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Grant Recipients, 2010~2011(Ⅱ)

May 22, 2011

 

Grant Recipients in the Domestic Region Unit: NT$

A. Cooperative Research Grants

1. Li-mei Chen

Department of Foreign Languages & Literature, National Cheng Kung University, with Kimbrough Oller of University of Memphis (USA)

“A Cross-Language Approach of the Emergence of the Speech Capacity in Infant Vocalization”

Grant amount: NT$1,600,000

Grant period: 2 years

B. Database Grants

1. Cheng-yun Liu and Lau Nap Yin

Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, with Peter Bol of Harvard University (USA) “Name Authority Files Database and China Biographical Database”

Grant amount: NT$3,000,000

Grant period: 3 years

C. Conference and Seminar Grants

1. Kuo-Shiang Tseng

Sun Yat-sen Research Center for Social Sciences, National Sun Yat-sen University, with Wei Shan of National University of Singapore (Singapore)

“‘Unfinished Revolution: Revisiting the Legacy of Dr. Sun Yat-sen and His Time’ International Academic Conference”

Grant amount: NT$900,000

Grant period: 1 year

2. Wen-Huei Cheng

Department of Chinese Literature, National Chengchi University, with Leung Yuen Sang of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong), et al.

“The International Conference on the Conceptual Change and Identity Making in Modern East Asia and the Workshop for Chinese Identity and the Formation of Modern State”

Grant amount: NT$450,000

Grant period: 1 year

D. Publication Subsidies

1. Rostislav Berezkin

Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica, with Igor Alexandrovich Alimov of Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia)

“Publication of the Book Precious Scrolls (Baojuan) Functioning in the Culture of China, with Baojuan about Three Rebirths of Mulian as an Example

Grant amount: NT$180,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

 

Recipients in the American Region Unit: US$

A. Research Grants

1. Xun Liu

Rutgers University

“Daoist History, Clerical Activism, and Local Society in Nanyang, 1600-2010”

Grant amount: US$36,000

Grant period: 2 years

2. Kwai Hang Ng

University of California at San Diego

“Rule of Law from Below: Litigants in Housing Demolition Cases in China”

Grant amount: US$22,600

Grant period: 1 year 3 months

3. Shin-Yi Chou

Lehigh University

“Socioeconomic Causes and Consequences of Low Birth Weight in Taiwan”

Grant amount: US$28,006

Grant period: 2 years

4. Yong Z. Volz

University of Missouri

“Transplanting Modernity: Chinese Journalism and Western Influences, 1870s-1930s”

Grant amount: US$16,706

Grant period: 1 year 7 months

5. Philip Silverman

California State University at Bakersfield

“Bridging Generation: Family History and Lifestyle”

Grant amount: US$10,040

Grant period: 1 month

6. Byeong-Uk Yi

University of Toronto at Mississauga

“Studies of the Chinese Language and Ancient Chinese Logic”

Grant amount: US$8,000

Grant period: 1 year

7. Hsiang Iris Chyi

University of Texas at Austin

“News Across the Great Wall: Analyzing Taiwan, Asian, and Western News Media’s Web Strategies for Internet Users in China”

Grant amount: US$34,955

Grant period: 2 years

8. Sonya Lee

University of Southern California

“Between Culture and Nature: Cave Temples of Sichuan”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 5 months

9. Zai Liang

State University of New York at Albany

“From Tidal Wave to Shortage: Understanding Recent Migration Dynamics in China”

Grant amount: US$21,656

Grant period: 2 years

10. Scott Simon

University of Ottawa

“Emissaries of the Ancestors: Ethno-ornithology of Taiwan’s Truku People”

Grant amount: US$19,100

Grant period: 1 year

11. Weijie Song

Rutgers University

“From Beijing to Taipei: Border-crossing Travel, Beijing Memory, and Taiwan Literature”

Grant amount: US$24,000

Grant period: 1 year

12. Yuen Yuen Ang

Columbia University

“Budgetary Politics in Local China: A Mixed Methods Approach”

Grant amount: US$20,632

Grant period: 1year 6 months

B. Conference/Seminar/Workshop Grants

1. Ann Waltner

University of Minnesota

“Matteo Ricci: His Map and Music”

Grant amount: US$25,000

Grant period: 1 year

2. Hsin-Yang Wu

North American Taiwan Studies Association

“The Seventeenth Annual Conference of the North American Taiwan Studies Association (NATSA 2011): The Trajectory of Taiwan in a Global Context”

