Notice Board


The EATS Young Scholar Award (YSA) is open to applicants who are EATS members and are currently studying for a postgraduate degree at an European institution or are within three years of having submitted their PhD thesis but are not in a full-time lectureship. Applicants should present their papers at any regular (non-MA) panel. EATS board members are not eligible to apply.

Papers should be written in English; only single-authored papers will be accepted. Papers should preferably be unpublished; however, candidates may submit papers that are under review for publication in a scholarly journal at the time of the 2016 EATS conference. Each applicant may submit only one paper of around 7000 words (maximum 9000 words) including bibliography/reference and notes. The copy should include the author's full name, institution, and address.

The YSA review committee will nominate 3 finalists. During the conference, their papers and formal presentations will be further assessed. The winners of the YSA will be honoured with the award of a certificate and modest monetary prizes.

The deadline for submission of full papers is 29 February 2016. Please submit to the EATS website ( and send a copy to Please specify the subject as "your name + YSA 2016".

For further information about YSA, please check our website.


EATS members are eligible to apply for the 2016 EATS Library Research Grant (LRG). Recipients will be given the opportunity to travel to a library within Europe to conduct a short research stay by the end of December 2016. Grants will be allocated up to 500 euro maximum per person, depending on the number of received applications.

Please submit to EATS Board at (c.c. Dr Sasa Istenic at a short proposal that includes the following:

  1. Research outline (title and description of maximum 1 page of A4)

  2. Details of the selected library that has Taiwan related collection and relevance to your research (please state the location of the library and offer a brief introduction to the materials you intend to look at. For example, archival records, newspapers, digital materials, etc.). We particularly welcome applications for the libraries outside the London area.

  3. Duration of stay (up to 2 weeks)

  4. Budget (including travel and accommodation fees)

Please make sure that you have obtained the necessary forms and permissions to access the library. We are not responsible for this. However we will provide you with a letter of grant acceptance for you to use as proof. The grant is open to Master students, PhD candidates and junior researchers (who are within three years of having submitted their PhD thesis but are not in a full-time lectureship). The grant only covers travel within Europe. Successful applicants must use the grant by 31 December 2016.

The extended application deadline is 1 March 2016. Results will be announced during the 2016 EATS Conference. For further information, please consult our website.


Since October 2015, the Vienna Center for Taiwan Studies successfully hosted three speakers for its Vienna Taiwan Lecture series under the year's theme: "Perceiving Taiwan: Literature, Media and Film". Sebastian Liao (National Taiwan University), Ann Heylen (National Taiwan Normal University) and Chris Berry (King's College London, UK) delivered talks on cultural development in Taiwan from the perspectives of Japanese portrayed in Taiwanese cinema. These talks were accompanied by film screenings, including Kano (dir. Ma Chi-hsiang, 2014), Formosa Betrayed (dir. Adam Kane, 2009), Sayon's Bell (dir. Hiroshi Shimizu, 1943), City of Sadness (dir. Hou Hsiao-Hsien, 1989) and A Borrowed Life (dir. Wu Nien-chen, 1995). A book addressing this fascinating cultural history, based on contributions to the 2015 Vienna Taiwan Lecture series, is currently in preparation. Information and call for papers can be accessed.

In the coming term (March–June 2016), the "Perceiving Taiwan" topic will focus on Taiwanese literature. All presentations are open to the public and will be videotaped for wider distribution:

  • 13 April 2016, Bruce Jacobs (Monash University), "Taiwan is not China: Aborigines, colonial rulers and democratisation in the history of the beautiful island"

  • 11 May 2016, Carsten Storm (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg), "Mapping imaginary spaces in Li Yongping‘s Jiling Chronicles"

  • 8 June 2016, Denisa Hilbertova (Masaryk University), "Taiwan in Czechoslovak communist propaganda caricatures, 1948-1989"

  • 15 June 2016, Li Shu-chun (Kaohsiung Medical University), "Taiwan literature and Taiwan New Cinema"

  • 18 June 2016, Li Shu-chun (Kaohsiung Medical University), "Autobiographies by Dang-wai movement women"

For additional information or to register, please contact


Editors: Jens Damm and Astrid Lipinsky

Contributions will be part of an edited volume based on the conference of the same title at the University of Vienna, 22–24 October 2015. Please refer to the presentation topics in the conference programme draft before you submit to prevent duplication.

