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Grant Recipients, 2007-2008

Grant Recipients, 2007-2008


Recipients in the Domestic Region

A. Collaborative Research Grants

1. Jen-kuei Li

Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica, with Shigeru Tsuchida, Christian Daniels, and Yuko Mio of Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (Japan), and Peter Knecht of Nanzan University (Japan)
“Language Materials of the Extinct Formosan Languages”
Grant amount: NT$1,600,000
Grant period: 2 years

2. Kuang-ti Li and Cheng-hwa Tsang

Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, with Keith Dobney of Durham University (UK), and Yu-ten Ju and Yan-nian Jiang of National Taiwan University (Taiwan)
“Out of Taiwan? Testing Austronesian Homeland Models and Dispersal Routes through Morphometric and Genetic Signatures of Domestic Pigs”
Grant amount: NT$3,200,000
Grant period: 2 years

3. Chuan-ying Yen and Sheng-chih Lin

Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, with Hsueh-man Shen of the University of Edinburgh (UK), and Jing-jie Li of Tsinghua University (China), Yu-hua Lei of Chengdu Museum (China), and Jian-ping Wang of Huangzesi Museum (China)
“Evolution of Tang Dynasty Buddhist Imagery in Sichuan”
Grant amount: NT$3,200,000
Grant period: 3 years

4. Tzu-chin Huang

Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica, with Tatsuo Yamada of the Open University of Japan (Japan), and Nobuo Takahashi of Keio University (Japan)
“Friend or Foe? Chiang Kai-shek’s Networks of Power and their Operation”
Grant amount: NT$2,800,000
Grant period: 3 years

5. Ming-ke Wang

Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, with Sarah Fraser of Northwestern University (USA), Wenbin Peng of the University of British Columbia (Canada), and Xiuyu Wang of Washington State University (USA)
“Sacred Mountain and Scenic Mountain: Ethnicity, Culture, Society and Modern Changes in the Kham Area”
Grant amount: NT$3,000,000
Grant period: 3 years

6. Cheng-shu Kao

Department of Sociology, Tunghai University, with Siu-lun Wong of the University of Hong Kong (HK), Shi-ding Liu of Peking University (China), and Gary Hamilton of University of Washington (USA)
“Beyond ‘East Asia’: The Restructuring of ‘North Asian’ Societies and Economies -- A Study of Global Demand and Taiwanese Manufacturing”
Grant amount: NT$2,000,000
Grant period: 2 years

B. Database Grant

1. Tien-shang Huang

School of Medicine, National Taiwan University, with Jun Shozawa of Gunma University (Japan)
“Dr. Huo-yao Wei and the Development of Public Health and Medicine in Taiwan”
Grant amount: NT$2,800,000
Grant period: 3 years

C. Cooperative Conference & Seminar Grants

1. Ku-ming Chang

Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, with Benjamin Elman of Princeton University (USA)
"The Global History of Philology: History and Philology in Different Scholarly and Cultural Traditions - Celebrating the 80th Anniversary of the Institute of History and Philology at Academia Sinica"
Grant amount: NT$1,080,000
Grant period: 1 year

D. Cooperative Subsidies for Publication Grants

1. Meei-yau Wei

Department of English Language and Literature, Soochow University, with Lexington Books (USA)
"Language Choice and Identity Politics in Taiwan's Ideological Cauldron"
Grant amount: NT$340,000
Grant period: 1 year

2. Kuan-hsing Chen

College of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Tsing Hua University, with Beng Huat Chua of National University of Singapore (Singapore)
"Inter-Asia Cultural Studies"
Grant amount: NT$750,000
Grant period: 1 year

E. Special Project Grants

1. Center for Chinese Studies

Publication of "Chinese Studies" and "Newsletter for Research in Chinese Studies"
Grant amount: NT$4,000,000
Grant period: 2 years

 

Recipients in the American Region

A. Research Grants

1. Dennis Hickey

Missouri State University
“Peace or Poison: The Changing Nature of China’s Policy toward Taiwan”
Grant amount: US$8,000
Grant period: 2 years

2. Winston T. Lin

State University of NewYork at Buffalo
“The Economic Values of Information and Communications Technology and their Contributions to the Economic Development and Growth of Taiwan”
Grant amount: US$20,000
Grant period: 2 years

