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Current Grant Recipients

Year Nationality Name Institution Position Topic of Research Plan Tenure
2022 USA Moonsil L. Kim Rhode Island College Associate Professor Feasting of Early China through Texts, Law, and Archaeology 2022/7~2022/11
2022 Germany Thilo Diefenbach Hefte für ostasiatische Literatur (Journal of East Asian Literature) Other Further research for a "History of Taiwan's Literatures" 2022/10~2022/11
2022 Canada Daniel Fried University of Alberta Associate Professor Early Print Culture of the Northern Song 2022/5~2022/7
UK Aoife Cantrill The University of Oxford Ph. D. Candidate Translating Kōminka: Shaping narratives of Japanese rule in Taiwan through translation (1979-2017)
2022 Japan Tatsuro Aratake Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences Tokushima Univ Professor 2022/7~2022/9
2022 Japan Tsuchiya Taisuke Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences, Niigata University Associate Professor The Intellectual History of Chan Buddhism and the Evolution of “Encounter Dialogue” in the Tang Dynasty 2022/7~2022/9
2022 USA Sarah Plovnick University of California, Berkeley Ph. D. Candidate Sounding Through the Firewall: A Narrative of Communication Between Taiwan and China 2022/4~2022/8
2022 USA Tyler Feezell 亞利桑那州立大學 Ph. D. Candidate Daoism and Cultural Performance: "Pacing the Void" Ideas in Tang Dynasty Poetry and Daoist Ritual 2022/3~2022/7
2022 USA Kevin Kind Johns Hopkins University Ph. D. Candidate Military Occupation, Forced Labor, and Local Security in Late Qing Xinjiang, 1877-1912 2022/8~2022/12
2022 USA Christopher Chan University of California, Berkeley Ph. D. Candidate The Politics and Poetics of “Green” Infrastructures as Techno-Aesthetic Strategies of Ecological Futures in Taiwan 2022/3~2022/7
2022 India Ayushman Baruah Department of History, University of Toronto Ph. D. Candidate Qing Empire and the Making of a Himalayan Borderland: Imperial Agents, Maps, and, Geopolitics, 1850-1912 2022/8~2022/12
2022 Japan Koji Hirata University of Cambridge Assistant Professor Mao's Steelworks: Industrial Manchuria and the Making of Chinese Socialism 2022/12~2022/12
2022 Sweden Victor Bogren Svensson Lund University, Centre for Languages and Literature Ph. D. Candidate 關於布農語狀語動詞的分析及研究 2022/9~2022/12
2022 Korea Songjoo Kim University of Melbourne Assistant Professor Deforestation in the Early Anthropocene: The Ecological Consciousness of Song Dynasty Literati 2022/5~2022/9
Year Nationality Name Institution Position Topic of Research Plan Tenure