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臺灣文學、原住民書寫、現代主義、跨藝術研究/Taiwan Literature, Indigenous Writing, Modernism, Inter-Art Studies
Su-Yon Lee is an author, editor, and critic. He received his Ph.D. (2021) in Taiwan Literature from National Taiwan University. Lee was the 2017-2018 Hou Family Fellow at the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard University. His publications of books include You Gradually Approach to Me (Chiuko, 2006) and Für Elise (Chiuko, 2013). He is the chief editor of 百年降生：1900-2000臺灣文學故事 100 Years of Taiwan Literature: 1900-2000 (Linking Publishing, 2018). Currently, his research topics focus on Taiwan indigenous writing, Modernism, and inter-art studies.
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翻譯流變、文學脈動、科學幻想、性別越界、精神建構、身體紀律/ translated novels, literary trends, scientific fantasies, gender transgressions, spiritual constructions, bodily disciplines
I graduated from the Department of Chinese Literature of National Tsing Hua University. My PhD dissertation "Approach to Late Qing"War Narratives" : Translation, Imagination, and the New Fiction" discussed war novels and war images in the late Qing Dynasty.
The dissertation deals with a large number of translated novels, literary trends, scientific fantasies, gender transgressions, spiritual constructions, and bodily disciplines. I will continue to study translated fictions and cultural transgressions in the late Qing in the future.
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Modern Drama，Peking Opera，Shanghai Entertainment and Culture
I received Ph.D. in Chinese literature from National Tsing Hua University. My research focuses on modern drama. My dissertation discusses the development of Peking Opera in Beijing and Shanghai during the Anti-Japanese War. Now I am working on the performance activities of Peking Opera actors in the late Qing Dynasty.
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The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Department of Hebrew Language, Ph.D.
Aramaic dialectology, Hebrew language, Jewish languages, Classical Jewish literature, Medieval Jewish manuscripts
Hsin-Chih Perng received his M.A. in Jewish civilization and Ph.D. in Hebrew language from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His research focuses mainly on medieval Aramaic texts and manuscripts, analyzing the linguistic features of various dialects, and also deals with the interpretation of diverse Jewish texts as well as medieval Jewish history and culture in general.
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Ethics, legal and political philosophy, life education
Yi-Jung Chen received his PhD in philosophy from Nation Taiwan University. His research area lies in ethics. His doctoral dissertation examines several significant contemporary theories of reasons in order to address the question, “Why should I be moral?” Recently he is primarily working on the following topics: the sources of normativity of reasons, agency, and the philosophical thinking about meaning in life.
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Indiana University Bloomington語言學博士
Phonetics, phonology, psycholinguistics
My research focuses on examining the cognitive burden in bilingual code-switching through acoustic measurement, phonetic experiments, and corpus construction and analysis.
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Texas A&M University, USA, Anthropology
全球商品生產鏈與勞動研究、拉丁美洲區域研究、拉丁美洲的社會運動/Labor Study and global commodity chain, Latin America, especially Mexico, Social Movement in Latin America
I am a passionate and dedicated anthropological research fellow with multiple sites of fieldwork research experience. My interest region is Latin America, and most research is based in Mexico. Interesting in the labor theory in the modern world, but mainly focuses on the export-oriented factory. I mainly focus on how the forces such as transnational enterprise, state, local labor market, and workers' agencies shape the factory regime and labor control in maquiladoras.
Chieh-Fu Jeff Cheng
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歷史考古學、原住民考古學、舊社考古學/Historical archaeology, indigenous archaeology, archaeology of former Indigenous settlements
I am a historical archaeologist based in Taiwan. I had studied archaeology in National Tsing Hua University, Oxford University and Boston University. My researches focus on heritage sites in the mountain regions, including the Indigenous Bunun’s former settlements abandoned in the mid-1930 in the Lakulaku River Basin and the Japanese police outposts used between 1921-1944 in the Pattonguan Region.
