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Grant Recipients, 1995-1996

Grant Recipients, 1995-1996


Recipients in the Domestic Region

A. Research Grants

1. Paul But

The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Research and Development of a Standard Set of Subject Headings for Indexing and Searching Information in Database of Traditional Chinese Medicine Literture

2. Wei-an Chang

National Tsing Hua University
Commodity Chains and Embedded Networks: The Global Networks of Taiwan's if Taiwan's Semiconductor Industry

3. Chujoe Hsia

National Taiwan University
Transnational Networks of Overseas Chinese Entrepreneurs and Local Chinese Bureaucrats in China's Urban Development

4. Dennis T.C. Tang

Sun Yat-Sen Institute for Social Sciences and Philosophy, Academia Sinica
Trade & Environment in the New World Market: Building Opportunities and Overcoming Challenges for Taiwan

5. Isabelle Thireau

The Chinese University of Hong Kong
New Forms of Equity on Mainland China

6. Cheng-hwa Tsang

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

7. Wen-yu Wang

National Taiwan University
A Comparative Study on the Legal Regime Governing Taiwan's Asia-pacific Financial Center and Regulations Governing International Finance

8. Ming-ling Yu

Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica
The Relations among the Kuomingtang, the Chinese Communist Party and the Comintern, 1920-1940

B. Conferences, Seminars and Workshops

1. The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Kwok Keung Lau
Conference on University General Education in Chinese Context

2. Taipei Medical School

Ying-kuen Yeh
Life Stress, Social Support and Mental Health: Cross-Cultural Perspectives

C. Database Grants

1. Heng-ching Hsih

National Taiwan University
Buddhist Bibliographical Database for Internet

2. Muk-miu Lee

New Asia Institute of Advanced Chinese Studies
Collection of Historical Materials for the Study on the Yung's Enterprise Group, 1896-1956

3. Suet-kwan Lo

New Asia Institute of Advanced Chinese Studies
Collection Record and Regulation of Professor Mou Tsang-san's Lectures

4. Chi-chuen Tseng

Center for Chinese Studies
International Directory of Chinese Studies for Internet

5. Tsui-hua Yang

Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica
Interview and Collection of the Archival Materials of The ROC Committee for Scientific and Scholarly Cooperation with the United States, Academia Sinica

D. Distinguished Lectureship Grant

1. Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, Cheng-sheng Tu

Gerard Diffloth

2. National Taiwan University, Wei-ying Kou

Kwang-Ching Liu

E. Publication Subsidy

1. Computational Linguistics Society of the ROC

Chu-jen Huang
Readings in Chinese Natural Language Processing


Recipients in the American Region

A. Institutional Enhancement Grants

1. Columbia University

Irene Bloom
Professor Wing-Tsit Chan Memorial Lectures

2. Columbia University

Randle Edwards
Chinese Legal Reform: Taiwan, mainland China, and U.S. Cooperative Program

3. Kalamazoo College

Madeline Chu
Chinese History and Language Program Development

4. University of Costa Rica

Willy Soto Acosta
Creation of a Master's Degree in Social Scienceswith Emphasis on the Political, Diplomatical, Culturaland Business Ties between Taiwan and Central American Countries

5. University of Pittsburgh

Evelyn Rawski
Explanations from the Past: Continuity and Change inContemporary Chinese Culture in the Undergraduate Curriculum

B. Research Grants

1. Gary K. Bertsch

University of Georgia
Nonproliferation Export Controls: US-ROC Interests and Initiatives

2. Yanjie Bian

University of Minnesota
A Socioeconomic Index of Chinese Occupations

3. Sung-sheng Yvonne Chang

University of Texas at Austin
Study of Recent Cultural Development in Taiwan (mid-1970s to mid-1990s)

4. Chung Chen

Syracuse University
Measurements of Regional Economic Development in Greater Chinese Economic Region and Their Implications to Future Developments

5. Hugh R. Clark

Ursinus College
Social Structures, Migration, and Overseas Trade in The History of South Coastal Fu-chien (Minnan), 200 c.e.-1900 c.e. (renewal)