3. Su-hua Wang

University of California at Santa Cruz
“The Impact of Social Change on the Socialization Environments of Chinese Babies: An Ethnographic Study”
Grant amount: US$19,841
Grant period: 2 years

4. Feng Li

Columbia University
“Excavating Guicheng: Archaeological Study of a Bronze-age City in the Heartland of the Shandong Peninsula (Continuation)”
Grant amount: US$40,000
Grant period: 1 year

5. Dennis Tao Yang

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
“Globalization and Rising Wages in Mainland China”
Grant amount: US$17,000
Grant period: 2 years

6. Monte Bullard

Monterey Institute of International Studies
“Getting Down to Business -- Ties Required China-Taiwan Business Relations and its Effect on Future Cross-strait Political/Military Relations”
Grant amount: US$8,000
Grant period: 1.5 years

7. M. Taylor Fravel

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
“The Sources of China’s Military Doctrine, 1975-2005”
Grant amount: US$8,000
Grant period: 2 years

8. Anru Lee

City University of New York
“Subways as a Global-Local Nexus: The Cultural Politics of the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) Systems in Taiwan”
Grant amount: US$14,988
Grant period: 1 month

B. Conference/Seminar/Workshop Grants

1. Jack Chen

University of California at Los Angeles
"Anecdote, Gossip, and Occasion in Traditional China"
Grant amount: US$20,000
Grant period: 1 year

2. Wu Xu

University of Utah
"The U.S. and China: Parallel Challenges in Health Care
"
Grant amount: US$25,000
Grant period: 1 year

3. Zhijia Shen

University of Washington
"Providing Library Collections and Services for Chinese Studies in the Digital Environment: Summer Institute on Chinese Studies Librarianship"
Grant amount: US$20,000
Grant period: 1 year

4. Ronald Coase

University of Chicago
“2008 Chicago Conference on China’s Economic Transformation”
Grant amount: US$25,000
Grant period: 1 year

5. Gerald McBeath

The American Association for Chinese Studies
“Fifty Years of China Studies in the United States, Changes in the Field, China and Taiwan, and Sino-American Relations”
Grant amount: US$13,547
Grant period: 1 year

6. Cheng-yi Huang

University of Washington
“‘Translating the Political, Re-envisioning the Social: What’s the Next Turn for Taiwan?’ --The Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the North American Taiwan Studies Association”
Grant amount: US$25,000
Grant period: 1 year

C. Subsidies for Publication

1. Jennifer Crewe

Columbia University Press
"How to Read Chinese Poetry: A Guided Anthology", edited by Zong-qi Cai
Grant amount: US$5,000
Grant period: 1 year

2. Stephen A. Cohn

Duke University Press
"New Masters, New Servants: Development, Migration, and Women Workers in China", by Hairong Yan
Grant amount: US$5,000
Grant period: 1 year

3. Micah Kleit

Temple University Press
"Chinese Connections: Critical Perspectives on Film, Identity and Diaspora"
Grant amount: US$5,000
Grant period: 1 year

4. Lorri Hagman

University of Washington Press
"Women Playing Men: Yue Opera in Twentieth-Century Shanghai", by Jin Jiang
Grant amount: US$5,000
Grant period: 1.5 years

5. Lorri Hagman

University of Washington Press
"Epics for Women: Narrative Ballads in the Women’s Script from Jiangyong", translated by Wilt L. Idema
Grant amount: US$5,000
Grant period: 1.5 years

6. Lorri Hagman

University of Washington Press
Stories to Awaken the World", compiled and edited by Feng Menglong (1574-1646), translated and annotated by Shuhui Yang and Yunqin Yang, with a Foreword by Robert E. Hegel
Grant amount: US$5,000
Grant period: 20 months

7. Reed Malcolm

University of California Press
"The Art of Doing Good: Moral Mandates and Strategic Choices in Late Ming Charity"
Grant amount: US$5,000
Grant period: 29 months

8. Jennifer Crewe

Columbia University Press
A History of Pain: Literary and Cinematic Mappings of Violence in Modern China”, by Michael Berry
Grant amount: US$7,000
Grant period: 1 year

