Established in 1991, the School of Humanities and Social
Science has over 50 professorial faculty in 12 disciplines
who focus primarily on China in comparative perspective,
as embodied in our new undergraduate major in Global
Chinese Studies: Humanities and Social Science, launched in 2011. The Division
of Humanities includes faculty in anthropology, arts,
history, linguistics, literature and philosophy; and
the Division of Social Science includes faculty in economics,
geography, political science, psychology and sociology as well as Science, Technology & Society (STS).
Recently, in 2012 QS Asian University Rankings (by faculty), our School rank #10 and #29 in Social Sciences & Management and Arts & Humanities representatively.