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His-Chu Bolick
NameHis-Chu Bolick
Highest DegreeMA in Department of Library and information Studies, University of Louisiana
E-mailbolick@email.unc.edu
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Research FocusDevelopment and research projects make knowledge about the history, society, and culture of Taiwan in the state of North Carolina more broadly available, and promote a closer relationship with the Taiwan National Central Library through library cooperation and resource-sharing.
Research projectsEast Asian Collections of The library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has eight databases and publishes material on Taiwan Studies for UNC researchers. The previously China-centric research and teaching agenda has been enlivened and infused with topics and academic plans that include Taiwan since 2013.

Morten Schlutter
NameMorten Schlutter
Highest DegreePhD in Religious Studies(Yale University)
E-mailMorten-schlutter@uiowa.edu
Webpagehttps://clas.uiowa.edu/religion/people/morten-schlutter
Research FocusChinese Religions, Buddhist Studies
His research interests center broadly on Chinese Buddhism (especially Chan Buddhism) and Chinese religions, and he has worked on a number of different topics and periods, employing a range of methodologies.
Research projectsEnhancing the Understanding of Taiwan through Exchanges in Art and Humanities

Tze-Lan Sang
NameTze-Lan Sang
Highest DegreePh.D., Comparative Literature, University of California, Berkeley
E-mailtzelan@msu.edu
Webpagehttp://linglang.msu.edu/people/faculty/tzelan/
Research FocusShe teaches classes on modern Chinese literature and visual culture. Her current research focuses on three areas: 1) Chinese popular fiction in a larger web of urban entertainment culture during the first half of the twentieth century; 2) Chinese cinema—especially independent documentary films—from Taiwan, Hong Kong, and mainland China; and 3) representations of postindustrial cities.
Research projectsMOE Taiwan Studies Project

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