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Year Nationality Name Institution Position Topic of Research Plan Tenure
2018 Australia Haruka Nomura Australian National University Ph. D. Candidate Chinese Visions of World Order, 1860–94 2018/1~2018/6
2018 Czech Republic Iveta Nakladalova Gerda Henkel Stiftung (Germany)/Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona (Spain) Post-doctoral Research “Almost a different world: The Early Modern theory of Christian mission in China” 2018/7~2018/12
2018 France Kerfant Céline University Rovira i Virgili Ph. D. Candidate A comparative study of craft traditions in the Batanes Islands, Philippines and the Lanyu Island, Taiwan 2018/2~2018/7
2018 Germany Guggenmos Esther-Maria Institute for Near Eastern and East Asian Languages and Civilizations, University Erlangen-Nuremberg Professor Buddhism and Prediction – On the Zhancha Shan’e Yebao Jing 占察善惡業報經 and its Cultural Transmission 2018/9~2018/11
2018 Germany Leon Nelson Kunz SOAS, University of London Ph. D. Candidate Deliberative Democracy in Social Movements in Taiwan and Hong Kong 2018/1~2018/5
2018 Israel Ernest Kozin Tel-Aviv University Ph. D. Candidate Religious and Martial Practice in Late-Imperial and Contemporary China 2018/10~2018/12
2018 Israel Sharon Sanderovitch Tel Aviv University Post-doctoral Research Writing the Imperial Body in Han China 2018/10~2018/12
2018 Japan Reiko Shinno University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Professor Gendering Japanese Sinology: Yanagida Setsuko (1921-2006) as a Scholar-Activist 2018/9~2018/11
2018 Korea Yim Choon-sung the Department of Chinese Language & Culture, the College of Humanities, Mokpo National University Professor The Cultural Identity of Taipei through the Films of Edward Yang 2018/9~2018/12
2018 Republic of Kazakhstan Nurlan Kenzheakhmet Department of History, Philosophy and Religion | School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Nazarbayev University Professor Ming China and the Eurasian Countries in the Fifteenth-Sixteenth Centuries 2018/3~2018/6
2018 Russia Sergei Filonov Amur State University Professor Notion of the Netherworld in Daoism of Division Period (3-6 AD): Case study of the third chapter of Jiu zhen ming ke 九真明科 2018/7~2018/10
2018 Russia Marina Kuznetsova-Fetisova Institute of Oriental studies, Russian Academy of sciences Ph. D. Candidate Reciprocal influence of crafts in late Shang capital (XIV-XI cent. BC) 2018/5~2018/9
2018 Singapore Chung Chien-peng Lingnan University (Hong Kong) Professor Investigating the extent of “internal colonialism,” or state penetration, of Inner Mongolia, Tibet and Xinjiang by the Nationalist government of China 2018/12~2018/12
2018 USA J. Michael Farmer University of Texas at Dallas Associate Professor South of Mount Hua: An Annotated Translation and Study of Huayang guo zhi [Records of the States South of Mount Hua] 2018/9~2018/11
2018 USA Douglas L. Fix History Department , Reed College , USA Professor Transnational Entanglements on the South China Coast: Xiamen's Multinational Communitites,1841-1911. 2018/4~2018/4
2018 USA Judd C. Kinzley Department of History, University of Wisconsin-Madison USA Assistant Professor Foreign Aid to China and the Making of the Cold War Pacific,1944-1949. 2018/7~2018/8
2018 USA Jessica Ann Marinaccio Pacific Studies, Victoria University of Wellington. New Zealand Ph. D. Candidate Narratives of Image and Identity : Performative Cultural Diplomacy between Taiwan and Tuvalu. 2018/1~2018/3
2018 USA Aaron Kenna Reich University of Wisconsin–Madison Ph. D. Candidate Shaping the Heavens: Local Artisans and the Making of Daoist Visual Culture in Contemporary Taiwan 2018/4~2018/7
2018 USA Gregory M. Seiffert Princeton University, Department of Art and Archaeology Ph. D. Candidate The Album Format in Chinese Painting History 2018/7~2018/12
2018 USA Hoyt Cleveland Tillman School of International Letters & Cultures, Arizona State University, USA Professor Confucianism in China Today : Taking the World Zhu Family Association as a Case Study. 2018/2~2018/4
2018 Vietnam Dinh Thi Hong Thu Chinese Language and Culture Department University of Languages and International Studies Vietnam National University, Hanoi Post-doctoral Research Studying Foreign Language Testing at Taiwan University to Promote Foreign Language Teaching and Testing in Vietnam University 2018/7~2018/12
Year Nationality Name Institution Position Topic of Research Plan Tenure