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Grant Recipients, 2009~2010(Ⅱ)

Jun 06, 2010

Grant Recipients in the Domestic Region                 Unit: NT$

 

A. Collaborative Research Grants

 

1. Marcus Bingenheimer

Dharma Drum Buddhist College, with John Kieschnick of University of Bristol (UK)

“A Critical, Digital Edition of the Song gaoseng zhuan”

Grant amount: NT$1,800,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

2. Shu-juo Chen

Department of Human Development, Tzu Chi University, with Christopher M. Isett of University of Minnesota (USA)

“Nutrition and Well-being in Traditional China: An Anthropometric Study”

Grant amount: NT$2,000,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

3. Ting-ming Lai

Department of Information and Communications, Shih Hsin University, with Yong Tan of University of Washington (USA)

“The Age of Digital Convergence: An International Study on Chinese Media Usage, Sense of Community and Social Interaction”

Grant amount: NT$2,000,000

Grant period: 2 years

 

4. Da-chi Liao

Institute of Political Science, National Sun Yat-sen University, with Alexander H. Trechsel of European University Institute (Italy)

“Research Proposal: The Construction of the Taiwan Profiler”

Grant amount: NT$2,100,000

Grant period: 2 years

 

5. Feng-ju Lo

Department of Chinese Linguistics and Literature, Yuan Ze University, with Kazuko Sunaoka of Waseda University (Japan), et al.

“Building a Diachronic Language Knowledge-Base”

Grant amount: NT$3,500,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

B. Conference and Seminar Grants

 

1. Yin-chang Wu

Department of Psychology, National Taiwan University, with Masami Oda of Waseda University (Japan)

“The International Conference of 4th Asian Congress of Health Psychology”

Grant amount: NT$600,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Chien-wen Kou

Department of Political Science, National Chengchi University, with Xiao-wei Zang of University of Sheffield (UK)

“International Conference on Elites and Governance in China”

Grant amount: NT$1,000,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

C. Subsidies for Publication

 

1. Hong-zen Wang

Graduate Institute of Sociology, National Sun Yat-sen University, with Tak-wing Ngo of International Institute for Asian Studies (The Netherlands)

Politics of Difference in Taiwan

Grant amount: NT$300,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

D. Special Project Grants

 

1. Cheng-hwa Tsang

Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica

「安陽殷墟手工業及作坊綜合研究計畫」

Grant amount: NT$3,800,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

2. Karl Min Ku

Center for Chinese Studies

“The Chinese Studies Book Exhibition for the 18th Biennial Conference of the EACS”

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Li Chang

Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica

“The Chronological History of Chiang Ching-kuo”

Grant amount: NT$1,959,626 (each year)

Grant period: 2 years


 

Recipients in the American Region                      Unit: US$

 

A. Research Grants

 

1. Huai-yin Li

University of Texas at Austin

“Jiang Tingfu and the Historiography of Modern China”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 2 years

 

2. Michael Paschal

Association for Asian Studies

“CIAC Small Grants Program”

Grant amount: US$50,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

3. Ching-kwan Lee

University of California at Los Angeles

“The ‘Labor Question’ of Chinese Investments in Africa”

Grant amount: US$26,400

Grant period: 2 years

 

4. Josephine Chiu-Duke

University of British Columbia

“The Discourse of Democracy and Nationalism in Taiwan - A Study in Intellectual History”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 2 years

 

5. Chun-juan Nancy Wei

University of Bridgeport

“Rationality, Misperception and Political Contexts: Cross-Taiwan-Strait Relationships as a Nested Game”

Grant amount: US$9,000

Grant period: 2 years

 

6. Kin-yan Szeto

Appalachian State University

“A Study of Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan and Lin Hwai-min’s Choreography in the World’s Dancescape”

Grant amount: US$9,900

Grant period: 4 months

 

7. Jean DeBernardi

University of Alberta

“Tea Culture and Commerce in Contemporary China”

Grant amount: US$26,960

Grant period: 2 years

 

8. Xiao-rong Han

Butler University

“Exiled to the Ancestral Land: Refugees from Vietnam in China”

Grant amount: US$14,500

Grant period: 6 months

 

B. Conferences/Seminars/Workshops

 

1. Eric Fong

University of Toronto

“Immigration in Multi-ethnic Contexts: An International Comparison”

Grant amount: US$20,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Christopher G. Rea

University of British Columbia

“Qian Zhongshu and Yang Jiang: A Centennial Perspective”

Grant amount: US$20,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Richard Scaglion

