Stacilee Ford

Gender Studies Programme


  • CRT 10.63


Dr. Stacilee Ford is a historian interested in Cultural History, Transnational American Studies, Transpacific Perspectives in Film, Gender and History, Transnational Feminist Studies, Sinophone and Asia Diaspora Histories, Interdisciplinary Pedagogy and the Cross-Cultural Classroom, Cross-Cultural Leadership and Intersectional Analysis of the 21st Century Workplace (with an emphasis on connections between generation, geography and gender), Narrative Research on Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives.

Research Interests

  • US Cultural History
  • Gender and History
  • American Studies
  • Transnational/Sinophone/Diasporic/Expatriate Narratives
  • Gender and Leadership
  • Hong Kong-US Connections


  • BA Brigham Young
  • EdM Harvard
  • EdD Columbia
  • PhD HKU

Selected Publications

  • Hit the Road, Jack: Essays on the Culture of the American Road (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2012.) Anthology edited with Gordon E. Slethaug.
  • “Troubling American Women”: Gender and National Identity in Hong Kong (Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2011.)
  • Mabel Cheung Yuen-ting’s “An Autumn’s Tale” (New Hong Kong Film Series: Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2008).


GEND2003. Gender, generation, and leadership

GEND2005. Religion, gender, and sexuality