Fellows Archive

Weiti Chen 陳瑋荻

Northern Arizona University, Instructor

Years of Affiliation: Hou Family Fellow from 2017-2018

During her time at the Fairbank Center, Weiti Chen will work on a project entitled “Empire, Migration, and Social Mobility: Taiwanese Physicians in Japan’s ‘Great East Asia’.” This project will examine the educationRead More

Chih-wei Chung

Hou Family Fellow

Years of Affiliation: Hou Family Fellow from 2016-2017

Chih-wei Chung is a Ph.D. candidate in Taiwan Literature at National Taiwan University. His research interests center around Sinophone Studies, particularly the realm of Taiwanese literature. He will be working on “Heteroglossia andRead More

Jennifer Hsieh
Jennifer Hsieh

Jennifer Hsieh 謝若鈴

University of Amsterdam

Jennifer Hsieh holds a Ph.D. in anthropology from Stanford University and comes to the Fairbank Center from the University of Amsterdam where she was a Vossius Fellow. She will be working on a project entitled “From Festival to Decibel: MakingRead More

Zi-qiao Yang
Zi-qiao Yang

Lawrence Zi-Qiao Yang 楊子樵

University of California, Berkeley

Lawrence Zi-Qiao Yang received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley. His research project, “Speculative Statecraft: Logistical Media and the Culture of the Chinese Cold War, 1945-1978,” examines the “1949 divide” created by the Chinese Civil War.

Research Interests: CinemaRead More

Wen-Yi Huang
Wen-Yi Huang

Wen-Yi Huang 黃文儀

McGill University

Wen-Yi Huang received her Ph.D. from McGill University in Chinese History. Her research focuses on the history of migration in early medieval China and the environmental history of the Huai River in pre-modern China.

Research Interests: Early-medieval China, migration, environmental history

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Ted Huang
Ted Huang

Jaw-nian (Ted) Huang

Hou Family Fellow

Years of Affiliation: Hou Family Fellow from 2016-2017

Jaw-Nian Huang received a Ph.D. in political science from the University of California, Riverside. He is interested in taking a political economy perspective on the potential impacts that China’s economic rise might haveRead More

Su-Yon Lee 李時雍

National Taiwan University, Ph.D. Candidate

Years of Affiliation: Hou Family Fellow from 2017-2018

Su-Yon Lee is a late-stage Ph.D. candidate at National Taiwan University and works in Chinese literature. He pursues this subject both academically and professionally, as he is also the Chief Editor at theRead More

Wendy Leutert
Wendy Leutert

Wendy Leutert 吕丽云

University of Pennsylvania

Wendy Leutert received her Ph.D. in Government from Cornell University. Her research focuses on the evolution of Chinese state-owned enterprises - from state-run factories during the Mao era to today’s partially-privatized multinational corporations. Previously, she was a Postdoctoral Fellow atRead More

Elizabeth Lord 柳伊

University of Toronto, Ph.D. 2017

Years of Affiliation: An Wang Postdoctoral Fellow from 2017-2018

As an An Wang Postdoctoral Fellow, Elizabeth Lord brings an expertise in human geography to the Fairbank Center. Her research seeks to understand China’s contemporary environment, examine the relationship between environmental changeRead More

Donald Sturgeon
Donald Sturgeon

Donald Sturgeon 德龙

College Fellow

Years of Affiliation: Digital Humanities and Social Sciences Postdoctoral Fellow from 2015-2016; An Wang Postdoctoral Fellow from 2016-2017

Donald Sturgeon's research project, "Big Data and Early China: Corpus-Assisted Interpretation of Classical Chinese," develops and evaluates fully automated methods for analyzing theRead More

Malcolm Thompson
Malcolm Thompson

Malcolm Thompson 湯邁且

University of British Columbia

Malcolm Thompson received his Ph.D. from the University of British Columbia in Modern Chinese History. His current research focuses on the “population problem” in its connection to issues of economic development in the twentieth century, late imperial Chinese statecraft, andRead More

Amy Zhang
Amy Zhang

Amy Zhang

An Wang Postdoctoral Fellow

Years of Affiliation: An Wang Postdoctoral Fellow from 2016-2017

Amy is an environmental and urban anthropologist with an interest in science and technology studies working in contemporary China. Her research focuses primarily on two themes: environmental and material culture, and theRead More

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