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Grant Recipients, 1999-2000

Grant Recipients, 1999-2000

Recipients in the Domestic Region

A. Research Grants

1. Kuang-yu Chang

The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Studies of the Bamboo Scripts of Chu with Respect to Their Linguistic Characteristics and their Relationship with the Dialect

2. Kwan-tao Chin

The Chinese University of Hong Kong
An Intellectual Study of the Origins and Development of Liberalism

3. Wan-wen Chu

Sun Yat-sen Institute for Social Science and Philosophy, Academia Sinica
Big Business in Taiwan's Post-reform Economy

4. Hwang-cheng Gong

Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica
Research on the Tangut Written Materials found in Kahara-khoto

5. Chao-mei Lian

National Taiwan University
An Archaeological Study of Shell Industry in East Asia

6. Ta-chi Liao

National Sun Yat-sen University
Democracy and Local Governance

7. Alexander Pisarev

Tamkang University
State and Peasant in Republican China: The Agrarian Policy of the National Government, 1920-1940

B. Conferences, Seminars and Workshops

1. Chu-jen Huang

Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica
LSA Linguistics Institute: Sub-Institute on Chinese Corpus Linguistics

2. Fang-shang Lu

Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica
Women, Nation and Society in Modern China

3. James Tang

Hong Kong University
Comparing Political and Economic Transformation in Chinese Societies at the Turn of the Century

C. Publication Subsidies

1. National Chung Cheng University

A-tsai Cheng
Inscriptions of Vietnam

D. Database Grants

1. Kan-chung Huang

Academia Sinica
New Su-k'u ch'uan-shu Electonic Database

2. Poon-yee Tsao

The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Sounds of China's Musical Tradition


Recipients in the American Region

A. Research Grants

1. Jianxiang Bi

Carleton University
Uncertain Courses: Theater Missile Defense & Joint Taiwan Operations

2. Ning Chen

California State University at Hayward
The Concept of Fate in Traditional China

3. Julia Ching

University of Toronto
Contemporary Chinese Philosophy: Tang Chun-I and Mou Tsung-san

4. Richard L. Davis

Brown University
Ouyang Xiu’s Historical Records of the Five Dynasties

5. Bruce L. Derwing

University of Alberta
In Search of the Fundamental Phonological Units of Chinese: Testing Nonliterate Speakers of Taiwanese and Mandarin

6. Corinna-Barbara Francis

University of Missouri at Columbia
Chinese-style Capitalism and the Embeddedness of Institutions

7. Kwok-Chiu Fung

University of California at Santa Cruz
Trade and Direct Investment Links between Taiwan and Mainland China

8. Katheryn Linduff

University of Pittsburgh
Regional Lifeways and Cultural Remains in the Northern Corridor: Chifeng International Collaborative Archaeological Research Project

9. Vai-Lam Mui

University of Notre Dame
The Political Economy of Social Purges

10. David S. Nivison

Stanford University
A New Study and Translation of the Zhushu Jinian

11. Daniel L. Overmyer

University of British Columbia
Temple Festivals in Rural North China: An Investigation of Religious Traditions in Selected Villages in Hebei Province and the Tianjin Area

12. Humberto Rodriguez-Pastor

Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos
Integration and Influence of the Chinese Immigrants in Peruvian Towns, 1880-1940

13. Shui-Yan Tang

University of Southern California
Instituting Complex Environmental Governance Networks in New Democracies: The Case of Taiwan

14. Mi Chu Wiens

Library of Congress
A Research Guide to the Naxi Manuscripts in the Library of Congress

15. Fiona Yap

University of Kansas
How does the Government in Taiwan Achieve Economic Support?: Comparative Empirical Study of East Asian Newly Industrialized Countries Since 1960

16. Guangda Zhang

Princeton University
A Study of the Oasis City-States in Medieval Central Asia

B. Conferences, Seminars, Workshops

1. Ju-Hsi Chou

Cleveland Museum of Art
In the Semblance of Sun and Moon: A Symposium on Chinese Mirrors

2. Bruce Dickson

George Washington University
Taiwan's Developments Under President Lee Teng-hui

3. C.T. James Huang

University of California at Irvine
International Conference on Chinese Linguistics

4. Martin Kern

Columbia University
Text and Ritual in Early China

5. Yu-ning Li

Society for the Study of the History of Chinese with an American Education
“Chinese Contributions to America: An International Academic Conference”
October 20-21, 2000

6. Christopher Lupke

Bowdoin College
Heaven’s Will and Life’s Lot: Fate and Determinism in Chinese Culture

7. Wayne Moyer

Grinnell College
Symposium on Democracy, Social Change, and Cross-Strait Relations on the Eve of Taiwan’s Presidential Election

