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Themes of research and relevant institutesThe European Research Center on Contemporary Taiwan (ERCCT)The European Research Center on Contemporary Taiwan (ERCCT), formally established on June 1st, 2008, is jointly financed by the University of Tuebingen (Germany) and the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange (Taiwan). Its major objective is to promote postgraduate social science research on contemporary Taiwan, most notably in the areas of politics and law, economics, society and cross-strait relations.Website
Themes of research and relevant institutesNorth American Taiwan Studies AssociationNATSA was drafted and ratified at the first annual conference at Yale University in June 1994. This constitution specified the goals, organizational structures, and functions of the NATSA. According to the constitution, the president and other members of the planning committee are to be elected at every annual meeting.Website
Themes of research and relevant institutesInternational Center for Tainan Area Humanities and Social Science ResearchThe aim of the center is to promote the humanities research in Tainan area. Website
Themes of research and relevant institutesTaiwan Aboriginal Art (collected by Yang-Grevot)A comprehensive collection of Taiwanese aboriginal artifacts and systemized introduction.Website
Themes of research and relevant institutesFormosa 19th Century ImagesThis digital library gathers together a large body of primarily European and American images of the island of Taiwan – called "Formosa" by foreign visitors in the nineteenth century – and its various peoples, natural resources, wildlife, and built environment. These textual and visual representations, maps, and linguistic data were originally published in European and North American books and journals during the 19th century.Website
Themes of research and relevant institutesThe East Asia Image Collection (EAIC)The East Asia Image Collection (EAIC) is an open-access archive of digitized photographs, negatives, postcards, rare books and slides under the general editorship of Paul D. Barclay, Associate Professor of History, Lafayette College and the direction of Eric Luhrs, Director of Digital Scholarship Services, Lafayette College Library. Website
Themes of research and relevant institutesCenter for Chinese StudiesThe Center is managed by a director and vice director, with the head of the National Central Library serving in the director's position. The Center's mission is to promote Chinese studies, encourage cooperation and exchange among Sinologists in Taiwan and abroad, and provide research services. The Center's activities can be divided into the following categories:
1. Collection of Chinese studies resources.
2. Provision of reference and research services.
3. Coverage of Chinese studies trends.
4. Compilation of bibliographies.
5. Promotion of research projects.
6. Publication of Sinological works.
7. Compilation of information on Sinologists.
8. Provision of grants for Sinological research in Taiwan.
9. Holding of academic activities.
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Themes of research and relevant institutesThe Institute of Taiwan History, Academia SinicaITH aims to reconstruct the reality of Taiwan’s historical development from macro and micro perspectives. It endeavors to explore the characteristics of Taiwanese society through comparison with relevant regions in East Asia and the world. With its promotion of integrated approach to Taiwan studies, ITH hopes to make genuine contribution to the theoretical innovation in humanities and social sciences.Website
Themes of research and relevant institutesTaiwan Studies Center (TSC), National Chengchi University (NCCU)TSC claims self as the role of civil think-tank which provides the consulting services and becomes the international distinguished academic institution in the field of Taiwan studies. The center’s visions are:
1. The localization of international academic fruits on Taiwan studies.
2. The elaboration of the local academic fruits on Taiwan studies.
3. The internationalization of the local academic fruits on Taiwan studies.
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Themes of research and relevant instituteshe Center for Taiwan Studies at the College of Liberal Arts, National Taiwan University (NTU)The Center for Taiwan Studies at the College of Liberal Arts, National Taiwan University (NTU) was established with approval from the NTU Administrative Committee in July 2011. The main goal of the Center is to serve as an information platform for interdisciplinary cooperation and international exchange concerning Taiwan studies. The primary work of the Center is as follows: (1) the integration of resources from various disciplines and fields, (2) the international promotion of Taiwan studies, (3) the encouragement of students and researchers to participate in the work of Taiwan studies, and (4) the publication of various book series on Taiwan studies.Website

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