The book will be published as Volume 3 in the Vienna Taiwan Studies Series. The Series is an annual journal as well as a book series. The manuscripts are peer-reviewed. Intersectionality, introduced by Kimberlé Crenshaw in 1989, is a framework that should be applied to all social justice work. It is a frame recognizing the multiple aspects of identity that enrich our lives and experiences and that compound and complicate oppressions and marginalizations. The intersectional perspective underlines the fact that most oppression is multiple. Intersectional gender analysis needs to include issues of race, class, ethnicity, or age, among others. The volume applies intersectionality to gender issues in Austria (Europe) and Taiwan (Asia, Confucian culture, post-colonial society). A cross-cultural comparative approach is encouraged. Potential topics can include (not inclusive):

  • intersectionality in literature and film

  • ethnicities in an intersectional perspective

  • applying intersectionality to historical gender issues

  • gender violence

  • intersectionality in law

  • gender, labor and nationality issues

  • migration and marriage migration(s)


  1. Please submit all files in word.doc or .docx format and have them proofread by a native speaker. We do not provide language correction.

  2. Please apply the format guidelines presented in a separate file.


As soon as possible: announcement of your contribution (title + short abstract) to

30 April 2016: electronic submission of full paper (7000–10000 words) to


Editors: Astrid Lipinsky (University of Vienna) & Yu-Wen Fu (National Kaohsiung University)

The volume will include contributions by Sebastian Liao, National Taiwan University and Ann Heylen, National Taiwan Normal University. Consultant: Chris Berry, King‘s College London, UK

The portrayal of Japanese people in Chinese and Taiwanese films differs widely. Whereas in Chinese films, Japanese are shown as military aggressors, they play a much more positive role in Taiwanese films. While the Japanese are part of China‘s World War II history, they are fondly remembered as colonial masters in Taiwan, and are also part of Taiwanese daily life today. The characters of Japanese in Taiwanese films are related to issues of national identity as well as to cross-straits debates. Films can be used to address questions of ethnicity, rural-urban divides, or differences between generations. The use of language – Japanese, Chinese, but also Taiwanese and diverse aboriginal languages – is also a prominent characteristic of Taiwanese film.

The editors welcome more general papers as well as ones focused on one director or even a single film. "Film" is broadly understood and includes TV dramas. Methodologies of cultural studies should be applied.

Length of paper: 9,000 – 15,000 words

Language: English

Papers must be reviewed by a native speaker BEFORE submission

Format: Please adhere to the guidelines here

Deadlines and Timetable:

  • 30 April 2016: submission of 300 words abstract with title and author‘s affiliation to

  • 15 May 2016: notification of acceptance

  • 30 October 2016: submission of full text as word-document (.doc) to

  • 30 December 2016: peer review results

  • 2017: publication


University of Toronto in Toronto, Canada 10-11 June 2016

The 22nd NATSA Conference will take place in June 2016 in Canada. The theme of the conference is "Taiwan Studies in Trans* Perspectives: Transdisciplinary, Transnational, and Transcultural". NATSA welcomes scholars interested in studying Taiwan from all disciplines and explores how Taiwan—as a case, a theory, or even a method—can further transform current knowledge constructs toward an inclusive global vision.

