Taiwan Colloquium

During the summer and winter terms, all ERCCT Research Fellows and Visiting Scholars meet weekly in the Taiwan-Colloquium to discuss their research projects. Project ideas and intended field studies will be communicated, applied theory and methodology scrutinized and empirical findings gathered in the field critically assessed. The Visiting Scholars play an important role here, as they not only evaluate the Fellow's projects but also present their own research and subject it to open academic debate.

Taiwan Colloquium Articles Archive

Deng Xiaodong presented research in Taiwan Colloquium

Posted on May, 14 2018

Deng Xiaodong

Deng Xiaodong, visiting the ERCCT as a guest doctoral fellow, has presented his research to ERCCT Fellows in the Taiwan Colloquium on Monday, May 14, 2018. His doctoral research project focuses on the formation of attitudes towards China among Taiwan's younger generations and thus easily sparked a lively discussion among ERCCT Fellows. 

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Visiting Fellow Dr. Nee Sheejay presented his research in the Taiwan Colloquium

Posted on Feb, 09 2018

George Nee

On February 9, 2018, our Visiting Fellow Dr. Nee Sheejay 倪世傑 from the Institute of Political Science, National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung, presented his reseach on Taiwanese Discourses of economic inequality in the Taiwan Colloquium. 

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Dr. Nee will Present His Research Definitively on Friday, Feb. 09, 2018

Posted on Feb, 05 2018

On Friday, February 9, 2018, our Visiting Fellow Dr. Nee Sheejay 倪世傑 from the Institute of Political Science, National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung, will present his reseach on Taiwanese Discourses of Social Inequality in a session of the Taiwan Colloquium.

Monika Arnoštová presented her research in the Taiwan Colloquium

Posted on Feb, 02 2018

Monika Arnostova

Monika Arnoštová from the School of Sociology & Population Studies at Renmin University of China presented her Ph.D. project on the overtime work culture among white collar workers of Beijing and her plans of extension of this research to cover similar phenomena in Taiwan on Friday, February 2, 2018, in a session of the Taiwan Colloquium. 

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Monika Arnoštová will Present Her Research in Taiwan Colloquium

Posted on Jan, 29 2018

On Friday, February 2, 2018, our Short-Term Resident Fellow Monika Arnoštová from the School of Sociology & Population ...

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Taiwan Colloquium by Visiting Scholar Chen Don-yun was Held on January 26

Posted on Jan, 26 2018

Chen Don-yun

Visiting Prof. Chen Don-yun (Dept. of Public Administration, NCCU) presented his current research project in a session of the Taiwan Colloquium on Friday, January 26, 2018, to ERCCT Fellows, thus giving insight into the question of "Who Wants and Who Can Become Public Servants in Taiwan?" and illuminating this through "Empirical Observations from the Third Taiwan Government Bureaucrats Survey, TGBS III"

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Elisa Tamburo presented her research project in the Taiwan Colloquium

Posted on Jan, 19 2018

Elisa Tamburo

On Friday, 19 January 2018, ERCCT Resident Fellow Elisa Tamburo presented her current research project in the Taiwan Colloquium to an interested audience. Her talk, titled "Moving Home: place, identity, and the politics of relocation in urban Taiwan", was followed by a lively discussion.

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Guo Sheng-ping presented research in Taiwan Colloquium

Posted on Jan, 12 2018

Guo Sheng-Ping

On January 12, 2018, Short-Term Resident Fellow Guo Sheng-ping 郭勝平 from Emmanuel College of the University of Toronto presented his Ph.D. research project to ERCCT Fellows in this year's first session of the Taiwan Colloquium. His presentation was entitled "The Bread of Life Christian Church (Ling Liang Tang) in the Global Landscape of Christianity: Issues in Identity Negotiation, Spiritual Practice, and Cultural Accommodation, 1942-2017". 

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