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Grant Recipients, 1993-1994

Grant Recipients, 1993-1994


Recipients in the Domestic Region

A. Research Grants

1. Werner Burger

University of Hong Kong
Development of Ch’ing Cash

2. Fu Chang

Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica
Research in Automatic Processing of Historical Documents and Computer Recognition of ChineseCharacters

3. Chiu-Yu Cheng

Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica
Independence of Tonal Features in Chinese

4. Ming-li Cheng

National Normal University
International Chinese Literature during 1937-1945

5. Chien Chiao

The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Traditional Musicians in Shanxi

6. Issac Ehrlich

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Economic Growth and Economic Equality: An International Comparison with Emphasis on Chinese Economics

7. Hwang-chenrg Gong

Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica
Investigation and Research on the Qiangic Languages of Tibeto-Burman

8. Pei-Jong Huang

National Taiwan University
Researches in the Silk Manuscripts from the Han Tomb at Mawangdui

9. Han-lin L

National Chiao Tung University
Habitual Domains, Patterns and Hidden Barriers to Decision Making – Theory with Evidence in Chinese History

10. Chou Lin

The Chinese University of Hong Kong
The Mazu Temple:Iconography, Architecture, and Social Organization in the South China Culture Sphere

11. Shu-jong Lin

National Tsing Hwa University
Illness and Healing among the Dong in China

12. Da-luk Lu

The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Economic Culture and Behavior in Chinese Society: The Case of Hong Kong

13. Ben-yieh Tsao

The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Comparative Study of Regional and Transregional Taoist Ritual Music Traditions of Major Temples in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan

14. Ch’iu Kuei Wang

National Tsing Hwa University
Chinese Regional Theatre in Its Social and Ritual Contexts

15. How Man Wong

China Exploration and Research Society
Locating Lost Cities of the Silk Road Using NASA'S Shuttle Imaging

B. Database Grants

1. Ju-jen Huang

Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica
The Collection of Old Chinese Lexis and the Creation of an Electronic Lexicon of Old Chinese

C. Publication Subsidies

1. Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica

Ts’ui-jung Liu
Nature and Man in Chinese History

D. Conferences, Workshops and Seminars

1. Louis Yang-Ching Cheng

The Chinese University of Hong Kong
The Second International Conference on the Psychotherapy for the Chinese

2. Council of Cultural Development and Planning

Conference on Chinese Literature and Translation

3. Ngai-ha Ng Lun

The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Third Meeting of the International Symposium on the History of the Chinese Maritime Customs

4. Cheng-hwa Tsang

Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica
The International Consortium for the Conservation of the Chinese Archaeology Collections Project

5. Benjamin Tsou

City Polytechnic University of Hong Kong
Third International Conference on Chinese Linguistics

E. Distinguished Lectureship

1. National Taiwan University

Shou-jong Chang
Kwang-ching Liu


Recipients in the American Region

A. Institutional Enhancement Grants

1. Asian Art Museum of San Francisco

Patricia Berger
Chinese Ceramics Research and Publication Project

2. Association for Asian Studies

Ellen B. Widmer
Promotion of scholarly contact, networks, and collaboration in Chinese Studies


Martin Tamny
City college Chinese Society Instuctor

4. Colorado College

Jane Cauvel
Dr. LI Zehou
Three-year Distinguished Professor of Chinese Studies at Colorado college

5. El Colegio de Mexico

Flora Botton Beja
Enhancement of a Chinese Studies Program

6. Inter-University Program for Chinese Language

Lyman P. Van Slyke
Summer Postdoctoral Language Fellowship Program

7. University of Colorado at Boulder

Paul W. Kroll
Visiting Scholar

8. University of Maryland at College Park

George H. Quester
International Schology Exchange

9. University of Pennsylvania

Richard R. Beeman
Support for an Assistant Professor in Chinese Anthropology

10. University of Pittsburgh

Evelyn Rawski
Explanations from the Past: A Preliminary Project on Teaching Contemporary Chinese Culture in the Undergraduate

