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Year Nationality Name Institution Position Topic of Research Plan Tenure
2017 France Judith PERNIN French Centre for Research on Contemporary China (CEFC), Hong Kong Post-doctoral Research Post-2000 Documentary Films in Taiwan and Hong Kong: Identity, Politics and the Aesthetics of Protest 2017/6~2017/11
2017 Germany Philip CLART Department of East Asian Studies, University of Leipzig, Germany Professor Religious Museums in Taiwan 2017/8~2017/10
2017 Germany Axel SCHNEIDER Centre for Modern East Asian Studies, Gottingen University, Germany Professor Conservative Critique of the Reflection on Modern Notions of Time and History 2017/7~2017/9
2017 Germany Jacob Friedemann TISCHER Institute of East Asian Studies-Chinese Studies, Free University Berlin, Germany Ph. D. Candidate Replace Gold with Rice – Environmentalism and Popular Religious Practices in Contemporary Taiwan 2017/6~2017/9
2017 India Manas GHOSH Department of Film Studies, Jadavpur University, India Assistant Professor Postcolonial Cinematic Spaces: A Comparative Study of Mani Kaul and Hou Hsiao-hsien 2017/5~2017/10
2017 Japan Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Tsukuba Ph. D. Candidate 2017/8~2017/12
2017 Korea Hyeju JEONG Department of History, Duke University, USA Ph. D. Candidate Between Shanghai and Mecca: Community, Network and Politics of Chinese Muslim Diasporas in the Twentieth Century 2017/8~2017/11
2017 Nigeria Charles AKWEN Department of English, University of Lagos, Nigeria Ph. D. Candidate Self and Place: Negotiating Identities through the Narratives of Chinese Poetry from Taiwan
2017 Singapore Ying-kit CHAN East Asian Studies, Princeton University, USA Ph. D. Candidate Bankers for the Poor: A Social History of the Chinese Pawnshop in Qing-Republican Guangzhou 2017/9~2017/11
2017 Thailand Jiranuwat SWASPITCHAYASKUN Department of Eastern Asia Languages, Faculty of Humanities, Naresuan University, Thailand Assistant Professor The New Trend in the Study of Southeast Asian Languages: A Case Study of Thai Language Learning in Taiwan 2017/5~2017/8
2017 UK Qing CAO School of Modern Languages and Cultures, Durham University, UK Associate Professor The Language of Radicalism in Late Qing China: A Corpus-based Critical Discourse Analysis of the Great Press Debate between Minbao and Xinmin Congbao, 1906-1907 2017/8~2017/10
2017 UK Kai-Ho SO Department of History, St Antony's College, University of Oxford, UK Ph. D. Candidate The Quest for Survival and Stability: The Making of the Foreign Policy of the Republic of China on Taiwan, 1958-1979 2017/3~2017/6
2017 UK Gary Chi-hung LUK China Centre, University of Oxford, UK Post-doctoral Research Water Borders: Ethnicities, Empires, and Trades in Late Imperial and Modern China’s Littorals 2017/4~2017/8
2017 USA Keith CLARK History Department, Northwestern University, USA Ph. D. Candidate Defining China: Beijing, Taipei, and the United Nations “China Seat,” 1949-1979 2017/8~2017/11
2017 USA James Morris HARGETT Department of East Asian Studies, University at Albany, State University of New York, USA Professor History of Travel Literature in Imperial China 2017/1~2017/4
2017 USA Scott RELYEA Department of History, Appalachian State University, USA Assistant Professor Learning to Be Colonial: "Effective Occupation" and Early Twentieth Century Chinese Settlement of Eastern Tibe
  
Alternative Candidates
Year Nationality Name Institution Position Topic of Research Plan Tenure
2017 Canada Todd KLAIMAN Centre for China Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Ph. D. Candidate Cultural and Religious Exchange through Buddhist Patronage and Fundraising Practices in Fujian and Taiwan during the late-Qing to early-Republican Period
2017 France Fiona SZE-LORRAIN 獨立研究學者 Post-doctoral Research Contemporary Taiwanese Poetry and the Difficulties of Translation: Ling Yu and Hung Hung
2017 Italy Giacomo BAGGIO Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Groningen, the Netherlands Ph. D. Candidate The Commentary on the Vimalakīrtinirdeśa 注維摩詰經 [T 1775] by Sengzhao 僧肇, Kumārajīva 鳩摩羅什, Daosheng 道生 and Daorong 道融: Study of an Important Source on Chinese Medieval Buddhism
2017 Japan Yusuke ITO Graduate School of Letters,Kyoto University Ph. D. Candidate
2017 Republic of Kazakhstan Nurlan KENZHEAKHMET China Studies Center, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Nazarbayev University, Republic of Kazakhstan Professor Ming China and the Eurasian Countries in the Fifteenth-Sixteenth Centuries
2017 Korea Najung KIM Department of Art and Art History, Stanford University, USA Ph. D. Candidate Displaced Landscape: Social Figuration of Ni Zan (1301-1374)
2017 Malaysia Chuan ling YONG Asia Europe Institute, University of Malaya, Malaysia Ph. D. Candidate Gender Equity in Taiwan Education: A Case Study of the Implementation of Gender Equity Education Act (GEEA)
2017 Netherlands Tobias BURGERS Otto-Suhr-Institute, Free University, Berlin, Germany Ph. D. Candidate Digitally Empowered Youth: How Digital Technology Fuels Political Empowerment and Participation among Youth in Taiwan, and How It Can Serve as a Model for Youth Empowerment in East-Asia
2017 Poland Grazyna PIECHOTA Faculty of Management and Social Communication, Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University, Poland Assistant Professor Taiwan's Civil Society and Its Input in the Development of a Global Civil Society
2017 Russia Roman ZAYTSEV Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO), Russia Assistant Professor The Taiwanese Language Codification and Its Role in the Language Maintenance Policy of Taiwan
2017 Sweden Liang LUO College of Arts and Science, University of Kentucky, USA Associate Professor The Humanity of the Non-Human: Gender, Media, and Political Transgressions of the White Snake
2017 USA Devin FITZGERALD History and East Asian Languages, Harvard University, USA Chinese Information Practices and the Making of the Early Modern World
2017 USA Beata GRANT Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Washington University in St. Louis, USA Professor A Modern Woman Becomes a Buddhist Nun in 20th Century China: Zhang Ruzhao 張汝釗(1900-1969)
2017 USA Ari Larissa HEINRICH Literature Faculty, University of California, San Diego (UCSD), USA The History of Controversies around Human Body Exhibits in Taiwan
2017 USA Emily MOKROS Department of History, Albion College, USA Ph. D. Candidate Commerce and the Court in the Decline of the Qing Empire
2017 USA John THOMPSON East Asian Languages and Cultures, Columbia University, USA Ph. D. Candidate The Mass and the Majesty: Technology, Politics and the Bombing of Chongqing