9. Mark Spencer

Springer Science+Business Media
Granting the Seasons: The Chinese Astronomical Reform of 1280, with a Study of its Many Dimensions and an Annotated Translation of its Records”, by Nathan Sivin
Grant amount: US$7,000
Grant period: 1 year

10. Marlie Wasserman

Rutgers University Press
Cosmopolitan Public: English-language Periodicals in Semi-colonial Shanghai”, by Shuang Shen
Grant amount: US$7,000
Grant period: 1 year

11. Stephen A. Cohn

Duke University Press
Other-Worldly: Making Chinese Medicine through Encounters”, by Mei Zhan
Grant amount: US$5,000
Grant period: 1 year

12. Emily Andrew

University of British Columbia Press
Art and the Artist in Cultural Revolution China”, Edited by Richard King
Grant amount: US$7,000
Grant period: 1 year

D. Visiting Fellowship

1. Gang Guo

University of Mississippi
“Local Political Business Cycles in China”
Grant amount: US$3,333
Grant period: 1 month

E. CCK Scholar Grants

1. Chang-tai Hsieh

University of California at Berkeley
“Does China Invest and Trade Too Much?”
Grant amount: US$34,000
Grant period: 1 year

2. Haiming Liu

California Polytechnic State University
“Chinese Herbal Medicine in the United States: Ethnicity and Cultural Migration”
Grant amount: US$20,000
Grant period: 1 year

3. Stephen Bokenkamp

Arizona State University
“The Social Matrices of Early Lingbao Ritual”
Grant amount: US$20,000
Grant period: 6 months

4. Jiang-ping Jeff Chen

St. Cloud State University
“How Did Figures Figure in Astronomical and Mathematical Reasoning in Late Imperial China?”
Grant amount: US$30,000
Grant period: 1 years

5. Paul Manfredi

Pacific Lutheran University
“Visuality and Modernist Poetry in Chinese”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1.5 months

6. Joseph A. Adler

Kenyon College
“Reconstructing the Confucian Dao: Zhu Xi’s Appropriation of Zhou Dunyi”
Grant amount: US$15,153
Grant period: 1 year

7. Ignacio Lopez-Calvo

University of North Texas
“The Dragon and the Condor: Literary and Cultural Representations of the Chinese Diaspora in Peru”
Grant amount: US$10,000
Grant period: 1 year

F. CCK Junior Scholar Grants

1. Janet Chen

Princeton University
“Guilty of Indigence: The Urban Poor in China, 1900-1951”
Grant amount: US$10,000
Grant period: 1 year

2. Jiang Wu

University of Arizona
“Buddha’s Words in Print: The Formation of the Jiaxing Buddhist Canon in Late Imperial China”
Grant amount: US$30,000
Grant period: 1 year

3. Yu-wei Tony Yang

George Mason University
“Ethical, Legal, and Policy Challenges in DNA Biobanking: Constructing Pivotal Infrastructure for Taiwan”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

4. Huaiyu Chen

University of the West
“The Rise of Buddhist Ordination Platforms in Medieval China”
Grant amount: US$28,000
Grant period: 1 year

5. Gang Zhao

University of Akron
“Reshaping the Asian Trade Network: The Construction and Execution of the Chinese Open Trade Policy in 1684-1840”
Grant amount: US$16,660
Grant period: 40 days

6. Tina Phillips Johnson

Saint Vincent College
“Building the Nation through Women’s Health: Modern Midwifery in Early Twentieth-century China”
Grant amount: US$12,500
Grant period: 5 months

7. Julie Y. Chu

Wellesley College
“In and Out of China: Customs Inspection and Shipping Culture at the Port of Fuzhou”
Grant amount: US$24,300
Grant period: 1 year

8. Shih-shan Susan Huang

Rice University
“The Making of Daoist and Buddhist Visual Cultures in Song China, 960-1279”
Grant amount: US$30,000
Grant period: 1 year

9. Victoria Tin-bor Hui

University of Notre Dame
“China’s Rise in Comparative-historical Perspective: Rethinking Unification and War”
Grant amount: US$20,000
Grant period: 1 year

10. Yuan-kang Wang

Northern Illinois University
“China and Asia’s Regional Order: Hierarchy and the Balance of Power”
Grant amount: US$19,980
Grant period: 1.5 years

