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Comparative Perspectives on Chinese Culture and Society Grantees

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ACLS offers a program of support for collaborative work in China studies, funded by the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange.

Awards are made to proposals adopting an explicitly cross-cultural or comparative perspective: projects that, for example, compare aspects of Chinese history and culture with those of other nations and civilizations, explore the interaction of these nations and civilizations, or engage in cross-cultural research on the relations among the diverse and shifting populations of China. Proposals are expected to be empirically grounded, theoretically informed, and methodologically explicit.

Read more about this program. This program was formerly known as New Perspectives on Chinese Culture and Society.

Changes in Criminal Justice: Comparing the PRC, Taiwan and South Korea   | Abstract
Flora Sapio
Flora Sapio

Research Associate, Law, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Maritime Frontiers in Asia: Indigenous Communities and State Control in South China and Southeast Asia, 2000 BCE to 1800 CE   | Abstract
Kathlene Baldanza
Kathlene Baldanza

Assistant Professor, History, Pennsylvania State University

On China's Margin? The Emergence of an "East Asian" Culture   | Abstract
Janet Muifong Dudley
Janet Muifong Dudley

Professor, English, City University of New York, College of Staten Island

Political Representation of Women in Asia   | Abstract
Netina Tan
Netina Tan

Assistant Professor, Political Science, McMaster University

Rethinking Ritual: Chinese Performance in Asian Historical and Comparative Contexts   | Abstract
Andrea S. Goldman
Andrea S. Goldman

Professor, History, University of California, Los Angeles

Standards of Validity in Late Imperial China   | Abstract
Ari Daniel Levine
Ari Daniel Levine

Associate Professor, History, University of Georgia

The Chinese Railroad Workers of North America Project   | Abstract
Gordon H. Chang
Gordon H. Chang

Professor, History, Stanford University