The conference theme opens up new approaches to encourage scholars of Taiwan Studies to boldly transgress disciplinary boundaries and cull perspectives from various intellectual communities. Of all the relevant trans* themes in this conference, participants are encouraged, but not limited, to set transdisciplinarity, transnationality, and transculturalism as a point of reference. Transdiciplinarityis not only a series of cross-disciplinary activities but also a transformation among contexts and the transcendence of multiple disciplines to create innovative context-based theories. Taiwan Studies from a transdisciplinary perspective offers a lens for researchers to examine, discuss, and understand issues in multiple contexts. Transnationality both emphasizes and questions the existence of universal values or a one-size-fits-all nation-state theory. It not only digs out the diversity derived from the uniqueness of local contexts, but also tries to clarify the imbalanced power structure among the units. Transculturalism, a theoretical concept that seeks to break the boundaries between different communal, cultural, societal, and national sectors. Additionally, a new framework is established in which participants are understood not as members exclusively belonging to particular groups but as constantly crossing categorical boundaries in a search for self-identity.

Moreover, as the very first NATSA annual conference to be held in Canada, the organisers also welcome studies juxtaposing the similarities and differences between Taiwan and Canada on, but not limited to, aboriginal issues, independence movements, language and education, colonialism and post-colonialism, comparative elections, immigration, women and gender policy, LGBT+ protective legislation, and flirtations with neo-imperialism. Distanced from the world of uni- or bipolarity, the 2016 NATSA conference aims to record and catalyze the continuing and discontinuing trans* of Taiwan and Taiwan studies.

Please check NATSA website and Facebook fan-page frequently for updated information. Alternatively please contact Austin Wang, NATSA2016 Program Director ( and/or Eric Cheng, NATSA Secretary (


26 June-3 July 2016

The European Research Center on Contemporary Taiwan (ERCCT) at Eberhard Karls University Tübingen will hold a workshop for emerging young scholars from 26 June to 3 July 2016. This year‘s workshop will place a particular emphasis on the subject: "The Presidential Elections of 2016 and the Presidency of Ma Ying-jeou in Retrospect". However, papers on other topics related to Taiwan and cross-Strait relations are also welcome.

PhD students (3rd year and above) and postdocs of the social sciences working on academic projects related to Taiwan or China are invited to submit their application. The workshop will provide young scholars with the opportunity to:

  • present their research to an international audience

  • engage in scholarly exchange on topics related to theory and methodology

  • fine-tune the theoretical framework of their respective research projects

  • get to know Tübingen and its University

  • take part in our Taiwan Documentary Film Festival (26-27 June 2016)

Ten to twelve young scholars (five-six each from Europe and Taiwan) will be invited to attend. Travel expenses and accommodation will be fully covered by the ERCCT. After the conclusion of the workshop, participants will be asked to provide a short paper, which will be published online in our ERCCT Online Paper Series. Interested students are invited to send their CV and an outline of their research project (5-6 pages) by 30 March, 2016 to: Stefan Braig, M.A. ERCCT Managing Director (


The European Research Center on Contemporary Taiwan – A CCKF Foundation Overseas Center(CCKF-ERCCT) at Tübingen University will award a Research Fellowship from October2016 for a talented and highly qualified postgraduate (doctoral candidate or postdoc) from Europe, or Taiwanese postdoc based in Europe, who specialises in the fields of Taiwanese politics, society, law, economics, or cross-strait relations.

The CCKF-ERCCT at Tübingen University was founded in 2008 and has become a CCKF Overseas Center in 2014. Its major objective is to promote and facilitate postgraduate social science research on contemporary Taiwan and scholarly cooperation between Europe and Taiwan (for more information on the ERCCT see

The Research Fellowship is granted by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of China (Taiwan) and will initially run for two years and – for Ph.D. students – can be extended by another year after a successful evaluation of the grantee's research progress by the ERCCT‘s Fellowship Committee. For postdoctoral fellows only a two years‘ grant is possible.

Applicants must be European doctoral students or European postdocs based at European or Taiwanese universities or Taiwanese postdocs based in Europe, and should apply with a project that is at an early stage. Applicants whose research is in a more advanced state, i.e. who have been working on their project for more than one year, are not eligible to apply.