Grant amount: US$25,000

Grant period: 1 year

3. Clayton Dube

University of Southern California

“ECFA at One: The Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement’s First Year”

Grant amount: US$25,000

Grant period: 1 year

C. Publication Subsidies

1. Jennifer Crewe

Columbia University Press

Shi Zi: China’s First Syncretist”, translated and edited by Paul Fischer

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

2. Jennifer Crewe

Columbia University Press

Nineteen Lectures on Chinese Philosophy and Its Implications Mou Zongsan”, translated by Julie Lee Wei

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

3. William M. Hammell

Harvard University Asia Center

Picturing the True Form: Daoist Visual Culture in Medieval China”, by Shih-shan Susan Huang

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

4. Anne Routon

Columbia University Press

Rivers of Time: A Cultural History of China”, by Cho-yun Hsu, translated by Timothy D. Baker, Jr. and Michael S. Duke

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

D. Scholar Grants

(a) Scholar Grants

1. Sylvia Li-chun Lin

University of Notre Dame

“Mediating the Past and the Present: Historical Documentary Films from Taiwan”

Grant amount: US$21,000

Grant period: 1 year

2. Amy McNair

University of Kansas

“Catalogue of the Imperial Painting Collection in the Proclaiming Harmony Era: An Annotated Translation of Xuanhe Huapu 宣和畫譜”

Grant amount: US$35,000

Grant period: 1 year

3. Yan Sun

Gettysburg College

“Constructing Ancient China: Identity and Power in the Western Zhou”

Grant amount: US$20,000

Grant period: 1year 1 month

4. Hui-Ching Chang

University of Illinois at Chicago

“Naming China: Language, Politics, and Taiwanese Identity”

Grant amount: US$24,000

Grant period: 10 months

5. Tong Soon Lee

Emory University

“Cultural Hybridity, Multiculturalism and the Nation-state: Musical Practices of the Peranakan Chinese in Singapore”

Grant amount: US$20,000

Grant period: 9 months

6. Bettine Birge

University of Southern California

“Marriage, Law, and Social Order in the Age of Khubilai Khan: Together with an Annotated Translation of Marriage Cases from the Yuan Dianzhang (Statutes and Precedents of the Yuan Dynasty, 1322)”

Grant amount: US$30,000

Grant period: 1 year

7. Chi-chiang Huang

Hobart and William Smith Colleges

“The Buddhist Family Named Shi: The Elite Family’s Patronage of Buddhism in the Southern Song (a book-length monograph)”

Grant amount: US$19,650

Grant period: 3 months

(b) Junior Scholar Grants

1. Elaine M. Liu

University of Houston

“The Impact of Family Size on Risk Sharing among Migrant Workers in China”

Grant amount: US$28,500

Grant period: 10 months

2. Lei-Shih Chen

Texas A&M University

“Knowledge, Attitudes, and Intentions Regarding Advanced Reproductive Genetic Testing among Parents of Children with Disabilities in Taiwan”

Grant amount: US$30,000

Grant period: 1 year

3. David Mozina

University of North Carolina at Charlotte

“Quelling the Divine: The Performance of a Talisman in Contemporary Daoist Thunder Ritual”

Grant amount: US$22,500

Grant period: 1 year 1 month

E. Doctoral Fellowships

1. Ke Li

Indiana University at Bloomington

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

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

2. Ori Tavor

University of Pennsylvania

“Bio-spiritual Practices and Ritual Theories in Early and Medieval China”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

3. Junpeng Li

Columbia University

“Hayek’s Disciples: Liberal Intellectuals in Post-Tiananmen China”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

4. William Nitzky

Arizona State University

“Living Heritage: The Cultural Politics of Heritage Protection in China”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

5. Gregory Scott

Columbia University

“Practices of Authenticity: Print Culture and the Modern Reconstruction of Buddhism in China”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

6. Jiayao Han

University of Pittsburgh

“Creating Visual Emblems for Eastern Zhou Militarized Frontier Societies (771-221 BCE)”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

7. Yi Kang

Yale University

“Turning Crises into Chances: Disaster Politics in Authoritarian Regimes”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

8. Chia-Yi Seetoo

University of California at Berkeley

“Kinaesthetic Inscriptions: Dancing/Writing the Global from Taiwan”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

9. Liping Wang

University of Chicago

“Ethnicizing the Frontier: Chinese Imperial Crisis and the Transformation of the Inner Mongolian Frontier, 1890-1949”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

10. Li Jiang

Harvard University

“Nominal Phrases and Language Variations”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

