A warm welcome to visiting fellow, Ms. Liu Yining
Posted on May, 21 2016
The ERCCT warmly welcomes Ms. Liu Yining 劉怡寧 from the Graduate Institute of Sociology at National Taiwan University. Ms. Liu stays at the ERCCT as Visiting Fellow from May 21 to June 19, 2016. We wish her a pleasant stay and good experiences in Tübingen.
Thanks and farewell to Chen Li-Yi
Posted on May, 19 2016
The ERCCT bids farewell to Chen Li-Yi our long-standing resident fellow and support team member, who has returned to Taiwan recently in order to write up his thesis and join his family. We feel highly grateful to him for eight years of indefatigable service and efficient work on our website and maintenance of...
EATS Young Scholar Award (YSA), 2017
Posted on May, 12 2016
The European Association of Taiwan Studies is now accepting paper proposals for the EATS Young Scholars Award 2017.
Sascha Zhivkov New Resident Fellow
Posted on May, 11 2016
As our latest resident fellow, Sascha Zhivkov joined the ERCCT in March 2016, to pursue a Ph.D. with a research project on Taiwan in East Asia's political economy. He is also part of the ERCCT staff and is a junior lecturer at the Department of Chinese and Korean Studies.
Visiting Fellows of the Summer Semester 2016
Posted on Apr, 26 2016
The selection of applicants for the Visiting Fellow Programme in the summer semester of 2016 has been finalized and we may announce that Dr. Hsia Chuan-Wei (夏傳位), from the Institute of Sociology...
Full House at the screening of the film "Children of the Sun"
Posted on Apr, 21 2016
More than 100 people were present at the screening of the Taiwanese film "Children of the Sun" at the cinema Arsenal in Tübingen on April 20.
Prof. Ann Heylen concludes short-term research stay
Posted on Apr, 15 2016
Professor Ann Heylen from the Department of Taiwan Culture, Languages and Literature at the National Taiwan Normal University in Taipei stayed at the ERCCT for a short-term research visit.
2017 Research Grant for Foreign Scholars in Chinese Studies (CCS)
Posted on Apr, 13 2016
CCS offers research stipends and travel subsidies to international scholars of Chinese studies who are interested in conducting research in Taiwan. Professors, associate professors, assistant professors, doctoral candidates, as well as researchers at foreign institutions are eligible for the grant. Grants are available for periods ranging from three months to one year.