6. Robert Gardella

United States Merchant Marine Academy
The Relationship Between the Chinese Maritime Customs Service

7. J. Megan Greene

Gettysburg College
Centralizing Research: A History of Academia Sinica

8. Kingsley E. Haynes

George Mason University
Proposal to Evaluate the Role of the Port of Kaohsiung as Part of Taiwan's Regional Operations Center Strategy

9. Matin L. Lasater

George Washington University
Taiwan's Security in the Post-Deng Era

10. John Lie

University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Sociology of Taiwanese Development

11. Mark McClellan

Stanford University
Health Economics Study of Taiwan

12. Marjorie McElroy

Duke University
Fertility, Family Behavior, and Welfare: Mainland China's One-child Policy

13. Randall L. Nadeau

Trinity University
Chinese Religions: The State of the Field in Chinese Scholarship

14. Susan Naquin

Princeton University
International Union Catalog of Chinese Rare Books

15. Edward A. Olsen

Naval Postgraduate School
The Role of Taiwan in Asian Multilateral Security: Toward the 21st Century

16. George Quester

University of Maryland at College Park
Future American Attitudes on the Security of the Republic of China

17. Lee Rainey

Memorial University of Newfoundland
Music, Ritual, and Dance in Classical Confucianism

18. Harold D. Roth

Brown University
A Complete Translation of the Huai-nan Tzu

19. Justin Tan

California State University at San Marcos
Characteristics of Political Environment and Impact on Entrepreneurial Strategic Orientations in Taiwan and PRC: A Comparative Study

20. Shui-yan Tang

University of Southern California
Interest Distributions, Institutions, and Environmental Politics in Taiwan

21. Paul Michael Taylor

National Museum of Natural History
Preservation and Research on Chinese Papers and Papermaking Technology at the Smithsonian Institution

22. Yung-mei Tsai

Texas Tech University
A Five-Wave Panel Follow-up Study of Poverty in Taiwan

23. Denis Twitchett

Princeton University
Completion and Editing of volume 2,4, and 5 of the Cambridge History of China

24. William S. Y. Wang

University of California at Berkeley
The Yaos of South ChinaL Languages and Peoples

25. T. Y. Wang

Illinois State University
Explaining Clinton's Taiwan Policy

26. Angela Zito

Columbia University
Filality and Feminine/Masculine Difference in 17th and 18th Century China

C. Conferences, Seminars, Workshops

1. Larry I. Bland

George Marshall Foundation
George C. Marshall and the China Tangle, 1945-1949

2. Barbara Entwisle

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
A Conference: Gender, Households, and the Boundaries of Work in China

3. C. T. James Huang

Linguistics Society of America
Summer Institute of Chinese Linguistics

4. William Kirby

Harvard University
Taiwan Studies Workshop

5. Benjamin Lee

Rice University
Language, Culture, and the Disciplines: Internationalizing Chinese Studies

6. Jih-wen Lin

Preparatory Council for 96' NA Taiwan Studies Conference
The 1996 North America Taiwan Studies Conference

7. Emerson M. S. Niou

Duke University
Democratic Institution in East Asia: A Conference Proposal

8. Kenneth Prewitt

Social Science Research Council
Flexible Production in East Asia

9. Alfred D. Wilhelm

Atlantic Council of the United States
China 2010:The Role of Law and Prospects forInstitutionalizing Change

10. J. Keith Wilson

Cleveland Museum of Art
A Chinese Sense of Place

D. Publication Subsidies

1. Duke University Press

Valerie Millholland
Fruitful Sites: Garden Culture in Ming Dynasty China

2. National Humanities Center

W. Robert Connor
Identity: Personal, Cultural, and National

3. Princeton University Press

Deborah Malmud
The T'ang Code: Volume 2 (General Principles)

4. The Society for the Study of Early China

David N. Keightley
New Sources of Early Chinese History: An Introduction to the Reading of Paleographic Documents," edited by Edward L. Shaughnessy

