Taiwan Studies

EATS Database for Taiwan Studies Publications

Publications as a Result of EATS Annual Conferences and/or with EATS Input

2004-2016 publications

  1. Adelaar, Alexander (2007). Siraya, Taiwan‘s oldest written language. In: C. Storm and M. Harrison (eds.) The Margins of Becoming. Identity and Culture in Taiwan. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 19–34.

  2. Alsford, Niki J.P. (2017). Transitions to Modernity in Taiwan: The Spirit of 1895 and the Cession of Formosa to Japan. London: Routledge.

  3. Ash, Robert et al (2006). The economic legacy of the KMT and its implications for economic policy formulation by the DPP. In: In: Dafydd Fell, Bi-yuChang and Henning Klöter(eds.) What has Changed? Taiwan Before and After the Change in Ruling Parties. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 83–106.

  4. Berry, Chris (forthcoming). Imagine There’s No China: Wei Te-Sheng and Taiwan’s ‘Japan Complex.’ In: Chiu, Kuei-fen; Rawnsley, Ming-yeh and Rawnsley, Gary (eds.) Taiwan Cinema: International Reception and Social Change. London: Routledge.

  5. Britwistle, Andy (2012). White noise: The representation of modernity in the films of Bai Jing-rui. In: Bi-yu Chang and Henning Klöter (eds.) Imaging and Imagining Taiwan: Identity representation and cultural politics. Wiesbaden:Harrassowitz, 51–68.

  6. Caldwell, Ernest (2017). Chinese Constitutionalism: Five-Power Constitution. In: Grote, Rainer and Lachenmann, Frauke and Wolfrum, Rüdiger, (eds.) Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  7. Caldwell, Ernest (2017). Widening the Constitutional Gap in China and Taiwan: History, Reform, and the Control Yuan. University of Illinois Law Review, 2017 (2): 739-766.

  8. Calvo, Alex (2014). Anti-ship missiles in the defence of Taiwan: Limited war or people‘s war? China Policy Institute Blog, University of Nottingham, 19 August.

  9. Calvo, Alex (2014). Transition to professional military hits snags. Strategic Vision. Volume 3 Issue 13.

  10. Chang, Bi-yu (2012). Imaging national landscape: Yushan, modern myth and identity. In: Bi-yu Chang and Henning Klöter (eds.) Imaging and Imagining Taiwan: Identity representation and cultural politics. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 149–169.

  11. Chang, Bi-yu (2007). Disclaiming and renegotiating national memory: Taiwanese xiqu and identity. In: C. Storm and M. Harrison (eds.) The Margins of Becoming. Identity and Culture in Taiwan. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 51–68.

  12. Chang, Bi-yu (2006). Constructing the motherland: Culture and the state in Taiwan. In:Dafydd Fell, Bi-yu Chang and Henning Klöter (eds.) What has Changed? Taiwan Before and After the Change in Ruling Parties. Wiesbaden Harrassowitz, 187–206.

  13. Chang, Bi-yu (2004). From Taiwanisation to de-Sinification: Culture construction in Taiwan since the 1990s. China Perspectives 56(November–December): 34–44.

  14. Chang, Yvonne Sung-sheng (2016). Building a modern institution of literature: The case of Taiwan. In:Yingjin Zhang (ed.) A Companion to Modern Chinese Literature. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 116–133.

  15. Chang, Yvonne Sung-sheng (2014). Literary Taiwan in East Asian context. In: S.S.Y. Chang, Michelle Yeh and, Ming-ju Fan (eds.) Introduction to The Columbia Sourcebook of Literary Taiwan. New York: Columbia University Press, 1–36.

  16. Chen, Elsa Hsiang-chun (2007). Reading Taiwan and the issue of difference in a global/local frame: Epitaph by Wu Mali in "Sadness Transformed: 2/28 Commemorative Art Exhibition in Taiwan" in 1997. In: C. Storm and M. Harrison (eds.) The Margins of Becoming. Identity and Culture in Taiwan. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 185–198.

  17. Chen, Yu-Wen; Lay, Jinn-Guey; Yap, Ko-Hua (2010). Geographic reality versus imagination in Taiwan‘s historical maps. The Cartographic Journal 47(2): 180–189.

  18. Cheng, Isabelle (2016). Which team do you support? Situating the in-between identity of immigrant women in Taiwan. Chinese History and Society/Berliner China-Hefte47.

  19. Cheng, Isabelle (2013). Home-going or home-making? The citizenship legislation and Chinese identity of Indonesian Chinese women in Taiwan. In:Kuei-fen Chiu, Ping Lin andDafydd Fell (eds.) Migration to and from Taiwan. London: Routledge, 135–158.

  20. Cheng, Isabelle (2013). Making foreign women the mother of our nation: The exclusion and assimilation of immigrant women in Taiwan. Asian Ethnicity 14(2): 157–179.

  21. Cheng, Isabelle and Fell, Dafydd (2014). The change of ruling parties and Taiwan's claim to multiculturalism before and after 2008. The Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 43(3): 71–103.

  22. Chiang, Min-chin (2010). The hallway of memory—A case study on the diversified interpretation of cultural heritage in Taiwan. In: Ann Heylen and Scott Sommers (eds.) Becoming Taiwan: From Colonialism to Democracy. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 117–134.

  23. Chiu, Ann (2012). Fuzhou Chinese speech group and associations: Online debates over the landmarks of Manhattan Chinatown after 9/11. Journal of Chinese Overseas 8: 232–264.

  24. Chiu, Kuei-fen; Rawnsley, Ming-yeh and Rawnsley, Gary, (eds.) (2017). Taiwan Cinema: International Reception and Social Change. London: Routledge. The idea for the book came before the 2015 EATS Conference. Interestingly several presentations at the EATS Conference in Krakow echoed the book really well. The keynote speech delivered by Professor Chris Berry is included in the volume as a chapter. The keynote speech delivered by Professor Gary Rawnsley also informed the concept of Taiwan's soft power through the international reception of its cinema. The fruitful discussions during the conference helped further enhance both the depth and breadth of this book.

  25. Chu, Feng-yi(2016). Benevolent self vs. malignant other: The east-west antagonistic narrative of Taiwanese people‘s Chinese identity. Chinese History and Society/Berliner China-Hefte47.

  26. Corcuff, Stéphane (2008). Taiwan's mainlanders under Chen Shui-bian: A shift from the political to the cultural?In: G. Schubert and J. Damm (eds.) Taiwanese Identity in the 21st Century: Domestic, Regional and Global Perspectives. London, Routledge, 113–129.

  27. Corcuff, Stéphane (2007). The supporters of unification and the Taiwanizationmovement: Psychology and politics in the blue camp's 2004 presidential election campaign. In: C. Storm and M. Harrison (eds.) The Margins of Becoming. Identity and Culture in Taiwan. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 199–220.

  28. Damm, Jens (2016). The contemporary political and public discourse on the Xinhai Revolution in Taiwan. Chinese History and Society/Berliner China-Hefte47.

  29. Damm, Jens and Cheng, Isabelle (eds.) (2016). Special issue of Chinese History and Society/Berliner China-Hefte47 on "Taiwan: Self vs. Other". This issue of Chinese History and Society/Berliner China-Hefte themed 'Taiwan: Self vs. Other' brings together outstanding contributions from the 11th annual EATS conference which was held at the University of Portsmouth, UK, in 2014.

  30. Dluhošová, Táňa (2011). Taiwan funü in the early post -war period (1945–1949) literary field. Archívorientální/Oriental Archive 79(3): 357–377.

  31. Dluhošová, Táňa (2010). Early postwar debates on Taiwan and Taiwanese literature. In:Heylen Ann and Sommers Scott (eds.) Becoming Taiwan: From Colonialism to Democracy. Wiesbaden: Harassowitz, 181– 197.

  32. Dluhošová, Táňa and Heylen, Ann (eds.)(December 2013). Oriental Archive, vol.81, issue 3. EATS has been in cooperation with ArchívOrientální/Oriental Archive, a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal published by the Czech Academy of Sciences. Oriental Archive is continuously in print since 1929 and provides an important forum for scholars from the EU and other European countries. The 2013 special issue on Taiwan is about "Popular Culture and Literature in Taiwan" and represents a collective effort of many EATS members and EATS conference participants.

  33. Esteban, Mario (2013). ¿China o Taiwán?: Las paradojas de Costa Rica y Nicaragua (2006–2008). Revista de CienciaPolítica 33: 513–532.

  34. Esteban, Mario (2007). Democratization of the people's Republic of China and military conflict in the Taiwan Strait. The Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 36: 5–31.

  35. Esteban, Mario (2007). The diplomatic battle between Beijing and Taipei in Latin America and the Caribbean. Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs 25: 65–88.

  36. Fan, Ming-ju (2007). The sense of place in Hwang Chun-ming‘sfiction. In: C. Storm and M. Harrison (eds.)The Margins of Becoming. Identity and Culture in Taiwan. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 117–124.

  37. Fell, Dafydd (2014). Should I stay or should I go? Patterns of party switching in multiparty Taiwan. Journal of East Asian Studies 14(1): 31–52.

  38. Fell, Dafydd (2011). Polarization of party competition in the DPP era. In: R. Ash and P. Prime (eds.) Taiwan’s Democracy and Future: Economic and Political Challenges. London: Routledge.

  39. Fell, Dafydd (2006). Change and continuity in Taiwanese party politics since 2000. In: Dafydd Fell, Bi-yuChang and Henning Klöter(eds.) What has Changed? Taiwan Before and After the Change in Ruling Parties. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 21–40.

  40. Fell, Dafydd (2005). Success and failure of new parties in Taiwanese elections. China: An International Journal 3(2): 212–239.

  41. Fell, Dafydd (2004). Inter-party competition in Taiwan since the 1990s. China Perspectives 56.

  42. Fell, Dafydd and Chang, Biyu (eds) (2004). China Perspectives No.56 (November–December). This special issue on the theme "Taiwan: New Governments, Old Themes, or the Persistence of Continuity", is a partial result of the launching EATS conference in 2004.

