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Year Nationality Name Position Then Topic of Research Plan
Republic of Kazakhstan Nurlan Kenzheakhmet
Department of History, Philosophy and Religion | School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Nazarbayev University
Ming China and the Eurasian Countries in the Fifteenth-Sixteenth Centuries
Germany Guggenmos Esther-Maria
Institute for Near Eastern and East Asian Languages and Civilizations, University Erlangen-Nuremberg
Buddhism and Prediction – On the Zhancha Shan’e Yebao Jing 占察善惡業報經 and its Cultural Transmission
Korea Yim Choon-sung
the Department of Chinese Language & Culture, the College of Humanities, Mokpo National University
The Cultural Identity of Taipei through the Films of Edward Yang
Canada Joshua Sidney Stenberg
Department of Chinese Studies, University of Sydney
Border-Crossing Puppets: Taiwanese Potehi as a Transnational Form
Singapore Chung Chien-peng
Lingnan University (Hong Kong)
Investigating the extent of “internal colonialism,” or state penetration, of Inner Mongolia, Tibet and Xinjiang by the Nationalist government of China
Czech Republic Iveta Nakladalova
Gerda Henkel Stiftung (Germany)/Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona (Spain)
“Almost a different world: The Early Modern theory of Christian mission in China”
USA J. Michael Farmer
University of Texas at Dallas
South of Mount Hua: An Annotated Translation and Study of Huayang guo zhi [Records of the States South of Mount Hua]
USA Shutz, Joe Travis
State University of New York at Binghamton
Raising Tigers Courts Disaster: Mass Violence and Ming-Era State-Society Relations, 1540-1580
USA Gregory M. Seiffert
Princeton University, Department of Art and Archaeology
The Album Format in Chinese Painting History
Israel Ernest Kozin
Tel-Aviv University
Religious and Martial Practice in Late-Imperial and Contemporary China