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Grant Recipients, 2015-2016 (II)

May 29, 2016
Recipients in the Domestic Region   Unit: NT$

(in order of date application received)

 

A. Cooperative Research Grants

 

1. Hsiang-Ke Chao

Department of Economics, National Tsing Hua University, with Hsiao-ting Lin of Hoover Institution, Stanford University (USA)

“Transition and Transformation: The United States and the Making of Postwar Taiwan’s Economic, Military and Political Security, 1949-1970”

Grant amount: NT$2,100,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

B. Conference and Seminar Grants

 

1. Shu-Wei Hsieh

Center for the Study of Chinese Religions, National Chengchi University, with Wai-Lun Tam of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)

“‘Research on History and Contemporary Local Daoism’ International Collaborative Academic Conference and Research Project Workshop”

Grant amount: NT$570,000

Grant period: 6 months

 

2. Jui-Teng Li

Department of Chinese Literature, National Central University, with Songjian Zhang of Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)

“Looking Back at 1949: Literature and History”

Grant amount: NT$350,000

Grant period: 6 months

 

3. Chien-Ming Yu

Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica, with Barbara Mittler of Heidelberg University (Germany)

“International Symposium of Modern Chinese Women’s History in the Digital Era”

Grant amount: NT$600,000

Grant period: 6 months

 

C. Publication Subsidies

 

1. José Eugenio Borao Mateo

Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, National Taiwan University, with David Martínez Robles of Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (Spain)

The Glances between Spain and China: A Century of Relations between Both Countries (1864-1973)

Grant amount: NT$420,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

D. Special Project Grants

 

1. Pi-twan Huang

The Taipei Chinese PEN

The Taipei Chinese PEN -- A Quarterly Journal of Contemporary Chinese Literature from Taiwan

Grant amount: NT$1,500,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

 

 

Recipients in the American Region   Unit: US$

(in order of date application received)

 

A. Research Grants

 

1. Reza Hasmath

University of Alberta (Canada)

“Policy Innovation and Institutional Change in China”

Grant amount: US$14,494

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Alexander Vadimovich Pantsov

Capital University

“Chiang Kai-shek Biography (The First Russian Edition)”

Grant amount: US$23,000

Grant period: 2 years

 

3. Daniel Kaufman

City University of New York, Queens College

“Constituency in Formosan Languages”

Grant amount: US$9,740

Grant period: 1 year

 

4. Max Woodworth

Ohio State University

“Modular Urbanism: Policy Isomorphism and Spatial-temporal Irregularity in Contemporary China”

Grant amount: US$13,860

Grant period: 2 years

 

B. Conference/Seminar/Workshop Grants

 

1. Jie Lu

American University

“Dynamics of Youth Political Participation and Political Culture: A Comparison of Mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong”

Grant amount: US$25,000

Grant period: 6 months

   

2. Tina Lu

Yale University

“Xu Wei and the Cultural Frontiers of 16th Century China”

Grant amount: US$12,672

Grant period: 6 months

 

3. Zev Joseph Handel  

University of Washington, Seattle

“Workshop on Sino-Tibetan Languages of Southwest China”

Grant amount: US$11,698

Grant period: 6 months

 

C. Publication Subsidies

 

1. Emily Andrew

University of British Columbia Press (Canada)

Layers and Spaces of the State: Non-government Organisations and the Chinese State”, by Jennifer Hsu

Grant amount: US$4,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Emily Andrew

University of British Columbia Press (Canada)

The Cool Mountains: Violence in Upland Southwest China, 1800-1956”, by Joseph Lawson

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Jonathan Fiedler  

Columbia University Press

Essays on Chinese History and Culture (Volumes 1 and 2)”, by Ying-shih Yu (With editorial assistance of Josephine Chiu-Duke and Michael S. Duke)

Grant amount: US$10,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

4. Beth Fuget

University of Washington Press

Rural China on the Eve of Revolution”, by Stevan Harrell and William Lavely

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

5. Beth Fuget

University of Washington Press

Rural Origins, City Lives”, by Roberta Zavoretti

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

6. Beth Fuget

University of Washington Press

Two Centuries of Manchu Women Poets”, by Wilt Idema

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

D. Scholar Grants

 

(a) Scholar Grants

 

1. John Christopher Hamm

University of Washington, Seattle

“Marvelous Heroes: A Study of Xiang Kairan’s Fiction”

