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Year Nationality Name Position Then Topic of Research Plan
USA Moonsil L. Kim
Rhode Island College
Feasting of Early China through Texts, Law, and Archaeology
Germany Thilo Diefenbach
Hefte für ostasiatische Literatur (Journal of East Asian Literature)
Further research for a "History of Taiwan's Literatures"
Canada Daniel Fried
University of Alberta
Early Print Culture of the Northern Song
UK Aoife Cantrill
The University of Oxford
Translating Kōminka: Shaping narratives of Japanese rule in Taiwan through translation (1979-2017)
Japan Tatsuro Aratake
Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences Tokushima Univ
Japan Tsuchiya Taisuke
Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences, Niigata University
The Intellectual History of Chan Buddhism and the Evolution of “Encounter Dialogue” in the Tang Dynasty
USA Sarah Plovnick
University of California, Berkeley
Sounding Through the Firewall: A Narrative of Communication Between Taiwan and China
USA Tyler Feezell
Daoism and Cultural Performance: "Pacing the Void" Ideas in Tang Dynasty Poetry and Daoist Ritual
USA Kevin Kind
Johns Hopkins University
Military Occupation, Forced Labor, and Local Security in Late Qing Xinjiang, 1877-1912
USA Christopher Chan
University of California, Berkeley
The Politics and Poetics of “Green” Infrastructures as Techno-Aesthetic Strategies of Ecological Futures in Taiwan