  43. Fell, Dafydd; Chang, Bi-yu; and Klöter, Henning (eds.)(2006). What has Changed? Taiwan Before and After the Change in Ruling Parties. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz (StudiaFormosiana series). This edited volume is a collective effort of three founding members of EATS and a collective achievement of many EATS conference participants.

  44. Fell, Dafydd and Chen, Charles (2014). Lessons of defeat and success: Taiwan's 2012 elections in comparative perspective. The Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 43(3): 13–43.

  45. Fell, Dafydd; Sullivan, Jonathan and Sapir, Eliyahu (2013). Party candidate selection before and after the change of ruling parties: A study of the 2005 and 2009 local executive elections in Taiwan. Taiwan Journal of Democracy 9(2): 55–77.

  46. Göbel,Christian (2004). Beheading the hydra: Combating political corruption and organised crime. China Perspectives 56.

  47. Grano, Simona A. (2014). Change and continuities: Taiwan‘s post-2008 environmental policies. The Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 43(3): 129–159.

  48. Harrison, Mark (2007). Where is Taiwanese identity? In: C. Storm and M. Harrison (eds.) The Margins of Becoming. Identity and Culture in Taiwan. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 241–254.

  49. Heylen, Ann (2013). Reading history and political illustration in Taiwan popular culture. Oriental Archive 81(3): 411–435.

  50. Heylen, Ann (2012). Taiwan's historical relations with Europe: Perspectives on the past and the present. In: J. Damm and P. Lim (eds.) European Perspectives on Taiwan. Ostasien: VS Verlag, 25–43.

  51. Heylen, Ann (2007). Loading the matrix: Taiwanese in historical perspective. In: C. Storm and M. Harrison (eds.) The Margins of Becoming. Identity and Culture in Taiwan. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 39–54.

  52. Heylen, Ann (2016). Taiwan in Late Ming and Qing China. In: Gunter Schubert (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Taiwan. London, New York: Routledge, 7-21.

  53. Heylen, Ann and Dluhošová, Táňa (2013). Introduction to the special issue on ―Taiwan Studies: Popular Culture and Literature‖,Oriental Archive 81(3): 385–389.

  54. Heylen, Ann and Sommers, Scott (eds.)(2010). Becoming Taiwan: From Colonialism to Democracy. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz (StudiaFormosiana series). This edited volume represents a collective achievement of many EATS conference participants.

  55. Hickey, Dennis (2014). Taiwan and the rising tensions in the East China Sea: A mouse that roared. Asian Survey 54(3): 492–514.

  56. Homola, Stephanie (2013). Pursue good fortune and avoid calamity: The practice and status of divination in contemporary Taiwan. Journal of Chinese Religions 41(2): 124–147.

  57. Hsu, Minna (2010). Forming a basis of recognition: The construction of a Taiwanese Hakka identity through government policy since 2000. Taiwan International Studies Quarterly 6(2): 165–193.

  58. Huang, Wenchuan (2011). Street-naming and the subjectivity of Taiwan: A case study of Taipei City. Asian and African Studies 15(2): 47–58.

  59. Istenič, Saša(ed.)(2011).Asian and African Studies - Special Edition on Taiwan 15(2).The selected papers published in this special edition were originally presented at EATS Conference 2011, which for the first time brought to Ljubljana over 70 participants from different countries to debate over issues that specifically concern Taiwan.

  60. Istenič, Saša (2011). Opportunities, obstacles and challenges for China and Taiwan in adopting CBMs in the military/security domain. The Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs 27: 1–41.

  61. Johansson, Perry (2007). Psychoanalysis, film and the 'other' of Taiwanese nationalism. In: C. Storm and M. Harrison (eds.) The Margins of Becoming. Identity and Culture in Taiwan. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 141–152.

  62. Kaemmer, Christine (2007). Continuity and change of values: An analysis of literary textbooks of Taiwanese junior high schools. In: C. Storm and M. Harrison (eds.) The Margins of Becoming. Identity and Culture in Taiwan. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 69–82.

  63. Kleeman, Faye Yuan (2013). Body, identity, and social order: Japanese crime fiction in colonial Taiwan. Oriental Archive 81(3): 581–601.

  64. Klöter, Henning (2006). Mandarin remains more equal: Changes and continuities in Taiwan's language policy. In: Dafydd Fell, Bi-yuChang and Henning Klöter(eds.) What has Changed? Taiwan Before and After the Change in Ruling Parties. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 207–224.

  65. Klöter, Henning (2004). Language policy in the KMT and DPP eras. China Perspectives 56.

  66. Laliberté, André (2014). Legal Pluralism and the Universality of Freedom of Conscience: A Comparative Historical Sociology of the Secular State in the Euro-American and Sinitic World. In: 台灣人勸學刊 (Taiwan Human Rights Journal) 2(4): 25-51.

  67. Laliberté, André (2016). Religion and Politics in Taiwan. In: Gunther Schubert (ed.) Handbook of Modern Taiwan, 326-341. New York, London: Routledge.

  68. Lams, Lutgard (2006). Shifting roles of GIO in Taiwanese international propaganda affairs and domestic media control. In: Dafydd Fell, Bi-yuChang and Henning Klöter(eds.) What has Changed? Taiwan Before and After the Change in Ruling Parties. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 243–264.

  69. Lan, Mike (2010). L‘Étranger across the Taiwan Strait: History of the civil war Taiwanese Kuomintang soldiers. In: Ann Heylen and Scott Sommers (eds.) Becoming Taiwan: From Colonialism to Democracy. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 135–148.

  70. Laureillard, Marie (2016). The Taiwanese Artist Mei Dean-E and the Concept of Chineseness. In: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art 3(1&2): 91-109.

  71. Lee, Chao-ying (2011). Taiwan's appearance in the 18th century travelogue: Taking the text of histoire générale des voyages. Asian and African Studies 15(2): 1–20.

  72. Lee, Chun-Yi (2014). Learning a lesson from Taiwan? A comparison of changes and continuity of labour policies in Taiwan and China. The Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 43(3): 45–70.

  73. Lee, Pei-Ling (2013). All about 1895: An ideological analysis of TV serials from the two sides of the Taiwan Strait. Oriental Archive 81(3): 495–514.

  74. Lee, Wei-i (2007). The construction of community imaginaries in Taiwan‘s museums and archives committees (1945–1978). In: C. Storm and M. Harrison (eds.) The Margins of Becoming. Identity and Culture in Taiwan. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 173–184.

  75. Leou, Chia-feng (2006). Financial reform under the KMT and the DPP (1996–2004): Has the DPP government done a better job? In:Dafydd Fell, Bi-yu Chang and Henning Klöter (eds.) What has Changed? Taiwan Before and After the Change in Ruling Parties. Weisbaden: Harrassowitz, 107–125.

  76. Liao, Wen-shuo (2010). Empire and regional identity. ArchívOrientální/Oriental Archive 78(3): 243– 258.

  77. Lin, Ann Mei-fang et al (2011). Digital anthropology and the renewal of waishengren studies: From digitized tombs to identity. Asian and African Studies 15(2): 21–45.

  78. Lin, Fang-Mei (2010). The marginal, the paragovernmental, and the parasites: Revisiting the dualist debate of rights to sex work in Taipei. In: Ann Heylen and Scott Sommers (eds.) Becoming Taiwan: From Colonialism to Democracy. Wiesbaden, Harrassowitz, 101–116.

  79. Lin, Melissa S. H. (2010). Sakizaya or amis?-A hidden ethnic group in Taiwan? Asian Culture and History 2(1): 116–125.

  80. Lin, Pei-Yin (2017). How China is Changed by Deng Lijun and Her Song. In: Steve Tsang (ed.) Taiwan’s Impact on China. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 179-202.

  81. Lin, Pei-Yin (2016). Comicality in Long Live the Mistress and the Making of a Chinese Comedy of Manners. In: Tamkang Review 47(1): 97-119.

  82. Lin, Ping (2016). Being Privileged Overseas: Taiwanese People in Jakarta. In: Translocal Chinese: East Asian Perspectives 10: 207-231.

  83. Lin, Pei-yin (2013). Gendering cross-strait relations: Romance and geopolitics in Li Ang'sSeven-Generation Predestined Relationship and Ping Lu's East and Beyond. Oriental Archive 81(3): 515–538.

  84. Lin, Pei-yin (2010). Remaking "Taiwan": Literary representations of the 2/28 Incident by Lin Yaode and Li Qiao. In: Ann Heylen and Scott Sommers (eds.) Becoming Taiwan: From Colonialism to Democracy. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 63–82.

  85. Lipinsky, Astrid (2016). “Asiatischer Feminismus? Feminismen in Theorie und Praxis in China und Taiwan”. FrauenSolidarität 135(1): 18–19.

  86. Lipinsky, Astrid (ed.) (2015). Immigration Societies: Taiwan and Beyond. Vienna Taiwan Studies Series Vol.1, Vienna, Zuerich: LIT.

  87. Lipinsky, Astrid (2015). “Saigon Kid: Taiwanese writers on the ‘New Taiwanese’ and their children”. In: Astrid Lipinsky (ed.), Immigration Societies: Taiwan and Beyond. Vienna, Zuerich: LIT, pp.195–222.

  88. Lipinsky, Astrid (2014). “Die Kulturelle Renaissancebewegung in Taiwan. Die Bedeutung von Kultur und Revolution in der Republik China”. In: Mahltig, Philipp; Sternfeld, Eva (Hrsg.): Kontinuität und Umbruch in China. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz,pp.141–158.

  89. Lombardi, Rosa (2016). Xi Murong – Il fiume del tempo – Antologia poetica (1959-2009), Castelvecchi, 1-142. This book contains an essay and translated poems of Xi Murong.

