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

Lee Yi-Ching to Present Research in Taiwan Colloquium

Posted on Jan, 27 2017

Lee Yi-Ching 李宜卿 from the Department of Political Science at National Taiwan University, who is currently staying at the ERCCT on a scholarship of the DAAD Sandwich programme until September 2017, will report on her Ph.D. research project about comparing energy transition processes in Taiwan and Germany in...

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Huang Kai-Shen Introduced His Ph.D. Project

Posted on Jan, 20 2017

Huang Kai-shen

On Friday, January 20, 2017 Short-Term Resident Fellow Huang Kai-Shen 黃凱紳 introduced one part of his Ph.D. research project to ERCCT Fellows in the first session of the Taiwan Colloquium this year. His presentation was headed "Environmentalism and its Political Confrontations in Taiwan".

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Huang Kai-Shen to Present his Research in Taiwan Colloquium

Posted on Jan, 16 2017

Huang  Kai-shen

Huang Kai-shen (黃凱紳) who is currently staying at the ERCCT under the framework of the Short-Term Resident Fellow Programme will present his research on an anthropological analysis of Taiwan's parliamentarism in the first session of the Taiwan Colloquium in 2017 on Friday, January 20.

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Dr. Remmert presented her research in a public talk

Posted on Jan, 11 2017

Dr. Remmert

On December 22, 2016, ERCCT Research Fellow Dr. Désirée Remmert presented her postdoctoral research project titled "Fate and the Life Course - An International Comparison of the Impact of Notions of Fate, Choice and the Agency on Subjective Well-Being among Urban Taiwanese" in the year's final Taiwan Colloquium.

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Dr. Remmert to present research project

Posted on Dec, 22 2016

Désirée Remmert

On Thursday, 22 December 2016, Dr. Désirée Remmert will present her current postdoctoral research project ("Fate and the Life Course - An International Comparison of the Impact of Notions of Fate, Choice and the Agency on Subjective Well-Being among Urban Taiwanese") in the Taiwan Colloquium at 6 p.m.

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Dr. Chen Yueh-Ching Presented Research Project

Posted on Dec, 16 2016

Chen Yueh-Ching

Dr. Chen Yueh-Ching 陳月卿 from the Institute of Political Science at National Sun Yat-Sen University in Kaohsiung has presented her research project "The Impact of Social Movements on Constitutional Systems - A Comparison between Taiwan and France" to ERCCT Fellows in a session of the Taiwan Collloquium on Friday, December 16, 2016. Upon presentation, the fellows discussed it very vividly with Dr. Chen. 

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Prof. Wang Hong-zen Held Taiwan Colloquium

Posted on Nov, 11 2016

Wang Hong-zen

Under the headline "Small Signals fomr the Alienated Land: labour regimes in Taiwanese factories in Vietnam" Visiting Scholar Professor Wang Hong-zen 王宏仁 from the Department of Sociology at National Sun Yat-sen University in Kaohsiung presented the theoretical and epistemological approach to his research on labour control and resistance in Taiwanese-owned factories in Vietnam to the ERCCT fellows in a session of the Taiwan Colloquium on Friday, November 11, 2016. 

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Public Lecture by Resident Fellow Dr. Tseng Yu-Chin

Posted on Nov, 07 2016

Our Resident Fellow Dr. Tseng Yu-Chin 曾育勤 will hold a...

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