11. Li-jen Kuo

Northern Illinois University
“Reconceptualizing the Effect of Early Bilingualism on Language Processing: A Study of the Morphological and Syntactic Development among Chinese-English Bilinguals”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 2 years

12. Zhichun Jing

University of British Columbia
“Archaeological Landscapes of Early Bronze Age China”
Grant amount: US$19,936
Grant period: 1 year

13. Janet Hui-wen Hsiao

University of California at San Diego
“How Do Hemispheric Asymmetries Influence Learning to Read Chinese Characters?”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

14. Yu Wang

Duke University
“Naturalizing Ethnicity, Culturalizing Landscape: The Politics of World Heritage in China”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 9 months

15. Wendy Swartz

Columbia University
“Poetry and Philosophy: Allusion and Citation in Six Dynasties (222-589 C.E.) China”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 6 months

G. Doctoral Fellowships

1. Brian Brereton

Cornell University
“Contemporary Conceptions of the Chinese Afterlife: Fantasies of Frustration, Imaginations of Autonomy, and Collective Concerns”
Grant amount: US$14,450
Grant period: 1 year

2. Josh Gordon

Yale University
“Ideologies of Chinese Language in the Burma-China Borderlands”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

3. Wooyeal Paik

University of California at Los Angeles
“Why Not Mass-opposition Movements in Post-totalitarian China?: Political Participation, Patronage Politics, and State-Society Relations”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

4. Cheng-chwee Kuik

Johns Hopkins University
“Coping with Power Asymmetry: Regime Legitimation, China’s Behavior, and the Variations in ASEAN States Hedging Strategies towards a Rising Power, 1990-2005”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

5. Stephen H. Whiteman

Stanford University
“Creating the Kangxi Landscape: Gardens and the Mediation of Qing Imperial Identity at Bishu Shanzhuang”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

6. Timothy O’Neill

University of Washington
“Harbinger of Sequestered Intent, Language Theory and Hermeneutics in Traditional Chinese Discourse”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

7. Michael A. Glosny

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
“Grand Strategies of Rising Powers: The Rise of China and Other Historical Cases”
Grant amount: US$14,950
Grant period: 1 year

8. Miao Chunyu

State University of New York at Albany
“A Comparative Study of Chinese and Mexican Immigrants’ Economic Incorporation in the United States”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

9. Melissa J. Richardson

University of Hawaii at Manoa
“Daoist and Shamanistic Imagery in the Core Dramatic Texts on Yang Guifei”
Grant amount: US$10,020
Grant period: 1 year

H. CCK Fellowships administered by the Canadian Association for Asian Studies

1. Erin Moorlag

Waterloo University
“Program Evaluation of Community Mental Health Initiatives: The Chinese Community as a Case Study of Collaborative Efforts towards Well-being”
Grant amount: US$19,614
Grant period: 1 year

2. Hui-ling Lin

University of British Columbia
“Re-thinking Chinese-ness and Gender Identities through Transnational Chinese Women’s Cinema”
Grant amount: US$7,846
Grant period: 1 year

3. Mary-Ying Mary Ngai

University of British Columbia
“From Entertainment to Enlightenment: A Study on a Cross Cultural Religious Board Game with an Emphasis on the Table of Buddha Selection Designed by Ouyi Zhixu in the Late Ming Dynasty”
Grant amount: US$7,846
Grant period: 1 year

4. Tim Sedo

University of British Columbia
“Disaster and Discretion in Mid-Ming Local Governance: Jim Fang’s Magisterial Activism in Linzhang County’s 1606 Gazetteer”
Grant amount: US$7,846
Grant period: 1 year

5. Meng Hsuan Yang

University of British Columbia
“The Great Exodus: Chinese Mainland Refugees in Taiwan”
Grant amount: US$7,846
Grant period: 1 year

I. Dissertation Fellowships for ROC Students Abroad

1. Hung-yu Ru

University of Hawaii at Manoa
“Invisible People and Silent Killer Disease: A Historical Ethnographic Study of Hepatitis among the Truku in Eastern Taiwan”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

2. Yi-chun Chen

Northwestern University
“Ambiguity in Dynamic Interactive Decisions - Foundation and Applications”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

3. Chih-chien Chen

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
“What Can Revenue-optimizing Firms Do about their Deal-seeking Consumers? The Role of Price Patterns, Timing and Cancellation Policies in Travelers’ Advanced Booking Decisions”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

