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Year Nationality Name Position Then Topic of Research Plan
2017
UK Qing CAO
School of Modern Languages and Cultures, Durham University, UK
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
UK Kai-Ho SO
Department of History, St Antony's College, University of Oxford, UK
The Quest for Survival and Stability: The Making of the Foreign Policy of the Republic of China on Taiwan, 1958-1979
2017
UK Gary Chi-hung LUK
China Centre, University of Oxford, UK
Water Borders: Ethnicities, Empires, and Trades in Late Imperial and Modern China’s Littorals
2017
USA Keith CLARK
History Department, Northwestern University, USA
Defining China: Beijing, Taipei, and the United Nations “China Seat,” 1949-1979
2017
USA James Morris HARGETT
Department of East Asian Studies, University at Albany, State University of New York, USA
History of Travel Literature in Imperial China
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
2017
Canada Todd KLAIMAN
Centre for China Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
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
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
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