11. Hongyu Wu

University of Pittsburgh

“Leading the Good Life: Biographical Narratives and Instructions for Buddhist Lay Women in the High Qing (1683-1839)”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

12. Aurelia Campbell

University of Pennsylvania

“Emperors, Eunuchs, Craftsmen, and the Creation of the Gan-Qing Architectural Style in Early Ming China”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

13. Xiaoli Tian

University of Chicago

“Relocating Science: Medical Mission and Western Medicine in 19th-Century China”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

14. Oiyan Liu

Cornell University

“How Overseas Chinese Became Citizens of the Empires”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

15. Boliang Zhu

Columbia University

“Domestic Political Institutions and the Sectoral Composition of Inward Foreign Direct Investment in Developing Countries”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

16. Byung-Ho Lee

University of Michigan

“China between Empire and Nation: A Study of Making and Clearing Ethnic Group Boundaries”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

17. Scott Gregory

Princeton University

“The Uses of the Margins: A Social History of the Shuihu Zhuan

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

18. Yan Long

University of Michigan

“Constructing Political Actorhood: The Emergence and Transformation of the AIDS Movement in China, 1989-2009”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

19. Christy Delair

Brown University

“Crafting Indigenous Identity in Taiwan: The Role of Handicrafts in the Negotiation of Community”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

20. Jeffrey Rice

University of Pennsylvania

“Northern Song Reflections on the Tang”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

21. Tong Blackburn

Indiana University at Bloomington

“Transcultural Hybridity in the Operas of Chinese-born American Composers: Bright Sheng, Tan Dun, and Zhou Long”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

22. Liangyu Fu

University of Pittsburgh

“Found in Translation: Western Science Books, Maps, and Music in China, 1860-1920”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

23. Meina Cai

University of Wisconsin at Madison

“Political Origins of Property Rights: Public Finance, Land Property and Economic Growth in China”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

24. Charlotte Develyn

University of Hawai‘i at M?noa

“Sounding ‘Mongolian’: The Horse-head Fiddle in Inner Mongolia, China”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

25. Olivier Henripin

Northwestern University

“Where is China? Cross-Strait Relations and the Strategic Social Construction of the Chinese National Homeland after 1949”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

F. Postdoctoral Fellowships administered by the Canadian Asian Studies Association

1. Olga Alexeeva

University of Quebec at Montreal

“Energy and Environmental Issues in Chinese Geopolitics: A Case Study of Mekong River Conflict”

Grant amount: US$18,774

Grant period: 1 year

2. Alanna Krolikowski

University of Toronto

“China-U.S. Cooperation and Competition in Civil Air and Space”

Grant amount: US$8,866

Grant period: 1 year

3. Craig Smith 

University of British Columbia

“Asianism at the Margins of the Japanese Empire”

Grant amount: US$8,866

Grant period: 1 year

G. Dissertation Fellowships for ROC Students Abroad

1. Chia-Ying Shih

University of Washington

“Acerbic Exhortation: Modern Chinese Satirical Fiction in the Wartime (1937-1945) Chongqing”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

2. Hsin-Chieh Li

University of California at Irvine

“Subject as a Question: An Interpretive Reading of Winds and the Moon風月報, a Popular Magazine in Colonial Taiwan, 1937-1944”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

3. Yin Wang

University of California at San Diego

“Cold War Transformations: Transpacific America and Cultural Pursuits from Taiwan”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

4. Yu-An Lu

Stony Brook University

“The Role of Alternation in Phonological Relationships”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

5. Chia-Fen Chang

New York University

“Grotowski’s Illegitimate Child: Art as Vehicle Theatre in Taiwan”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

6. Po-wei Weng

Wesleyan University

“Music, Technology, and Mediated Modernity: Soundscape of Pili Budaixi in Taiwan”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

7. Chunghao Kuo

New York University

“Food-related Technology, Culinary Knowledge, and Regional Gastronomy in Early Modern China (from the mid-Ming Era to the Early 18th Century)”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

8. Yi-Hsiang Chang

Columbia University

“Negotiated Legal Modernity: Chinese Judges in the Period of Legal Reform, 1907-1937”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

9. Ying-Chen Peng

University of California at Los Angeles

“This Imperial Body: The Cultural Enterprise of Empress Dowager Cixi (1835-1908)”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

10. Wei-Ti Chen

University of Chicago

“Geo-social Mobility and Jurisdictional Obstacles for Taiwanese Doctors under Japanese Colonialism”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