The successful grantee automatically becomes a CCKF-ERCCT Research Fellow. She or he is required to stay at the CCKF-ERCCT for at least one year to take part in its programme and activities and to spend a substantial time in Taiwan for fieldwork where she or he will be hosted by one of the CCKF-ERCCT partner institutions. German language skills are not mandatory.

The fellowship comprises a monthly grant of 1000 Euro and expenses for a round trip air ticket to Taiwan (up to 1,200 Euro).

If you are interested, please submit a cover letter, CV and copies of your academic degrees in addition to a research proposal of no more than 10 pages which describes your project and highlights its academic relevance. A bibliography containing recent publications most relevant to your specific research field (not more than 50 titles) should be added to the proposal.

The CCKF-ERCCT Fellowship 2016is granted starting October, 2016, the position can be taken up until mid-November. Application deadline is May 31st, 2016. After a revision of each application by members of the CCKF-ERCCT Advisory Board and a final decision by the CCKF-ERCCT fellowship committee, applicants will be informed about the results no later than the end of July.

All applications should be directed by e-mail, to: Mr. Stefan Braig, CCKF-ERCCT Managing Director , Keplerstrasse 2, 72074 Tübingen, Germany,


Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta, February-July 2016

Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta, Indonesia has received a lecture series grant from Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation. The topic of the lecture series is "Cross-Strait Relations Interactions: Indonesia-Taiwan", and it will commence in February 2016 until July 2016. If any of EATS members are in Indonesia or Southeast Asia region during the aforementioned period, they are very welcome to join and participate in the lecture series. For further information, please contact Rangga Aditya Elias, Lecturer, Department of International Relations, Bina Nusantara University (


The Oriental Institute (OI) is one of the two leading research institutes in Oriental Studies within the Czech Republic. Recently the OI opened a Research Center at the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica. The Center will provide office space and institutional support to researchers working on a variety of topics related to East and Southeast Asia who wish to conduct research in Taipei. For further information, please contact the Director of the Research Center, Dr Táňa Dluhošová (


  • Julie Yu-wen Chen has recently been appointed Professor of China Studies at the Department of World Cultures at the University of Helsinki (Finland) and Hosting Professor at the Department of Asian Studies at Palacky University (Czech Republic). She is Editor-in-Chief of Asian Ethnicity (Routledge) and Assistant Editor of the Journal of Chinese Political Science Chinese Political Science (Springer). She formerly held academic positions at Nazarbayev University (Kazakhstan), University College Cork (Ireland) and Academia Sinica (Taiwan).

  • Rangga Aditya Elias will join ERCCT at University of Tübingen as Visiting Scholar from 13 January to 14 February 2016. He will deliver a guest lecture on Indonesia-Taiwan relations during his visit.

  • Saša Istenič has been promoted to Deputy Head of the Department of Asian Studies at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana since autumn 2015. She continues to serve as Director of the Taiwan Study Center, which has recently been granted an office space adjacent to the Department of Asian Studies. The Center successfully secured two annual projects with the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Vienna and Taiwan Foundation for Democracy in Taipei, which has enabled further progression of teaching Taiwan-related courses and organisation of Taiwanese cultural events and other activities.

  • Lara Momesso has been awarded a fellowship by the Confucius Institute (under the programme: Confucius China Studies Program - Understanding China Fellow) to conduct fieldwork in China from January 2016. She has also received a research grant from the Universities China Committee in London to enable her attendance of 2016 EATS Conference in Prague.


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  • Alsford, Niki J.P. (2015), "A Barbarian’s house by the River Tamsui: One house and the history of its many occupants", Journal of Family History, 40:2(April): 153-171.

