Dr. Jing Iris Hu, Department of Philosophy
Ph.D.: Duke University, North Carolina (2017)
M.Phil.: The Chinese University of Hong Kong (2008)
B.A.: Wuhan University (2006)
Jing Hu is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Concordia University. Her research facilitates a cross-cultural and interdisciplinary dialogue between Confucianism and Western ethics through a close study of moral emotions and virtues such as sympathy/empathy, honesty, and shame. She also studies the cultivation and education of these emotions in public lives.
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M.Sc. (John Molson School of Business, Concordia University)