The EATS Research and Publication Grant is established in 2021. The grant supports a wide range of activities relevant to Taiwan Studies, as proposed by the applicant, involving research or publication done before the end of the year.

Please see here for our call for applications for 2024

Winners of the 2023 EATS Research and Publication Grant are:

  • Ahmet Yiğitalp TULG, Independent Researcher, “The Evolution and Examination of Popular Opinions Toward Taiwan and China Across Different Regions of the World”.  
  • Sophia Huei-Ling Chen, University of Sydney, “Stratified Other and Unlikely Narrator: Indonesian Migrant Worker Literature in Taiwan”.
  • Yi-Chuan Chiu 邱奕銓, Oxford University, “Why Does Taiwan Matter to Europe? Examining British, French, and German Perspectives on Nancy Pelosi’s Visit to Taiwan in 2022”.

Winners of the 2022 EATS Research and Publication Grant are:

  • Tonny Dian EFFENDI, Sun Yat-Sen University, “Reciprocal Asymmetric Relationship in Taiwan-Indonesia Educational Relations”.
  • HOU Ying-Chun, University of Central Lancashire, “Community-Led Urban Planning Reform under Developmental-State Planning System–a Study of Taipei, Taiwan”.
  • JIANG Hao-Ran, Chinese University of Hong Kong, “State of Exception, Chineseness, Biopolitics: Music Censorship in Taiwan’s Martial Law Era”.
  • Ratih KABINAWA, University of Western Australia, “Protection, Image, and Identity: Transnational Activism of Southeast Asian Migrant Workers and Associations in Taiwan”.
  • LIU Tang-Sian, National Taiwan University “The Voices of Taiwan Indigenous Queer Subject: the Intersectionality of Race, Gender and Sexuality“.
  • LU Tsai-Ying, Maastricht University, “A Historical Review of the Knowledge Dissemination of the Dutch Harbour Planning in the Kaohsiung Port’s Extension”.
  • TU Shu-Wei, Graduate Institute of Taiwan Literature, National Taiwan University, “Heterogeneity, Hybridity and Sinophone: The Aesthetics of Modern Taiwanese Poetry in 21st Century”.
  • Adina ZEMANEK, University of Central Lancashire, “Taiwan On-Air Podcast Series: ‘Taiwan Across Media’”.

Winners of the 2021 EATS Research and Publication Grant are:

  • Li Wen-chi (University of Zurich, Asian Oriental Institute), Taiwanese Literature as World Literature
  • Chang Ti-Han (UCLan), Taiwan on-air podcast series “Recentring the Margins: Storytelling of an Alternative Taiwan”
  • Marinaccio Julia Christine (University of Bergen), Taiwan’s Enduring Controversy on Absentee Voting in the Context of Cross-Strait Relations
  • Zeng Yi (Lingnan University), Tolerance or Freedom? The Space Politics of Hu Shih Memorial Hall in Democratic Taiwan
  • Liu Mikki Ruo-Fan (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Envision Opportunity: Social Class, The Activation of College Knowledge, and Unequal Destinies in Taiwan’s Post-Admissions Era
  • Li Ho-Fai (University of Hong Kong), Community-based mitigation of climate change in Taiwan: a case study of solar community
  • Chiang Shou-Chun (Pennsylvania State University), Bidirectional Associations among Marital Relationship, Parent-Child Relationship, and Depression among Taiwanese Adolescents
  • Lu Hui-Hua (University of Exeter), Alice’s Adventures in Taiwan: Through the translation of Wonderland and What Alice Found There.
  • Li, Anthony Ho-fai (The University of Hong Kong), Community-based mitigation of climate change in Taiwan: a case study of solar community
  • Buonomo, Daniele Mario (University of Milan-Bicocca), Global Practices and Traditional Knowledge between Italy, China and Taiwan. A Case Study of TCM in Milan
  • Chen, Ashley Deng-Yu (University of Ottawa), The Lingering Patriots: An Ethnography of Chinese Nationalists in Post-Authoritarian Taiwan
  • Zhu, Yifei (Freie Universität Berlin), Post-Developmentalism Across Border: An Institutionalist Explanation of Taiwan’s Liberal-Oriented Economic Policy toward China between 1990 and 2016
  • Kyong Yong Francis Yoon (Freie Universität Berlin), A Comparative Study on the Employment Patterns of High-Skill Workers in Online Gaming Firms in Taiwan and Korea
  • Chiang, Shou-Chun (Pennsylvania State University), Bidirectional Associations among Marital Relationship, Parent-Child Relationship, and Depression among Taiwanese Adolescents
  • Tsai Tsung-lung (National Chung Cheng University), ‘See You, Lovable Strangers’
  • Ming-yeh Rawnsley (School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London), The Encyclopedia of Taiwan Studies: Film & Documentary Section