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Year Nationality Name Position Then Topic of Research Plan
2014
USA Emily Mokros
Johns Hopkins University
Ph. D. Candidate
The Capital Gazette (dibao) and the Production of Imperial, Private, and Urban Narratives in Qing Beijing
2014
Lithuania Kristina Karvelyte
Institute of Communication Studies, University of Leeds, UK
Ph. D. Candidate
Branding a Global Creative City in Greater China: A Case Study of Shanghai, Hong Kong and Taipei
Japan
Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, the University of Tokyo
Ph. D. Candidate
2014
Germany Katrin Weiss
Ludwig Maximilians University Munich
Ph. D. Candidate
The historical novel Kaipi yanyi and the construction of antiquity in the late Ming dynasty
2014
Turkey Gonca Unal Chiang
Ph. D. Candidate
The Origin of Metaphysical Thought of Lao-tzu
2014
UK Jonathan Chappell
University of Bristol
Ph. D. Candidate
The Taiping Intervention: The Understanding and Practice of Foreign Relations in Mid-Nineteenth Century China
2014
USA Eric Setzekorn
George Washington University
Ph. D. Candidate
Republic of China-United States Military Partnership, 1955-2012
2014
Russia Sergey Vradiy
Archeology and Ethnology of Peoples of the Far East, Russia Academy of Sciences Far Eastern Branch Institute of History, Russia
Professor
Qing Scholar-Officials Introduce Knowledge about Western Countries into Nineteenth-Century Korea
2014
USA Chun, Tarryn Li-Min
Harvard University
Ph. D. Candidate
Locomotive Stagecraft: Performance Technologies and the Theatrical Production of Chinese Modernity
2014
USA Johnathan Edwin Eugene Pettit
University of California, Berkeley
Associate Researcher
Temple Construction in Taiwan: A Case Study of Yiguan Dao