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Grant Recipients, 2015-2016 (I)

Dec 20, 2015

Recipients in the American Region Unit: US$

(in order of date application received)

 

A. Conferences/Seminars/Workshops

 

1. Jiang Wu

University of Arizona

“The Formation of Regional Religious System in Greater China”

Grant amount: US$24,862

Grant period: 6 months

 

2. Richard Vanness Simmons

Rutgers University, New Brunswick

“Workshop on the History of Colloquial Chinese -- Written and Spoken”

Grant amount: US$20,000

Grant period: 6 months

 

3. Paul Manfredi

Pacific Lutheran University

“Ekphrastic Assimilations: Contemporary Chinese Literati in Global Context”

Grant amount: US$25,000

Grant period: 6 months

 

B. Publication Subsidies

 

1. Emily Andrew

University of British Columbia Press

The Great Northern Wilderness: Political Exile and Re-education in Mao’s China”, by Wang Ning

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Jenny Gavacs

Stanford University Press

Scythe and the City: A Social History of Death in Shanghai”, by Christian Henriot

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Beth Fuget

University of Washington Press

The Social Lives of Inkstones: Craftsmen and Scholars in Early-Qing China”,by Dorothy Ko

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

C. Special Project Grants

 

1. Seteney Shami

Social Science Research Council

“InterAsian Connections V: Seoul (2016)”

Grant amount: US$25,000

Grant period: 1 year





Recipients in the European Region Unit: €

(in order of date application received)

 

A. Conference and Seminar Grants

 

1. Cheng-tian Kuo

Leiden University (The Netherlands)

“New Religious Nationalism in Chinese Societies”

Grant amount: €18,000

Grant period: 6 months

 

B. Publication Subsidies

 

1. Petr Valo

Karolinum Press, Charles University in Prague (Czech Republic)

Crossing Between Tradition and Modernity: Essays in Commemoration of Milena Doleželová-Velingerová (1932-2012)”, edited by Kirk Denton

Grant amount: €4,600

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Vivian Constantinopoulos

Reaktion Books (UK)

Zooming In: Histories of Photography in China”, by Wu Hung

Grant amount: €6,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Gábor Kósa

Eötvös Loránd University (Hungary)

China across the Centuries”, edited by Gábor Kósa

Grant amount: €6,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

C. Special Project Grants

 

1. Roger Greatrex 

European Association for Chinese Studies (Sweden)

“EACS 21st Biennial Conference and EACS Young Scholar Award”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Hilde De Weerdt

Leiden University (The Netherlands)

“Chinese Digital Humanities (C-DH) Summer School”

Grant amount: €45,000

Grant period: 1 year





Recipients in the Asia-Pacific Region Unit: US$

(in order of date application received)

 

A. Conference and Seminar Grants

 

1. Yuk Wah Chan

City University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)

“Workshop on ‘Asian Migration and Diasporas: Mobility, Diversity and Development’ -- Expert Meeting and Book Series Launch”

Grant amount: US$22,000

Grant period: 6 months

 

2. Chengxin Pan

Deakin University (Australia)

“Theorising China’s Rise in/beyond International Relations”

Grant amount: US$15,080

Grant period: 6 months

 

3. James D. Frankel

The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)

“International Conference on Islamic Arts in Intercultural Perspective and Ethnographies of Islam in China”

Grant amount: US$16,000

Grant period: 6 months





Recipients in the Developing Regions Unit: US$

(in order of date application received)

 

A. Research Grants

 

1. Wei-lun Lu

Masaryk University (Czech Republic)

“The Language of Death in Contemporary Taiwan: Evidence from Condolatory Idioms, Presidential Eulogies and the Self-introductions of Undertakers”

Grant amount: US$24,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

2. Maja Veselič

University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)

“Religious Organizations and Disaster Response in Contemporary Taiwan and China”

Grant amount: US$24,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

3. Poh Chua Siah

Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Malaysia)

“Why do Students from Malaysia Chinese Independence Schools Choose to Continue their Tertiary Education in Taiwan?”

Grant amount: US$10,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

4. Csaba István Moldicz

Budapest Business School, University of Applied Sciences (Hungary)

“Economic Relations between Taiwan and the European Union”

Grant amount: US$9,000

Grant period: 1 year

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