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Year Nationality Name Position Then Topic of Research Plan
Andrew KUECH
Politics and Historical Studies, New School University, USA
Imagining “America” in the Development of Nationalist and Communist China, 1949-1965
2017
USA Emily MOKROS
Department of History, Albion College, USA
Commerce and the Court in the Decline of the Qing Empire
2017
USA John THOMPSON
East Asian Languages and Cultures, Columbia University, USA
The Mass and the Majesty: Technology, Politics and the Bombing of Chongqing
USA Jimmy Yu
Florida State University
Associate Professor
當代漢傳佛教:中華襌法鼓宗的建設
2016
USA Ari Daniel Levine
Department of History, University of Georgia, USA
Associate Professor
Cultural Memory and Urban Space in Song Dynasty Kaifeng
2016
India Prashant Kumar SINGH
Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA), New Delhi
Associate Researcher
Xi Jinping’s Fight against Corruption: Political Reforms or Consolidation?
2016
Germany Alexander KAIS
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Ph. D. Candidate
Legal Pluralism, Reform Politics, and Ethnic Tensions: The Zongli Yamen in the Qing Empire
2016
Thailand Saeli RAMPHAI
Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University
Ph. D. Candidate
2016
Germany Axel SCHNEIDER
Centre for Modern East Asian Studies, Göttingen University
Professor
Conservative Critique of and Reflection on Modern Notions of Time and History
2016
UK Shiuon CHU
Brown University
Ph. D. Candidate
The Price of Learning: Essay Competitions and Monetary Rewards in Qing Academies (18th Century to 20th Century)