11. Fei-Hsien Wang

University of Chicago

“Translating/Translated Profit: The Curious Journey of ‘Copyright’ in China (1868-1937)”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

12. Lin-Yi Tseng

City University of New York

“Travelers under Japanese Imperialism: The Commercial Activities, Social Networks, and Modernity of Taiwanese Sekimin in the Zhaoshan Area (1895-1945)”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

13. Ching-Chih Lin

University of California at Berkeley

“Take Me to the Water: Environmental Transformation and Religious Adaptation among Boat-dwellers in Modern Shandong and Jiangsu”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

14. Kuei-Chen Lin

University of California at Los Angeles

“Social Complexity and Inter/Regional Interactions, Exemplified by the Sichuan Basin, China of the Bronze Age”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

15. Kuan-Hung Chen

University of Hawai‘i at M?noa

“Knowledge and Conduct: Reexamining the Epistemic and Ethical Stances of Xunzi”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

16. Ya-Wen Lei

University of Michigan at Ann Arbor

“Consolidation of China’s Counterpublic Spheres in Cyberspace: The Simultaneous Process of Constructing Online Counterpublic Spheres, Legality, and Citizen Identity”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

17. Yu-Ju Chien

University of Minnesota

“Constructing Knowledge and Policies on Avian Influenza: How are Global Disease Policies and the Discourse on ‘the Other’ Manufactured?”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

18. Li-Chung Cheng

University of Chicago

“The Co-construction of Profession and Politics: The Formation of Engineering Mind-set and the Neglect of Environmental-health Risk Governance in Taiwanese Administrative Regime of Environmental Protection, 1980-2010”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

19. Wen-Jiun Wang

University of Pittsburgh

“The Formation of Inter-Organizational Networks in Extreme Events: A Comparative Study of the 1999 ChiChi Earthquake and the 2009 Typhoon Morakot”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

20. Ling-Fei Lin

Cornell University

“The Island of Normal Engineering: How Taiwanese Contract Manufacturers Matter in the History of Laptop Production, 1980-2005”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

21. Wei-Ting Wu

City University of New York

“Expanding Political Space: Domestic Violence, Women’s Groups and the State in China”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

22. Kuen-Da Lin

University of Wisconsin at Madison

“Separation Anxiety: Explaining China’s Neighborhood Policies”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

●Wait List

(a) Humanities

1. Hui-Ling Yang (#1 in the Humanities Category)

Arizona State University

“Grammaticalization in Hakka, Mandarin and Southern Min: The Interaction of Negatives with Interrogatives, Modality and Aspect”

(b) Social Sciences

1. Hsiao-Ting Huang (#1 in the Social Sciences Category)

McGill University

“Tracing the Sporting Body across the Strait: A Comparative Study on Girls’ Physical Education in Taiwan and China”

 

 

Recipients in the European Region Unit: Euro

A. Institutional Enhancement Grants

1. Joaquin Beltran

Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (Spain)

“East Asian Studies Undergraduate Program at Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain”

Grant amount: €140,000

Grant period: 3 years

B. Research Grants

1. Weipin Tsai

University of London (UK)

“Out of Many, One: The Transformation of Private Letter Hongs into a National Chinese Postal Service in the Late Qing Period”

Grant amount: €40,000

Grant period: 3 years

2. Vincent Goossaert

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (France)

“Chinese Religions in France”

Grant amount: €62,000

Grant period: 3 years

C. Conference and Seminar Grants

1. Jeffrey Henderson

University of Bristol (UK)

“China Rising: Towards a Global-Asian Era?”

Grant amount: €18,000

Grant period: 1 year

D. Publication Subsidies

1. Jana S. Ro?ker

University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)

Traditional Chinese Philosophy and the Paradigm of Structure (Li 理)

Grant amount: €6,000

Grant period: 1 year

2. Aurelie Nevot

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (France)

Versets chamaniques d’un Maitre de la psalmodie (Shamanic Verses of a Master of Psalmody)

Grant amount: €1,500

Grant period: 1 year

3. Boris Riftin

Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia)

The Chinese Novel and Popular Prints

Grant amount: €10,000

Grant period: 1 year

4. Ekaterina Zavidovskaya

Saint Petersburg State University (Russia)

“Publication Subsidy for Publishing Popular Religion in Modern Taiwan: Temple Associations and Religious Activities

Grant amount: €2,950

Grant period: 1 year

5. Shuang Xu

Universite Paris Diderot - Paris 7 (France)