Grant amount: US$18,184

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Anthony Barbieri-Low

University of California, Santa Barbara

“The Many Lives of the First Emperor of China, from History to Myth to Popular Culture”

Grant amount: US$40,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Garret Olberding

University of Oklahoma

“Designing Boundaries: The Composition of Sovereign Space in Early China”

Grant amount: US$35,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

4. Robert F. Campany

Vanderbilt University 

“Dreams and Dreamers in Early Medieval China”

Grant amount: US$40,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

5. Wei-cheng Lin

University of Chicago  

“Performative Architecture of China”

Grant amount: US$24,500

Grant period: 1 year

 

6. Ming Wen

University of Utah

“Youth Development in China: The Role of Rural-Urban Origin and Residence”

Grant amount: US$30,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

7. Jin Lu

Purdue University

“Christianity and Chinese Spiritual Traditions: Chinese Catholic Intellectuals before Vatican II, 1912-1965”

Grant amount: US$30,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

8. Hooi-ling Soh

University of Minnesota

“New Approaches to the Study of the Discourse (Sentence Final) Particle DE in Mandarin Chinese”

Grant amount: US$25,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

9. Eric C.C. Chang

Michigan State University

“Political Corruption in East Asian Democracies”

Grant amount: US$34,992

Grant period: 1 year

 

10. Manling Luo

Indiana University, Bloomington

“Cultural Memory and Historical Miscellanies in Medieval China, 618-960”

Grant amount: US$25,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

11. Shiao Wei Tham

Wellesley College

“Verb Meaning, Sentence Structure, and Context: A View from Locative Expressions in Mandarin Chinese”

Grant amount: US$20,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

(b) Junior Scholar Grants

 

1. Dominic Meng-hsuan Yang

University of Missouri, Columbia

“The Great Exodus: Trauma, Diaspora, and the Chinese Mainlanders in Taiwan, 1940s-2000s”

Grant amount: US$30,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Jennifer Hsu

University of Alberta (Canada)

“China as an International Development Actor: The Role of NGOs and GONGOs”

Grant amount: US$14,550

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Jessica Leight

Williams College 

“Farm to Factory: The Impact of Quasi-exogenous Shocks to County Industrial Demand on the Agricultural Transition in Rural China”

Grant amount: US$23,300

Grant period: 1 year

 

4. Calvin Hui

College of William and Mary

“Useless: Fashion, Media, and Consumer Culture in Contemporary China”

Grant amount: US$30,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

5. Mujun Zhou

University of California, Berkeley

“Reconstructing Solidarity: An Inquiry into the Difficulties and Hope in China’s Civil Society Activisms since the 1990s”

Grant amount: US$30,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

6. Qiang Fu

University of British Columbia (Canada)

“Urban Transformation and Neighborhood Engagement in China”

Grant amount: US$19,800

Grant period: 1 year

 

7. Nancy Lin

Vanderbilt University

“Mannered Monks and Model Kings: Worldly Buddhists in Early Modern Tibet”

Grant amount: US$20,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

8. Kerry Ratigan

Amherst College

“China’s Postcode Lottery: How Local Governance Shapes Social Policy in China”

Grant amount: US$27,133

Grant period: 1 year

 

9. Nick Admussen

Cornell University

“World Censorship through Chinese Poetics”

Grant amount: US$20,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

10. Jade d’Alpoim Guedes

Washington State University

“High and Dry: Understanding a Major Cultural Transition on the Margins of the Chinese Himalayas”

Grant amount: US$30,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

11. Yu Zhang

Randolph-Macon College

“To the Soil: Redefining the Chinese Modern in Rural China, 1915-1965”

Grant amount: US$19,200

Grant period: 1 year

 

12. Yan Long

Indiana University, Bloomington

“Side Effects: The Transnational Doing and Undoing of AIDS Politics in China”

Grant amount: US$30,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

E. Doctoral Fellowships

 

1. Hyunsook Moon-Chen

University of California, Santa Barbara

“Exchange Rate Policy and Policy Diffusion: Exchange Rate Regime Choices in East Asia”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Kevin Buckelew

Columbia University

“Pregnant Metaphor: Language, Practice, and Embodiment in Middle Period Chinese Buddhism”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Yunshuang Zhang

University of California, Los Angeles

“Porous Privacy: The Literati Studio and Spatiality in Song China”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

4. Xuejing Zuo

University of Houston

“Peer Effects, Socialization and the Development of the Gender Gap in Risk Preferences: Evidence from Rural China”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