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勞動過程研究、巴布亞紐幾內亞、華人跨國企業、性別研究/labor process studies, Papua New Guinea, Chinese multinational companies, gender studies
My dissertation examined the negotiations and compromises a Chinese multinational firm made in managing a nickel refinery in Papua New Guinea due to unfamiliar indigenous culture and Australian-influenced mining regulations.
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比較年金政策、工作家庭平衡政策、福利國家研究／Comparative Pension Policies, Work-Family Balance Policies , and Welfare State Research
You-Syue Liou received his PhD in Social Welfare from National Chung Cheng University in Chiayi, Taiwan. His primary research interests focus on comparative pension policies, work-family balance policies, and welfare state research. His dissertation seeks to analyze the politics of the pension reform during the Ma Ying-jeou and Tsai Ing-wen administrations in Taiwan.
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Macquarie University, Australia, Sociology
Southeast Asian Studies, Malay Muslim world, The “other”/ Oppressed groups, Malay and Indonesian language teaching
Wooi Han, Lee received his Ph.D in Sociology from Macquarie University. His dissertation explores the complex life stories of a group of rural migrant Muslim women from East Java who migrated to the city of Surabaya following Indonesia’s state-led modern development. More specifically, the dissertation delves into the stories of their entangled migration process, the motives behind their choice to enter the sex industry, the way they negotiate their stigmatized identity of “Muslim sex worker” and cope with issues of exploitation in sex work.
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Durham University, Department of Geography, Ph.D.
經濟地理、政治生態學、水資源研究、科技與社會、越南研究 economic geography, political ecology, water research, science and technology studies, and Vietnamese studies
I am an economic and environmental geographer. My research focuses on the construction and influences of novel economies in the changing environment. My doctoral research treats aquaculture as a kind of bioeconomy in which farmers and companies respond to climate change and help alleviate poverty in the Mekong Delta through the manipulation of other species and the environment.
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Yu-he Hsiao received Ph.D. in political science from National Taiwan University in November 2018. His thesis is on the conception of biopolitics in contemporary thought. His current research focuses on the theoretical reflections of collective political phenomenon, specifically the strategy of left populism in the writings of radical democracy and the discourses of revolution in contemporary thoughts. He is also starting a new book project on political theory of violence.
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協力治理、公民合產、公民參與/Collaborative Governance, Co-production, Citizen Participation
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My current research broadly centers on citizen experiences and interactions with government, including examining how the contextual factors influence citizens’ willingness and choice of approaches to coproduce with public organizations, and how Information Communication Technologies (ICT), human-centered design, and administrative burden shape citizens’ attitudes toward government social services.
Hung Tak Wai
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東亞政教關係、15世紀以來東亞商業與宗教活動、東亞小眾群體/Religion-State Relationship in East Asia, Commercial Activity and Religion in East Asia since 15th century, Ethnic minorities and Religion in East Asia
Hung Tak Wai is a Research Fellow of the Research Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences of National Taiwan University, specializing on history of globalization, religion, and politics in East Asia. He is a Hong Kong born historian and has a particular interest in minorities in historical and contemporary Asia. His research focused on the transformation of culture in East Asia since the early era of globalization, faith and identity of minorities in the region, including but not limited to Muslims and Christians and their interaction with the majority of the society. By the study of a variety of cases in Asia since 16th century, he wishes to propose a multi-origin history of religion and political tolerance. He has earned his PhD at the University of Hong Kong and affiliated with universities and research institutes in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Malaysia, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and the United Kingdom.
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École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris | EHESS · Centre de recherches sur les arts et le langage (CRAL), Ph.D.
Visual Culture Studies, Art History, Aesthetics
Min-Chi CHANG is a research fellow who specializes in art theory and aesthetics. Her research is primarily divided into three areas: photography aesthetics, visual culture and art history, and image studies in social movements. Her current focus is on studying images derived from social movements and exploring the reciprocal influence between specific philosophers and their ideas with art.