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Grant Recipients, 2010~2011(I)

Dec 19, 2010

Grant Recipients in the Domestic Region                 Unit: NT$

 

A. Conference and Seminar Grants

 

1. Chung-chian Teng

College of International Affairs, National Chengchi University, with Quansheng Zhao of American University (USA)

“China Rising: External and Internal Impact”

Grant amount: NT$1,500,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

B. Special Project Grants

 

1. Shou-chien Shih

Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, with Graduate Institute of Networking and Multimedia of National Taiwan University (Taiwan) and Dunhuang Academy (China)

“A Comprehensive Project for Integrating the Art of the Dunhuang Grottoes and Digital Technology”

Grant amount: NT$5,994,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

 

Recipients in the American Region                      Unit: US$

 

A. Conferences/Seminars/Workshops

 

1. Minghui Hu

University of California at Santa Cruz

“The Construction of Modern Knowledge in China”

Grant amount: US$25,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Bruce Rusk

Cornell University

“The Maintenance of Knowledge: Cultures of Preservation in Early Modern Eurasia”

Grant amount: US$4,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

 

B. Subsidies for Publication

 

1. Anne Routon

Columbia University Press

Protest with Chinese Characteristics: Modernity and Popular Politics in Mid-Qing China, 1740-1839”, by Ho-fung Hung

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. David W. Morrow

University of Chicago Press

The Journey to the West, vols. 1-4, Revised Edition”, translated by Anthony C. Yu

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 2 years

 

3. Emily Andrew

University of British Columbia Press

“Educational Reform and Village Society in a Northeast China County, 1904-31”, by Elizabeth VanderVen

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 2 years

 

4. Wen-hsin Yeh

University of California at Berkeley

‘Pure and Remote’ - A Lecture Series on Early Chinese Painting”, by James Cahill

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

5. Stephen A. Cohn

Duke University Press

“Creativity and its Discontents: Critical Implications of China’s Intellectual Property Rights Offenses”, by Laikwan Pang

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

 

Recipients in the European Region                         Unit: Euro

 

A. Conference & Seminar Grants

 

1. Dafydd Fell

School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London (UK)

“Migration to and from Taiwan: Policy, Politics and Identity”

Grant amount: €14,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Barry Buzan

London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London (UK)

“International Society and East Asia: English School Theory at the Regional Level”

Grant amount: €9,349

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Regina Llamas

University of Bristol (UK)

“The Culture of Entertainment in China: Past and Present”

Grant amount: €8,300

Grant period: 1 year

 

B. Subsidies for Publication

 

1. Vibeke Børdahl

Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (Denmark)

Jin Ping Mei i vers og prosa, Første bog” (“Jin Ping Mei cihua, Book One”), translated and edited by Vibeke Børdahl

Grant amount: €6,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

C. Special Project Grants

 

1. Barbara Mittler

University of Heidelberg (Germany)

“Taiwan Politics, History and Society: A Series of Lecture Series (Part 2)”

Grant amount: €25,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

2. Dafydd Fell

European Association of Taiwan Studies

“European Association of Taiwan Studies: Application for Continued Funding from the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange (2011-2013)”

Grant amount: €30,750

Grant period: 3 years

 

3. Gunter Schubert

Tuebingen University (Germany)

“Institutionalising and Strengthening the European Research Center on Contemporary Taiwan (ERCCT)”

Grant amount: €162,750

Grant period: 3 years

 

 

Recipients in the Asia-Pacific Region                        Unit: US$

 

A. Conference & Seminar Grants

 

1. Nicholas Tarling

University of Auckland (New Zealand)

“Intra-Regional Popular Cultural Flows: Towards an East Asian Identity?”

Grant amount: US$22,000

Grant period: 1 year

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