5. Hanzhang Liu

Columbia University

“Individual Upward Mobility and Authoritarian Stability: Merit-based Bureaucratic Recruitment in Contemporary China”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

6. Zhenzhen Lu

University of Pennsylvania

“The Vernacular World of Pu Songling”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

7. Patricia Chen

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

“Talk of Rights: Collective Bargaining and Legal Action among China’s Workers”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

8. Chelsea Zi Wang

Columbia University

“Communication, Paperwork, and Administrative Efficiency in Ming China, 1369-1644”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

9. Bo Wang

University of Wisconsin, Madison

“Cultural Conceptions of the Nature and Management of Solid Waste in Tibetan Southwest China”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

10. Le Lin

University of Chicago

“The Emergence and Transformation of China’s Education and Training Industry, 1980-2010”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

11. Shenglan Li

Binghamton University

“Refashioning Care: Modern Nursing, Gendered Politics, and Embodied Experiences in Wartime China, 1900-1950”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

12. Peng Liu

Columbia University

“The Way of Darkness and Light: Daoist Divine Women in Late Imperial Chinese Fiction”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

13. Timothy Clifford

University of Pennsylvania

“Ancient-style Prose, Literary Anthologies, and Form and in Ming Dynasty China”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

14. Anne Rebull

University of Chicago

“Performing Aesthetics from the Stage, Screen, and Page: Xiqu Reform, 1937-1959”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

15. Jin Li

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

“The Age of Taming Demons: The Reassembling of Buddhism between Tibet and China”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

16. Yoel Kornreich

University of British Columbia (Canada)

“Authoritarian Responsiveness in China: Impact of Online Consultation on Policymaking”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

17. Jing Chen

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

“Anthologizing Culture: Publication and Reception of Ancient-style Poetry Anthologies in Late Imperial China, 1500s-1700s”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

18. Tao Shi

University of California, Los Angeles

“Household Economy in the Nanyang Basin, China, during 4000-3000 BC”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

19. Jinok Lee

University of Texas, Austin

“Subsistence Ecology in the Making of the Shang State, Eastern China”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

20. Shiu On Chu

Brown University

“Reinventing the 5th Great Invention: The Rise of Modern Testing Regime in 20th Century China, 1905-1968”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

21. Oi Ying Irene Pang

Brown University

“Becoming Citizens: Construction Workers in Beijing and Delhi”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

22. Da Lin

University of Pittsburgh

“The Political Economy of Kun Opera in China, 1940s-2010”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

23. Lizhi Liu

Stanford University

“From Click to Boom: The Political Economy of E-commerce Growth in China”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

24. Jason Wu

University of California, San Diego

“Ideology and Public Opinion in China”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

25. Lei Qin

Washington University, St. Louis 

“Newspaper Supplements and the Rise of ‘Organic’ Intellectuals: A Cultural Study of the Shenbao Supplement Free Talk, 1927-1937”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

26. Elizabeth Lord

University of Toronto (Canada)

“Rural/Urban Inequalities and the Making of a Green Oasis: The Politics of Environmental Knowledge Production in China”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

27. Fengming Lu

Duke University  

“How Does Authoritarian Party Work: Recruitment, Co-optation, and Political Control of the Chinese Communist Party”

Grant amount:US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

F. Dissertation Fellowships for ROC Students Abroad

 

1. Ssu-Fang Liu

University of California, Irvine

“Experiencing China on the Road: Affective Travelogues and Bodily Epistemology”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Shiau-Yun Chen

Cornell University

“Emotion and Violence: Gender Politics in Late Imperial Chinese Famlies”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Wenyi Huang

McGill University (Canada)

“Crossing the Frontier between North and South in Early Medieval China, 386-534 CE”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

4. Ben Pin-Yun Wang

Pennsylvania State University

“A Cognitive-Pragmatic Study on the Modal Verbs of Possibility in Chinese”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

5. Tzu-Chi Ou

Columbia University

“China’s Urbanization from Below: Migration, Double Dwelling, and Freedom”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

6. Yi-Ling Chiang

University of Pennsylvania

“Due Distinction: Becoming Elite in ‘Meritocratic’ China”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

7. Jing-Mao Ho

Cornell University

“Social Statistics, Categorization, and Nation-state Formation: A Historical Sociological Study of the Republic of China (1912-2012) Supplemented by a Cross-national Event History Analysis (1800-2000)”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

8. I-Hsuan Huang

City University of New York

“Coming of Age through Dwelling in Places and Negotiating Space”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