5. Stanford University Press

John R. Ziemer
Ellen Widmer and Kang-I Sun Chang, eds., Writing Women in Late Imperial China

6. Stanford University Press

John R. Ziemer
David Der-wei Wang, Fin-de-Siecle Splendor: Repressed Modernities of Late Qing Fiction,1848-1911

7. Stanford University Press

John R. Ziemer
Mencius and Early Chinese Thought, by Kwong-loi Shun

8. University of Hawaii Press

Patricia Crosby
Liao Architecture

E. Senior Scholar Grants

1. Chu-yuan Cheng

Ball State University
Township-village Enterprises: China’s New Route to Industrialization

2. C. T. James Huang

University of California at Irvine
Research and Writing on Chinese Syntax and Semantics

3. Jeffrey C. Kinkley

St. John's University
Modern Chinese Writing About Crime

4. Philip A. Kuhn

Harvard University
Chinese Emigration in Modern Times

5. Tsu-Lin Mei

Cornell University
A Brief History of the Wu and Min Dialects

6. Robin D.S. Yates

McGill University
Science and Civilization in China:The Role of MilitaryTechnology and Organizaiton in Chinese Society and Religionin Comparative Perspective

F. Dissertation Fellowships

1. Bonnie Adrian

Yale University
Sexuality and Divorce in Modern Taiwan: A Cultural History of Infidelity

2. James A. Anderson

University of Washington
A Special Relationship: 10th-13th Century Sino-Vietnamese Tribute Relations and the Traditional Chinese Notion of World Order

3. Ellen V. Fuller

Stanford University
Gender and Authority: Women as Business Executives and School Administrators in Japan and Taiwan

4. John C. Hamm

University of California at Berkeley
The Common Language of Chinese Around the World: Jin Yong's Chivalric Fiction and Its Circulation Through Greater China

5. Eugenio Menegon

University of California at Berkeley
A Social History of the Chinese Rites Controversy (1632-1844)

6. Ruth A. Mostern

University of California at Berkeley
Paddies and Prefectures: The Creation of Bounded Territory in China During the Song Era

7. Hajime Nakatani

University of Chicago
Visualizing the Mind in Late Imperial China: The Hermeneutics of Appearance in Physiognomics and Portraiture

8. Rebecca A. Nedostup

Columbia University
Belief, Ritual, and Making Modernity during the Nanjing Period

9. Stephen P. Udry

University of Washington
Manchu Shamanism in Qing China (1644-1911)

10. Paul A. Van Dyke

University of Southern California
Sino-Dutch Trade in the Early Modern World: Taiwan in the 1630s and Canton in the 1730s and 1780s

11. Hilde G de Weerdt

Harvard University
Writing for and about the Civil Service Examinations in the Late Southern Song Dynasty

G. Postdoctoral Fellowships

1. Linsun Cheng

University of Massachusetts / Dartmouth
Enterpreneurship, Professional Managers and the Development of Modern Chinese Banks in the Republican Era

2. Joan E. Judge

University of Utah
Culture, Eading, and "The People" in Late Qing China

3. Paul W. Kroll

University of Colorado at Boulder
Divine Songs and Verse Revelations in Medieval China

4. Jerry Norman

University of Washington
A Comparative Study of the Min Dialects

5. Louis Putterman

Brown University
Wages and Productivity in China's Industry Under Reform

6. Gary W. Seaman

University of Southern California
A Computer Interactive Study of the Rite of Cosmic Renewal in Puli, Taiwan, ROC 1972-1996

7. Shu-mei Shih

University of California at Los Angeles
The National and the Transnational Contemporary Cultural Production in Taiwan

H. CCKF Fellowships Administered by the Canadian Association for Asian Studies

1. Andre Laliberte

University of British Columbia
Dissertation Fellowship
The KMT and Religious Organizations in Taiwan: From State to Societal Corporatism


2. Xiaoping Li

York University
Postdoctoral Fellowship
Clothing Behaviour and Social Transformation in 20th Century China