8. Shu-mei Shih

University of California at Los Angeles
The Fifth Annual Conference on the History and Culture of Taiwan: “Remapping Taiwan: Histories and Cultures in the Context of Globalization”

9. Ching-I Tu

Rutgers University
Interpretation and Intellectual Change: An International Conference on the history of Chinese Hermeneutics

10. Liren Zheng

Ohio University
International Conference of Institutes and Libraries for Overseas Chinese Studies

C. Publication Subsidies

1. M.E. Sharpe, Inc.

Douglas Merwin
Chiang Kai-shek’s Diary: An Interpretive Biography and History of China, 1922-1949

2. Oxford University Press

Maribeth Payne
Echoes of History: Naxi Music in Modern China by Helen Rees

3. Stanford University Press

Muriel Bell
Ellen Johnston Laing and Helen Hui-ling Liu, Up in Flames: The Ephemeral Art of Pasted-paper Sculpture in Taiwan

4. University of California Press

Sheila Levine
Norman J. Girardot, The Victorian Translation of China: James Legge and the Transformation of Missionary Tradition, Sinological Orientalism, and the Comparable Science of Religion in the Nineteenth Century

5. University of Hawai'I Press

Frank Stewart
Song of the Snow Lion, Edited by Frank Stewart, with Tsering Shakya, Herbert Batt, and Janet Upton

D. Travel Grants

1. Anna Calluori Holcombe

Kansas State University
The Influence of Chinese Ceramics on my work, slide Lecture

2. Phylis Lan Lin To

University of Indianapolis
Attend IUCISD European Conference Travel Grant in Cracow, Poland,
23-26 September 1999

3. Yung-mei Tsai

Texas Tech University
Elderly Life in Contemporary Japan with a Comparative Reference to Taiwan

4. Tomothy C. Wong

Arizona State University
Chinese Fiction Through Western Lenses: Some Unresolved Issues

E. Scholar Grants

1. Peter Chow

City University of New York
Globalization of Production Network, International Competitiveness and Taiwan’s Role in Asia-Pacific Region

2. Prasenjit Duara

University of Chicago
Manchukuo and the Frontiers of the East Asian Modern

3. Gail Hershatter

University of California at Santa Cruz
The Gender of Memory: Rural Chinese Women and the 1950s

4. Willard Peterson

Princeton University
Advancement of Learning in Early Ching

5. Stephen Teiser

Princeton University
The Wheel of Rebirth in Chinese Buddhism

F. Dissertation Fellowships

1. Maria Chee

University of California at Riverside
The Impact of Transnational Family on Middle Class Women and Marital Relationship: Taiwanese Americans in Southern California

2. Christy Chiang- Hom

University of Michigan
The Psychological and social effects of “Parachuting” – the Chinese Practice of Sending Children to Study Overseas Unaccompanied

3. Jennifer Eishman

Princeton University
Lay Buddhist Networks and Late Ming Dynasty Buddhist Culture

4. P. Kerim Friedman

Temple University
The Value of English in Taiwan: An Ethnographic Study of Educational Ideology and Linguistic Markets in Taiwanese Junior High Schools

5. Larissa Heinrich

University of California at Berkeley
Medicine in Art and Literature and the Development of a National Metaphor in China, 1771-1913

6. Jason Kindopp

George Washington University
Religion and Civil Society: Christianity and Buddhism in Post-Mao China

7. Winston Kyan

University of Chicago
Repaying Kindness: Buddhism, Filial Piety and Image Making in Medieval China

8. Tracy G. Miller

University of Pennsylvania
Constructing Religion: The Architecture of the Chin Shrines

9. Gil Raz

Indiana University
The Five Talismans of the Numinous Treasure and the Formation of Early Daoism

10.Victor Shih

Harvard University
The Politics of Excessive Lending to State-Owned Enterprises in China

11. Wendy Swartz

University of California at Los Angeles
The Literary Reputation of Tao Yuanming

12. Jodi Weistein

Yale University
State and Society in Qing China’s Southwest Internal Frontiers, 1723-1850

G. Postdoctoral Fellowships

1. Jue Chen

University of Minnesota
The Early Tang Dynasty Chuanqi Fiction: An Interdisciplinary Study

2. Constance Cook

Lehigh University
A Zhou Nation: The Construction of Identity in Ancient China

3. Chang-Tai Hsieh

Princeton University
Schooling and Labor Market Impact of the 1968 9-Year Compulsory Education Program in Taiwan

4. Ying Hu

University of California at Irvine
“Would That I Were Marco Polo”: Chinese Women Writers on the Road, 1890-1911