  90. Mattlin, Mikael (2006). Policy laced with strategy: Cross-strait relations during the DPP administration. In: Dafydd Fell, Bi-yuChang and Henning Klöter(eds.) What has Changed? Taiwan Before and After the Change in Ruling Parties. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 41–60.

  91. Mattlin, Mikael (2004). Same content, different wrapping: Cross-strait policy under DPP rule. China Perspectives 56.

  92. Momesso Lara (2016). From Someone, to No-one, to a New-one: A Subjective View of Taiwan’s Immigration Policies in the Context of Multiculturalism. In: Jens, D. and Cheng, I. (eds.) Berliner China-Hefte–Chinese History and Society 48, 24-36, special issue “Taiwan: Self Versus Other.”

  93. Momesso, Lara (2016). Migrare per matrimonio tra le due Cine: dinamiche di esclusione ed inclusione sociale (Migrating for Marriage across the Taiwan Strait: Dynamics of Social Inclusion and Exclusion). In: Miranda, M. (ed.) Cina Report. Politica, Societa' e Cultura di una Cina in Ascesa. L'Amministrazione Xi Jinping al Suo Primo mandato. Roma: Carocci Editore, 170-181.

  94. Momesso, L. (2015). Between Official and Concealed: Cross-Strait Marriage Migrants’ Strategies of Resistance. In: Lipinsky, A. (ed.) Immigration Societies–Taiwan and Beyond. Vienna Taiwan Studies 1, 171-193. Berlin: LIT.

  95. Momesso, Lara (2015). Change and Permanence in Contemporary Chinese families: A Case Study of Marriages across the Taiwan Strait. In: Ehlers, H.; Kalisch, C.; Linke, G.; Milewski, N.; Rudlof, B. and Trappe, H. (eds.) Migration–GeschlechtLebenswege. Münster: LIT Verlag, 53-78.

  96. Momesso, Lara (2012). Between official and concealed: Reconsidering the status of mainland spouses in contemporary Taiwan. In: Astrid Lipinsky (ed.) Immigration Societies – Taiwan and Beyond. Berlin:LIT.

  97. Mon, Ya-Feng (2015). Terms of intimacy: Blog marketing, experiential desegregation and collaborative film value production. In: Virginia Crisp and Gabriel Menotti (eds.) Besides the Screen: Moving Images through Distribution, Promotion and Curation. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

  98. Mon, Ya-Feng (2011). The Audience Starts to Think, Yet the Industry Can’t Laugh (Monograph).

  99. Neri, Corrado (2015). Haunted island: Reflections on the Japanese colonial era in Taiwanese cinema. In: W. Morris (ed.) Japanese Taiwan: Colonial Rule and its contested Legacy. London: Bloomsbury.

  100. Neri, Corrado (2015/2017). Quand Taiwan voudrait ne pas être une île. In: Stéphane Corcuff and Jérôme Soldani (eds.) Taiwan est-elle une île? (à paraître).

  101. Ohlendorf, Hardina (2014). The Taiwan dilemma in Chinese nationalism: Taiwan studies in the People's Republic of China. Asian Survey 54(3): 471–491.

  102. Ota, Satoshi (2007). Because they look real. Watching Japanese TV dramas among Taiwanese youth. In: C. Storm and M. Harrison (eds.) The Margins of Becoming. Identity and Culture in Taiwan. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 125–141.

  103. Passi, Federica (2014). The role and importance of indigenous peoples in the 'creation' of Taiwanese literature. In: Mario Sabattini (ed.) I libri e illiuto. Venezia: Edizioni Ca' Foscari, 633–644.

  104. Passi, Frederica (2010). Irony, satire and the spirit of resistance: Anew reading of three Taiwanese short stories from the period of the Japanese occupation. ArchivOrientální/Oriental Archive 78(3): 259–278.

  105. Payne, Christopher (2013). Queer otherwise: Anti-sociality in Wuhe'sGui'er and Ayao. ArchivOrientalni/Oriental Archive 81(3): 539–554.

  106. Platzerova, Barbora(2016). Bigamy in Chinese law in the 20th century: Conflict between laws and special cases of bigamy. Chinese History and Society/Berliner China-Hefte47.

  107. Rawnsley, Gary D. (2014). Taiwan's soft power and public diplomacy. The Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 43(3): 161–174.

  108. Rawnsley, Gary D. and Rawnsley, Ming-yeh T. (2006). The media in Taiwan: Change and continuity. In: Dafydd Fell, Bi-yuChang and Henning Klöter(eds.) What has Changed? Taiwan Before and After the Change in Ruling Parties. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 225–242.

  109. Rawnsley, Gary D. and Rawnsley, Ming-yeh T. (2004). Media reform 1987. China Perspectives 56.

  110. Rawnsley, Ming-yeh T. (ed.)(2014). Topical issue of the Journal of Current Chinese Affairs on "Continuity and Change in Policies in Taiwan", Vol.43, No.3. The inspiration for this topical issue came from two major international conferences in 2012: the EATS annual conference in Sonderborg, Denmark and the first World Congress of Taiwan Studies in Academia Sinica in Taipei. The topical issue addresses the central question of whether and how the shift of power between political parties in democracies matters.

  111. Rawnsley, Ming-yeh T. (2014). The impacts of changing ruling parties in the twenty-first century The Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 43(3): 3–12.

  112. Rawnsley, Ming-yeh T. (2013). Taiwanese-language cinema: Market vs. state, national vs. transnational. Oriental Archive 81(3): 437–458.

  113. Rawnsley, Ming-yeh T. and Feng, Chien-san (2014). Anti–media-monopoly policies and further democratisation in Taiwan. The Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 43(3): 105–128.

  114. Sejrup, Jens (2016). One or the other: Synecdoche and representation in Taiwan-Japan controversies. Chinese History and Society/Berliner China-Hefte47.

  115. Sejrup, Jens (2015). Reliving the past: The narrative themes of repetition and continuity in Japan-Taiwan news coverage. In: Andrew Morris (ed.) Japanese Taiwan: Colonial Rule and its contested Legacy. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 271–296.

  116. Sejrup, Jens (2014). Awakening the sufferers: Reflections on public relations, activism, and subalternity in postcolonial controversies between Taiwan and Japan. Public Relations Inquiry3(1): 51–68.

  117. Sejrup, Jens (2012). Instrumentalized history and the motif of repetition in news coverage of Japan-Taiwan relations. Pacific Affairs 85(4): 745–765.

  118. Sheng, Kai (2013). The different faces of Nezha in modern Taiwanese culture. ArchivOrientalni/Oriental Archive 81(3): 391–410.

  119. Shih, Fang-long (2006). From regulation and rationalization, to production: Government policy on religion in Taiwan. In: Dafydd Fell, Bi-yuChang and Henning Klöter(eds.) What has Changed? Taiwan Before and After the Change in Ruling Parties. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 265–284.

  120. Sia, Ek-hongLjavakaw(2016). Crafting the Taiwanese nation: Exclusivist and inclusivisttheses of the post-war Taiwanese nationalism. Chinese History and Society/Berliner China-Hefte47.

  121. Simon, Scott (2012). Politics and headhunting among the Formosan Sejiq.EthnohistoricalPerpectives: Oceania 82(2): 164–185.

  122. Simon, Scott (2009). Identitéautochtone et lutte pour l‘autodétermination: Le cas de la nation taroko à Formose. In: Thibault Martin (ed.) Autochtonies. Vues de France et du Québec. Québec: Presses de l‘université de Laval, 311–330.

  123. Simon, Scott (2007). Paths to autonomy: Aboriginality and the nation in Taiwan. In: Carsten Storm and Mark Harrison (eds.) The Margins of Becoming. Identity and Culture in Taiwan. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 221–240.

  124. Simon, Scott (2006). Taiwan's indigenized constitution: What place for Aboriginal Formosa. Taiwan International Studies Quarterly 2(1): 251–270.

  125. Soldani, Jérôme (2011). Contested representations of Taiwanese baseball: Political interpretations and moral values of a national sport. Asian and African Studies 15(2): 59–75.

  126. Stepanova, Elena Nickolaevna (2013). Search for Chinese woman: DPP and the peculiarities of fight for women electorate. Mir and Politika Journal 77(2): 128–141.

  127. Stepanova, Elena Nickolaevna (2013). Some aspects of concept realization «one state-two systems» concerning Taiwan. Mir and Politika. February.

  128. Stepanova, Elena Nickolaevna (2011). Women and power in Taiwan. Scientific and social-political Journal of the Russian Academy of Sciences 2: 128–136.

  129. Sterk, Darryl (2013). The hunter's gift in ecorealistindigenous fiction from Taiwan. Oriental Archive 81(3): 555–580.

  130. Storm, Carsten (2015). Youth and Violence in Films by Edward Yang. In Archiv Orientalni, 83.1: 137–160.

  131. Storm, Carsten (2007). Historicity and identity in Li Qiao‘s Wintry Nights. In: C. Storm and M. Harrison (eds.)The Margins of Becoming. Identity and Culture in Taiwan. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 101– 116.

  132. Storm, Carsten and Harrison, Mark (eds.) (2007). The Margins of Becoming. Identity and Culture in Taiwan. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz (StudiaFormosiana series). This volume represents a collective achievement of many EATS conference participants.

  133. Streiter, Oliver and Goudin, Yoann (2013). The Tanghao on Taiwan‘s tombstones: The statalrecuperation of tactics for the creation of a national space. Oriental Archive 81(3): 459–494.

  134. Sullivan, J. (2010). Legislators' blogs in Taiwan. Parliamentary Affairs 63(3): 471–485.

  135. Sullivan, J. (2008). Campaign advertising and democracy in Taiwan. The China Quarterly 196: 900– 911.

  136. Sullivan, J. and Sapir, E. (2013). Strategic cross-strait discourse: Comparing three presidential terms. China Information 27(1): 11–30.

