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Grant Recipients, 1998-1999

Grant Recipients, 1998-1999


Recipients in the Domestic Region

A. Research Grants

1. Wei-sen Hsiao

Hong Kong Baptist University
Chinese Small Firm Marketing: Model and Theory Building

2. Chin-chen Liu

Soochow University
Children's Ideas about Historical Narrative: Understanding Historical Accounts

B. Database Grants

1. Chin-Yi Chu

Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica
Panel Study of Chinese Family Dynamics: Data Collection

2. Kuan-chung Huang

Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica
New Ssu K'u Ch'uan shu Electronic Database

C. Conferences, Workshops and Seminars

1. The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Ping Chung Leung
The Retrospect and Prospect of Chinese Culture

2. National Taiwan University

J.E. Borao
Spanish Materials for the History of Taiwan

3. National Taiwan University

Chun-chieh Huang
International Conference on Time in Chinese Historical Thought: Change, Periodization and Continum


Recipients in the American Region

A. Institutional Enhancement Grants

1. University of Oklahoma

Hugh Benson
Faculty Position in Chinese Philosophy at the University of Oklahoma

2. Columbia University

Richard Williams
Course entitled "South China, Taiwan and Hong Kong: Cockpit of Change"

B. Research Grants

1. Xianming Chen

University of Illinois at Chicago
Shanghai and Kaohsuiung as Rising Chinese Global Cities: Characteristics, Conditions, and Consequences

2. Ko-lin Chin

Rutgers University
Organized Crime in Taiwan

3. Furjecn Denq

Sam Houston State University
Determinants of Recidivism for Drug Offenders in Taiwan

4. Larry Diamond

Stanford University
Consolidating Democracy in Taiwan

5. Patricia Ebrey

University of Washington
A Visual Sourcebook for Chinese Civilization

6. Eric Fong

University of Toronto
Chinese Ethnic Economy in Toronto: Its Economic and Social Impacts

7. Tse-chi Hsu

University of Pittsburgh
A Cross-cultural Investigation of Educational and Psychological Research Methods

8. Shihlung Huang

University of North Dakota
Punishment Versus Treatment for Convicted Drug Abusers: A Comparative Study of US and Taiwan Drug Enforcement Policies

9. Shu-min Huang

University of Iowa
The Development of Sustainable Agriculture in China

10. Leo Liu

Brandon University
The Transformation and Prospect of the Political Party System in the ROC

11. Edward Olsen

Naval Postgraduate School
The 1997-99 Economic Crises' Impact on U.S. Alliances in Northeast Asia: Implications for Taiwan's Security

12. Paul Taylor

Smithsonian Institution
Collections-Based Research and Field Studies for an Imperative Catalog of Indigenous Taiwanese Ethnographic Collections

13. Xueguang Zhang

Duke University
The Evolution of Contractual Relationships in Emerging Market--A Comparative Study of Taiwanese and Local Firms in Mainland China

14. Yang Zhong

University of Tennessee
Local Government and Politics in China

C. Conferences, Seminars, Workshops

1. George Chen

Association of Chinese Social Scientists in North America
Chiang Ching-kuo's Legacy: Taiwan's Political, Economic, and Social Reforms during the Chiang Ching-kuo Era

2. Peter Chow

American Association for Chinese Studies
The Road of Chinese Studies toward the Century of Modernization

3. Yungdeh Chu

Rochester Institute of Technology
Sino-Japanese Relations during the Republican Era

4. William Kirby

Harvard University
Taiwan Studies Workshop

5. Keith Thompson

Pennsylvania State University
Music Teleconference: Preparing Music Teachers for the 21st Century: Method in Music Education

D. Publication Subsidies

1. M.E. Sharpe, Inc.

Douglas Merwin
Broadening the Horizons of Chinese History: Discoures, Syntheses, and Comparison by Ray Huang

2. Museum of Chinese in the Americas

Fay Chew Matsuda
Canton/New York: Cantonese Opera and Identity in New York's Chinatown

3. Ohio State University

Kirk Denton
Modern Chinese Literature and Culture

4. Rutgers University

Ching-I Tu
Publication of the Proceedings of the Conference on the Hermeneutic Traditions in Chinese Culture

5. Stanford University Press

Helen Tartar
Ginger Cheng-chi Hsu, A Bushel of Pearls: Painting for Sale in 18th Century Yangchow