University of Pittsburgh

“China and East Asia: Humanities, Social Science, and Public Policy. Developing Contacts between Nanjing University Institute for Advanced Studies (NJIAS) and the University of Pittsburgh”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

4. Michael Nylan

University of California at Berkeley

“Chang’an 26 BC: Exploring the Ancient Chinese Capital of ‘Perpetual Peace’”

Grant amount: US$20,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

5. Ann Waltner

University of Minnesota

“‘Borderlands in Eurasia and the Americas: Comparisons and Interactions,’ August 2010 Workshop at the University of Minnesota”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

C. Subsidies for Publication

 

1. William M. Hammell

Harvard University Asia Center

Picturing Heaven in Early China” by Lillian Lan-ying Tseng

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Clara Platter

Princeton University Press

Yellow: A Short History of Racial Thinking” by Michael Keevak

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Nina Stritzler-Levine

Bard Graduate Center

Cloisonné: Chinese Enamels from the Ming and Qing Dynasties” edited by Béatrice Quette

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

4. Stephen A. Cohn

Duke University Press

Health and Hygiene in Chinese East Asia: Policies and Publics in the Long Twentieth Century” by Angela Ki Che Leung and Charlotte Furth

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

5. Alan G. Thomas

University of Chicago Press

The Religious Question in Modern China, 1898 to 2008” by Vincent Goossaert and David Palmer

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

6. Lorri Hagman

University of Washington Press

Signs of Displacement: Representations of Cultural Space in Taipei City” by Joseph R. Allen

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year 8 months

 

D. Scholar Grants

 

1. Ming-cheng Lo

University of California at Davis

“Storytelling, Rational Deliberations, and Other Discourses: Beyond the Gridlock of Identity Debates in Taiwan?”

Grant amount: US$17,158

Grant period: 1.5 years

 

2. Ling-hon Lam

Vanderbilt University

“From Exteriority to Theatricality: Exploring the Spatiality of Emotion in Early Modern Chinese Drama and Fiction”

Grant amount: US$30,000

Grant period: 14 months

 

3. Ralph A. Thaxton

Brandeis University

“Contention and Rule in Contemporary Rural China: Power, Memory, and Resistance under Reform”

Grant amount: US$35,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

4. Tso-yu Calvin Lin

University of California at Berkeley

“From the Lessons of Subprime Mortgage Crisis in the U.S. to the Exploration of Default Factors of Residential Mortgages, the Risk Management of Mortgage Securitization, and Prevention of Potential Financial Crisis in Taiwan”

Grant amount: US$10,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

E. Junior Scholar Grants

 

1. Micah S. Muscolino

Georgetown University

“War and the Environment on the North China Plain, 1937-1945”

Grant amount: US$12,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Bao-rong Guo

University of Missouri at St. Louis

“Microfinance Participation and Household Assets: An Analysis of Survey Data from Hutubi, China”

Grant amount: US$8,242

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Ming-wei Song

Wellesley College

“Writing Young China: Youth, Nation and the Chinese Bildungsroman, 1900-1959”

Grant amount: US$25,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

4. Elizabeth Kindall

University of St. Thomas

“Viewing the Southwest in Seventeenth-Century China”

Grant amount: US$12,600

Grant period: 1 year

 

5. Victor Shih

Northwestern University

“Constructing Elite Political Stability: A Comparative Investigation of China and the Soviet Union”

Grant amount: US$25,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

6. Kuang-yi Wen

Fox Chase Cancer Center

“Needs and Experience of Patients with Breast Cancer in Taiwan: The Development and User Testing of a Narrative Psychosocial Intervention”

Grant amount: US$21,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

7. Elaine Liu

University of Houston

“Impact of International Marriage Migration: Evidence from Taiwan”

Grant amount: US$25,000

Grant period: 5 months

 

8. Mark R. E. Meulenbeld

University of Wisconsin at Madison

“Rethinking the Novel: The Theology, Narratives, and Rituals of Ming Dynasty Exorcists”

Grant amount: US$22,500

Grant period: 9 months

 

9. Yudru Tsomu

Lawrence University

“Migration, Settlements and Community Formation: Han Chinese Immigrants in Eastern Tibet”

Grant amount: US$20,675

Grant period: 1 year

 

10. Alexei Ditter

Reed College

“Genre and the Transformation of Writing in the Tang Dynasty”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

F. Special Project Grants

 