“Imaginaires de l’exil dans les litteratures contemporaines en Chine et au Japon (Imaginary of Exile in Contemporary Literature in China and in Japan)”

Grant amount: €2,000

Grant period: 1 year

E. Fellowships for Ph.D. Dissertations

1. Pablo Blitstein

Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales (France)

“The Political Art of Texts: Political Dimensions of Textual Production in 5th - 6th Century Southern China”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

2. Yi Chen

University of Oxford (UK)

“Interregional Interaction and Social Development – Southern China from 3000 to 500 BC”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

3. Hailian Chen

University of Tubingen (Germany)

“Metal for Coin and Brass: Zinc Miners, Transporters, Merchants and Bureaucrats in Qing China, c.1684 – 1835”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

4. J. Henning Huesemann

Leipzig University (Germany)

“Record and ‘Reality’: Knowledge Construction in the Shuijing zhu of Li Daoyuan”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

5. Yijie Zhuang

University of Cambridge (UK)

“Landscape Change and its Interaction with Prehistoric Human Activities: Geoarchaeological Investigation in North China”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

6. May Farid

University of Oxford (UK)

“‘Wild Children’: China’s Grassroots Development Organizations and their Relationships with Local Government”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

7. Jacqueline Hobbs

University of Cambridge (UK)

“When the Milkbird Comes: Amdo-Tibetan Constructions of Time in Qinghai Province, PRC”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

8. Elisa Cencetti

Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (France)

“The Sedentarization of Nomads: Transformation and Sociopolitical Reorganization of Amdo Tibetan Herders (Qinghai, P.R.C.)”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

9. Juliette Genevaz

University of Oxford (UK)

“The Chinese Revolutionary Army in the Reform Era (1980-2010)”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

10. Guillaume Dutournier

Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales (France)

“Claiming Simplicity: The Philosophical Practice of Lu Jiuyuan 陸九淵 (1139-1193). A Socio-historical Study of Distinctiveness in Southern Song Neo-Confucianism”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

11. Andreas Siegl

University of Munich (Germany)

“Discussing Power: Manchus, Mongols and Tibetans in Dialogue”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

12. Kathrin Messing

University of Munich (Germany)

“Story and History in Chen Shou’s Sanguo zhi?”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

●Wait List

1. Wai Ling So

University of London (UK)

“Competition and Cooperation: Diederichsen, Jebsen & Company in German Qingdao and its Hinterland of Shandong”

2. Pan Junliang

Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (France)

“Spirit Possession during the Six Dynasties”

3. Marie-Helene Bernard

Universite de Paris IV - Paris Sorbonne (France)

“R-R-R (Residence-Resonance-Resistance) Chinese Composers and Globalization”

F. Fellowships for Postdoctoral Research

1. Frederick Shih-Chung Chen

University of Oxford (UK)

“The Early Formation of the Buddhist Otherworld Bureaucracy in Early Medieval China”

Grant amount: €18,000

Grant period: 1 year

G. Dissertation Fellowships for ROC Students Abroad

1. Ching-Ling Wang

Freie Universitat Berlin (Germany)

“Praying for Ten-thousand Goodness: Research on Buddha’s Preaching by Ding Guanpeng”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

2. Pin-Chu Shih

Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (France)

“Money Trees in Southwest China, 1st – 3rd Century: Style, Iconography, Religious and Social Significance”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

3. Shuli Wang

University of London (UK)

“Heritage on Display - The Poetics and Politics of China’s Yinxu Archaeological Site Museum in the Making”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

4. Chun-Yu Lin

Lancaster University (UK)

“Border Control and Intimate Citizenship - A Study on the Affective Apparatus and Policies Concerning of Marriage Migrants from Southeast Asian Countries and Mainland China in Taiwan”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

5. Ya-Han Chuang

Universite de Paris IV - Paris Sorbonne (France)

“Two Modes of Chinese Globalisation: The New Chinese Community in France”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

6. Li-Wen Shih

Lancaster University (UK)

“Body Enacted: Pleasure and Anxiety in Prenatal Genetic Screening and Testing in Taiwan”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

7. Yi-Yang Hung

University of Oxford (UK)

“Fashioned Space - The Assemblage of Fashion as Affective Material”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

8. Hung-Jen Wang

University of Tubingen (Germany)

“The Making of International Relations Theory in China”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

9. Chien-Yu Shih

University of London (UK)

“Uyghur Nationalism and Xinjiang in China-Central Asian Relations”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

10. Kuan-Hsun Chen

University of Edinburgh (UK)