  137. Sullivan, J. and Sapir, E. (2012) Nasty or nice? Explaining positive and negative campaigning in Taiwan. The China Journal 67: 149–168.

  138. Taylor, J.E. (2009). The reluctant embassy: Establishing, maintaining and ending Australian diplomatic representation in Taipei, 1966–72. Asian Studies Review 33(2): 197–210.

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2017-2020 publications

  1. Alsford, Niki J. P. (2020). Finding the Threads in Taiwan History and Historiography. In: European Journal of East Asian Studies 19(1): 13-47, special issue “Negotiating Legacies: Opposing, Interrupting, Re-creating–Taiwan’s ongoing Experience.”

  2. Alsford, Niki J.P. (2020). The 1925 Hsinchu-Taichung Earthquake: Natural Disasters as Public History. Public History Review 27: 25-47.

  3. Alsford, Niki J.P. (2019). Negotiating North Korea: Current Directions in the Emergence of North Korean Studies. In: North Korea Review, 2019: 5-9.

  4. Alsford, Niki J.P. (2019). The City Within the City: A Glimpse of Elite Formation in Deptford-London and Dadaocheng-Taiwan. In: Journal of Urban History, 2019: 1-25.

  5. Alsford, Niki J.P. (2018). Book Review: The Kaohsiung Incident in Taiwan and Memoirs of a Foreign Big Beard, written by J. Bruce Jacobs. In: International Journal of Taiwan Studies 1(1): 238-240. The book was launched at the 2016 EATS annual conference.

  6. Alsford, Niki J.P. and Hu, Chia-yu (2018). 他者視線下的地方美感 : 大英博物館藏臺灣文物 = Local Aesthetics with Foreign Perceptions: The Formosan Collection Housed at the British Museum. Taipei: National Taiwan University Press.

  7. Alsford, Niki J.P. (2018). ‘We Believe in Life Before Death’: The Christian Aid Movement in Taiwan, 1970-78. In: Journal of Historical Archaeology & Anthropological Sciences 3(2): 219-227.

  8. Alsford, Niki J.P. (2017). 塵封的瑰寶: 倫敦大學亞非學院特藏臺灣原住民族檔案 = Buried Treasurers: Taiwan Indigenous Peoples’ Archives Held at the School of Oriental & African Studies, the University of London. Taipei: Council of Indigenous Peoples.

  9. Alsford, Niki J.P. (2017). Torn Between Two Worlds: Rev. Shoki Coe, Domesticity, and the Taiwanese Self-Determination Movement. In: Paul Woods (ed.): The Shaping of Christianity in China. Oxford: Regnum Publishing Company, 233-250.

  10. Alsford, Niki J.P. (2017). Transitions to Modernity in Taiwan: The Spirit of 1895 and the Cession of Formosa to Japan. London: Routledge.

  11. Alsford, Niki J.P. & Fuehrer, Bernhard (2017). Carstairs Douglas (1830-1877) and his Chinese-English Dictionary of the Vernacular or Spoken Language of Amoy (1873). Translation Studies 1(1): 137-182.

  12. Barkmann, Udo B. (2020). Zur Genese mongolischer Identität im Nationalstaat. In: Damm, Jens and Hauke Neddermann (eds.) Berliner China-Hefte/Chinese History and Society 51, Special Edition “Intercultural Dialogue across Borders: China between Tradition and Modernity.”

  13. Berry, Chris (2020). An Alternative Cinema of Poverty: Understanding the Taiwanese-Language Film Industry. In: Journal of Chinese Cinemas. This is derived from a EATS 2016 conference presentation on Taiwanese-Language Cinema.

  14. Berry, Chris (2019). Taiwan’s Indigenous People and Cinema: From Colonial Mascot to Fourth Cinema? In: Bi-Yu Chang and Pei-Yin Lin (eds.) Positioning Taiwan in a Global World: Being and Becoming. London: Routledge. Facilitated/inspired by discussions with EATS colleagues and/or at EATS events.

  15. Berry, Chris (2018). Being a Woman Documentary Maker in Taiwan: An Interview with Singing Chen and Wuna Wu. In: Ulfsdotter, Boel and Backman Rogers, Anna (eds.) Female Authorship and the Documentary Image. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 205-213. Facilitated/inspired by discussions with EATS colleagues and/or at EATS events.

  16. Berry, Chris (2017). Imagine There’s No China: Wei Te-Sheng and Taiwan’s ‘Japan Complex.’ In: Chiu, Kuei-fen; Rawnsley, Ming-yeh and Rawnsley, Gary (eds.) Taiwan Cinema, International Reception, and Social Change. London: Routledge. The origin of this book can be traced to a prior EATS 2015 keynote speech on this topic.

  17. Berry, Chris and Rawnsley, Ming-yeh T. (eds.), (2020). Journal of Chinese Cinemas, special issue “Taiwanese-language films (taiyupian).” This special issue is a result of a film project coordinated by EATS members, Professor Chris Berry (King’s College London) and Dr. Ming-yeh T. Rawnsley (SOAS) between 2017 and 2019. The project, “Taiwan’s Lost Commercial Cinema: Recovered and Restored,” funded by Taiwan’s Ministry of Culture via the Taipei Representative Office in the UK, included the construction of a website (https://taiyupian.uk), the organisation of an international symposium on Taiwanese-language cinema (2017) and film screening tours in the UK and Europe (2017–2019). Many EATS members were involved as local organisers for the project’s screening tours.

  18. Berry, Chris and Ming-Yeh T. Rawnsley (2020). Introduction to a Special Issue on Taiwanese-Language Films. In: Journal of Chinese Cinemas. This is derived from a EATS 2016 conference presentation on Taiwanese-Language Cinema.

  19. Caldwell, Ernest (2017). Chinese Constitutionalism: Five-Power Constitution. In: Grote, Rainer and Lachenmann, Frauke and Wolfrum, Rüdiger (eds.) Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  20. Caldwell, Ernest (2017). Widening the Constitutional Gap in China and Taiwan: History, Reform, and the Control Yuan. In: University of Illinois Law Review 2: 739-766.

  21. Chang, Bi-Yu (forthcoming, 2021). Recentring the National Self: The Trajectory of National Selfhood in Social Studies Education. In: Shei, Chris (ed.): Taiwan: Manipulation of Ideology and Struggle for Identity. New York and London: Routledge.

  22. Chang, Ti-han (2020). Éco-terrorisme ou écohéroïsme ? Analyse littéraire de ‘The Rice Bomber’ de Cho Li basée sur l’autobiographie de Yang Ju-men. In: Postel, Philippe (ed.) Atlantide 10: 141-156, special edition “Imaginaires de l’environnement en Asie (Inde, Chine, Taïwan).”

  23. Chang, Ti-han (2020). Shaping Taiwan’s History through Non-human Agents–Wu Ming-yi and his Postcolonial Ecological Writings. In: European Journal of East Asian Studies 19(1): 74-97, special issue “Negotiating Legacies: Opposing, Interrupting, Re-creating–Taiwan’s ongoing Experience."

  24. Cheng, Isabelle (forthcoming, 2021). Maneuvering in the Linguistic Borderland: Southeast Asian Migrant Women’s Language Strategies in Taiwan. In: Shei, Chris (ed.): Taiwan: Manipulation of Ideology and Struggle for Identity. New York and London: Routledge.

  25. Cheng, Isabelle (2020). We Want Productive Workers, Not Fertile Women: The Expediency of Employing Southeast Asian Caregivers in Taiwan. In: Asia Pacific Review, 5 May 2020.

  26. Cheng, Isabelle (2018). Desirability and Accountability in the Governance of Migration under the Ma Administration. In: Schubert, Gunter (ed.) Hopeful Beginning, Hopeless End? Assessing the Mai Ying-jeou Era in Taiwan (2008-2016), 32-158. Abingdon: Routledge.

  27. Cheng, Isabelle (2018). Saving the Nation by Sacrificing Your Life: Authoritarianism and Chiang Kai-shek’s War of for the Retaking of China. In: The Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 27(2): 55-86.

  28. Cheng, Isabelle (2017). Reality or Pretense? Renouncing Nationality and Organised Hypocrisy of the Sovereignty of Taiwan. In: Asian Pacific Migration Journal 26(4): 436-458.

  29. Cheng, Isabelle and Momesso, Lara (2019). Rethinking Transnationalism in the Global World: Contested State, Society, Border, and the People in Between. In: International Migration 57(4): 197-201.

  30. Cheng, Isabelle; Momesso, Lara and Fell, Dafydd (2018). Asset or Liability: Transnational Links and Political Participation of Foreign-Born Citizens in Taiwan? In: International Migration 57(4): 202-217.

  31. Cheng, Isabelle and Dluhošová, Táňa (2018). No Distant Memory: Rethinking the State, Its Citizens and Authoritarianism in Everyday Life. In: The Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 47(2): 3-10.

  32. Cheng, Isabelle and Momesso, Lara (2017). Look, the World is Watching How We Treat Migrants! The Making of the Anti-Trafficking Legislation during the Ma Administration. In: Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 1: 61-99.

  33. Chiang, Howard (2018). Book Review: A Queer Invention in Taiwan: A History of Tongzhi Literature (同志文學史:台灣的發明), written by Ta-Wei Chi. In: International Journal of Taiwan Studies 1(1): 229-231. The book was launched at the 2017 EATS annual conference.

  34. Chi, Chang-hui (2018). Learning to Drink Sorghum Liquor: Taste and Consumption in Military Front-Line Jinmen, Taiwan. In: The Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 47(2): 165–191. This was originally one of the Lim Peng-Yuan Panel presentations at the EATS annual conference.

  35. Chiavacci, David; Grano, Simona Alba and Obinger, Julia (eds.), (2020). Civil Society and the State in Democratic East Asia : Between Entanglement and Contention in Post High Growth. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

  36. Chiavacci, David and Grano, Simona Alba (2020). A New Era of Civil Society and State in East Asian Democracies. In: Chiavacci, David; Grano, Simona Alba; Obinger, Julia. Civil Society and the State in Democratic East Asia : Between Entanglement and Contention in Post High Growth. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 9-30.