1. Pauline Yu

American Council of Learned Societies

“CCK-ACLS Project for a Series of Scholarly Meetings, Conferences and Publications on ‘The Comparative and Cross-Cultural Study of China’”

Grant amount: US$447,630

Grant period: 3 years

 

G. Dissertation Fellowships for ROC Students Abroad

 

1. Szu-ching Chang

University of California at Riverside

“Dancing with/as/in Nostalgia: Nationality, Gender and Bodily Memory in Taiwanese ‘Traditional’ Dance”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. I-fen Huang

Brown University

“Gu Family Embroidery in Late Imperial and Modern China: From Women's Needlework to Culture Legacy”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Mei-yu Hsieh

Stanford University

“Viewing the Han Empire from the Edge - 2nd Century BCE to 2nd Century CE”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

4. Hong-hong Tinn

Cornell University

“Tinkering with Computers, Constructing a Developing Country: The History of Digital Computing in Taiwan, 1945-1985”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

5. Yu-tsuen Hsu

University of Alberta

“Transnational Network and Cultural Identity in a Chinese Diaspora Society in Sibu, Sarawak, Malaysia”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

6. Yu-ying Hu

Indiana University at Bloomington

“Performing Sexuality Transnationally: Debating the Mainstream Visibility of Female Non-Normative Gender Identity and Lesbian Culture in Taiwan”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

7. Hsiang-ning Wang

Indiana University at Bloomington

“Identity on the Move: An Exploration of Taiwanese Adolescent Cross-Strait Transmigration, Education, and Identification”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

8. Hsin-chao Wu

Harvard University

“Remaking Local Tradition: Exploring the Social Mechanism of Cultural Transmission through Comparing Three Villages in Fujian Province, China (1970s-2009)”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

9. Yen-ting Chen

Harvard University

“Strategic Provider Behavior under Global Budget System: An Analysis of Collective Action Problem”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

10. Cheng-yun Chang

Kansas State University

“Chinese Righteous War Tradition and China's Use of Force”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

11. Tse-hsin Chen

Michigan State University

“How Do Electoral Systems Affect Representation?”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

12. Hsiao-chi Hsu

University of Washington

“Why Does a Democracy Prefer Confrontation? Taiwan’s Foreign Policy toward China since 1988”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

13. Tz-chun Cheng

University of California at Berkeley

“From Litigation Entrepreneurs to Social Entrepreneurs - Proposing a Public-Interest-Oriented Private Securities Enforcement Regime”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

Wait List

(a) Humanities

 

1. Po-yi Hung (#2 in the Humanities Category)

University of Wisconsin at Madison

“Relational Landscapes of Tea: Markets, the State, and Ethnic Minorities in the Place-Making of Southwest China”

 

(b) Social Sciences

 

1. Yi-hsiu Kung (#2 in the Social Sciences Category)

University of Delaware

“Building Energy Governance in Global Cities - A Case Study of Shanghai’s Commercial Building Sector”

 

2. Shih-yang Kao (#4 in the Social Sciences Category)

University of California at Berkeley

“Garbage and the City: Historical Geography of Beijing’s Solid Waste Stream”

 

3. Yi-chun Lin (#5 in the Social Sciences Category)

Rutgers University

“The Transformation of Taiwan into a Structural Competition-State Facing China’s Integration into the Global Community”

 

4. Ching-yu Chang (#7 in the Social Sciences Category)

University of Florida

“Doing Gender, Doing Gendered Emotion: A Feminist Ethnography of Taiwanese Female Flight Attendants’ Work and Family Lives”

 

H. Doctoral Fellowships

 

1. Joyman Lee

Yale University

“The Study of Economics in Republic of China: Ties with the State and with Japan, 1920-1935”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Kristy Shih

University of California at Riverside

“Challenging Cultural Essentialism: Gender, Solidarity, and Constructed Meanings among Mothers, Sons, and Daughters-in-law in Chinese and Chinese American Families”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Chiew-hui Ho

Stanford University

“Tales of the Diamond Sūtra: Buddhism on the Ground in Medieval China”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

4. Ya Zuo

Princeton University

“Capricious Destiny: Shen Gua (1031-1095 C.E.) and His Age”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

5. Cheng David Chang

University of California at San Diego

“Huijia (To Return Home): Conflicting Meetings of Home and Freedom in the ‘Voluntary Repatriation’ of Chinese POWs in the Korean War”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

6. Susan Andrews

Columbia University

“Replicating Replicas: The Conjured Temple Traditions of Mount Wutai”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