6. University of Hawaii Press

Patricia Crosby
"The Chinese City in Space and Time: The Development of Urban Form in Suzhou" by Yinong Xu

E. Travel Grants

1. Elizabeth Childs-Johnson

New York University
American Collections and Studies of Newlithic and Early Historic Period Chinese Jade

2. Peter Chow

City University of New York
A Comparative Analysis of Social Security System in Taiwan and the USA

3. Richard Chu

Rochester Institute of Technology
Presenting a Paper, "Forced Chinese Labors under Japanese Occupation," at the Venice Int'l Conference on the Rold of the Republican Period in 20th Century China

4. William Gabrenya

Florida Institute of Technology
Travel to Asian Association of Social Psychology Conference

5. Jacob Korg

International Pound Association and Beijing Foreign Studies University
Paper to be read at 18th International Ezra Pound Conference: Chinese Ritual in the Cantos

F. Walter Ostrom

Jingdezhen Ceramics Institute
Jindezhen Ceramics Institute Conference

1. Justin Tan

California State University at San Marcos
Are Managers and Entrepreneurs Different: A Comparative Study in China's Transition Economy

2. Wen-hui Tsai

Indiana-Purdue University at Fort Wayne
American Social Security System and Its Suitability to the Third World Nations

G. Senior Scholar Grants

1. Peter Bol

Harvard Unversity
Neo-Confucianism and Chinese History, 1100-1600

2. Julia Ching

University of Toronto
The Relevance of Chinese Thought

3. Alison Conner

University of Hawaii
Soochow Law School (1915-52) and Modern Chinese Legal Profession

4. Chihwa Kao

Syracuse University
Learning-By-Others Doing and International R&D Spillovers for the Asian NIEs: If we know what an economic miracle is, we may be able to make one

5. Yu-sheng Lin

University of Wisconsin at Madison
Chinese Ideas of Political Order from the Neolithic Age to 221 B.C.E.

6. Thomas Rawski

University of Pittsburgh
Foundations of Chinese Economic Growth

7. Jeffrey Riegel

University of California at Berkeley
The Confucian Texts Excavated at Kuo-tien

8. Philip Williams

University of California at Riverside
The Affective Side of Increasingly Economically Driven Chinese Prison Camp Life--An Interdisciplinary Study

H. Dissertation Fellowships

1. Erica Brindley

Princeton University
Mediums and Sources of Authority: An Analysis of Self-Cultivation in Early China (Warring States)

2. Daniel Buck

University of California at Berkeley
Constructing China's Capitalism, Connecting Shanghai;s Urban and Rural Industries

3. Kenneth Foster

University of California at Berkeley
Associations and the State in Contemporary Mainland China: The Emergence of New Forms of State-Society Engagement

4. Liam Kelley

University of Hawaii
Beyond the Bronze Pillars: Tribute and Travel Literature between China and Vietnam in the 15th to 19th Centuries

5. Robin McNeal

University of Washington
Acquiring People: Social Organization, Mobilization, and the Discourse on the Civil and Military Spheres in Ancient China

I. Postdoctoral Fellowships

1. Joseph Bosco

Georgetown University
Taiwan's Present and Future Status and China's Use of Force Under International Law and the United States Policy of Strategic Ambiguity

2. Faye Kleeman

University of Colorado at Boulder
Identity, Textuality and Colonialism: Taiwanese Literature under the Japanese Occupation (1895-1945)

3. Cheng Li

Hamilton College
Chinese Technocrats: Their Special Origins, Ideological Attributes, and Political Behavior

4. Gang Lin

Association of Chinese Political Studies
The Prospect of China's Democratization

5. Katheryn Lowry

University of California at Santa Barbara
The Use of Print in 16th and 17th-Century China: A Study of Forms and Readerships

6. Peter Nickerson

Duke University
Popular Religion and Modernity in Contemporary Taiwan

7. Wei Shang

Columbia University
Ritual and the Crisis of the Confucian World: An Interpretation of the Unofficial History of the Scholars

8. Paula Varsano

Smith College
Wanderings: Locating the Subject in Traditional Chinese Poetry

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

1. Alison Baily

University of British Columbia
Postdoctoral Fellowship
Wild Justice: A Cultural Study of Revenge in Pre-modern Chinese Literature and Historical Texts

2. Frank Muyard

University of Montreal
Dissertation Fellowship
Modernity, Postmodernity and Modern China: A Comparative and Critical Study of Cultural Modernity in China

