Dr Zhuo Min Huang

Lecturer in Education

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PhD (Education), MSc (TESOL), MBA, BA (Hons) TESL

I am Lecturer in Intercultural Education at the Manchester Institute of Education. My research expertise focuses broadly on intercultural education and creative methods for educational research. I am particularly interested in students' intercultural experience, intercultural personhood, mindfulness, epistemic injustice, intercultural ethics, and creative research methods. I currently supervise PhD students in these areas

I primarily teach on the MA International Education where I lead the EDUC70621 course unit Intercultural Communication in Education. I am also the Programme Director of the MA International Education. 


Main Research interests

Intercultural Education:

  • Intercultural Ethics and Epistemic Injustice
  • Mindfulness
  • Intercultural Personhood
  • Intercultural Experience 
  • Intercultural Education, students' intercultural experience

Creative Methodology:

  • Imagination 
  • Visual arts 
  • Music
  • Experiential activities 


Research Network

Executive committee member at International Association for Languages and Intercultural Communication 




Areas of expertise

Education / academic qualifications

  • 2019 - Doctor of Education, The University of Manchester

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