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Year Nationality Name Position Then Topic of Research Plan
2015
Germany Joern Peter Grundmann
The University of Edinburgh, Asian Studies
Ph. D. Candidate
The Poetics of Ritual Exchange in Early China
2015
Philippines Clark L. Alejandrino
Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA
Ph. D. Candidate
Storm Clouds over China: Typhoons and Society in Late Imperial and Modern China
2015
Canada James Bonk
The College of Wooster
Assistant Professor
Commemoration Decentered: The Building of Prefectural Shrines for the War Dead in the Early Nineteenth Century Qing Empire
2015
USA Timothy Clifford
University of Pennsylvania
Ph. D. Candidate
Adapting Ancient Prose for Modern Writers: Reading, Editing, and Printing Classical Prose Anthologies in the Late Ming and Early Qing
2015
Italy Ester Bianchi
University of Perugia, Dipartimento di Filosofia, Scienze sociali, umane e della formazione
Researcher
“戒律復興:Vinaya revival in contemporary China”
2015
USA Sarah J. Babcock
University of California, Santa Barbara
Ph. D. Candidate
"A Monk’s Miscellany: The Convergence of Song Dynasty Literati Culture and Chan Buddhism in Juefan Huihong’s Nighttime Chats in Chilly Studio"
2015
Germany Frederik H. Green
San Francisco State University
Assistant Professor
Xu Xu (徐訏) and Transnational Chinese Romanticism: Cosmopolitanism, Nationalism and Nostalgia in Literature and Film, 1930-1960
2015
Germany Elisabeth FORSTER
University of Oxford
Ph. D. Candidate
The Invention of the New Culture Movement
2015
UK Toby Lincoln
University of Leicester
Lecturer
History of urban planning in China throughout the twentieth century.
2015
Japan HIROKI INOUE
AOYAMAGAKUIN UNIVERSITY, GRADUATE SCHOOL OF LITERATURE
Ph. D. Candidate