  37. Chow, Peter (forthcoming). Taiwan in International Economic Relations. In: Jacques deLisle and June Teufel Dreyer (eds.) Taiwan Under Tsai Ying-wen, Chapter 5. London: Routledge.

  38. Chow, Peter (2020). The Spillover Effect of the US-China Trade War on Taiwan’s Economy. In: Advances in Pacific Basin Business, Economics and Finance 8, 213-236.

  39. Chiu, Hsiao-chiao (2018). Women's Labour, Kinship, and Economic Changes in Jinmen in the Era of Authoritarian Rule. The Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 47(2): 193-218.

  40. Chung, Ming-Lun and Chiu, Adrian (2018). Book Review: Taiwan’s Social Movements under Ma Ying-jeou: From the Wild Strawberries to the Sunflowers, edited by Dafydd Fell. International Journal of Taiwan Studies 1(2): 395-398. The book was launched at the 2017 EATS annual conference.

  41. Damm, Jens (2020). China and the Ethnic Chinese Diaspora in Southeast Asia: Discourses, Perceptions and Cultural Diplomacy. In: Damm, Jens and Hauke Neddermann (eds.) Berliner China-Hefte/Chinese History and Society 51, Special Edition “Intercultural Dialogue across Borders: China between Tradition and Modernity.”

  42. Damm, Jens (2020). Introduction. In: Damm, Jens and Hauke Neddermann (eds.) Berliner China-Hefte/Chinese History and Society 51, Special Edition “Intercultural Dialogue across Borders: China between Tradition and Modernity.”

  43. Damm, Jens and Hauke Neddermann (eds.), 2020. Berliner China-Hefte/Chinese History and Society 51, Special Edition “Intercultural Dialogue across Borders: China between Tradition and Modernity.” This issue of the Berliner Chinahefte/Chinese History and Society deals with cultural exchanges between China and the outside world and with their impact, mostly in terms of questions regarding tradition and modernity. China is understood more as an area composed of certain cultural elements which may include the Chinese (and Taiwanese) diaspora, where a sense of belonging still exists, and which exerts influence on everyday culture and habits.

  44. Diefenbach, Thilo (trans.), (2019). Gedanken in Weiß. Gedichte aus Taiwan 白色的思念. 鄭烱明詩選, by Cheng Chiung-ming (b. 1948). München: Iudicium. 190 pages. The book contains 65 poems–both in the original Mandarin and in German translation–as well as an introduction and seven color photographs.

  45. Dluhošová, Táňa (2020). Decoding Publication Records: Ruptures and Continuities in 1940s Taiwanese Literary History. The Journal of Asian Studies. 79(2): 275-301, May 2020.

  46. Dluhošová, Táňa (2020). Marital Networks and Portfolios of Prestige–Digital Humanities Perspectives on the Study of Taiwanese Elites. In: European Journal of East Asian Studies 19(1): 124–160, special issue “Negotiating Legacies: Opposing, Interrupting, Re-creating–Taiwan’s ongoing Experience."

  47. Dluhošová, Táňa (2018). Censorship and Publication Control in Early Post-War Taiwan: Procedures and Practices. In: The Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 47(2): 15-53.

  48. ESKA (ed.), (2019). Monde Chinois 58(2), Special Edition Taïwan des années 1930 aux années 1950–La naissance d’une société pluraliste.

  49. Friedman, P. Kerim (2018). The Hegemony of the Local: Taiwanese Multiculturalism and Indigenous Identity Politics. In: Boundary 245(3): 79–105.

  50. Fell, Dafydd (forthcoming, 2021). Taiwan's Green Parties: Alternative Politics in Taiwan. New York and London: Routledge. One chapter in the book was developed from my EATS Venice paper.

  51. Fell, Dafydd (2020). Televised Election Debates in Multi-party Taiwan. In: Juárez-Gámiz, Julio and Holtz-Bacha, Christina and Schroeder, Alan (eds.) Routledge International Handbook on Electoral Debates. London, New York: Routledge.

  52. Fell, Dafydd (2019). Party Politics in Taiwan Revisited. In: Fell, Dafydd and Hsiao, Hsin-Huang Michael (editors.), Taiwan Studies Revisited. London, New York: Routledge, 178-196.

  53. Fell, Dafydd (2018). Government and Politics in Taiwan, Second Edition. London, New York: Routledge.

  54. Fell, Dafydd (ed.), (2017). Taiwan's Social Movements under Ma Ying-jeou From the Wild Strawberries to the Sunflowers. London, New York: Routledge. (Research on Taiwan Series).

  55. Fell, Dafydd (2017). Do Party Switchers Pay an Electoral Price? The Case of Taiwan. In: Parliamentary Affairs 70(2): 377-399.

  56. Fell, Dafydd (2017). Merger and Takeover Attempts in Taiwanese Party Politics. Issues and Studies: An International Quarterly on China, Taiwan, and East Asian Affairs, (53) 4. An early draft of this paper was first presented at Krakow 2015 EATS conference.

  57. Fell, Dafydd and Kwan, Tommy Chung Yin (2020). The Relationship between Mainstream and Movement Parties in Taiwan: Case Studies of the New Power Party (NPP) and the Green Party Taiwan-Social Democratic Party Alliance (GPT/SDP). In: Chiavacci, David; Grano, Simona Alba and Obinger, Julia (eds.), Civil Society and the State in Democratic East Asia Between Entanglement and Contention in Post High Growth. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 167-185.

  58. Fell, Dafydd and Chang, Sung-sheng Yvonne (2019). Developing Taiwan Studies Teaching Programme in Europe and the United States: The Experience of SOAS University of London and University of Texas at Austin. In: China Quarterly 249: 1108-1034.

  59. Fell, Dafydd and Hsiao, Hsin-huang Michael (eds.), (2019). Taiwan Studies Revisited. London, New York: Routledge. (Research on Taiwan Series).

  60. Fell, Dafydd and Hsiao, Hsin-huang Michael (2018). Introduction: The State of the Field of Taiwan Studies. In: International Journal of Taiwan Studies 1(1): 5-10.

  61. Fell, Dafydd and Peng, Yen-wen (2017). The Revival of Taiwan’s Green Party after 2008. In: Taiwan's Social Movements under Ma Ying-jeou From the Wild Strawberries to the Sunflowers. Abingdon: Routledge.

  62. Ferrari, Rossella (2020). Transnational Chinese Theatres–Intercultural Performance Networks in East Asia. London: Palgrave Macmillan. Based on a paper the author presented at the 2015 EATS conference in Krakow.

  63. Grano, Simona Alba (2017). The Evolution of the Anti-Nuclear Movement in Taiwan since 2008. In: Fell, Dafydd (ed.) Taiwan’s Social Movements under Ma Ying-jeou: From the Wild Strawberries to the Sunflowers. New York, London: Routledge, 154-176.

  64. Grano, Simona Alba (2020). Interactions between Environmental Civil Society and the State during the Ma Ying-jeou and Tsai Ing-wen Administrations in Taiwan. In: Chiavacci, David and Grano, Simona Alba and Obinger, Julia (eds.) Civil Society and the State in Democratic East Asia : Between Entanglement and Contention in Post High Growth. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 33-58.

  65. Guo, Weiting (2019). The Portraits of a Heroine: Huang Bamei and the Politics of Wartime History in China and Taiwan, 1930–1960. Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review (e-journal) 33: 6–31.

  66. He, Lingnan and Dali L. Yang (2019). The Enigma of Political Trust in China: Survey Response Patterns and Preferences for Redistribution. In: Taiwan Journal of Democracy 15, No. 2: 57-85.

  67. Heylen, Ann (forthcoming, 2021). A Sociolinguistic Approach to the Standardization of Taiyu in the Quest for a Taiwan Identity. In: Shei, Chris (ed.): Taiwan: Manipulation of Ideology and Struggle for Identity. New York and London: Routledge.

  68. Heylen, Ann (2020). Diaries and Oral Histories as Ego-Documents in the Representations of the Taiwanese Nation. In: European Journal of East Asian Studies 19(1): 48-73, special issue “Negotiating Legacies: Opposing, Interrupting, Re-creating–Taiwan’s ongoing Experience.”

  69. Heylen, Ann (peer review), (2019). A ‘Sense of Place’ in Geocultural Dutch Formosa Mapping. In: Liu Yi-chang & Ann Heylen (eds.) Nányíng Lìshǐ, Shèhuì yǔ Wénhuà 南瀛歷史、社會與文化 (Nanying History, Society, and Culture) 5. Tainan: Cultural Affairs Bureau, 135-152.

  70. Heylen, Ann (peer review), (2018). Expressing Dynamic Maps Through Seventeenth-Century Taiwan Dutch Manuscripts. In Shu-Heng Chen (ed.) Big Data in Computational Social Science and Humanities. Cham: Springer, 95-116.

  71. Heylen, Ann (2017). Mobility and Consistorial Discipline in Dutch Formosa: An Examination of Kercboeck, 1643-1649, Tayouan Consistory. In: Taiwan Historical Research (台灣史研究) 24(1): 1-36.

  72. Heylen, Ann (2017). Island Taiwan in the Seventeenth Century: A Historiographical Overview. In: Maria Cruz Berrocal and Cheng-hwa Tsang (eds.) Historical Archaeology of Early Modern Colonialism in Asia-Pacific: The Asia-Pacific Region. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 244-269.

  73. Heylen, Ann and Liu Yi-chang (eds.), (2019). Nányíng Lìshǐ, Shèhuì yǔ Wénhuà 南瀛歷史、社會與文化 (Nanying History, Society, and Culture) 5. Tainan: Cultural Affairs Bureau.