7. Hsiao-pei Yen

Harvard University

“Discovering China: Science, Imperialism, and Nationalsim in Chinese Frontier”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

8. Jennifer Fang

University of Delaware

“Beyond Chinatown: Negotiating Chinese American Identity in Suburban America”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

9. Elaine Wong

University of Texas at San Antonio

“Visual Approaches in Poetry: A Dialogue with the Chinese Ideogram”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

10. Misha Tadd

Boston University

Heshang Gong’s Commentary on the Daodejing: Body-State Correlation and the Transformation of Daoism”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

11. Joshua Hill

Harvard University

“Elections and Chinese Political Culture, 1909-1953”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

12. Xiao-bo Lu

Yale University

“The Political Origin and Consequences of Inequality of Opportunity”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

13. Jonathan Pettit

Indiana University at Bloomington

“Treading on Divinity: Saints and Temple Gardens in Medieval China”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

14. Timothy S. Rich

Indiana University at Bloomington

“Institutional Effects of Mixed Majoritarian Systems: A Multi-level Analysis of Asian Electoral Reforms”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

15. Joseph M. Segar

Stanford University

“The Grey City: Working the Fringes of China's New Urban Economy”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

16. Jia-yao Han

University of Pittsburgh

“Global Vision and Intension: Chinese Encounters with the Nomads in the Eastern Zhou China (771-221 BCE)”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

17. Ke Li

Indiana University at Bloomington

“Seeking Divorce in the Countryside: Marital Grievances, Dispute Resolutions, and Gender Inequalities in Contemporary China”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

18. Ming-ran Tan

University of Toronto

“Crisis and Hermeneutics: Wang Fuzhi’s Interpretation of Confucian Classics in a time of Radical Change from Ming to Qing Dynasty”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

I. Postdoctoral Fellowships administered by the Canadian Asian Studies Association

 

1. Xin Huang

University of British Columbia

“The ‘Taming’ of Maoist Women: Changing Representations of Gender in China in Personal Photo Albums”

Grant amount: US$17,532

Grant period: 1 year

 

J. Doctoral Fellowships administered by the Canadian Asian Studies Association

 

1. Anna Belogurova

University of British Columbia

“Minzuguoji: Nationalist Internationalism among Chinese Revolutions in Malaya (1927-1942)”

Grant amount: US$9,740

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Fan Lin

McGill University

“Rethinking Historical Geography in Early Republican China through The Evolution of Chinese Geography

Grant amount: US$9,740

Grant period: 1 year


 

Recipients in the European Region                         Unit: Euro

 

A. Institutional Enhancement Grants

 

1. Frank Kraushaar

University of Latvia (Latvia)

“Research Center for East Asian Studies at the National Library of Latvia (support during the formative stage)”

Grant amount: €50,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

B. Research Grants

 

1. Ian Taylor

University of St. Andrews (UK)

“Chinese Special Economic Zones in Africa: Catalysts for Development?”

Grant amount: €17,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

2. Yik-chan Chin

University of Oxford (UK)

“Researching Law in Society in China: The Interplay between the Law and Media in Defamation Litigation (1992-2009)”

Grant amount: €60,000

Grant period: 2 years

 

3. Philip Clart

University of Leipzig (Germany)

“Text and Context: Redemptive Societies in the History of Religions of Modern and Contemporary China”

Grant amount: €60,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

4. Christian Henriot

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (France)

“‘Cities in Turmoil’: Historical GIS and Urban Life in Four Chinese Cities in the Late Qing and Republican Period”

Grant amount: €60,000

Grant period: 2 years

 

C. Conference & Seminar Grants

 

1. Melanie Trede

Heidelberg University (Germany)

“Living Legacies: The History of East Asian Art Reconsidered”

Grant amount: €14,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Volker Scheid

University of Westminster (UK)

“The (After)Life of Traditional Knowledge: The Cultural Politics and Historical Epistemology of East Asian Medicine”

Grant amount: €20,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

D. Subsidies for Publication

 

1. Henning Klöter

Ruhr-Universität Bochum (Germany)

The Language of the Sangleys: A Chinese Vernacular in Missionary Sources of the Seventeenth Century

Grant amount: €3,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Adele Schlombs

Museum of East Asian Art in Cologne (Germany)

New Perspectives in the Study of East Asian Art History: A Festschrift for Lothar Ledderose

Grant amount: €6,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Patrice Fava

École française d’Extrême-Orient (France)

Aux portes du ciel, la statuaire taoïste du Hunan

Grant amount: €10,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

E. Special Project Grants

 

