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American Research in the Humanities in China Fellows

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The Committee on Scholarly Communications with China (CSCC) Program awards grants to U.S. scholars for research in China for periods of 4-12 months. Funding for the program was provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities. The CSCC, jointly sponsored by the American Council of Learned Societies, the National Academy of Sciences, and the Social Science Research Council, was established in 1966 to promote contacts between individual American scholars and private scholarly groups and their counterparts in China.

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Terry Frederick Kleeman
Terry Frederick Kleeman|Abstract

Associate Professor, Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of Colorado Boulder - A Translation and Study of the Earliest Surviving Daoist Scripture: The Demon Statutes of Lady Blue

Chuen-Fung Wong
Chuen-Fung Wong|Abstract

Assistant Professor, Music, Macalester College - Peripheral Sentiments: Uyghur Music and Minority Nationalism in Northwest China

Ari Daniel Levine
Ari Daniel Levine|Abstract

Assistant Professor, History, University of Georgia - Cultural Memory and Urban Space in Song Dynasty Kaifeng

Everett Y. Zhang
Everett Y. Zhang|Abstract

Assistant Professor, Anthropology, University of Buffalo, State University of New York - Reconstructing the Local World after the Sichuan Earthquake: The Role of Mourning Rituals

Kenneth M. Swope
Kenneth M. Swope|Abstract

Assistant Professor, History, Ball State University - The Military Collapse of China's Ming Dynasty, 1620-1644