11. Vassar College

Nancy S. Dye
Position in Chinese Philosophy and Literature

B. Research Grants

1. Irene Bloom

Columbia University
Revision of Sources of Chinese Tradition

2. C. Montgomery Broaded

University of Pittsburgh
Educational and Occupational Attainment in Urban Taiwan: A Collaborative, Longitudinal Study

3. Hui-ching Chang

University of South Dakota
The Changing Interpersonal Relationship Patterns in Taiwan: An Observation from Books Addressing Interpersonal Skills

4. Tun-jen Cheng

College of William and Mary
Direct Local Elections and Chinese Political Culture

5. Julia Ching

University of Toronto
The Religious Thought of Chu Hsi (1130-1200)

6. Ralph N. Clough

Johns Hopkins University
Balancing the Triangle: the Dynamics of US-PRC-Taiwan Relations

7. Marisela Connelly

El Colegio de Mexico
Republic of China: From tradition to modernization

8. Kenneth Dean

McGill University
A Survey of Temple Networks, Lineages, and Ritual Activities in the Xinghua Region

9. Clemente Ruiz Duran

Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
The role of small and medium enterprises in economic development( A comparative analysis of Taiwan and Mexico )

10. Chuimei Ho

Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago
The Early Ceramic Economy of Southern Fukien

11. Winston T. Lin

State University of New York at Buffalo
A Comparative Analysis of the Efficiency of Major Industries

12. Paul C. B. Liu

University of Washington
The Legal Protection of Intellectual Property and International Trade Negotiation between the United States and the Republic of China

13. Emerson M.S. Niou

Duke University
An Evaluation of the Republic of China's Foreign Policy Alternatives

14. John R. Shepherd

University of Virginia
Marriage and Mortality: The Chinese Demographic Regime on Taiwan 1870-1930

15. Chi Wang

Library of Congress
Chinese Microfilm Research Guide Proposal

16. Marvin E. Wolfgang

American Academy of Political and Social Science
A Birth Cohort Study of Juvenile Delinquency in the People's Republic of China

C. Conferences, Seminars, Workshops

1. David Bachman

University of Washington
Taiwan on the Eve of the 21st Century: Aspects of Identity and Political Economy

2. Timothy Brook

University of Toronto
Conference: "Economy and Culture in Eastern Asia"

3. Marcus Franda

University of Maryland at College Park
China Regional Seminar

4. Edward Shaughnessy

University of Chicago
The Cambridge History of Ancient China

5. William S. Y. Wang

University of California at Berkeley
The Ancestry of Hanyu: a Symposium Proposal

D. Publication Subsidies

1. Center for Chinese Research Materials

Pingfeng Chi
The Creation of a Special Collection of Rare Research Materials for the Study of Wartime China, 1937-1945

2. Columbia University

Jennifer Crewe
Beyond Spring: Tz'u Poems of the Sung Dynasty Translated by Julie Landau

3. Princeton University

F.W. Mote
The East Asian Library Journal 1994-1995

4. Stanford University

John R. Zimmer
Monumentality in Early Chinese Art and Architecture

5. Stanford University

John R. Zimmer
Genealogy of the Way: The Construction and Uses of the Confucian Tradition in Late Imperial China

6. University of British Columbia Press

Edwin G. Pulleyblank
An Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar

7. University of California at Santa Barbara

Peter C. Sturman
A History of Painting: Mi Fu's Hua Shi

8. University of Chicago

Penelope Kaiserlian
The Journey to the West( Hsi-yu chi)

9. University of Hawaii Press

Patricia Crosby
"The Scripture on the Ten King" and the Making of Purgatory in Medieval Chinese Buddhism

10.University of Hawaii

Roger T. Ames
China Review International, a semi-annual journal of reviews

E. Travel Grants

1. Paul D. Carrington

Duke University
Conference on International Commercial Arbitration

2. The-kuang Chang

The Research Committee on Asia and Pacific Studies
To Develop China Study in the International Political Science Association

F. Senior Scholar Grants

1. David B. Chan

California State University at Hayward
Sun Yat-sen and the United States

2. Myron L. Cohen

Columbia University
A Comparative Study of Chinese Family Organization and Change