  • Arnaud, Véronique (2015), Philippine Epics and Ballads Archive, REVEL Nicole ed., TAO (Lanyu, Taiwan), Rizal Library, Ateneo de Manila University, N°16, Map of Tao - Epics 16.1 : "Our ancestor Of-the-Path Lineage Story" (Tao voice presentation and vernacular language transcription, English and French versions, 30p. each) – Articles : 01 "General introduction to the Tao" (English and French versions) – 02 "Sian-Parokso‘s presentation of the Mythical History of his Lineage", English and French versions, 30p. each – 03 "Les chants responsoriaux" (French version, 88p.), Photos and Videos.

  • Corcuff, Stéphane (2015), Une tablette aux ancêtres. Paris: L'Harmattan, March

  • Fell, Dafydd (2015), "KMT's Presidential Nomination: Significance and Historical Comparisons", China Policy Institute Blog (University of Nottingham), 23 July

  • Grano, Simona Alba (2015), "The Green Party/Social Democratic Party alliance electoral chances for the upcoming elections", China Policy Institute Blog, 23 December

  • Grano, Simona Alba (2015), "Environmental issues facing Taiwan", Center for East Asia Policy Studies, Brookings Institution

  • Grano, Simona Alba (2015), Environmental Governance in Taiwan: A New Generation of Activists and Stakeholders. London and New York: Routledge

  • Hickey, Dennis V. (2015), "Parallel progress: US-Taiwan relations during an era of cross-Strait rapprochement", The Journal of Chinese Political Science 20(4): 369-384.

  • Hickey, Dennis V. (2015), "A legacy of legislative leadership: The Taiwan Relations Act after 35 years", The American Journal of Chinese Studies 22(September): 253-270

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  • Hu, Shaohua (2016), "A framework for analysis of national interest: United States policy toward Taiwan", Contemporary Security Policy 37:1 (April)

  • Hu, Shaohua (2015), ―Small state foreign policy: The diplomatic recognition of Taiwan‖, China: An International Journal 13:2 (August)

  • Istenič, Saša (2015), "Poročanje o sporugledeotočjaDiaoyu/Diaoyutai/Senkaku v izbranihslovenskihmedijih" (Media coverage of the Diaoyu/Diaoyutai/Senkaku Islands dispute in selected Slovene media), Asian studies vol. 3(19), issue 1, pp. 263-280

  • Jacobs, Bruce (2016), "Taiwan was never part of China", Taipei Times, 6 January

  • Jacobs, Bruce (2016), "Leaders misunderstand global ties", Taipei Times, 8 January

  • Jacobs, Bruce (2016), "What a difference four years makes", Taipei Times, 18 January

  • Jacobs, Bruce (2016), "Taiwan signals its readiness to join the world‘s democratic powers", The Age, 22 January

  • (forthcoming), The Kaohsiung Incident in Taiwan and Memoirs of a Foreign Big Beard, Leiden: Brill.

  • Karalekas, Dean with Gregory Coutaz (2015), "A Problem of Tomorrow: Leadership in the Field of Emergency Management in Taiwan", in Evan Berman, M. ShamsulHaque (eds), Asian Leadership in Policy and Governance (Public Policy and Governance, Volume 24), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.399–419.

  • Leung, Wing-fai (2015), "The strengths of close ties: Taiwanese online entrepreneurship, gender and intersectionality", Information, Communication and Society

  • (2015), "Review of Comrades, Almost a Love Story and Lust, Caution", in Gary Bettinson (ed.), Directory of World Cinema: China 2, London: Intellect.

  • Lin, Pei-yin (2015), "Language, Culture, and Identity: Romanization in Taiwan and its Implications", NTU Journal of East Asian Studies 12: 2 (December).

  • Lin, Pei-yin (2015), "Multi-Hometown Writing of Sinophone Literature: 'China', Taipei and Borneo in the Works of Li Yongping", Wenyizhengming (December).

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  • Lu, Wei-lun (2015), "A Cognitive Linguistic approach to teaching spatial particles", in Kyoko Masudaand Carlee Arnett (eds), Contrastive Constructional Analyses to Material Design. Cognitive Linguistics and Sociocultural Theory, Berlin: de Gruyter, pp.51-72.