  74. Huang, Chang-Ling (2019). Gender Quotas and Women’s Increasing Political Competitiveness. In: Taiwan Journal of Democracy 15, No. 1: 25-40.

  75. Huang, Phyllis Yu-ting (forthcoming, 2021). The Returnee as an Outsider: Reunion and Division in Wang Quan’an’s Apart Together (團圓, tuan yuan). In: The International Journal of Taiwan Studies 4(1).

  76. Ibitz, Armin (2020). Assessing Taiwan’s Endeavors Towards a Circular Economy: The Electronics Sector. In: Asia Europe Journal.

  77. Istenič, Saša. Vzhodna Azija : ključni varnostno-politični izzivi (East Asia: security-political challenges). In: Bekeš and Andrej Rošker and Jana S. and Šabič, Zlatko (eds.). Procesi in odnosi v Vzhodni Aziji : zbornik EARL, Zbirka Studia humanitatis Asiatica. Ljubljana: Znanstvena založba Filozofske fakultete. 2019, str. 409-425.

  78. Jagou, Fabienne (ed.), (2018). The Hybridity of Buddhism: Contemporary Encounters Between Tibetan and Chinese traditions in Taiwan and the Mainland. Paris, EFEO, coll. «Études thématiques n°29».

  79. Jarmila Ptáčková; Ondřej Klimeš; Gary Rawnsley and Jens Damm (eds.), (2020). Transnational Sites of China’s Cultural Diplomacy-Central Asia, Middle East, Southeast Asia and Europe Compared. London: Palgrave.

  80. Jobin, Paul (forthcoming, 2021). The Valuation of Contaminated Life: RCA in Taiwan and the Compensation of Toxic Exposure. In: East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal 15(1).

  81. Jortay, Coraline (2019). Miyuan, (re)imaginings of the Japanese legacy, and the making of postcolonial discourse in 1990s Taiwan. In: Monde Chinois 58(2): 82-93, special edition Taïwan des années 1930 aux années 1950–La naissance d’une société pluraliste.

  82. Kajal, Parmeet (2020). Book Review: Government and Politics in Taiwan, written by Dafydd Fell. In: International Journal of Taiwan Studies 3(1): 171-172. The book was launched at the 2018 EATS annual conference.

  83. Klingler-Vidra, Robyn, (2018). The Venture Capital State: The Silicon Valley Model in East Asia. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press.

  84. Lacko, David; Čeněk, Šašinka; Čeněk, Jiří; Zdeněk, Stachoň and Wei-lun Lu (2020). Cross-Cultural Differences in Cognitive Style, Individualism/Collectivism and Map Reading Between Central European and East Asian University Students. Studia Psychologica 62(1): 23-43.

  85. Lai, J. Y.-H. (2018). The Internationalization and Market Competition of Tsai Yueh-Hsun's Post-Confucian TV Drama and Films in East Asia 蔡岳勳後儒家影視劇的東亞國際化與市場競爭. Mass Communication Research 新聞學研究 135, 49-92.

  86. Lai, J. Y.-H. (2018). Regionalization of Taiwanese Post-Confucian TV dramas: A Case Study of Tsai Yueh-hsun’s White Tower and Black & White. In: Kawashima N. and H.-K. Lee (eds.) Asian Cultural Flows: Creative Industries, Policies and Media Consumers. New York: Springer, 145-163.

  87. Laliberté, André (2020). Le bouddhisme à Taïwan: la croisée des chemins. In: Corcuff, Stéphane and Soldani, Jérome (eds.) Taiwan est-elle une île? Aix: Presses Universitaires de Provence.

  88. Laliberté, André (2017). The Pluralization of the Religious Field in Taiwan and its Impact on China. In: Tsang, Steve, (ed.) Taiwan's Impact on China–Why Soft Power Matters More than Economic or Political Inputs, 203-232. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

  89. Laliberté, André and Simon, Scott (2020). Time to Rethink Canada’s Relation with Taiwan. Vimy Paper no 44.

  90. Lams, Lutgard (forthcoming, 2021). Discourse and Ideology in the Taiwanese English-Language Press during KMT President Ma Ying-jeou’s Early Rule. In: Shei, Chris (ed.): Taiwan: Manipulation of Ideology and Struggle for Identity. New York and London: Routledge.

  91. Lams, Lutgard (2019). Agency and power in the Dutch-language News Coverage of Refugees. In: d’Haenens, L. and Heynderickx, F. and Joris, W. (eds.) Images of Immigrants and Refugees in Western Europe: Media Representations and Public Opinion and Refugees’ Experiences. Leuven: Leuven University Press, 66-81.

  92. Lams, Lutgard (2019). Ideological Patterns in Chinese State Media Narratives Concerning Issues of Security and Sovereignty. In Shei, C.C. (ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Discourse Analysis. Oxford: Routledge, 444-457.

  93. Lams, Lutgard (2018). Examining Strategic Narratives in Chinese Official Discourse Under Xi Jinping. In: Journal of Chinese Political Science 23: 387-411.

  94. Lams, Lutgard (2018). Issue Salience and Framing in the Taiwanese 2016 Presidential Election Campaign: An Analysis of the KMT and DPP Campaign Discourses. In: International Journal of Taiwan Studies, 1(2): 301-330.

  95. Lams, Lutgard and Lu, Wei-lun (2018). Puppets, Compatriots, and Souls in Heaven: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Chiang Kai-shek’s Early Wartime Rhetoric. In: The Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 47(2): 87-112.

  96. Lee, Yoonkyung (2018). Labor Politics and the Limits of Korean Democracy In: Taiwan Journal of Democracy 14(2): 85-103.

  97. Li, Xue (2020). “Halls” and”Bureaus” between the 1860s and the 1890s: The Transformation of Local Philanthropic Organizations and their Managers in Yangzhou. In: Damm, Jens and Hauke Neddermann (eds.) Berliner China-Hefte/Chinese History and Society 51, Special Edition “Intercultural Dialogue across Borders: China between Tradition and Modernity.”

  98. Liao, Da-chi and Yueh-ching Chen (2017). The Effect of Social Movements on Representative Deficit:A Study of Two Taiwanese Cases. In: Taiwan Journal of Democracy 13, No. 2: 73-106.

  99. Lifshey, Adam (2019). Translating Taiwan Southward. In: Chang, Bi-yu and Lin, Pei-yin (eds.) Positioning Taiwan in a Global Context–Being and Becoming. London: Routledge, 30-44.

  100. Lim, Paul (2020) Research Note: An Archival Report on the European Union and China Trade Negotiations in the 1970s. In: Damm, Jens and Hauke Neddermann (eds.) Berliner China-Hefte/Chinese History and Society 51, Special Edition “Intercultural Dialogue across Borders: China between Tradition and Modernity.”

  101. Lin, Jun-Hua (2018). ‘Assisting You to Become a Local’: NGOs and Constructed Foreign Spouses in Eastern Taiwan. Gender, Place & Culture, 25(1): 118-133.

  102. Lin, Pei-Yin (2017). How China is Changed by Deng Lijun and Her Song. In: Steve Tsang (ed.) Taiwan’s Impact on China. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 179-202.

  103. Lin, Wenkai (2018). Taiwan's Financial System in the Late Qing Period: An Historical-Institutional Analysis of Liu Ming-chuan's Financial Reform 〈晚清臺灣的財政:劉銘傳財政改革的歷史制度分析〉. In: NTU Journal of History《臺大歷史學報》61: 341-392. This was originally one of the Lim Peng-Yuan Panel presentations at the EATS annual conference.

  104. Lin, Wenkai (2017). Transformation of Taiwan's Central Finance System: The Historical Significance of Gotō Shinpei’s Government-General Fiscal Reform in the Early Japanese Colonial Period (1898-1905) 〈臺灣「中央財政」體制的轉型:日治初期(1898-1905)後藤新平總督府財政改革之歷史意義〉. In: National Central University Journal of Humanities《中央大學人文學報》63: 1-44. This was originally one of the Lim Peng-Yuan Panel presentations at the EATS annual conference.

  105. Lin Yuju, (2017). Continuity and Breakdown: Taiwan’s Customs Service during the Japanese Occupation, 1895–1945. In: International Journal of Maritime History, Vol. 29(4), 855-874. This was originally one of the Lim Peng-Yuan Panel presentations at the EATS annual conference.

  106. Lin, Yuru (2020). 日本統治期台湾における税関制度の変遷 (Changes to the Tax System in Taiwan during the Japanese Era), collected by 植野弘子, edited by 上水流久彥. In:《帝国日本における越境・断絶・残像――モノの移動》. Tokyo: Fukyo 風響社, 147-172. This was originally one of the Lim Peng-Yuan Panel presentations at the EATS annual conference.

  107. Linkov, Václav and Lu, Wei-lun (2017). I Won’t Speak Our Language With You: The English Privilege, English-speaking Foreigner Stereotype, and Language Ostracism in Taiwan. In: Human Affairs–Postdisciplinary Humanities&Social Sciences Quarterly 27(1): 22-29.

  108. Ling, Bonny (2020). Rights in the Time of Exclusion: The Role of ASEAN in Protecting the Rights of Migrant Workers in the Asia-Pacific. In: Taiwan Journal of Democracy 16, no. 1: 133-159.

  109. Lombardi, Rosa (2020). 回憶楊牧老師及關於翻譯 楊牧詩歌的一些感想 (Recalling Teacher Yang Mu and some Thoughts about Yang Mu’s Poems). In: A-Cross Poetry 兩岸詩 6: 14-18.

  110. Lombardi, Rosa (2019). La poesia popolare taiwanese tra tradizione e modernità: il caso di Xi Murong e la sua ricezione a Taiwan e in Cina. Testo a Fronte 60: 119-131.

  111. Lombardi, Rosa (2018). Yang Mu e la poesia a Taiwan. In: Poesia Mensile Internazionale di Cultura Poetica 338: 12-20.

