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Year Nationality Name Position Then Topic of Research Plan
Korea Inhye Han
Ewha Womans University
Exploiting the Old Empire: Transcolonial Literature and Film in East Asia, 1919-1945
Belgium Nicolas Standaert
Catholic University of Louvain
An Intercultural Communication Circuit of Books between China and Europe in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: The Establishment of In-Between Textual Communities
Germany Stefan Kramer
University of Cologne, Germany
Korea Kim Hanung
Independent Scholar
Between Nagas and Dragons: Contested Interactions between Tibetan and Chinese Rainmaking Rituals in Pre-modern Inner Asia
UK Chow, Sheryl Man-Ying
Princeton University, USA
Music, Science, and Western Learning: Music Theory in Early Qing China
USA Douglas L. Fix
History Department , Reed College , USA
Transnational Entanglements on the South China Coast: Xiamen's Multinational Communitites,1841-1911.
USA Hoyt Cleveland Tillman
School of International Letters & Cultures, Arizona State University, USA
Confucianism in China Today : Taking the World Zhu Family Association as a Case Study.
USA Judd C. Kinzley
Department of History, University of Wisconsin-Madison USA
Foreign Aid to China and the Making of the Cold War Pacific,1944-1949.
USA Jessica Ann Marinaccio
Pacific Studies, Victoria University of Wellington. New Zealand
Narratives of Image and Identity : Performative Cultural Diplomacy between Taiwan and Tuvalu.
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