9. Yi-En Tso

University of Texas, Dallas

“Locations for Emergency Shelters in Taiwan: A Policy Issue in Disaster Preparedness”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

 10. Wei-Ting Yen

Ohio State University

“Micro-Foundations of Asian Welfare States: Welfare Politics in Taiwan and Indonesia”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

11. Yi-Chun Chien

University of Toronto (Canada)

“Long-term Care and Migrant Workers: Comparing Migrant Care Worker Policies in Taiwan and South Korea”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

12. Po-Chun Huang

Michigan State University

“Effects of Reemployment Bonuses and Extended Unemployment Benefits in Taiwan: Theory and Evidence”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

●Wait List

(a) Humanities

 

1. Laura Jo-Han Wen (#1 in the Humanities Category)

University of Wisconsin, Madison

“Screen Culture, Visual Power, and the Beyond: A Transmedia Archaeology of the Cinema in Colonial Taiwan, 1895-1945”

 

2. Sheng-Hsun Lee (#2 in the Humanities Category)

Pennsylvania State University

“Developing Narrative Competence: From the Chinese Classroom in the U.S.A. to Study Abroad in Taiwan”

 

3. Ting-Ting Chan (#3 in the Humanities Category)

Northern Illinois University

“The Aesthetics of Cultural Mediation: Transnational Family Discourse in Ang Lee’s Cinema”

 

 (b) Social Sciences

 

1. Kuo-Hsun Ma (#1 in the Social Sciences Category)

University of Connecticut

“Bridging the Second Digital Divide? A Cross-National Comparison between

Taiwan, China, and the World”

 

2. Szu-Yun Hsu (#2 in the Social Sciences Category)

University of British Columbia (Canada)

“Reshaping National Economy: Trade Disputes and Hegemonic Struggles in Post-Cold War Taiwan”

 

 

 

 

Recipients in the European Region   Unit: €

(in order of date application received)

 

A. Lecture Series Grants

 

1. Curie Virag

Central European University (Hungary)

“The Human and the Sciences of Nature: Chinese and Comparative Perspectives”

Grant amount: €22,000

Grant period: 2 years

 

B. Research Grants

 

1. Ming-Sung Kuo

University of Warwick (UK)

“Unmoored from International Legality: Rights Internationalism and Taiwan’s Embrace of International Human Rights Law”

Grant amount: €40,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

2. Franciscus Verellen

École Française d’Extrême-Orient (France)

“Gao Pian高駢 (822-887): General, Architect, and Patron in Late Tang China”

Grant amount: €75,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

3. Françoise Mengin

Sciences Po (France)

“Masking Statehood: Mechanisms for Challenging, Negotiating and Circumventing the International Sovereignty of the Republic of China (Taiwan) in Comparative Perspective”

Grant amount: €35,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

4. Kun-Chin Lin

University of Cambridge (UK)

“Maritime Governance in 21st Century Asia: Historical Legacy and Legal Foundation for Economic and Security Cooperation”

Grant amount: €51,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

C. Conference and Seminar Grants

 

1. Hans Ulrich Vogel

University of Tübingen (Germany)

“Marco Polo Studies: Past, Present, Future”

Grant amount: €8,000

Grant period: 6 months

 

2. Susanne Weigelin-Schwiedrzik

University of Vienna (Austria)

“Mao Zedong: Exploring Multidimensional Approaches to the Writing of Biography”

Grant amount: €18,000

Grant period: 6 months

 

3. Johanna Hood

Roskilde University (Denmark)

“Interdisciplinary Approaches to Understanding, Theorizing, Researching and Engaging Tissue Economies in China”

Grant amount: €20,000

Grant period: 6 months

 

4. Sergey Radchenko

Cardiff University (UK)

“The Chinese Civil War and the Cold War: The Regional Impact”

Grant amount: €22,000

Grant period: 6 months

 

D. Publication Subsidies

 

1. Brigitte Baptandier

Laboratoire d’Ethnologie et de Sociologie Comparative, LESC-UMR 7186 (France)

De la lacune, le battement de la vie. Le corps naturel et ses representations en Chine”, edited by Brigitte Baptandier

Grant amount: €5,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Ming-Yeh T. Rawnsley

University of London (UK)

Taiwan Cinema, International Reception and Social Change”, edited by Kuei-fen Chiu, Ming-Yeh T. Rawnsley and Gary Rawnsley

