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Grant Recipients, 2017-2018 (I)

Dec 16, 2017

Recipients in the Domestic Region

A. Conference and Seminar Grants

1. I-Hsi Chang

Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Chiao Tung University, with Khee Heong Koh of National University of Singapore (Singapore)
“Literati Societies in East Asia, 16th-18th Centuries”
Grant amount : NT$300,000
Grant period : 6 months



Recipients in the American Region

A. Conference and Seminar Grants

1. Richard von Glahn

University of California, Los Angeles
“Cambridge Economic History of China”
Grant amount : US$25,000
Grant period : 6 months

2. Lucas Bender

Yale University
“Reconsidering Chinese Literature in the World: An International Symposium”
Grant amount : US$20,000
Grant period : 6 months

3. James Cook

University of Pittsburgh
“The Intersections of Colonialism and Medicine in East Asia Conference”
Grant amount : US$15,000
Grant period : 6 months

4. Shu-wen Tang

North American Taiwan Studies Association
“Beyond an Island: Taiwan in Comparative Perspective”
Grant amount : US$25,000
Grant period : 6 months


B. Publication Subsidies

1. Molly Fuller

University of Minnesota Press
Information Fantasies and Postsocialist Imaginations in China: 1978-1989”, by Xiao Liu
Grant amount : US$5,000
Grant period : 1 year

2. Olivia Bartz

Stanford University Press
Raising Global Families: Parenting, Immigration, and Class in Taiwan and the US”, by Pei-chia Lan
Grant amount : US$4,000
Grant period : 1 year

3. Beth Fuget

University of Washington Press
Jesuit Missionaries and Catholic Women in China: The Making of a Domestic Religion, 1580–1700”, by Nadine Amsler
Grant amount : US$5,000
Grant period : 1 year

4. Beth Fuget

University of Washington Press
Sexuality in China: Histories of Power and Pleasure”, by Howard Chiang
Grant amount : US$5,000
Grant period : 1 year

5. Joy Deng

Harvard University Press
What Is China? Territory, Ethnicity, Culture, and History”, by Zhaoguang Ge
Grant amount : US$5,000
Grant period : 1 year


C. Special Project Grants

1. Michael Paschal

Association for Asian Studies
“CCKF-CIAC Small Grant Program and CCKF Graduate Student Paper Award”
Grant amount : US$129,000
Grant period : 3 years

2. Peter Bol

Harvard University
International Conference on the Cyberinfrastructure for Historical China Studies
Grant amount : US$30,000
Grant period : 1 year

3. Seteney Shami

Social Science Research Council
“InterAsian Connections VI: Hanoi”
Grant amount : US$25,000
Grant period : 1 year



Recipients in the European Region

A. Conference and Seminar Grants

1. Graham Smith

University of Leeds (UK)
“Friendship and Politics: Cross-Cultural Perspectives”
Grant amount : €19,000
Grant period : 6 months

2. Andrea Janku

University of London (UK)
“Centring the Margin: Environmental Histories of Yunnan and China’s Southwestern Frontiers”
Grant amount : €15,520
Grant period : 6 months

3. Xuelei Huang

The University of Edinburgh (UK)
“In the Realm of the Senses: Mapping China’s Modern Sensorium”
Grant amount : €21,000
Grant period : 6 months

4. Lisa Indraccolo

University of Zurich (Switzerland)
“Warp, Woof, Wen / Phoneme, Pattern, Pun -- Structural Approaches to Early Chinese Texts”
Grant amount : €16,000
Grant period : 6 months

5. Philip Entwistle

University College Dublin (Ireland)
“State and Society under Xi Jinping: The First Five Years”
Grant amount : €875
Grant period : 6 months


B. Publication Subsidies

1. Ming-yeh Tsai Rawnsley

Aberystwyth University (UK)
International Journal of Taiwan Studies (IJTS)
Grant amount : €10,000
Grant period : 1 year

2. Robyn Klingler-Vidra

University of London (UK)
The Venture Capital State: Contextually Rational Policymaking in East Asia”, by Robyn Klingler-Vidra
Grant amount : €4,000
Grant period : 1 year


C. Special Project Grants

1. Irina Popova

Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia)
“The Asiatic Museum -- The Institute of Oriental Manuscripts of the Russian Academy of Sciences, in the History of Chinese Studies”
Grant amount : US$20,000
Grant period : 1 year

2. Bart Dessein

European Association of Chinese Studies (Belgium)
“EACS 22nd Biennial Conference and EACS Young Scholar Award”
Grant amount : €15,000
Grant period : 1 year



Recipients in Developing Regions

A. Library Acquisition Grants

1. Andris Vilks

National Library of Latvia (Latvia)
“Completing Essential Research Resources in the Library of AsiaRes (Baltic Research Center for East Asian Studies) in the National Library of Latvia”
Grant amount : US$9,000
Grant period : 3 years

2. Maja Lavrač

University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
“Advancing Sinology/Chinese Studies at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia”
Grant amount : US$9,000
Grant period : 3 years

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