  112. Lombardi, Rosa (2017). Yang Mu – Sono venuto dal mare – Poesie (1958-2012). Castelvecchi, 1- 246. This book contains an essay and translated poems of Yang Mu.

  113. Lu, Cheng-Heng (2020). One Family, Four Worlds: Koxinga’s Descendants and Nationalism Across the Modern East Asia. In: Berliner China-Hefte: Chinese History and Society 51: 5-22. This was originally one of the Lim Peng-Yuan Panel presentations at the EATS annual conference.

  114. Lu, Wei-lun (2020). Cultural “Signs of Life” in Politics: A Case Study of Eulogistic Idioms for Taiwanese Politicians. In: da Silva Sinha, Vera; Moreno-Núñez, Ana and Zhen Tian (eds.) Signs of Life: Language, Culture and Identity–Signs of Life. Amsterdam; Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 139-154.

  115. Lu, Wei-lun and Xu, Wen (2020). Understanding the Disease and China’s Role in the Discourse of COVID-19: A Cognitive Linguistic Perspective. In: British Journal of Chinese Studies 10.

  116. Lu, Wei-lun (2017). Socio-Cultural Factors in Analyzing the Pragmeme of Accommodation: A Case Study of the Official Online Eulogy Request System in Taiwan. In: Parvaresh, Vahid and Capone, Alessandro (eds.) The Pragmeme of Accommodation and Intercultural Pragmatics: The Case of Interaction Around the Event of Death. Zurich: Springer, 111-127.

  117. Lu, Wei-lun (2017). Religion and Worldview in Metaphor Use: Cultural Conceptualisations of Death in Taiwanese Buddhist and Christian Eulogistic Idioms. In: Sharifian, Farzad (ed.) Advances in Cultural Linguistics. Singapore: Springer, 49-64.

  118. Ma, Sheng-mei (2019). Off-White: Yellowface and Chinglish by Anglo-American Culture. New York: Bloomsbury.

  119. Marinaccio, Jess (2019). James Clifford’s ‘Indigenous Articulations’ as Travelling Theory? The Search for Sustainability in Theorising Taiwan’s Indigenous and Han Populations. In: International Journal of Taiwan Studies 2(1): 32-56. An earlier version of this paper was the joint 1st prize winner of the 2018 EATS Young Scholar Award.

  120. Martin, Jeffrey T. (2019). Sentiment, Reason, and Law: Policing in the Republic of China on Taiwan. New York: Cornell University Press.

  121. Masina, Pietro P. (2020). European Journal of East Asian Studies 19(1), special issue “Negotiating Legacies: Opposing, Interrupting, Re-creating–Taiwan’s ongoing Experience.”

  122. Momesso, Lara (2020). Chinese Marriage Migrants in Beijing’s Cross-Strait Diplomacy. In: European Journal of East Asian Studies 19(1): 161–184, special issue “Negotiating Legacies: Opposing, Interrupting, Re-creating–Taiwan’s ongoing Experience."

  123. Momesso, Lara (2020). From Bargaining to Alliance with Patriarchy: The Role of Taiwanese Husbands in Marriage Migrants' Civic Organisations in Taiwan. In: Asia Pacific Review.

  124. Momesso, Lara (2019). One Language, Two Systems: On Conducting Ethnographic Research Across the Taiwan Strait. In: Gibb, Robert; Tremlett, Annabel, and Julien Daner Iglesias (eds.) Learning and Using Languages in Ethnographic Research. Bristol: Channel View Publications Ltd, 97-112.

  125. Momesso, Lara (2017). Marriage Migration and State Interests: Reflections from the Experiences of Marriage Migrants from the People’s Republic of China in Taiwan. In: Asiatische Studien 70(3): 903-920.

  126. Momesso, Lara and Alsford, Niki J. P. (2020). Negotiating Legacies: Opposing, Interrupting, Re-creating Taiwan’s ongoing Experience. In: European Journal of East Asian Studies 19(1): 5-11, special issue “Negotiating Legacies: Opposing, Interrupting, Re-creating–Taiwan’s ongoing Experience.”

  127. Momesso, Lara and Lee, Chun-yi (2019). Nation, Migration, Identity: Learning from the Cross-Strait Context. In: International Migration.

  128. Momesso, Lara and Cheng, Isabelle (2017). A Team Player Pursuing its Own Dreams: Rights-claim Campaign of Chinese Migrant Spouses in the Migrant Movement Before and After 2008. In: Fell, Dafydd (ed.) Taiwan’s Social Movements under Ma Ying-jeou–From the Wild Strawberries to the Sunflowers. London, New York: Routledge, 219-235.

  129. Momesso, Lara and Cheng, Isabelle (2017). Migrants, Families and the State: Be/coming Taiwanese in a Transnational World. In: Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 26(4): 405-412.

  130. Momesso, Lara and Lee, Chun-yi (2017). Transnational Mobility, Strong States and Contested Sovereignty: Learning from the China–Taiwan Context. In: Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 26(4): 459-479.

  131. Naren Chitty; Lilian Ji; Gary Rawnsley; Nicholas Cull and Craig Hayden (eds.), (2021) The Routledge Handbook of Soft Power, 2nd edition. London: Routledge.

  132. Passi, Federica (2018). Considerations on planning the theme, ‘Translating Taiwan: 1947-1987-2017’, the 14th annual conference of the European Association of Taiwan Studies (EATS), Venice, Italy, 2-4 March 2017. In: International Journal of Taiwan Studies 1(1): 158-192.

  133. Promkhuntong, Wikanda (2019). Book Review: Taiwan Cinema: International Reception and Social Change, edited by Kuei-Fen Chiu, Ming-yeh T. Rawnsley and Gary D. Rawnsley. In: International Journal of Taiwan Studies 2(1): 182-184. The book was launched at the 2018 EATS annual conference.

  134. Rawnsley, Gary (forthcoming). The more things change… Public Diplomacy and Information Communication Technology.’ in: Colin, Alexander (ed.), Frontiers in Public Diplomacy. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

  135. Rawnsley, Gary (2021). Communicating Confidence: China’s Public Diplomacy. In: Naren Chitty; Lilian Ji; Gary Rawnsley; Nicholas Cull and Craig Hayden (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Soft Power, 2nd edition. London: Routledge.

  136. Rawnsley, Gary (ed.), (2020). Topical Section on Taiwan, Public Diplomacy, and the World Health Assembly. In: International Journal of Taiwan Studies 3(1): 5-9.

  137. Rawnsley, Gary (2020). Cultural Diplomacy Today. In: Jarmila Ptáčková; Ondřej Klimeš; Gary Rawnsley and Jens Damm (eds.) Transnational Sites of China’s Cultural Diplomacy - Central Asia, Middle East,Southeast Asia and Europe Compared. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

  138. Rawnsley, Gary (2018). Challenging the Snake-Oil Salesmen: A Critique of British Approaches to Soft Power. In: Journal of International Communication 24(1): 1-17.

  139. Rawnsley, Gary (2018). Taiwan’s Soft Power and Public Diplomacy Under Ma Ying-Jeou. In: Andre Beckershoff and Gunter Schubert (eds.) Assessing the Presidency of Ma Yingjiu in Taiwan: Hopeful Beginning, Hopeless End? London: Routledge.

  140. Rawnsley, Gary (2017). Soft Power Rich, Public Diplomacy Poor: An Assessment of Taiwan’s External Communications. In: The China Quarterly 232: 982-1001.

  141. Rawnsley, Gary; Ming-Yeh T. Rawnsley and Ming Yu (2020). International Coproduction of Documentaries as a Form of Chinese Cultural Diplomacy. In: Jarmila Ptáčková; Ondřej Klimeš; Gary Rawnsley and Jens Damm (eds.) Transnational Sites of China’s Cultural Diplomacy - Central Asia, Middle East,Southeast Asia and Europe Compared. London: Palgrave Macmillan. This article was a result of attending a conference organised in Prague by two EATS Board members and their colleagues, Dr. Táňa Dluhošová and Dr. Jens Damm.

  142. Rawnsley, Gary and Ming-Yeh T. Rawnsley (2018). Science Communication in Taiwan: Rethinking the Local and Global. In: Carsten Storm (ed.) Connecting Taiwan: Participation-Integration-Impacts. London: Routledge.

  143. Rawnsley, Gary and Sarah Gong Qian (2017). Media freedom and responsibility in South Korea: The perceptions of journalists and politicians during the Roh Moo-hyun presidency. In: Journalism (January).

  144. Rawnsley, Gary; Kuei-fen Chiu and Ming-Yeh T. Rawnsley (eds.), (2017). Taiwan Cinema: International Reception and Social Change. London: Routledge. The idea for the book came before the 2015 EATS Conference. Interestingly several presentations at the EATS Conference in Krakow echoed the book really well. The keynote speech delivered by Professor Chris Berry is included in the volume as a chapter. The keynote speech delivered by Professor Gary Rawnsley also informed the concept of Taiwan's soft power through the international reception of its cinema. The fruitful discussions during the conference helped further enhance both the depth and breadth of this book.

  145. Rawnsley, Ming-yeh T. Rawnsley (2020). Politics of the Everyday: Taiwanese-language Cinema of the 1950s and 1960s. In: Journal of Chinese Cinemas. For details see Berry, Chris and Rawnsley, Mingyeh T. (eds.) June 2020 Special Issue “Taiwanese-language films (taiyupian).”

  146. Rawnsley, Ming-yeh T. (ed.), (March 2018– ). The International Journal of Taiwan Studies (IJTS). The IJTS, published twice a year (March and September) since 2018, is co-sponsored by EATS and Academia Sinica, supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Taiwan), and published by Brill. Its Editorial Office is hosted by the Centre of Taiwan Studies, SOAS, University of London.