3. Perry Link

Princeton University
The Metaphors of Chinese Daily Life

4. Elizabeth J. Perry

University of California at Berkeley
Shanghai Strikes Back: Labor Protest and State Formation in Contemporary China

5. Don G. Price

University of California at Davis
Sung Chiao-jen(1882-1913): Personality, Culture and Politics

6. Carl Riskin

Rural Poverty in Mainland China

7. Hoyt Cleveland Tillman

Arizona State University
Chu-ko Liang in Chinese Cultural History

8. Stephen H. West

University of California at Berkeley
An Investigation of the Earliest Chinese Dramatic Texts

G. Walter Judd Fellowship

1. Carol Benedict

Williams College
The Chinese Sanitarians: Wenbing Medicine and Changing Conceptions of Disease in Nineteenth-Century China

H. Dissertation Fellowships

1. Yen-Kuei Chuang

Stanford University
Interpreting Culture, Identity and Change: the Case Study of a Chinese Family Lineage in Taiwan and the US

2. Amy D. Dooling

Columbia University
Modern Chinese Women's Writing and Narrative Practice

3. Martin W. Frazier

University of California at Berkeley
Policing the Factory Floor: the Transformation of Industrial Relations in China, 1945-1958

4. Diane J. Haring

Yale University
Mourning into Dancing: Light and Death in the Zoroastrian, Manichaean and Nestorian Traditions in Tang China

5. Elizabeth C. Henderson

University of Michigan
The Relationship Between Small Business and State: A Crucial Component of the Democratizing East Asian Model--The Case of Taiwan

6. Hsien-huei Liao

University of California at Los Angeles
Popular Religion and the Religious Beliefs of the Song Elite, 960-1276

7. Tobie Meyer

Stanford University
The Culture of Travel in 18th Century Yangzhou

8. Brook Ziporyn

University of Michigan
What's So Good About Evil: Value and Anti-value in Tiantai Thought and Its Anticedents

I. Postdoctoral Fellowships

1. William G. Kirby

Harvard University
State and Economy in Republican China

2. Kenneth Lieberthal

University of Michigan
A First Step toward Understanding the Sources and Limits of Institutional Durability in China

3. Julia Killin Murray

University of Wisconsin at Madison
Chinese Narrative Illustration and the Projection of Confucian Values in Art

4. William Nienhauser

University of Wisconsin at Madison
Intertextuality and Early Chinese Narrative: the Grand Scribe's Records, Its Precursors and Its Legacy

5. Stephen Owen

Harvard University
Essays in Early Chinese Literature

6. John R. Shepherd

University of Virginia
Marriage and Mortality: The Chinese Demographic Regime on Taiwan 1870-1930

7. Anne P. Underhill

McGill University
The Development of Social Complexity During the Late Neolithic Period of China, Circa 2600-1900 BC

J. CCK Fellowships Administered by the Canadian Association for Asian Studies

1. Jun Fang

University of Toronto
Dissertation Fellowship
Parallel Administration: the Southern Capital of Ming China

2. George Chu-sheng Lin

University of British Columbia
Postdoctoral Fellowship
Temporal and Spacial Characteristics of Taiwanese Investment in South China
$22, 000

3. William Ng

University of Toronto
Dissertation Fellowship
To Revive a Tradition: Contemporary Neo-Confucian Responses to Western Challenge

4. Dominique Ryon

University de Montreal
Postdoctoral Fellowship
Dongba Hierographic Script

K. R.O.C. PhD Dissertation Fellowships

1. Hsien-kuan Ann-Marie Hsiung

University of Hawaii
Seeking Women in Pre-modern Chinese Texts: A Feminist Re-vision of Ming Drama (1368-1644)

2. Hui-chuan Hsu

University of California at San Diego
Constraint-Based Phonology: Evidence from Language in China

3. Szu-chien Hsu

Columbia University
Evolution of Local State on Township Level in Post Mao Rural China