3. Joseph Yit-Chong Wong

University of Wisconsin at Madison
Dissertation Fellowship
Democratization and Equity: Dual Transitions in Taiwan, 1986-1997

4. Kwok-Yiu Wong

University of Toronto
Dissertation Fellowship
The Balance Wen and Tao: Literary/Political Discourse in Tang China

K. R.O.C. PhD Dissertation Fellowships

1. Jung-hsing Chang

University of Hawaii at Manoa
The Syntax of Event Structure in Chinese

2. Ku-ming Chang

University of Chicago
Bona Fide Observations: Science, Religion and German University, 1694-1705

3. Shu-ying Chen

University of Iowa
A Comparison of Iten Selection Rules Including Theoretical and Practical Considerations at the Early Stages of Computerized Adaptive Testing

4. Lin Chou

Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
Sino-Chilean Relations and Chinese Immigration to Chile

5. Chi-nien Chung

Stanford University
Market, Culture and Institutions: The Formation and Transformation of Business Groups in Taiwan, 1960s-1990s

6. Yung-ming Hsu

University of Michigan
Linking the Elite to the Masses in Democratizing Taiwan: Identity Politics, Issue Evolution, and Party Realignment

7. Chiung-yu Huang

SUNY at Stony Brook
Application of a Dynamic Structural Model of Oligopolitics Competition with Learning Effects

8. Kwei-bo Huang

University of Maryland at College Park
Confidence and Security Building between ASEAN and the PRC after the Cold War

9. Shih-shan Susan Huang

Yale University
The Realms of Heaven, Earth, and Water: The Formation of Daoist Painting in the 12th and 13th Centuries

10. Pei-chia Lan

Northwestern University
Transnational Organization and Local Practice of Domestic Service: Migrant Domestic Workers and their Taiwanese Employers

11. Chao-chun Lin

Northeastern University
How to Enforce and Enact a Constitutional Bill of Rights in an Wast Asian Country

12. Wei-kuo Lin

University of Wisconsin at Madison
Discussions of Unification Versus Independence in Taiwan--From the perspective of Inoculation and Spiral of Silence Theories: A Study of Public Opinion in Democracy

13. Li-wei Liu

Cornell University
The Growth and Transformation of Small and Medium Enterprises in Taiwan: Direct and Indirect Contributions to Regional Development

14. Hsiu-hui Su

Rutgers University
Female-Female Feeding Competition and Inter-Matriline Feeding Competition in Formosan Macaques (Macaca Cyclopis)

15. Chih-hsiung Tu

Arizona State University
Redefining Social Presence: An Examination of Social Context, Interactivity, and Communication to Increase Interaction

16. Huei-hsin Wang

University of Arizona
Shih Chan Po-lo-mi Tzu-ti Fa-men and the Formation of Tien-tai Meditation

17. Shih-ying Wu

University of Michigan
Three Essays in Public Finance

18. Chien-chang Yang

University of Chicago
Music as Embodied Knowledge: Hugo Riemann's Theory of Musical Listening

19. Shih-ying Yang

Yale University
Wisdom: A Taiwanese Chinese Perspective

20.Feng-huang Ying

University of Texas at Austin
Reassessing Taiwan's Literature of the 1950s

L. Special Projects

1. Princeton University

Willard Peterson
Editing of V. 2,4,5B,9A,9B of the Cambridge History of China

2. University of Washington

Ann YUE-Hashimoto
Li Fang-kuei Memorial Volume Linguistic Change and the Chinese Dialects: A Collection of Papers Dedicated to the Memory of Late Prof. Li Fang-kuei


Recipients in the European Region

A. Institutional Enhancement Grants

1. Ruhr-Universitat

Bochum Christina Neder
Research Unit on Taiwan Regional Culture

2. Universidad Autonoma de Madrid

Taciana Fisac
Development of an Official Degree in Chinese Studies at the Autonomous University of Madrid

B. Research Grants

1. Theo L. M. Engelen

University of Nijmegen
Population and Society in Taiwan and the Netherlands

2. Marc Kalinowski

Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes
Divination, Science, and Society in Medieval China

3. Fabrizio Pregadio

Technische Universitat Berlin
The Background and Transmission of Alchemy in Jiangnan from the Early Six Dynasties to the Mid-Tang

4. Jorn Rusen

Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut
Chinese Historical Culture: Annotated Sources of Chinese Historiography and Historical Thinking from the Beginnings to the Present (3 vols.)