Grant amount: €4,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Vibeke Børdahl

Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (Denmark)

Western Han -- A Yangzhou Storyteller’s Script”, edited by Vibeke Børdahl and Liangyan Ge

Grant amount: €8,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

E. Special Project Grants

 

1. Ming-Yeh T. Rawnsley

European Association of Taiwan Studies (UK)

“European Association of Taiwan Studies -- Application for Continued Funding from the Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange (2017–2019)”

Grant amount: €35,700

Grant period: 3 years

 

F. Doctoral Fellowships

 

1. David Serfass

École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (France)

“A Study of the Nanjing Government as Part of the Japanese Occupation State in China (1940-45)”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Lia Wei

University of London (UK)

“Rock-cut Caves in the Upper Yangzi River: Identifying a Stone Working Tradition (2nd to 3rd Century CE)”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Ailika Schinkoethe

University of Tuebingen (Germany)

“Liu Zhiji’s Shitong and its Revival in Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) -- Pacing Historiography Anew”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

4. Verity Robins

University of Oxford (UK)

“Negotiated Authoritarianism: Older People’s Associations and Social Governance in Contemporary Rural China”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

 5. Pui Lun Chan

Leiden University (The Netherlands)

“A Cultural Biography of Peking Opera in Hong Kong”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

6. Valentin Philippon

École Pratique des Hautes Études (France)

“Medicine in Chinese Historiography: Physician Biographies and Medical Anecdotes from the Twenty-Six Histories (Ershiliu Shi二十六史) (453 B.C.-1911)”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

7. Gesa Stupperich

Heidelberg University (Germany)

“‘Ordering the Age’ -- Terms of Political Discourse in the Qing Dynasty Imperial Statecraft Compendia皇朝經世文編 (1827-1903)”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

8. Ghassan Moazzin

University of Cambridge (UK)

“Networks of Capital: German Bankers and China’s Financial Internationalisation (1885-1919)”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

9. Anna Sawerthal

Heidelberg University (Germany)

“A Newspaper for Tibet: The yul phyogs so so’i gsar ‘gyur me long (1925-1963)”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

10. Lisa Bauer-Zhao

University of Hildesheim (Germany)

“‘Xiandai Yishu’ 現代藝術as ‘Modern Art’? On the Understanding of Modern and Contemporary Art in Taiwan’s Art Critique”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

11. Justine Rochot

École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (France)

“‘Elder Gangs’: A Sociology of Retired People’s Socializing Places in Contemporary Urban China”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

12. Geoffrey Humble

University of Birmingham (UK)

“Narrative Constructions of Political Legitimacy and Statehood in the Yuanshi: The Reign of Ögödei Qa’an (1229-1241)”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

13. Emanuela Garatti

École Pratique des Hautes Études/Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Müchen (France/Germany)

“Cultural Exchanges between Tang China and the Tibetan Empire: A Study of the Chinese Influences on the Tibetan Conception of Kingship between the VII and the IX Centuries”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

14. Chun Xu

Heidelberg University (Germany)

“Surviving the Dragons: A Water History of Yunnan (1253-1681)”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

15. Léo Kloeckner

Université Paris 1 - Panthéon Sorbonne (France)

“Framing Public Space and Controlling Urban Society: Visual Displays on the Walls of Beijing”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

●Wait List

 

 1. Barbara Witt

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Müchen (Germany)

“The ‘Nezha Legend’ in Fengshen yanyi: A Literary Analysis”

 

2. Lin Sun

University of Oxford (UK)

“The Economy of Empire Building: The Jurchen Commercial Economy and Trade Networks in the Early Qing China, 1583-1644”

 

G. Postdoctoral Research Fellowships

 

1. Julie Remoiville

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique/École Pratique des Hautes Études (France)

“Traditional Practices and Cultural Beliefs around Pregnancy in Urban China: Approach of the Gender Process in Contemporary Chinese Families”

Grant amount: €21,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Stéphanie Homola

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (France)

“Hand Mnemonics and Counting Skills: An Exploration in Popular Mathematics through ‘Treasure of the Palm (Yizhangjin 一掌金)’ Techniques”

Grant amount: €20,500

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Pamela Hunt

University of Oxford (UK)

“Configurations of Masculinity and Realms of Agency in Post-1989 Chinese Fiction”

Grant amount: €42,000

Grant period: 2 years

 

 4. Alice Bianchi

Centre de Recherche sur les Civilisations de l’Asie Orientale (France)