1. Brunhild Staiger

European Association for Chinese Studies

“EACS Biannual Conference”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Brunhild Staiger

European Association for Chinese Studies

“EACS Young Scholar Award”

Grant amount: €3,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Brunhild Staiger

European Association for Chinese Studies

“EACS Library Travel Grants”

Grant amount: €30,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

F. Dissertation Fellowships for ROC Students Abroad

 

1. Shih-chen Chao

University of Manchester (UK)

“Toward an ‘Imagined Community’: Internet Fiction, Fandom, and the Flowing Identity in the Chinese Online Literary Sphere”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Jui-yin Chao

University of Manchester (UK)

“Translational Footnotes and the Positioning of Unfamiliar Literature: Translations of Angela Carter’s Fiction in Taiwan”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Wei-chung Cheng

Leiden University (The Netherlands)

“Merchant Prince and King’s Merchant: The Origin of Overseas Chinese Trans-National Entrepreneurial Network around East and South China Sea (1636-1683)”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

4. Pei-chien Wu

SOAS, University of London (UK)

“The Freedom of Marginality: Negotiating Chinese Muslim Identity in Malaysia”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

5. I-chieh Fang

LSE, University of London (UK)

“Autonomy, Guanxi and Identity: Learning Exchange while Growing Up in a Special Economic Zone”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

6. Shao-yu Huang

University of Edinburgh (UK)

“Microspaces of the Network City: Multi-Scaling the Taipei Post-Metropolis”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

7. Cheng-wei Liu

University of Cambridge (UK)

“How the Counterfactual Thinking Process of Chance Successes and Luck Influence Causal Judgment and Decision-Making: A Cross-Cultural Study”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

8. Chun-wei Lin

Loughborough University (UK)

“Public Service Broadcasting in a Transitional Society - Lessons from the Taiwanese Experience”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

●Wait List

(a) Humanities

 

1. Yi-jui Wu (#1 in the Humanities Category)

University of Oxford (UK)

“Transforming Psychological Trauma in Post-War Taiwan”

 

2. Chih-i Lai (#3 in the Humanities Category)

UCL, University of London (UK)

“Crafting Taiwan through Design”

 

3. Chia-chi Lin (#4 in the Humanities Category)

Radboud University Nijmegen (The Netherlands)

“Female-Headed Household in Eurasis Society”

 

(b) Social Sciences

 

1. Li-wen Shih (#3 in the Social Sciences Category)

Lancaster University (UK)

“Enacting Pleasure and Anxiety in Prenatal Screening and Testing”

 

2. Jo-ying Lee (#6 in the Social Sciences Category)

University of Siena (Italy)

“Political Culture and Democratic Support in East Asia and South Europe”

 

G. Fellowships for Ph.D. Dissertations and Postdoctoral Research

 

(a) Fellowships for Ph.D. Dissertations

 

1. Diana Fu

University of Oxford (UK)

“Caught by the State, Market, and Donor: The Political Transformation of Labour Organizations in The People’s Republic of China”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Sylvie Beaud

Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense (France)

“Fossils on Parade. Nuo Opera and the Making of Local Identity among the Yangzong People (Yunnan)”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Jin Cao

Universität Tübingen (Germany)

“Copper Mining and Minting in Sichuan 1700-1900: Effects on Regional Economy and Society”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

4. Georges Favraud

Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense (France)

“A Rural Community and its Taoist Masters, in the Construction of Chinese Modernity (Liling, Hunan)”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

5. Aurore Dumont

École Pratique des Hautes Études (France)

“The Tungus of China: A Comparative Study of Domestic Economy and ‘Folklorized’ Shamanic Rituals”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

6. Kristin Meier

Leiden University (The Netherlands)

“Tosu: A Tibeto-Burman Language of Southwestern Sichuan, China”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

7. John Givens

University of Oxford (UK)

“Suing Dragons: How and Why are Lawyers Suing the Chinese Government?”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

8. Michael Stanley-Baker

UCL, University of London (UK)

“Daoists as Doctors - The Role of Medicine in Six Dynasties Shangqing Daoism”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

Wait List

 

1. Yun-ysi Siew

University of Cambridge (UK)

“Biological Change, Health, and Labour Pattern in the Holocene China”

 

2. Florence Lévy

University of Neuchâtel (Switzerland)

“Gender Influence on Migratory Projects and Trajectories of Migrants from Northern China in Paris”

 

(b) Fellowships for Postdoctoral Research

 

