong characteristics: A qualitative study. Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race, 1–21.
- Arat, G., & Kerelian, N. N. (2019). The promotion of socially inclusive East Asian society: The Hong Kong case. Journal of Human Rights and Social Work.
- Arat, G., & Kerelian, N. N. (2019). Reshaping the social work education system towards cultural competency: The Hong Kong case. International Social Work, 62(1), 316-329.
- Kerelian, N. N. & Jordan, L.P. (2018). Together separately? Young transmigrant professionals in 'Asia's World City'. Applied Mobilities, 1-20.