  147. Rawnsley, Ming-Yeh (2017). A Conversation with Taiwanese Filmmaker Wei Te-sheng. In: Chiu, Kuei-fen; Rawnsley, Ming-yeh T. and Rawnsley, Gary D. (eds.) Taiwan Cinema: International Reception and Social Change, 193–202. New York, London: Routledge.

  148. Rawnsley, Ming-Yeh (2017). Cultural translation between “local” and “international”: The Golden Harvest Award in Taiwan. In: Berry, Chris and Robinson, Luke (eds.) Chinese Film Festivals: Sites of Translation, 57–78. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

  149. Rawnsley, Ming-yeh; Fell, Dafydd, and Cheng, Isabelle (2020). Introduction of the International Journal of Taiwan Studies, European Association of Taiwan Studies, and the Centre of Taiwan Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London 倫敦大學亞非學院臺灣研究中心與《臺灣研究國 際學刊》及歐洲臺灣研究協會的現況介紹. 漢學研究通訊 39(2): 14-21.

  150. Rawnsley, Ming-Yeh; Feng, Chien-san; Smyth, James and Sullivan, Jonathan (2018). The Media in Democratic Taiwan. In: Sullivan, Jonathan and Lee, Chun-yi (eds.) A New Era in Democratic Taiwan: Trajectories and Turning Points in Politics and Cross-Strait Relations. New York, London: Routledge.

  151. Rigger, Shelley (2018). Studies on Taiwan’s Democracy and Democratisation. In: The International Journal of Taiwan Studies 1(1): 141-160.

  152. Roncati, Rossella (2020). Repubblica di Cina o Taiwan? Lineamenti storici di una realtà linguistica, culturale, politica. In: Clionet. Per un senso del tempo e dei luoghi. 4 (14/06/2020). In this article the author explores the historical, geographical and political background of the Republic of China. Conducting a diachronic analysis, the article also explores the historiographical debate on the topic.

  153. Seeberg, Michael (2018). Curbing the Resource Curse: Mongolian Democracy’s Associational Ally. In: Taiwan Journal of Democracy 14, No. 2: 73-96.

  154. Shei, Chris (ed.), (forthcoming, 2021). Taiwan: Manipulation of Ideology and Struggle for Identity. New York and London: Routledge.

  155. Simon, Scott (2020). A Little Bird Told Me: Changing Human-Bird Relations on a Formosan Indigenous Territory. In: Anthropologica 62(1): 70-84.

  156. Simon, Scott (2020). History of the Conquered: Rethinking Historiography with Indigenous Peoples on Formosa. In: Paul Servais (ed.) Connaissons-nous la Chine?: 183 – 199. Louvain-la-Neuve : Academia-L’Harmattan à Louvain-la-Neuve.

  157. Simon, Scott (2020). Making God’s Country: A Phenomenological Approach to Christianity among the Sediq-Truku of Taiwan. In: Fell, Daffyd (ed.) Taiwan’s Contemporary Indigenous Peoples. New York, London: Routledge.

  158. Simon, Scott (2020). Yearning for Recognition: Indigenous Formosans and the Limits of Indigeneity. In: International Journal of Taiwan Studies 3(2).

  159. Simon, Scott (2018). Ontologies of Taiwan Studies, Indigenous Studies, and Anthropology. In: International Journal of Taiwan Studies 1(1): 11-35.

  160. Simon, Scott (2018). Penser avec des oiseaux: L’ornithologie et l’autochtonie à Taïwan. In: Anthropologie et Sociétés 42 (2-3): 151-169.

  161. Simon, Scott (2017). All Our Relations: Indigenous Rights Movements in Contemporary Taiwan. In Fell, Daffyd Fell (ed.) Taiwan’s Social Movements under Ma Ying-jeou, 236-257. New York, London: Routledge.

  162. Sterk, Darryl (2020). Ecologising Seediq: Towards an Ecology of an Endangered Indigenous Language from Taiwan. In: The International Journal of Taiwan Studies 3(1): 1-18.

  163. Storm, Carsten (2019). Countervisions: Exotic Voyages in the Work of Hou Hsiao-hsien and Edward Yang. In: B. Chang and P. Lin (eds.) Positioning Taiwan in a Global Context: Being and Becoming, 211-227. London: Routledge.

  164. Storm, Carsten (ed.), (2018). Connecting Taiwan: Participation–Integration–Impacts. London: Routledge (Research on Taiwan Series).

  165. Storm, Carsten (2018). Exporting Values or Exoticizing? Lee Ang and Global Cinema. In: C. Storm (ed.) Connecting Taiwan: Participation–Integration–Impacts, 169–188. London: Routledge.

  166. Storm, Carsten (2018). Framing Connectivity: Concepts and the Case of Taiwan. In: C. Storm (ed.) Connecting Taiwan: Participation–Integration–Impacts, 8–38. London: Routledge.

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  168. Storm, Carsten (2017). Mapping Imaginary Spaces in Li Yongping’s 李永平 Jiling Chronicles 吉陵春秋. In: SOS Studia Orientalna Slovaca, 16.2: 1–38.

  169. Storm, Carsten and Pei-yin Lin (2020). Modernism and Postmodernism in Chinese Literature. Oxford Bibliographies in Chinese Studies (online resource). Half of this is related to Taiwan.

  170. Sullivan, Jonathan, (2018). The co-evolution of Media and Politics in Taiwan: Implications for Political Communications. In: International Journal of Taiwan Studies 2(1): 85-110.

  171. Sullivan, Jonathan and Lee, D. S., (2018). Soft Power Runs Into Popular : Western Media Frames Democratic Taiwan. International Journal of Taiwan Studies, 1(2): 273–300.

  172. Sullivan, Jonathan; Rawnsley, Ming-Yeh T; Feng, Chien-san and Smyth, James (2018). The media in democratic Taiwan. In: Jonathan Sullivan and Chun-yi Lee (eds.) A New Era in Democratic Taiwan: Trajectories and Turning Points in Politics and Cross-Strait Relations. The article was a result of attending an annual Taiwan conference organised in Nottingham by EATS Board member, Dr. Chun-yi Lee.

  173. Sun, Lixin (2020). Ernst Faber un Richard Wilhelm: Unterschiedliche Perspektiven zweier Missionare auf China. In: Damm, Jens and Hauke Neddermann (eds.) Berliner China-Hefte/Chinese History and Society 51, Special Edition “Intercultural Dialogue across Borders: China between Tradition and Modernity.”

  174. Tamburo, Elisa (2018). Authoritarianism in the Living Room: Everyday Disciplines, Senses, and Morality in Taiwan's Military Villages. The Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 47(2): 137–163.

  175. Tischer, Jacob (2018). Mazu Nation: Pilgrimages, Political Practice, and the Ritual Construction of National Space in Taiwan. In: Global Politics Review 4(2): 6-28.

  176. Tsai, Lin-chin (2019). Ecological Redistribution and Historical Sustainability in Wu Ming-yi's Two Novels 生態再分配與歷史永續性:論吳明益長篇小說《複眼人》與《單車失竊記》. In: Tamkang Review 50(1): 25-51.

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  179. Wan, Tsung-lun Alan (2020). Language Revitalization and Perceived Language Shift: A Case of Kinmenese Hokkien. In: Damm, Jens and Hauke Neddermann (eds.) Berliner China-Hefte/Chinese History and Society 51, Special Edition “Intercultural Dialogue across Borders: China between Tradition and Modernity.”

  180. Wang, Klavier (2018). Book Review: Taiwan and the ‘China Impact’: Challenges and Opportunities, edited by Gunter Schubert. In: International Journal of Taiwan Studies 1(2): 402-403 The book was launched at the 2016 EATS annual conference.

  181. Yau, Hon-min (2019). An Assessment of Cyberpower within the Triangular Relations of Taiwan–US–China and Its Implications. In: International Journal of Taiwan Studies 2(2): 264-291. An earlier draft of the paper was presented and discussed at an EATS annual conference between 2016-2018 as the author attended the EATS conferences regularly during his PhD research period.

  182. Zani, Beatrice (2020). Book Review: A New Era in Democratic Taiwan: Trajectories and Turning Points in Politics and Cross-Strait Relations, edited by Jonathan Sullivan and Chun-Yi Lee. In: International Journal of Taiwan Studies 3(1): 180-183. The book was launched at the 2019 EATS annual conference.

  183. Zani, Beatrice (2020). In-between. Re-migration, Orbital Mobilities and Emotional Circulations of Chinese Women from Taiwan back to China. Special Issue “The Invisible Within: Actors, Relationships and Activities in Chinese Migrant Families,” guest-edited by Momesso, L. and Cheng, I. In: Asian Pacific Viewpoint.

  184. Zani, Beatrice (2020). WeChat We Sell We Feel. Chinese migrant women’s Emotional Petit Capitalism. Special Issue “Migration, Digital Media and Emotion,” guest-edited by S. Ponzanesi and D. D. Alinejad. In: International Journal of Cultural Studies.

  185. Zani, Beatrice (2018). Gendered Transnational Ties and Multipolar Economies: Chinese Migrant Women WeChat Commerce in Taiwan. Special Section “Rethinking Transnationalism in the Global World: Contested State, Society, Border, and the People in between,” guest-edited by Cheng, I and L. Momesso. In: International Migration 2019(3). First published in October 2018.

  186. Zani, Beatrice (2018). Trapped in Migration. Migratory Careers and Entrepreneurial Creativity of Chinese Migrant Women in Taiwan, In: China Perspectives, 2018/1-2: 75-85.

  187. Zemanek, Adina (2020). Gender, Power and the Gaze in the Taiwanese TV Series Falling (2013). In: Damm, Jens and Hauke Neddermann (eds.) Berliner China-Hefte/Chinese History and Society 51, Special Edition “Intercultural Dialogue across Borders: China between Tradition and Modernity.”

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  192. Zemanek, Adina (2017). Taiwaneseness Revisited: Lasting Themes and New Trends in Contemporary Popular Culture. In: East Asian Journal of Popular Culture 3(2): 139-152.