EATS is conscious of the importance of nurturing young scholars. Hence the Association has established the Young Scholar Award (YSA) since 2011. The quality of the papers produced by the participating emerging scholars has been so encouraging that the Association is determined to continue the practice.
We will announce the applications for 2019 YSA in due course.
The winners of the EATS Young Scholar Award each year are as follows:
We had 15 applications to YSA in 2018, the highest number to date. All submissions were double blind reviewed. The external reviewers' comments helped the EATS Board select three finalists to attend the EATS Annual Conference in Zurich for presentation. After a vigorous two-step assessment based on the written paper and oral presentation:
Many congratulations to all our YSA winners!
- The joint 1st Prize (1000 euro) went to Chen-yu Lin (University of Liverpool) on "Tale of Two Versions: Censorship Attitude of the UK-Based Chinese Students Towards Taiwanese Popular Music"
- The joint 1st Prize (1000 euro) went to Jessica Marinaccio ( Victoria University of Wellington) on "James Clifford’s "Indigenous Articulations" as Traveling Theory?: The Search for Sustainability in Theorizing Taiwan’s Indigenous and Han Populations"
- The 3rd Prize (600 euro) went to Magdalena Maslakova (Masaryk University) on "George Leslie MacKay as a Pioneer of Sustainable Taiwanese Christian Society".
For the first time, we widened the eligibility of YSA and doubled the monetary award. After a vigorous process of two-step assessment
Many congratulations to all the YSA winners!
- The 1st Prize (1000 euro) goes to Klavier Wong (Education University of Hong Kong) on "Legacy, Habitus, and Repertoires: A comparative study of anti-eviction movements in Hong Kong and Taiwan"
- The joint 2nd Prize (500 euro each) goes to Naomi Kojen (National Chiao Tung University) on "Translating Collective Memory: Perspectives on Taiwanese identity in the arts of Chen Chieh-jen and Wu Tien-chang" and
- also Vivian Szu-chin Chih (Cambridge University) on "Taiwanese History and the February 28th Incident in A City of Sadness".
- For further information about the 2017 YSA Winners, see EATS News issue 10.
- Magdalena Maslakova, Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic
- Hsiao-Chiao Chiu, London School of Economics
- Weu-Chu Shih, Lumiere University Lyon 2
- For further information about the 2016 YSA Winners, see EATS News issue 8.
- Wei-lun Lu, Masaryk University
- Joycelin Yi-hsuan Lai, King's College London
- (See the photograph on the right: Lu on the left, Lai in the middle)
- For further information about the 2015 winners, please read EATS News issue 6.
- Ek-Hong Ljavakaw Sia, Political Science Institute of Tübingen University
- Lisa Bauer, University of Hildesheim
- Julia Schulz, Department of East Asian Studies, the University of Göttingen
- For further information about the 2014 winners, please read EATS News issue 4, pp.11–13.
- Lara Momesso, SOAS, University of London/ERCCT, Tubingen University
- Gwennaël Gaffric, University of Lyon 3
- For further information about the 2013 winners, please read EATS News issue 2, pp.23–25.
- Jens Sejrup, University of Copenhagen
- Isabelle Cheng, SOAS, University of London
- Simona Grano, University of Zurick
- For further information about the 2012 winners, please read EATS News issue 1, pp.23–27.
- Jerome Soldani, University of Provence, France
- Tana Dluhosova, Masaryk University, the Czech Republic
- Sigrid Winkler, Vrije Universiteit Brussel