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Year Nationality Name Position Then Topic of Research Plan
2020
France Boittout Joachim
Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS)
Ph. D. Candidate
Individual Torments and Collective Passions in Republican China. Literature in Classical Language and the Formation of an Emotional Public Sphere (1903-1918)
2020
India Sudhasmita Sahoo
Utkal University
Ph. D. Candidate
Language and Ethnic Identity in Taiwan: A Study of Decreasing Native Language and its Impact on the Present Generation
2020
USA Chuck Wooldridge
Associate Professor, Lehman College (City University of New York), and Research Scholar, Weatherhead East Asia Institute, Columbia University
Associate Professor
Cultures of Maintenance and Repair in Northern Taiwan: A Study of Temples and Religious Practice
2019
Japan Kuroda Akinobu
Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, University of Tokyo
Professor
Revisiting history of Chinese currencies: from the viewpoint of complementarity among monies
2019
Russia Vladimir Kurdyumov
Moscow City University
Professor
Typology and Theory of Chinese Grammar for Students of Taiwan Universities
2019
Japan Naoki Watanabe
Musashi University
Professor
Comparative Research on Proletarian Literature in Colonial Taiwan and Colonial Korea: in relation to Hometown Literature Controversy(鄕土文學論爭) and Art Popularization Controversy(藝術大衆化論爭) in 1930s’
2019
Singapore Zhang Songjian
Division of Chinese, School of Humanities, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Assistant Professor
The Influence of Modern Taiwanese Poetry on Singapore
USA Hou-mei Sung
Cincinnati Art Museum
Professor
Decoding Chinese Horse Painting
USA Rebecca E. Karl
New York University
Professor
The worlds of Economic Thinking in China's Twentieth Century
2019
USA Jia-Chen Fu
Emory University
Assistant Professor
Anger in a Time of War: Psychology and the Problem of Child Emotional Development in China, 1937-1949