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2018-2019 Asia Pacific Center Fellowship Recipients



Taiwan Studies Lectureship Graduate Fellowships

Spencer Chen, Anthropology
Project title: “Dubbing Ideologies: The Production of Voice in Taiwan's Mandarin Dubbing Industry”

Yeo Hoon Choi, Art History
Project title: “Making Sacred Mountains: Fourteenth-Century Daoism in South China and the Art of Wang Meng王蒙 (ca. 1308-1385)”

Philip Hsu, Asian Languages and Cultures
Project title: “An Overview of Essential Ming and Qing Buddhist Materials at the Academia Sinica Libraries”

Andrew Le, Sociology
Project title: “Why Toil the Perilous High Seas? International Migration and Vietnamese Migrant Fishermen in Taiwan”

Brooke Bach-Tang Phan, Education
Project title: “Envisioning and Enacting Global Citizenship Education in High School History” 

Toulouse-Antonin Roy, History
Project title: “Violence and Capitalism in Japan’s First Colony: The Camphor Industry and Indigenous Pacification in the Taiwan”

Taiwan Studies Lectureship Faculty Travel Grant

Ching Kwan Lee, Sociology
Project title: “"The China Factor" and Grassroots Politics in Taiwan and Hong Kong”

UCLA-NTNU Taiwan Studies Graduate Fieldwork Fellowships

Spencer Chen, Anthropology
Project title: “Dubbing Ideologies: The Production of Voice in Taiwan's Mandarin Dubbing Industry” 

Lin Du, Asian Languages and Cultures
Project title: “'Studies of Four Big Items' in Art and Literature in Socialist and Post-Socialist China”

Ruey-Ying Liu, Sociology
Project title: “Socializing Children in Everyday Talk in Taiwan and the US: A Comparative Study” 

Ngai-wan Yeung, Ethnomusicology
Project title: “Nanguan in Taiwan: Music after Government Interventions”

Hiroshi Wagatsuma Memorial Graduate Fellowships

Adina Matisoff, Geography
Project title: “(De)Constructing the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank:  A cross-cultural analysis of the role of non-governmental organizations in creating and contesting an international financial institution”

Qiaoyan Rosenberg, Sociology
Project title: “Building Tokyo: Brokers Employers and Chinese Workers in the Construction of the 2020 Olympic Games' Infrastructure” 

Hiroshi Wagatsuma Memorial Faculty Grant

Katsuya Hirano
, History
Project title: “Roundtables for East Asian Library's 70th Anniversary

Mariko Tamanoi, Anthropology
Project title: “How Children Learned Racism: 'China' and 'Chinese' in Imperial Japan

 

 

 

 


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Published: Friday, March 9, 2018