  • Lu, Wei-lun (2015), "Use of translation corpora as a new method in Chinese language research and its pedagogical implications: The case of viewpoint in narratives", Post-conference Conpendium of the 8th Annual Czech and Slovak Sinological Conference (26 NOV), Palacky University

  • Ma, Sheng-mei (2015), The Last Isle: Contemporary Film, Culture and Trauma in Global Taiwan. London: Rowman & Littlefield International.

  • Masláková, Magdaléna (2015), "Interakciamedziľudovýmiaučenýmipredstavami v exemplach o spovedi v Rozprávaní o zázrakochCaesaria z Heisterbachu" (Interaction between popular and elite religious beliefs in the exempla about confession in the Dialogue on Miracles by Ceasarius of Heisterbach), Sacra, Masarykovauniverzita 12(1-2): 22-37

  • Momesso, Lara (2015), "Agents from the inside: Marriage migrants‘ lived experiences in Taiwan", in Ehlers, H., Kalisch, C., Linke, G., Milewski, N., Rudlof, B., Trappe, H. (eds.), Migration – Geschlecht – Lebenswege. Münster: LIT Verlag, pp.51-76

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  • Nobayashi, Atsushi (2015), "The significance of museum materials in the Name Correction movement of the Pingpu peoples of Taiwan", in K. Hirai (ed.), Social Movement and the Production of Knowledge, Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology, Japan.

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  • Rawnsley, Ming-yeh T. (2015), 'Ang Lee', in Gary Bettinson (ed.), Directory of World Cinema: China 2. London: Intellect, pp.87–91

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  • Rigger, Shelley (2015), "Taiwanese Business in Mainland China: From Domination to Marginalization?", in Paul Irwin Crookes and Jan Knoerich, (eds), Cross-Strait Relations in an Era of Technological Change, London & New York: Palgrave

  • Schubert, Gunter (ed.) (2016), Taiwan and the "China Impact": Challenges and Opportunities, London & New York: Routledge.

  • Simon, Scott (2015), "Making Natives: Japan and the Creation of Indigenous Formosa", in A. Morris (ed.), Japanese Taiwan: Colonial Rule and its Legacy, London: Bloomsbury Press, pp. 75-92

  • Simon, Scott with Awi Mona (2015), ―Indigenous Rights and Wildlife Conservation: The Vernacularization of International Law on Taiwan‖, Taiwan Human Rights Journal 3(1): 3-30

  • Simon, Scott (2015), "Emissaires des ancêtres: Les oiseaux dans la vie et dans la cosmologie des Truku de Taiwan", Anthropologie & Sociétés 39(1) : 179-199

  • Simon, Scott (2015), "Real People, Real Dogs and Some Pigs: Multispecies Ethnography in Indigenous Taiwan", American Anthropologist 117(4): 709-983

  • Simon, Scotteds with Amy Pei-jung Lee (2015), International Education and Indigenous Peoples: Canadian Students in Taiwan, Vol. 1 and 2. Hualien: National Dong Hwa University College of Indigenous Studies

  • Soldani, Jérôme (2015), "Le cimetière des "Éléphants noirs" : Une étude anthropologique des matchs truqués relatifs aux paris dans le baseball taïwanais" (The "Black Elephants" Graveyard: An Anthropological Study of Betting-Related Match Fixing in Taiwanese Baseball), Anthropologie et Sociétés, n°39-3

  • Soldani, Jérôme (2015), "Retour au jeu ?Réappropriations du volley-ball par les Bunun de Taïwan" (Back to the Game? Reappropriations of Volley-ball by the Taiwan Bunun), Revue du MAUSS, n°46

  • Tsai, Shih-shan Henry (2015), The Peasant Movement and Land Reform in Taiwan, 1924-1951 Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.

  • Yau, Hon-Min (2015), "Handle With Care: The Pandora‘s Box of Cyber Attacks", Thinking Taiwan, September.