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Grant Recipients, 2014~2015 (I)

Dec 21, 2014

Grant Recipients, 2014-2015 (I)

Recipients in the Domestic Region   Unit: NT$

(in order of date application received)

 

A. Conference and Seminar Grants

 

1. Chih-yu Shih

Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University; with Hok Yin Chan of City University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)

“Understanding China in the Perspectives of Hong Kong Intellectuals”

Grant amount: NT$444,212

Grant period: 6 months

 

2. Ming Lee

College of International Affairs, National Chengchi University; with Kun-Chin Lin of University of Cambridge (UK)

“Maritime Governance in 21st Century Asia: Perspectives from Taiwan on Maritime Laws and Regional Security”

Grant amount: NT$400,000

Grant period: 6 months

 

B. Publication Subsidies

 

1. Elizabeth Zeitoun

Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica; with Paul Sidwell of Australian National University (Australia)

“New Advances in Formosan Linguistics”

Grant amount: NT$400,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

 

 

 

Recipients in the American Region   Unit: US$

(in order of date application received)

 

A. Conferences/Seminars/Workshops

 

1. Lowell Dittmer

University of California, Berkeley

“The Narrowing Taiwan Strait and its Political, Economic, Social and Strategic Implications”

Grant amount: US$25,000

Grant period: 6 months

 

2. Michael Szonyi

Harvard University

“Contributor’s Workshop for a Companion to Chinese History”

Grant amount: US$25,000

Grant period: 6 months

 

3. Xiaoqiao Ling

Arizona State University

“To Remember, Re-member, and Disremember: Instrumentality of Traditional Chinese Texts”

Grant amount: US$20,004

Grant period: 6 months

 

4. Feng-en Tu

North American Taiwan Studies Association

“Motions and the Motionless: (Dis/Re-)connecting Taiwan to the World”

Grant amount: US$25,000

Grant period: 6 months

 

B. Publication Subsidies

 

1. Jonathan Fiedler

Columbia University Press

The Lyrical in Epic Time”, by David Der-wei Wang

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Jonathan Fiedler

Columbia University Press

Luxuriant Gems of the Spring and Autumn”, translated by Sarah Queen and John Major

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

3. Anh Ly

University of California, Berkeley

Republican Lens: Image, Text, and Experience in the Early Chinese Women’s Commercial Press”, by Joan Judge

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

4. Beth Fuget

University of Washington Press

Urbanization in Early and Medieval China: Gazetteers for the City of Suzhou”, by Olivia Milburn

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

5. Robert Graham

Harvard University

Young China: National Rejuvenation and the Bildungsroman, 1900-1959”, by Mingwei Song

Grant amount: US$5,000

Grant period: 1 year

 

C. Special Project Grants

 

1. David Der-wei Wang

Harvard University

“The Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation Inter-University Center for Sinological Studies, USA”

Grant amount: US$420,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

2. Michael Paschal

Association for Asian Studies

“CCKF-CIAC Small Grants Program and CCKF Graduate Student Paper Awards”

Grant amount: US$129,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

3. Srinivas Aravamudan

Duke University

“Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes -- Annual Summer Institute (2016-2018): Chinese Studies and Global Humanities”

Grant amount: US$105,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

 

 

 

Recipients in the European Region   Unit: €

(in order of date application received)

 

A. Conference and Seminar Grants

 

1. Henning Klöter

Göttingen University (Germany)

“Language Diversity in the Sinophone World: Policies, Effects, and Tradition”

Grant amount: €18,000

Grant period: 6 months

 

B. Publication Subsidies

 

1. Patricia Radder

Brill Publishers (The Netherlands)

A Late Sixteenth-Century Chinese Buddhist Fellowship: Spiritual Ambitions, Intellectual Debates, and Epistolary Connections”, by Jennifer Eichman

Grant amount: €5,118

Grant period: 1 year

 

2. Agita Baltgalve

University of Latvia (Latvia)

“Classical Chinese Textbook for Beginners (in Latvian)”

Grant amount: €3,450

Grant period: 1 year

 

C. Special Project Grants

 

1. Olga Lomová

Charles University in Prague (Czech Republic)

“Continuation of the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation International Sinological Center at Charles University in Prague, 2015-2017”

Grant amount: €192,000

Grant period: 3 years

 

 

 

 

Recipients in the Asia-Pacific Region   Unit: US$

(in order of date application received)

 

A. Conference and Seminar Grants

 

1. Angela Ki Che Leung

The University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)

“International Conference on ‘Food and Health’”

Grant amount: US$25,000

Grant period: 6 months

 

B. Special Project Grants

 

1. David Faure

The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)

“CUHK-CCK Asia-Pacific Centre for Chinese Studies”

Grant amount: US$375,000

Grant period: 5 years

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