C. Conferences, Seminars, Workshops

1. John Lagerwey

Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient
Religion and Chinese Society: The Transformation of a Field and Its Implications for the Study of Chinese Culture

2. Frank N. Pieke

Oxford University
Fieldwork Research Methods in Contemporary Chinese Society

3. Guido Samarani

Ca' Foscari University in Venice
International Conference on "The Role of the Republican Period in Twentieth Century China

4. Rudolf G. Wagner

University of Heidelberg
Workshop"Text and Commentary in Imperial China"

D. Publication Subventions

1. Institute RICCI de Paris Centre d'Etudes Chinoises

Claude Larre
Le Grand RICCI (Le Grand Dictionnaire Francais de la Langue Chinoise) Han Fa Ta Tz'u T'ien

2. Kirjayhtyma Publishing Co.

Linda Jakobson
Writing Project of a Documentary Book Entitled "The Competing Threesome: China, Korea and Japan"

3. University of Heidelberg

Catherine V. Yeh
Assistance for Translating and Editing Work for the Volume "The Formation of a Multiethnic Urban Culture: The Shanghai Concessions 1850-1910"

E. Dissertation Fellowships

1. Isabelle Charleux

University of Paris IV-Sorbonne
Art and Architecture of Lamaist Temples and Monasteries in Inner Mongolia

2. Chien-er Chou

University of Sheffield
A Study of Nanguan Music and Culture in Contemporary Taiwan

3. Florence Bretelle-Establet

University of Paris 7-Denis Diderot
History of Public Health in Southern China (Yunnan, Guanxi, Guangdong)

4. Kun-hui Ku

University of Cambridge
State, Church and Aboriginal Rights Movement in Post WWII Taiwan: A Case Study of the Paiwan

5. Jakub Marsalek

Charles University
The Ways of Status Demonstration in Late Neolithic China

6. Pierre Joseph Marsone

Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes
Wang Ch'ung-yang and the Foundation of the Taoist Ch'uan-chen Monastic Music

7. Carmen Meinert

University of Bonn
A Comparative Study of Soteriological Aspects in Chinese Chan Buddhism and Early Tibetan Dzogs Chan from the 6th Century on the Basis of Dunhuang Manuscripts: The Teachings of Chan Master Wolun(S. 1494, S. 6631)and the Sovereign All- Creating Mind

8. Jorg Plassen

University of Hamburg
On the Traces of the Treatises Chi-tsang's Hermeneutical Approach and its Application in His Writings

9. Wing Kin Puk

Oxford University
Salt Trade in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century China

10. Michael Rudolph

University of Heidelberg
Assimilation or Revitalization: The Aboriginal Movement in Taiwan 1984-96

11. Ching-fe Shih

Oxford University
Jingdezhen Blue and White Porcelains in the Yuan Dynasty: Their Functions, Designs and Markets

12. The-ling Wang

University of Cambridge
An Invisible presence in the International economy: A history of the Role of Finance in Taiwan, 1965-1990

13. Yongping Wu

Leiden University
State-Private Sector Relations and Economic Development in Taiwan (1950-1985)

F. Postdoctoral Fellowships

1. Michael Schimmelpfennig

University of Heidelberg
The Section and Sentence Commentary (Chang-chu)--Towards a Better Understanding of a Dominant Exegetical Tradition of the Han Dynasty

G. Special Projects

1. Charles University

Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation International Sinological Center at Charles University


Recipients in the Asia-Pacific Region

A. Institutional Enhancement Grant

1. Macquarie University

Daniel Kane
Lectureship in the History of Chinese Science and Medicine

2. University of New South Wales

Hans Hendrischke
A Research-Based Teaching Program on Chinese Provincial Studies

B. Research Grants

1. Cordia Chu

Griffith University
Smoothing the Rite of Passage for Chinese Migrants in Australia: Development of Community-Based Postnatal Care and Prevention of Postnatal Depression

2. Neil J. Diamant

Tel Aviv University
The Politics of Dead and Living Soldiers in Modern China

C. Conference/Seminar/Workshop Grant

1. Kam-leung Chan

National University of Singapore
Ninth International Conference on the History of Science in East Asia

D. Subsidy for Publication Grant

1. Yin Wai Wong

Australian National University