4. Ellie Hua Wang

Indiana University at Bloomington
“Character and Commitment: A Proper Picture of Moral Psychology”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

5. Hui-tun Chuang

New School for Social Research
“The Fabrication of Authenticity of National Cuisine: Reflections of Food Consumption and National Identity in Globalization and Postcolonial Taiwan”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

6. Chia-chen Chou

Cornell University
“Partial Reform of China’s Labor Market: Collective Action in a Two-level Fragmented Bureaucratic Structure”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

7. Ling-yu Hung

Washington University in St. Louis
“Ceramic Craft Specialization and the Development of Social Hierarchy in Late Neolithic Northwestern China (ca. 5300-4050 BP)”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

8. Chi-ting Tsai

Cornell University
“American Presidential War Power in the Deliberative Moment -- A Traditional Legal and Empirical Integrated Research”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

9. Dorinda Tsai-hsiu Liu

University of Hawaii at Manoa
“Complementation in Four Formosan Languages -- Amis, Atayal, Thao, and Tsou”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

10. Chih-shian Liou

University of Texas at Austin
“Outsourcing Reform: The Political Logic behind Overseas Expansion of China’s Central State-owned Enterprises”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

11. Yu-fen Chang

University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
“Constructing a Vietnamese Nation: Northern and Southern Perspectives Compared, 1920-1945”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

12. Yung-lung Chen

University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee
“Asian American Educational Achievements: A Test of Relative Functionalism on East Asian American College Students”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

13. Chuan-ju Cheng

University of Washington
“ ‘Nations Within Nation’? - Building Indigenous Self-government in Taiwan”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

14. Fei-ting (Mina) Chen

University of Texas at Austin
“Aristotle on Capacities for Change and Actuality”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

15. Shi-shu Peng

University of California at Berkeley
“A Theory of Organizational Form Based on the Similarity in Knowledge Capital”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

16. Yi-wen Tsai

Pennsylvania State University
“Impacts of Dialogic Reading on Promoting Language Acquisition of Preschoolers with Hearing Impairments in Taiwan”
Grant amount: US$15,000
Grant period: 1 year

 

Recipients in the European Region

A. Research Grants

1. John Lagerwey

Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (France)
“Religion, Society, and the Economy in Huizhou (Anhui)”
Grant amount: €80,000
Grant period: 3 years

2. Boris Riftin

Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia)
“Chinese Novels and Popular Prints”
Grant amount: €13,000
Grant period: 2 years

3. Alain Peyraube

Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (France)
“Languages in Contact in Northwestern China: Convergence, Mixed Languages or Linguistic Area?”
Grant amount: €100,000
Grant period: 2 years

4. Dániel Kádár

Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Hungary)
“The Collapse and Birth of Linguistics Politeness Systems: Research of the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Chinese Politeness”
Grant amount: €19,000
Grant period: 3 years

B. Conference & Seminar Grants

1. Sarah Dauncey

University of Sheffield (UK)
"Writing Lives in China: Self, Subject and Society"
Grant amount: €8,000
Grant period: 1 year

2. Anne Chayet

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (France)
"Publishing and Editing: The Evolution and Future of Writing in Tibet"
Grant amount: €8,000
Grant period: 1 year

3. Thomas Jansen

University of Cambridge (UK)
“Chinese Religions and Globalisation, 1800-Present”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

4. Frederic Girard

Ecole Francaise d’Extreme-Orient (France)
“The Second International Huayan Symposium”
Grant amount: €18,000
Grant period: 1 year

5. Frank Kraushaar

University of Latvia (Latvia)
“East Asian Culture in Western Perceptions: From the 18th to the 21st Century”
Grant amount: €5,000
Grant period: 1 year

6. Antonio Vasconcelos de Saldanha

Lisbon Technical University (Portugal)
“In the Light and the Shadow of an Emperor: Tomás Pereira, S. J. (1645-1708), the Kangxi Emperor and the Jesuit Mission in China -- An International Symposium in Commemoration of the 3rd Centenary of the Death of Tomás Pereira, S. J.”
Grant amount: €7,000
Grant period: 1 year