3. Andrew Martin

University of British Columbia
Postdoctoral Fellowship
Institutional Structures, Transactional Networks, and Rural Industrialization in Taiwan

I. Walter Judd Grant

1. Peter Li

Rutgers University
Identity and Nationhood: the Art and Politics of Lao She (1899-1966)

J. R.O.C. PhD Dissertation Fellowships

1. Che-chia Chang

University of Pennsylvania
An Equilibrium Institionalized-- Imperial patient- Practitioner relationship in the Era of Empress Dowager Cixi (1874-1908)

2. Ssu-ming Fisher Chang

University of Maryland at College Park
Evaluating the Impact of Mandatory Work Programs on Two-Parent Welfare Caseloads

3. Wen-chih Chang

Univeriste Laval
Corporeal Realization of Religion in Taiwan

4. Li-tsu Chen

Indiana University
A Critical Examination of Cultural Influences on Children's Drawings from Mid-western United States and Taiwan

5. Yiing Jenq Chou

Harvard University
Health Uncertainty & Precautionary Saving

6. Tzu-shiow Chuang

University of Alabama
Entrapment and Agency in the Novels of Madame de Charriere

7. Huey-ling Fan

University of Georgia
A Firmative Experiment to investigate the Processes of Seventh Graders' Multimedia Projects

8. Yin-feng Gau

University of California at San Diego
Heteroscedastic Volatility in Foreign Exchange Rates

9. Chia-yang Hueng

University of Wisconsin at Madison
The Impact of Foreign Variables on Domestic Money Demand and its Implications for Monetary Policies

10. Hsiang-lin Lei

University of Chicago
When Chinese Medicine Encountered the State: 1900-1949

11. Ching-yi Liu

University of Chicago
State, Law-making and the Internet: The Role of Government Regulations in the Emerging Global Information Superhighway Age

12. Chien Yi Lu

University of Texas at Austin
The Impact of Regional Integration on Policy Coordination -The Case of Migration PolicyCoordination in the European Union

13. Su-jei Own

University of Wisconsin at Madison
The Elucidation of Buddha's Omniscience

14. Yifeng Tao

Columbia University
Politics of China's Integration into the World Economy

15. Chung-min Tu

University of Georgia
The World of Becoming: A Deleuzean Explication of Middle Way in Chinese Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism

16. Fang Wang

University of Chicago
Support for the New Welfare State:The Structural Determinants of Public Attitude toward Social Welfare in Taiwan

17. Chia-ling Wu

University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Medicalization of Childbirth in Taiwan: Biomedical and Sociocultural Impacts

18. Chung-li Wu

University of New Orleans
Taiwan Political Parties: Social Change and Political Response

19. Hsiu-I Yang

Stanford University
Promoting Quality, Preventing Malpractice, & Resolving Medical Dispute in Taiwan: Is No-Fault Liability a Solution?

20. Chao Hsing Yeh

University of Massachusetts at Worcester
Determinants of Behavioral Intention and Actual Behavior in the Prevention of AIDS/HIV in Chinese College Students


Recipients in the European Region

A. Institutional Enhancement Grants

1. National Museum of Applied Arts

Maria Ferenczy
Acquisition of Chinese Books to the Museum's Library for the Support of the Study and the Publication of the Chinese Collection in the Ferenc HOPP Museum of Eastern Asiatic Arts, Budapest

2. University of Heidelberg

Rudolf G. Wagner
Conference on Chinese Historiography

3. University of London

Sue Swee Chin Small
Cataloguing and Conservation of the Robert Morrison Collection of Chinese Books

B. Research Grants

1. Hing-ho Chan

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
Etude et Publication des Romans Coreens Ecrits en Chinois

2. Christopher Cullen

Needham Research Institute
The First Narcotic: Confronting Opium in Late Imperial China (Pilot Project)

3. Jean-Pierre Drege

Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes
Database of Chinese Rubbings in European Collections

4. Ladislav Kesner

National Gallery
Cataloguing of Early Chinese Painting Collection in the National Gallery, Praque

