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2021-2022 Asia Pacific Center Fellowship Recipients

Taiwan Studies Graduate Fellowships

Spencer Chen, Anthropology
Project title: “Lucrative Plurality: Commodification of Language and Voice”

Renée Hagen, Anthropology
Project title: “Bargaining Over Gender Norms Among Han Taiwanese and Indigenous Ami”

Andrew Le, Sociology
Project title: “Mobility from Vietnam to Taiwan: The Privatization of Migration Control Brokerage and Migrant Resistance”

Ruey-Ying Liu, Sociology
Project title: “Constructing Childhood through Social Interaction: A Comparative Longitudinal Study of Adult-Child Interaction in the US and Taiwan”

Brooke Phan, Education
Project title: “Whose Concept of Glocalized Education?: Perceptions and Experiences of Experimental Education, Indigenous, and Global Citizenship Education Amongst Students at Laiyi Senior High School in Pingtung County, Taiwan”

Liting Wang, East Asian Studies
Project title: “From the Great Flowing River to Dumb Sea: A Study of Qi Bangyuan's Speech and Interviews in Lens of Corpus Linguistic and her Life Memory in Taiwan”

Taiwan in the World Chinese Language Fellowships

Joyce Nguy, Political Science PhD

Lucy Xu, Economics/Sociology

Taiwan Studies Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowship

Shubham Gupta, Public Affairs
Project title: “Elucidating the Accessibility of Sexual Assault Resources for Migrant Workers in Taiwan”

Joey Lu, Public Affairs, International Development Studies, Sociology
Project title: “Comparative Public and Social Housing in South Korea and Taiwan”

Hiroshi Wagatsuma Memorial Fellowships

Ariel Chan, Asian Languages and Cultures
Project title: “The Diaspora of Bilinguals: Code-switching in Three Groups of Cantonese-English Bilinguals”

Akihiro Nishi, Epidemiology
Faculty Grant, Project title: “Network Intervention and Vaccine Allocation Strategies in Japan's Setting”

Edward Painter, Geography
Project title: “Public Housing in Chongqing"

Joon Hye Park, Art History
Project title: “Korean Art from 1967 to 1975: Cultural Encounters at the Paris Biennale”

Xiaorong YuanEthnomusicology
Project title: “The Many Sounds of Diaspora: Music of the Chinese Communities in Thailand”

J. Yang Scholarship

Chih-hen Chang, Asian Languages & Cultures

Bowei Hu, Sociology

Jennifer Kuo
, Linguistics

Fang-Ru Lin
, Asian Languages and Cultures

Kun Xian Shen
, Asian Languages and Cultures

Jian Leat Siah, Linguistics

Chu-Hsien Wang
, Anderson School of Management

Yun-Pu Yang, Theater and Performance Studies

Michelle Yeh, World Arts and Cultures/Dance

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Published: Friday, May 7, 2021