5. Shi-Zhe Huang

Haverford College
Quantification and Predication in English, Chinese, and Thai

6. He Li

Merrimack College
Chinese Think Tanks and Their Role in Chinese Foreign Policy

7. Jianmei Liu

University of Maryland at College Park
Engaging with Revolution and Love

8. Denny Roy

Naval Postgraduate School
Taiwan’s Struggle for Security: The Interaction Between State, National, and Individual Interests

9. Xiaoshan Yang

University of Notre Dame
Metamorphosis of the Private Sphere: The Urban Garden in Tang-Song Poetry

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

1. Shenwen Li

University of Ottawa
Postdoctoral Fellowship
From Tradition to Modernity: Chongqing in the Late Nineteenth Century

2. Alison Marshall

York University
Dissertation Fellowship
Female Extatic Religious Functionaries in China and Contemporary Taiwan

3. Colin Robert

University of British Columbia
Dissertation Fellowship
Straw Sandals and Stout Hearts: The World of the Chinese Nationalist Soldier 1924-1949

4. Wen-shan Shih

University of Toronto
Dissertation Fellowship
Theatrical Interculturalism: Adaptations of Shakespeare in Taiwan’s Modern and Traditional Theatre, 1980s-1990s

I. Walter Judd Grant

1. Daniel C. Lynch

University of Southern California
A Constructivist Approach to Explaining Democratization

J. R.O.C. PhD Dissertation Fellowships

1. Pei-Yu Chang

Pennsylvania State University
Taiwanese Children’s Play, Imagination, creativity, and Symbolic representations: Relations to kinds of kindergarten classroom structures and adults’ attitudes

2. Kai-Yuan Chen

City University of New York
Solving Kripke-Wittgenstein’s Rule-following Paradox

3. Yu-Jun Chen

University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Beliefs about Maternal Roles and Developmental Benefits in Two Parent-Infant Play Contexts: Leaning from Taiwanese Mothers of Children with Down Syndrome

4. Yu-Wen Fan

New School for Social Research
Stigmatizing Honored Citizens: Ethnicity, Gender, Class and State in Taiwan

5. Cheng-Hwa Fang

Brown University
Institutional Structures and Cultural Identities: Civil and Military Power in the Tang-Song Transition (A.D. 875-1063)

6. Huei-yu Judy Huang

University of Maryland at College Park
Cognitive and Motivational Processes of Text Comprehension: A Cross-Cultural Investigation

7. Michelle Tsung-yi Huang

SUNY/Stony Brook
Walking Admist Slums and Skyscrapers: The Politics of Walking and the Myth of Freedom in Asian Global Cities

8. Su-Ching Huang

University of Rochester
Boundaries Crossed and Reinscribed: (Im) Mobility in Asian American and Asian Diaspora Literatures

9. Yu-chih Lai

Yale University
“Japanese Influence”: Art, Choice and Identity in Shanghai, 1853-1895

10. Caleb Yi-Yu Liang

Indiana University
Understanding Objectivity

11. Pei-shan Liao

Pennsylvania State University
The Effects of Community Attachment and Quality of Life on Migration Intention: A Comparison of Taiwanese and Pennsylvania Rural Communities

12. Tin-chun Lin

Pennsylvania State University
Essays on Education Investment, Income Inequality and Economic Growth

13. Tzong-Hong Lin

University of California at Irvine
Light Verb Syntax and the Theory of Phrase Structure

14. Hui-wen Lu

Princeton University
Calligraphy of Stone Engravings in Northern Wei Luoyang: The Development of Regular Script from the Fifth to the Sixth Century

15. Hsiu-hua Shen

University of Kansas
Crossing the Taiwan Strait: The Politics of Identity Construction and the Global Economy in the Case of Taiwanese Entrepreneurs in China

16. Ruei-Suei Sun

University of California at Los Angeles
Globalization, Identity Politics and Place Formation: The Cost of Taipei, 1980-90s

17. Chia-Fu Sung

Harvard University
Situated Histories- the Transformation of Historical Culture in the Twelfth-Century China (1127-1200)

18. Danchi Tan

University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
The Managerial Limit of International Expansion: Greenfield Entries vs. Acquisitions

19. Yuan-kang Wang

University of Chicago
Denystifying Strategic Culture: Realism and China’s Foreign Relations in History

20.Chin-Lung Yang

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Representation and Processing of Coreferential Comprehension in Chinese Discourse

K. Special Projects

1. Harvard University

Peter Bol
Continuation of the Yang Lien-sheng Memorial Lecture Series at Harvard University


Recipients in the European Region

A. Institutional Enhancement

1. University of Wien

Otto Ladstatter
Librarianship for Three Years

B. Research Grants

1. Michel Cartier

Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales
From Orientalism to Chinese Studies

2. Imre Hamar

Eotvos Lorand University
The Chinese Versions of the Sutra "Manifestation of the Buddha" and the Chinese Commentaries to It

