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The Henry Luce Foundation/ACLS Program in China Studies: Collaborative Reading-Workshop Grants

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The Henry Luce Foundation/ACLS Program in China Studies seeks to maintain the vitality of China Studies in the US through fellowships and grants designed primarily for scholars early in their careers.

Collaborative Reading-Workshop Grants provide opportunities for scholars of different disciplines to share in-depth investigation of texts that are essential points of entry to Chinese periods, traditions, communities, or events in contemporary or historical times.

This program is made possible by a generous grant from The Henry Luce Foundation.

Read more about this fellowship program.

Please note: affiliations shown are as of time of award. Please click on fellows' names for current information.

Administrative Documents from the Three Kingdoms State of Wu Excavated at Zoumalou, Changsha   | Abstract
Brian G. Lander
Brian G. Lander

Postdoctoral Fellow, Anthropology, Harvard University

Is There a Socialist Way of Governing in China? Governing as a Social Practice in the PRC   | Abstract
Fabio Lanza
Fabio Lanza

Associate Professor, History/East Asian Studies, University of Arizona

Literary and Historical Approaches to Fifth Century Historical Documents   | Abstract
Zeb Raft
Zeb Raft

Assistant Professor, Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy, Academia Sinica

Records of the Dead, Records for the Living: Reading Muzhiming   | Abstract
Ping Yao
Ping Yao

Professor, History, California State University, Los Angeles

Re-envisioning the Nation: Texts from Occupied China, 1932-1945   | Abstract
Norman Smith
Norman Smith

Professor, History, University of Guelph

Texts on Calligraphy by Zhang Huaiguan   | Abstract
Peter C. Sturman
Peter C. Sturman

Professor, History of Art and Architecture, University of California, Santa Barbara

Towards a Scholarly Edition of the Tarikh-i Hamidi, a Chaghatay Chronicle of Modern Xinjiang   | Abstract
Eric T. Schluessel
Eric T. Schluessel

Doctoral Candidate, East Asian Languages and Civilizations, Harvard University