C. Subsidies for Publication

1. Bernard Formoso

Université Paris X - Nanterre (France)
“De Jiao, A Religious Movement in Contemporary China and Overseas: Purple Qi from the East”
Grant amount: €5,000
Grant period: 1 year

2. Igor Alexandrovich Alimov

Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia)
“Publication of the Book: Igor Alimov, ‘The Wood of Notes: Chinese Author’s Collections of X-XIII Century in Sketches and Translations’ ”
Grant amount: €5,000
Grant period: 1 year

D. Senior Scholar Grant

1. John Kieschnick

University of Bristol (UK)
“The Place of the Past in Chinese Buddhism”
Grant amount: €25,000
Grant period: 1 year

E. Special Project Grants

1. Tuebingen University, Germany

"The Establishment of a European Research Center on Contemporary Taiwan (ERCCT) at Tuebingen University, Germany"
Grant amount: €192,000
Grant period: 3 years

F. Dissertation Fellowships for ROC Students Abroad

1. Hsin-yu Hung

University of Oxford (UK)
“A Re-examination of the Styles of Ulysses”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

2. Mou-lan Wong

University of Oxford (UK)
“Texts and Illustrations in Victorian Nonsense: Delineating Dickens, Lear and Dodgson”
Grant amount: €6,000
Grant period: 6 months

3. Li-yuan Ou

University of Tuebingen (Germany)
“Theocritus and Contemporary Epic Literature”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

4. Shu-yi Chiu

University of London (UK)
“Creativity in Primary Schools: Shaping and Implementing Creative Projects in Taipei”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

5. Shang-wen Wang

Humboldt Universität of zu Berlin (Germany)
“Hearing as Understanding: On Hearing in Musical Hermeneutics.”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

6. Chia-hua Yeh

University of London (UK)
“Decoration and Dignity: Head Wear and Hair Dress Accessories at the Florence Court, 1580-1630”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

7. Yu-jen Liu

University of Oxford (UK)
“A Paradigm in Transition: The Concept of Art in Early Twentieth-century China (1905-1928)”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

8. Hsiu-chi Wu

Université Paris X - Nanterre (France)
“Iron Age Ceramics in Northern and Northeastern Areas on Taiwan: A Technological Style Approach”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

9. Tzu-keng Fu

University of Neuchatel (Switzerland)
“Reflection on Consequence: A Derivation from Universal Logic to Logical Pluralism”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

10. Tsai-yeh Wang

University of Birmingham (UK)
“British Women Travel Writings and the French Revolution, 1785-1815”
Grant amount: €6,000
Grant period: 6 months

11. Yu-jen Chen

Leiden University (The Netherlands)
“Embodying the Nation in Food Consumption: Changing Boundaries of Taiwanese Cuisine (1895-2006)”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

12. Yi-fang Chen

University of Edinburgh (UK)
“The Craft, the Museum and the Locality: Social Meanings and the Practice of the Yuan-li Grass-weaving and the Museum of Grass-weaving Culture in Contemporary Taiwan”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

13. Ching-hsiu Lin

University of Edinburgh (UK)
“Ancestors, Land Ownership, and Ethnic Identity: An Ethnography of the Practice of Mapping ‘Traditional Territories’ in Contemporary Truku Society, Taiwan”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

14. Chih-tung Huang

University of Edinburgh (UK)
“Shaping Environmental ‘Justice’ ”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

15. Yueh-chun Lin

University of Sheffield (UK)
“Social Support Needs of Women with Lymphoedema after Breast Cancer Treatment in Taiwan”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

16. Chih-mao Tang

University of Essex (UK)
“Small States, Major Powers and Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific Region: A Spatial and Temporal Analysis”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

17. Guo-chiang Yu

University of London (UK)
“Film Industry, Generations of Audiences, and Transnationalised Local Cinema Culture: Taipei Audiences’ ‘Film-Viewing’ Practices in the Digital Era”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

F. CCK Fellowships

(a) Ph. D. Dissertation Fellowships

1. Jan Chmelarcik

Charles University (Czech Republic)
“Shawm Bands of Southwest Lu: Traditional Music of China’s Shandong Province”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

2. Lukas Zadrapa

Charles University (Czech Republic)
“Nouns in Untypical Syntactic Functions in Classical Chinese”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

