Welcome to EATS

The European Association of Taiwan Studies

The European Association of Taiwan Studies (EATS) is devoted to the promotion of Taiwan Studies and Research in Europe. The Association seeks to foster a community of interest among scholars and researchers based in European countries in order to facilitate academic interaction and scientific collaboration.

The aims and objectives of the Association are solely and exclusively educational. Its academic scope includes the arts, humanities, law, languages, cultural studies and social sciences. Wherever you are, if you are interested in Taiwan Studies, you are welcome to join EATS and become our members!

EATS appreciates the generous support of the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation.

EATS News

Since the beginning of 2013 the Association has begun publishing twice-yearly newsletters. The publication dates are 31 January and 31 July respectively. There are two formats of publications: online version and printed version. The online version of the newsletters is the primary edition. It is in PDF format and is archived by EATS Website.

Each of the online versions of EATS News can be downloaded from the newsletter section.

EATS Bulletin Board

The 19th ETAT conference is hosted by the University of Central Lancashire at its Cyprus campus on 6-8 April 2022. Please check here for details.

The International Journal of Taiwan Studies announced a Call for Papers entitled Indigenous Language Policies in Taiwan and Beyond. The deadline for submitting abstracts is 31 July 2022. Please click here for details.

We are delighted to announce the winners of the second round of 2021 EATS Workshop Grant and Research and Publication Grants.

It is our great pleasure to announce the winners of Taiwan Studies Research Article Award, a special initiative undertaken by EATS that was meant to support Taiwan Studies when physical meetings were restricted due to the pandemic. With the generous funding of Taiwan Foundation for Democracy, the competition took place between July and October 2021. It was organised by the International Journal of Taiwan Studies and the East Asian Journal of Popular Culture. The winners and their titles acam be found here. Many congratulations on all of the winners!

The International Journal of Taiwan Studies 5.1 is now published. Please click here for details.

Brill will publish all research and review articles by authors affiliated to a UK institution in Open Access, at no cost to the author. Please click here for details.

Taiwan Insight is an online magazine that seeks to facilitate discussion on Taiwan across different fields and subjects. It is housed in the School of Politics and International Relations at the University of Nottingham with an editorial team based in various locations around the world. If you are interested in writing a piece for Taiwan Insight, please contact Dr. Chun-yi Lee: chun-yi.lee@nottingham.ac.uk.