4. Ko-wu Huang

Stanford University
The Rejected Path: A Study of Liang Ch'I-ch'ao's Accomodative thinking (1902-1907)

5. Yiting Li

University of Pennsylvania
Commodity Money and Intermediation Under Private Information

6. Yun-Hsia Liang

University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Children's Orthographic Knowledge in Learning to Read Chinese: A Developmental Study

7. Chia-lung Lin

Yale University
Parties, Elections and Democratization in a Divided Society: A Historical-Institutional Perspective on Taiwan

8. Hsiu-ling Lin

University of Chicago
Orientalism and Primitivism in British Modernism: The Modernists' Views of Chinese Art in the Early 20th Century

9. Kuo-ming Lin

Yale University
The State, Organised Medicine and Health Care Politics: An Institutional Analysied Reginalizing Medical Care in Taiwan

10. Ming-cheng Lo

University of Michigan
Predicament and Power- Taiwanese Phycisians and the Sphere under Japanese Colonization

11. Hsiang-kwang Liu

Columbia University
Education and Society: Local Education in Hui-chou 960-1800

12. Feng-ying Ming

University of California at Los Angeles
Popular Novel and National Form: Literary Modernity from the Late Quing and Early Republican Chinese Popular Novel

13. Kuo-Hsien Su

Columbia University
Referential Structure and Career Choices: A Study of Social Psychologica Determinants of Employee Turnover

14. Chao-Hsiun Tang

Johns Hopkins University
Health Insurance and the Demand for Medical Care in the ROC

15. Cheng-Hua Wang

Yale University
The Visual Environment at the Court of Xuanzong (r. 1425-35)

16. Jaw-Perng Wang

University of Chicago
Taiwan's Necessity, Possibility, and Difficulty in Transplanting American Fifth Amendment

17. Wen-chung Wang

University of California at Berkeley
Implementation and Application of the Multidimensional Random Coefficients Multinomial logic Model

18. Yu-ming Wang

New York University
Information Technology Adoption & Diffusion in the Presence of Network Externalities

19. Mingyu Yang

University of Maryland at College Park
Heroic Scenario as National Myth: Carnival Pleasure and Political Allegory in Contemporary Hong Kong Martial Arts Film

20. Bao-Jane Yuan

University of Washington
Moral Values of Early Adocescents: A Comparison Between Taiwan and China


Recipients in the European Region

A. Institutional Enhancement Grants

1. Charles University

Oldrich Kral
The Reestablishment of the Graduate Program in Modern Chinese Literature at Charles University

2. Oxford University

Adrian Roberts
Library Collection Development: Twentieth-Century China

B. Research Grants

1. Halvor Eifring

University of Oslo
Guilt and Shame in "The Story of the Stone"

2. Stephan Feuchtwang

City University
Ritual Resources and Local Power: A Comparative Study of the Mobilisation of Territorial Cults, Local Socio-Economic Forces and the Filling of Political Space between Rural Households and Government in Six Villages in Taiwan and Mainland China

3. Else Glahn

University of Copenhagen
A Chinese Building Manual Translation to English of the Ying-Tsao Fa-Shih with Explanatory Drawings

4. John Lagerwey

Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient
The Structure and Dynamics of Chinese Rural Society

5. Gabriel Liiceanu

Bucharest University
Chinese Classics Translation Series

6. Helmut Martin

Ruhr-Universitat Bochum
20 Century Literary History Project (Taiwan and Its Cultural Links with China)

7. R. A. Mirovitskaya

Russian Academy of Sciences
Chinese Statehood and Soviet Politics in China. The Period of Pacific War. 1941-1945

8. Chi-yu Wu

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
A Special Dunhuang Project

C. Conferences, Seminars, Workshops

1. M. Bastid-Bruguiere

A Two Year Program to Enhance Familiarity of East European China Scholars with New Research Tools, Resources, and Methods in Chinese Studies

2. Oldrich Kral

Charles University
The Congress of the European Association of Chinese Studies

3. S. Weigelin-Schwiedrzik

University of Heidelberg
Conference on Chinese Historiography

4. David Shambaugh

University of London
Reappraising Republican China

5. Franciscus Verellen

Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient
The Cult of Saints and the Cult of Sites: Sources of Hagiography and Local History in China