3. Katiana Le Mentec

Université Paris X-Nanterre (France)
“Zhang Fei and the Three Gorges Dam. Using the Past to Criticize or Legitimate the Present. Anthropological Study of a Deified Hero, His Delocalized Temple, and the Stakes of Local Heritage in Yunyang (Chongqing Municipality)”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

4. Maja Veselic

University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
“Being Modern and Moral: Negotiating Hui Ethno-Religious Identities through Educational Choices in Northwestern China”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

5. Hirotoshi Ogihara

Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (France)
“Research about Vinaya Texts in Tocharian A and B”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

6. Fei Deng

University of Oxford (UK)
“Supernatural Spaces: A Study of Decorated Tombs in the Northern Song Period (960-1127)”
Grant amount: €6,000
Grant period: 6 months

7. Yves Berna

University of Mainz (Germany)
“Aspects of the Escape of European Jews to Shanghai during WWII”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

8. Tehyun Ma

University of Bristol (UK)
“Taiwan under the Kuomintang, 1945-1955”
Grant amount: €12,000
Grant period: 1 year

(b) Postdoctoral Fellowships

1. Guilhem Andre

Musée National des Arts Asiatiques – Guimet (France)
“Economy and Politics of the Hsiung-nu during the Han Period in the Light of the Archaeological Discoveries on the Aristocratic Graveyard in Gol Mod, Mongolia”
Grant amount: €32,000
Grant period: 2 years

2. Sungwu Cho

University of Cambridge (UK)
“Emergence and Growth of Zhai-fasts in Daoism”
Grant amount: €32,000
Grant period: 2 years

3. Alessandra Aresu

University of Bristol (UK)/ University of Milano (Italy)
“Under the Chinese Cultural Umbrella: Education, Sexuality and Health”
Grant amount: €32,000
Grant period: 2 years

4. Davor Antonucci

University of Rome (Italy)
“Jesuit’s Contribution to the Knowledge of Tartary”
Grant amount: €25,450
Grant period: 2 years

5. Felix Boecking

University of Heidelberg (Germany)
“State, Taxation, and Society in Republican China 1925-1949”
Grant amount: €10,500
Grant period: 1 year

 

Recipients in the Asia-Pacific Region

A. Research Grants

1. Xiaogang Wu

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HK)
“Self-employment and Private Entrepreneurship in China’s Economic Transition”
Grant amount: US$35,000
Grant period: 2 years

2. Yongshun Cai

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HK)
“Social Conflicts and Social Stability in China”
Grant amount: US$13,610
Grant period: 2 years

3. Frank Dikötter and Xun Zhou

University of Hong Kong (HK)
“A Social History of the Great Famine in China, 1959-61”
Grant amount: US$59,000
Grant period: 2.5 years

4. Xuelin Zhou

The University of Auckland (Australia)
“A Comparative Study of Youth Culture in Chinese-language Cinemas”
Grant amount: US$20,140
Grant period: 3 years

B. Conference & Seminar Grant

1. Yu Xue

The Chinese University of Hong Kong (HK)
"International Conference on Comparative Study of Ritual in Chinese Local Society"
Grant amount: US$17,000
Grant period: 1 year

2. Siu-Lun Wong

The University of Hong Kong (HK)
"The Experiments with Democracy in East and Southeast Asia: Two Decades After"
Grant amount: US$17,000
Grant period: 1 year

3. John Clark and Yang Liu

The University of Sydney (Australia)
“Chinese Buddhist Sculpture Symposium”
Grant amount: US$20,000
Grant period: 1 year

C. Special Project Grants

1. The East Asia Institute, Korea

"EAI Fellows Program on Peace, Governance, and Development in East Asia II, 2007-2009"
Grant amount: US$30,000
Grant period: 2 years

2. University of Sydney, Australia

"Chinese Media Studies"
Grant amount: US$135,000
Grant period: 3 years

D. Dissertation Fellowships for ROC Students Abroad

1. Shiu-hwa Tsu

The Australian National University (Australia)
“Defending Particularism”
Grant amount: US$12,000
Grant period: 1 year

2. Shangpo Hsieh

The Australian National University (Australia)
“NGOs, Anti-corruption Movements and Democratization: The Case of Indonesia”
Grant amount: US$12,000
Grant period: 1 year