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Grant Recipients, 2018-2019 (I)

Dec 17, 2019

Recipients in the American Region

A. Conference and Seminar Grants

1. Wai-yee Li

Harvard University
“‘Jin Ping Mei and the World: Translation and Transculturation’ -- A Symposium in Honor of David Roy (1933-2016)”
Grant amount : US$5,000
Grant period : 6 months

2. Patricia Ebrey

University of Washington, Seattle
“Conference on the State and Migration in Chinese History”
Grant amount : US$15,000
Grant period : 6 months

3. Diane Hsieh

North American Taiwan Studies Association
“Keywording Taiwan (Conference hosted by the North American Taiwan Studies Association)”
Grant amount : US$25,000
Grant period : 6 months

4. Nancy Guy

University of California, San Diego
“Resounding Taiwan: Musical Reverberations across a Vibrant Island”
Grant amount : US$15,000
Grant period : 6 months


B. Publication Subsidies

1. Christian Winting

Columbia University Press
Chinese Film Classics”, by Christopher Rea
Grant amount : US$5,000
Grant period : 1 year

2. Christian Winting

Columbia University Press
Photo Poetics: Chinese Lyricism and Modern Media Culture”, by Shengqing Wu
Grant amount : US$5,000
Grant period : 1 year

3. Christian Winting

Columbia University Press
Vernacular Industrialism in China: Local Innovation and Translated Technologies in the Making of a Cosmetics Empire, 1900-1940”, by Eugenia Lean
Grant amount : US$5,000
Grant period : 1 year

4. Beth Fuget

University of Washington Press
Fir and Empire: The Transformation of Forests in Early Modern China”, by Ian Miller
Grant amount : US$5,000
Grant period : 1 year

5. Christopher Dreyer

University of Michigan Press
Thirty-Three Takes on Taiwan Cinema”, edited by Emilie Yueh-yu Yeh, Darrell William Davis, and Wenchi Lin
Grant amount : US$5,000
Grant period : 1 year



Recipients in the European Region

A. Conference and Seminar Grants

1. Ester Bianchi

University of Perugia (Italy)
“Gender Asymmetry in the Different Buddhist Traditions through the Prism of Nuns’ Ordination and Education”
Grant amount : €11,200
Grant period : 6 months

2. Luis Saraiva

University of Lisbon (Portugal)
“History of Mathematical Sciences: Portugal and East Asia VI (Measuring Time, Heaven, and Earth) ”
Grant amount : €3,000
Grant period : 6 months

3. Joern-Carsten Gottwald

Ruhr University Bochum (Germany)
“The Political Economy of Regulation and Innovation in the Financial Sector in Taiwan and China”
Grant amount : €15,000
Grant period : 6 months

4. Ulrich Brandenburg

University of Zurich (Switzerland)
“The Politicization of Islam in East Asia, 1850-1950”
Grant amount : €8,000
Grant period : 6 months


B. Special Project Grants

1. Luiz Oosterbeek

Conseil International de la Philosophie et des Sciences Humaines (France)
“CIPSH International Academy on Chinese Cultures and Global Humanities (2020-2022)”
Grant amount : €120,000
Grant period : 3 years

2. Bart Dessein

European Association of Chinese Studies (Belgium)
“EACS 23rd Biennial Conference and EACS Young Scholar Award”
Grant amount : €15,000
Grant period : 1 year

3. Isabelle Cheng

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 (2020-2022)”
Grant amount : €35,700
Grant period : 3 years

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