“Benefit Sharing as Fair Terms of Social Cooperation in a Large-Scale Biomedical Database Project”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

11. Chenching Cheng

University of Edinburgh (UK)

“Transcending Ideological Boundaries during the Cold War Period in Pan Chinese Popular Music - The Case of Teresa Teng”

Grant amount: €12,000

Grant period: 1 year

●Wait List

(a) Social Sciences

1. Yu-Wen Chou (#2 in the Social Sciences Category)

Freie Universitat Berlin (Germany)

“Berlin and Shanghai, Women in the Modern Times: The ‘New Woman’ in Early Chinese and German Cinema”

Recipients in the East European Region Unit: Euro

(in order of application received)

A. Research Grants

1. Martin Slobodnik

Comenius University (Slovakia)

“Islam in China: A Textbook”

Grant amount: €6,000

Grant period: 2 years

2. Agita Baltgalve and Julija Gumilova

University of Latvia (Latvia)

“Basic Chinese Language Lessons for Latvians”

Grant amount: €6,000

Grant period: 1 year

B. Library Acquisitions

1. Aurelijus Zykas and Justina Razumait?

Vytautas Magnus University (Lithuania)

“Development of Vytautas Magnus University Library Funds on Chinese and Taiwanese Studies”

Grant amount: €3,000

Grant period: 1 year

2. Jerzy Domaslowski and Monika Szmyt

Adam Mickiewicz University (Poland)

“Library Acquisition Grant for the Department of Art History, Adam Mickiewicz University”

Grant amount: €3,000

Grant period: 1 year

C. Visiting Professorships

1. Frank Kraushaar and Ieva Haas

University of Latvia (Latvia)

“Visiting Professorships for Chinese Classics and Ancient China at the Research Center for East Asian Studies (University of Latvia) and its Baltic Partner Institutes”

Grant amount: €6,225

Grant period: 1 year

D. Mobility Grants

1. Jana S. Ro?ker

University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)

“Participating in the XVIIth ISCP (International Society for Chinese Philosophy) Conference with a Presentation ‘A Structural Reinterpretation of the Neo-Confucian Binary Category Li 理 and Qi 氣’”

Grant amount: €800

Grant period: 1 year

2. Mitja Saje

University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)

“Attending a Workshop in Chinese Culture for the Students of Sinology Programme in Croatia: Delivering Lectures in Chinese History”

Grant amount: €800

Grant period: 1 year

3. Helena Motoh

University of Primorska (Slovenia)

“Attending a Workshop in Chinese Culture for the Students of Sinology Programme in Croatia: Delivering Lectures in Chinese Literature”

Grant amount: €800

Grant period: 1 year

 

 

Recipients in the Asia-Pacific Region Unit: US$

A. Research Grants

1. Glenn R. Summerhayes

University of Otago (New Zealand)

“Austronesian Expansion - A New Guinea Corridor?”

Grant amount: US$20,000

Grant period: 1 year

2. Ka-wai Fan

City University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)

「北宋校正醫書局新探」

Grant amount: US$40,000

Grant period: 2 years

3. Wan-tai Zheng

The University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)

“Chinese Family Business and Stock Market: A Comparative and Cooperative Study in Shanghai, Taiwan and Hong Kong”

Grant amount: US$50,000

Grant period: 2 years

4. James H. Liu

Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand)

“The Benevolent Authority Model of Societal Organization”

Grant amount: US$60,000

Grant period: 3 years

5. Hsiao-chun Hung

The Australian National University (Australia)

“Archaeological Research of Austronesian Neolithic Origins and Relations at the House of Taga Site in Tinian, Mariana Islands”

Grant amount: US$70,000

Grant period: 2 years

6. Michael Haugh

Griffith University (Australia)

“Politeness in Taiwan”

Grant amount: US$48,000

Grant period: 3 years

B. Conference and Seminar Grants

1. Pham Van Duc

Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences (Vietnam)

“The International Conference on Vietnamese Confucianism and East Asian Culture”

Grant amount: US$15,000

Grant period: 1 year

C. Publication Subsidies

1. Dennitza Gabrakova

City University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)

“Publication of a Monograph Weed Dreams: Home and Hope in Modern Japan

Grant amount: US$10,000

Grant period: 1 year

2. Michael Duckworth

Hong Kong University Press (Hong Kong)

“Publication of《丹青和影像:早期中國攝影》(Brush and Shutter: Early Photography in China)”

Grant amount: US$9,000

Grant period: 1 year

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