“Representing Disasters and Relief in China: From the Late Imperial Period to the Second Sino-Japanese War”

Grant amount: €38,000

Grant period: 2 years

 

●Wait List

 

1. Fleur Chabaille

Freie Universität Berlin (Germany)

“A Connected History of the Expansion of Foreign Settlements in China”

 

2. Irene Masdeu Torruella

Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain)

“Identities on the Move: Intergenerational Mobilities between China and Spain”

 

H. Dissertation Fellowships for ROC Students Abroad

 

1. Kuan-jen Chen

University of Cambridge (UK)

“The Republic of China and the Establishment of a Maritime Order in Cold War East Asia, 1945-1979”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Hsiao-Chiao Chiu

University of London (UK)

“An Island of the Floating World: An Anthropological Account of the Everyday Life in Post-Cold War Kinmen”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Yu-Ming Liu

University of Bristol (UK)

“Is There a Confucian Tradition of International Thought in East Asia? A Critical Investigation”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

4. Yung-Djong Shaw

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Germany)

“Deterioration of Constitutional Values in the Context of Regional Integration: A Comparison of the EU and Taiwan”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

5. Jyr-Jong Lin

University of Cambridge (UK)

“Rationality, Authority, and Coerciveness: A Reflection on the Normativity of Law and Discourse in Taiwan Social Movements”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

6. Chun-Chi Hung

University of London (UK)

“Is the State’s Registration System an Appropriate Approach to Protect Traditional Cultural Expressions? A Post-Colonial Perspective on Taiwan’s Protection Act for the Traditional Intellectual Creations of Indigenous Peoples”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

7. Ya-Wen Yang

University of London (UK)

“Towards Democratic Citizenship for Temporary Migrant Workers”

Grant amount: €15,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

●Wait List

(a) Social Sciences

 

 1. Hui-Ju Tsai (#3 in the Social Sciences Category)

Loughborough University (UK)

“The Neoliberalisation of Cultural Policy in Britain and Taiwan: A Comparative Study”

 

 

 

 

Recipients in the Asia-Pacific Region   Unit: US$

(in order of date application received)

 

A. Lecture Series Grants

 

1. Weishan Huang

The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)

“Globalization and Religion -- Global Religious Networks from the East”

Grant amount: US$20,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

B. Research Grants

 

1. Gunner Mikkelsen

Macquarie University (Australia)

“A Dictionary of Early Christian (Nestorian) Texts in Chinese”

Grant amount: US$40,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

2. Denise Tse-Shang Tang

The University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)

“Hongkongers’ Taiwan Dream: Exploring Life Experiences of Hong Kong Immigrants Living in Taiwan”

Grant amount: US$40,000

Grant period: 2 years

 

3. Yanto Chandra

City University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)

“Unpacking the Management Practices of Chinese Social Enterprises”

Grant amount: US$42,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

4. Wenwei Guan

City University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)

“Copyright and Free Speech in the Web 2.0 Era: Hong Kong and Taiwan’s Parody Copyright Exception and Beyond”

Grant amount: US$40,000

Grant period: 2 years

 

5. Shiyu Louisa Wei

City University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)

“Women Directors in the Taiwanese Film Industry: History and Development”

Grant amount: US$70,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

6. Kin Sum Li

Hong Kong Baptist University (Hong Kong)

“Industrial Production and Unification of the Weight System in the Qin Empire”

Grant amount: US$52,000

Grant period: 2 years

 

7. Michael Haugh

Griffith University (Australia)

“Humor in Taiwan”

Grant amount: US$60,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

8. Ming Sing

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Hong Kong)

“Explaining the Origins and Divergent Outcomes in the Sunflower and Umbrella Movement”

Grant amount: US$45,000

Grant period: 2 years

 

C. Conference and Seminar Grants

 

1. Ming Chiu Lai

The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)

“Conference on the Studies of the History of Warring States and Qin-Han Periods: From the Perspective of Bamboo and Wooden Manuscripts”

Grant amount: US$20,000

Grant period: 6 months

 

D. Dissertation Fellowships for ROC Students Abroad

 

1. Tien-Hsiang Huang

University of Tokyo (Japan)

“Japanese Concepts of Landholding in Early Colonial Taiwan”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Yu-sheng Lin

Kyoto University (Japan)

“Yiguan Dao Beliefs and Practices in Thailand: A Consideration of Thai Social and Religious Change”

Grant amount: US$18,000

Grant period: 1 year

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