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Year Nationality Name Position Then Topic of Research Plan
2015
Argentina Ana Carolina Hosne
Marie Curie Experienced Researcher of the Gerda Henkel Foundation
Assistant Professor
Words and images: the different approaches to and expressions of memory in the Jesuit mission to China (16th-17th Centuries)
2014
Japan ARAKI TATSUO
Department of Chinese langage and literture, University of Tokyo
Ph. D. Candidate
A research of forming of "Shuihu-chuan"
2014
USA Clinton, Margaret
Department of History, Middlebury College
Assistant Professor
Revolutionary Nativism: Fascism and Culture in China, 1925-1937
2014
Canada Elaine Wong
University of Texas at San Antonio
Lecturer
A Missing Link: Taiwan Visual Poetry and the International Concrete Poetry Movement
2014
Czech Republic Barbora Platzerová
Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Law, Department of Legal History
Ph. D. Candidate
Chinese family law in the 20th century and the influence of the Roman law on the Chinese family law
2014
New Zealand Limin Bai
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Associate Professor
Wang Hengtong and His Illustrated Primers,1902 - 1915
2014
Japan UCHIDA NAOFUMI
Department of Intercultural Studies, KYUSHU SANGYO UNIVERSITY
Associate Professor
The palace memorial politics and emperor's power during the Kang-xi Era of the Qing period
2014
Israel Einor Keinan-Segev
Harvard University
Ph. D. Candidate
Water Stages: Aquatic Theaters, Imperial Excursions, and other Floating Pleasures
2014
Korea Ik-sang Eom
Hanyang University, Seoul
Professor
From YR Chao to PH Ting and his Colleagues: Tung's School of Chinese Phonology
2014
Australia Isabel (Yanjun) Wang
University of Tasmania, Australia
Assistant Professor
The integration of Chinese culture into teaching Chinese as a second language (TCSL) in Taiwan