3. Vladimir A. Moiseyev

Altai State University
Russia-USSR-Sinkiang: Actual Problem of Relations and Interaction 1881~1937

4. Paolo Santangelo

State University of Oriental Studies
Perception, Expression and Evaluation of Emotions in the Ming-Qing Period

5. Hans van de Ven

University of Cambridge
The Chinese Maritime Customs Service: The History of a Chinese-British Bureaucracy and Its Impact on the Economic, Political, and Society History of China (1854~1949)

6. Toshio Watanabe

London Institute Chelsea College of Art & Design
Refracted Colonial Modernity: Effects of Japanese Cultural Imperialism on the Formation of Modern Taiwanese Identities in Art & Design

C. Conferences, Seminars, Workshops

1. Robert Bickers

University of Bristol
1900:The Boxers, China, and the World

2. Michel Hockx

University of London
International Workshop :"Subscribing to a New Culture: Chinese Literary Journals of the 1910"

3. Michel Hockx

University of London
Enhancement of the "Current Issues in Chinese Studies"

4. Stefania Stafutti

University of Torino
XIII Conference of the European Association of Chinese Studies "The Spirit of the Metropolis"

D. Publication Subventions

1. Oriental Ceramic Society

Oliver Impey
Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society (TOCS)

2. Charles University

Augustin Palat
Publication of a Monograph"Medieval China. Society and Customs during the Sung and Yuan Dynasties"

3. Ruhr-Universitat Bochum

Raoul David Findeisen
China and Her Biographical Dimensions---Commemorative Essays for Helmut Martin

E. Dissertation Fellowships

1. Terence Billeter

Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris
Nationalism and Identity Strategies in China: The Figure of the Yellow Emperor and Its Contemporary Use

2. Sheng-ching Chang

Humboldt-Universitat Berlin
The Image of China in Nature and Landscape of Athanasius Kircher's "China Illustrata" (1667)

3. Yu-ju Chou

University of Edinburgh
Hemispheric Superiority in Chinese Scripts Recognition

4. Luca Gabbiani

Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales
Public Health and Reform in Late Qing Beijing

5. Romain Graziani

University of Paris 7-Denis Diderot
The Lore of the Mind: The Xin Seen as the Ruler of the Body and the Heart of the World. A Translation and Study of the Four Xin Shu of the Guanzi

6. Helena Heroldova

Charles University
Science Fiction in China at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century: Relation to the Traditional Fantastic Narrative and Wsetern science Fiction

7. Tao-ming Huang

University of Essex
Articulating Niezi: Male Homosexuality in Contemporary Taiwanese Culture

8. Yu-chung Lee

Universidad de Sevilla
Conflict and Reciprocation: Chinese Economic Activities in the Spanish Philippines during the Period of Economic Development (1778-1898)

9. Song Hwee Lim

University of Cambridge
Male Homosexality in Films from China, Taiwan and Hong Kong of the 1990s

10. Chin-ju Lin

University of Essex
Woman and the Taiwanese Patriarchal Family (1920-1998)

11. Frances Weightman

University of Edinburgh
Pu Songling and the Intellectual Trends of the Early Qing

12. Daniela Zhang-Czirakova

Charles University
Metamorphoses of Chinese Painting-The Process of Forming Abstract Painting in Contemporary Chinese Art

F. Postdoctoral Fellowships

1. Florence Bretelle-Establet

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
Late Imperial Southern Medical Writings: Local Medical Culture and Local Profession of Healing

2. Fabienne Jagou

Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales
The Chinese Government's Policy Towards Tibet from 1928 until 1942

3. Bengt Pettersson

Stockholm University
Translation of the Hou Hanshu

G. Special Projects

1. Charles University

CCK-ISC Annual Budget

2. Charles University

Translation of “My Sister China”


Recipients in the Asia-Pacific Region

A. Research Grants

1. Kaneshiro Atsumi

Okinawa Prefectural University of Arts
A Comparative Study of Chinese and Okinawan Music

2. Chris Berry

La Trobe University
Taiwan on Screen: Cinema and Identity

3. Jui-Shan Chang

University of Melbourne
Is There a "Chinese Sexuality"?--Toward a New Paradigm for Cross-Cultural Research into the Nature of Sex

4. John Fitzgerald

La Trobe University
Transnational Linkages between Chinese Communities in Australia and South China, 1850~1920

5. Prapin Manomaivibool

Chulalongkorn University
Research into Tai-Yue Linguistic Links: Vocabulary and Morphology

B. Conference/Seminar/Workshop Grant

1. David C. Schak

Griffith University
An International Conference on Civil Society in Asia: The Relevance of the Taiwanese Model

C. Subsidy for Publication Grant

1. Igor de Rachewiltz

Australian National University
The Secret History of the Mongols