D. Publication Subventions

1. Munich University

Helwig Schmidt-Glintze
Das Andere China/ The Other China--Festschrift fur Wolfgang Bauer

2. Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique

Jean-Pierre Drege
Publication of the Catalogue of the Chinese Dunhuang Manuscripts in the National Library (Pelliot Collection)

E. Dissertation Fellowships

1. Alain Arrault

University of Paris 7-Denis Diderot
Shao Yong's Biography and Thought

2. Andress Ernst Janousch

University of Cambridge
The Emperor in the Southern Dynasties, 317-589 A. D.

3. Renate M. Soeder

The Guan School in the Late Ming Dynasty: Feng Cong-wu on the "Heart-and-Mind"

4. Susanna Clare Thornton

Oxford University
A Study of the Socio-Economic History of Temple Institutions in Hangchow in the Ming and Ch'ing Dynasties

5. Kuniko Ukai

Leiden University
Reading Li He's Poetry: Analyses and Interpretation

6. Xiaoling Wang

University of Paris 7-Denis Diderot
The Influence of Jean Jacques Rousseau's Political Thoughts in China before the 1911 Revolution

7. Thekla Wiebusch

University of Gottingen
Classification in China: A Comparison between the Systems of Numeral Classifiers Radicals and Encyclopedias, with Special Reference to the Category of Animals

F. Postdoctoral Fellowships

1. Adrianus Cornelius Dudink

Leiden University
Bibliography of Chinese Books and Manuscripts related to Christianity and Western Science Written by Western Missionaries, Chinese Converts, Sympathisants and Opponents, during the Period 1584-1715

2. B. J. ter Haar

Leiden University
The "Humanization" of the Chinese Divine Pantheon

3. Catherine Vance Yeh

University of Heidelberg
The Courtesan and Her Client in Late Ch'ing Shanghai


Recipients in the Asia-Pacific Region

A. Institutional Enhancement Grant

1. Griffith University

Elsie Leow
Development of a Special Library Collection on Taiwan

2. University of Melbourne

The Development of a Program in the Laws of the Republic of China at the University of Melbourne

3. University of Santo Tomas

Magdalena Villaba
Toward a Chinese Studies Program for the Graduate School of the University of Santo Tomas

B. Research Grants

1. Chris J. Czerkawski

Edith Cowan University
Foreign Investment, Government Policies and the Internationalization of the Taiwanese Economy

2. S. N. Eisenstadt

Hebrew University of Jerusalem
The Historical Experience of China, India and Japan: Impact on the Process of Modernization and Cultural Programs of Modernity That Developed within Them

3. David L. Holm

Macquarie University
Ritual Theatre in China

4. Pookong Kee

Australian Bureau of Immigration & Population Research
People Movements between Taiwan and Australia: Social, Economic and Cultural Aspects of the Flows of Migrants, Students, Tourists, and Professionals

5. Benito Lim

University of the Philippines
The Role of Ethnic Chinese in Philippine Economic Development

6. On Kit Tam

University of New South Wales
Financial Links between Taiwan and Mainland China During the 1980s and the 1990s: Economic and Strategic Implications

7. Virginia A. Teodosio

University of the Philippines
Industrial Relations and Human Resources Management in Chinese Economic Enterprises

C. Conferences/Seminars/Workshops

1. Nguyen Loc

Ho Chi Minh University
The Nations of Asia and Chinese Culture: An Inter-national Conference on Cross-cultural Education

2. Magdalena Villaba

University of Santo Tomas
The Impact of China and Chinese Culture on the Philippines

D. Senior Scholar Grant

1. Kwok Bun Chan

National University of Singapore
The Chinese Diaspora

E. Subsidy for Publication Grant

1. Association for Teachers and Researchers Literature,Vietnam

Luong Duy Thu
Anthology of Classical Chinese Literature (From the Ancient Time to the End of the XIX Century)