1. Albert Galvany

University of Cambridge (UK)

“Thinking from Exclusion: Monsters and Exceptional Beings in the Zhuangzi”

Grant amount: €34,000

Grant period: 2 years

 

2. Gábor Kósa

Eötvös Loránd University (Hungary)

“Interpretation of New Chinese Manichaean Discoveries”

Grant amount: €34,000

Grant period: 2 years

 

3. Beatriz Puente-Ballesteros

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium)

“Jesuit Medicine at the Kangxi Court and Beyond: The Appropriation of Foreign Medical Knowledge in Qing China”

Grant amount: €34,000

Grant period: 2 years

 

4. Lara Maconi

Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales (France)

“Quid of the Ancient Buddhist Kingdom of Muli? Traditions and Modernities, Plurality and Identity Issues in Muli Modern Cultural Production: A Study in Agency and Representation”

Grant amount: €18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

Wait List

 

1. Yun-chung Li

University of Oxford (UK)

“Buddhist External Learning in the Northern Song China: A Case Study of Qisong’s Secular Works”

 

Recipients in the East European Region

 

A. Library Acquisitions

 

1. Loreta Poškaitė

Vilnius University (Lithuania)

“Library Acquisition for the Library of Centre of Oriental Studies, Vilnius University”

Grant amount: €3,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

B. Visiting Professorships

 

1. Raoul David Findeisen

Comenius University (Slovakia)

“Zhang Ailing under the Perspective of Modern Chinese Literature”

Grant amount: €3,400

Grant period: 1 year


 

Recipients in the Asia-Pacific Region                        Unit: US$

 

A. Research Grants

 

1. Monica Esposito

Kyoto University (Japan)

“Canonical Texts of Ming and Qing Daoism: The Daozang jiyao and the Role of Lay and Clerical Authorities”

Grant amount: US$80,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

2. David C. Schak

Griffith University (Australia)

“The Development of Civility in Chinese Society”

Grant amount: US$40,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

3. Yuk-wah Chan

City University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong SAR)

“Chinese or Vietnamese? The Chinese Vietnamese Diaspora in Vietnam”

Grant amount: US$12,900

Grant period: 1.5 years

 

4. Daniel Chew

Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Malaysia)

“Hakkas in Engkilili, Malaysia; History, Identity and Community”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

5. Gunner B. Mikkelsen

Macquarie University (Australia)

“China and the Roman East”

Grant amount: US$29,000

Grant period: 2 years

 

6. Nae-young Lee

Korea University (Korea)

“Searching for the Historical Lesson from Comparative Studies between Cross-Strait Relations and Inter-Korean Relations: History, Society, Politics, Economy, and Security”

Grant amount: US$50,000

Grant period: 2 years

 

7. Juan Chen

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Hong Kong SAR)

“Migration Dynamics and Migrant Integration: Constructing Longitudinal Multi-Level Data on Mainland China”

Grant amount: US$42,500

Grant period: 2 years

 

B. Conference & Seminar Grants

 

1. Philip J. Ivanhoe

City University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong SAR)

“Confucian and Liberal Perspectives on Family, State, and Civil Society”

Grant amount: US$19,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Tana Li

The Australian National University (Australia)

“Vietnam, China and Chinese in Vietnam: New Research on Chinese in Vietnam, from the Earliest Times until the Present”

Grant amount: US$10,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Yang Liu

Art Gallery of New South Wales (Australia)

“International Symposium on Innovations and Creativity in Ancient Qin”

Grant amount: US$19,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

C. Subsidies for Publication

 

1. Rafe de Crespigny

The Australian National University (Australia)

Imperial Warlord: A Biography of Cao Cao, 155-220 AD

Grant amount: US$2,300

Grant period: 1 year

 

D. Special Project Grants

 

1. Billy Kee-long So

The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong SAR)

“CUHK-CCK Asia-Pacific Centre for Chinese Studies (continuation)”

Grant amount: US$375,000

Grant period: 5 years

 

E. Dissertation Fellowships for ROC Students Abroad

 

1. Chao-min Cheng

Tokyo University (Japan)

“A Study of the Changing Styles of Taiwan’s Public Buildings during Japanese Period - Focusing on the Constructions by the Construction and Repair Department in the Office of Taiwan Governor-General”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

●Wait List

Social Sciences

 

1. Yao-chung Chang (#1 in the Social Sciences Category)

The Australian National University (Australia)

“Regulatory Responses to Cybercrime and Information Security Problems across the Taiwan Strait”

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