5. Monika Ubelhor

Philipps-University Marburg
The Role of Literature in the Search for Cultural Identity at a Time of Challenge and Transition as Reflected in Hsiao-shuo Yueh-pao(Fiction Monthly), 1910~1915

C. Conferences, Seminars, Workshops

1. Dolors Folch

University Pompeu Fabra
China and the Outer World

2. Wolfgang Kubin

University of Bonn
Zhu Guang-qian, Zong Bai-hua and Chinese Aesthetics Moving Towards the 21st Century

3. Christian Lamouroux

Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient
Local Ritual, Music, and Theater in Their Social Context

4. Hans van de Ven

University of Cambridge
Military Thought and Practice in China

D. Publication Subventions

1. Ruhr-Universitat Bochum

Diethelm Hofstra
Qian Mu: Reflections on History and Culture

2. University of London

Roderick Whitfield
Publication of a Volume of Papers on New Discoveries and Studies in Chinese Archaeology

3. Russian Academy of Sciences

Leonid S. Vasiliev
Ancient China, vol 2, Ch'un Ch'iu China

E. Dissertation Fellowships

1. Elisabeth Alles

Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales
The Forms of Hui Identity Today in China

2. Gu Xin

Leiden University
Towards the New Institutional Pluralism: The Chinese Intellectual Group Life in the Changing Relationship between State and Society (1978-1989)

3. Elisabeth Koll

Oxford University
The Capital of Trust and Reputation: Zhang Jian (1853-1926) and His Business in Nantong

4. Valerie Lavoix

Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes
A Historian and Critic of Chinese Ancient Poetry, Liu Hsieh (ca 465-ca 521), Author of Wen-hsin Tiao-long

5. Tatoana Vinogradova

Institute of Oriental Studies, St. Petersburg
Beijing Musical Drama Zajiu on the Chinese Theatre Popular Prints Nianhua

F. Postdoctoral Fellowships

1. Cai Hua

Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales
The Visit System in Three Matrilineal Societies: A comparative Study

2. Beatrice David

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
Diversity and Unity among the Han Ethnic Group, Culture of Lingnan: An Anthropological Study of Local Subgroups of Han in Guangxi

3. Franz-Rudolph Schmidt

University of Gottingen
A History of Amazement: Amazement and Doubt in the Works of Pre-Sui Times (220-589) Natural History

4. Martin Svensson

Stockholm University
Divination, Ideology and the Poetic Text: The Development a Literary Hermeneutics in Ancient China


Recipients in the Asia-Pacific Region

A. Institutional Enhancement Grants

1. Griffith University

Cordia Chu
Institute of Environment and Health in Developing Asian Societies: The China Program

2. Nanyang Technological University

Cheng Hai Chew
Chinese Book Collection/Senior Teaching Fellow

3. University of Santo Tomas

Roland V. De La Rosa
Creation of a Chair in Chinese

4. University of Western Australia

Beverley Hooper
Lectureship in Chinese Studies

B. Research Grants

1. Aphichat Chamratrithirong

Mahidol University
Demographic--Anthropological Investigation of Migration Process in the Sanxia Dam Inundation Area and Cultural Heritage Preservation Video Documentation Project --Case Studies of ZiGui, Badong, Wushan, Fengjie, Yunyang Countries

2. Kwang-ok Kim

Seoul National University
Economic Activities of Huagiao and Their Socio-Cultural Effects on the Mainland China: An Anthropological Study

3. Chi-kong Lai

University of Queensland
Australian Chinese Business Networks, 1800~2000

4. John Y. Wong

University of Sydney
An Investigation into the British and Other Origins of Dr. Sun Yatsen's Three Principles of the People

C. Conference/Seminar/Workshop Grant

1. Jomo Kwame Soudaram

Institute of Social Analysis
Chinese Business in Southeast Asia

D. Senior Scholar Grant

1. L. R. J. Zwi Werblowsky

Hebrew University of Jerusalem
The de Groot Collection of Religious Iconography(Popular Religious Statuary from Fujian) in the Lyon Museum