Taiwan Studies Programme

Events

Upcoming events

When Authors meet Critics: TJD special issue online launch

Date
20 October 2021 (14:00-15:30)
Location:
Online registration
Description
When writers meet Critics: Taiwan Journal of Democracy special issue online launch

The Tiger Leading the Dragon: How Taiwan Propelled China's Economic Rise Book Launch

Date
28 October 2021 (16:30-18:00)
Location:
Online registration
Description
The University of Nottingham's Taiwan Studies Programme presents an online book launch by Shelley Rigger, Brown Professor of East Asian Politics and Chair of Chinese Studies at Davidson College.

UK relations with China – upholding British interests in the face of the Chinese Communist Party's diplomacy

Date
04 November 2021 (12:30-15:00)
Location:
E07 Monica Partridge Building, Hybrid Mode: Streamed online and speaker on campus, Online registration
Description
The University of Nottingham's Taiwan Studies Programme presents a Public Lecture by Charlie Parton, China Ink.(Online and on campus)UK relations with China – upholding British interests in the face of the Chinese Communist Party's diplomacy

Taiwan's Efforts in Greener politics: Domestic and International Engagements

Date
11 November 2021 (12:30-15:00)
Location:
C11 Monica Partridge Building, Online registration
Description
This talk includes Dr. Dafydd Fell's book launch on 'Taiwan's Green Parties: Alternative Politics in Taiwan' and Prof. Chien-Te Fan's talk on 'Taiwan's External Efforts to Join International Climate Change Organization'

Stigma and Hate in the Time of COVID: Migrant Rights in the Asia-Pacific

Date
18 November 2021 (12:30-15:00)
Location:
E07 Monica Partridge Building, Hybrid Mode: Streamed online and speaker on campus, Online registration
Description
A talk by Dr. Bonny Ling, Research Fellow with the Institute for Human Rights and Business and Advisory Board Member of Human Rights at Sea, onStigma and Hate in the Time of COVID: Migrant Rights in the Asia-Pacific

Previous events

2021

Stigma and Hate in the Time of COVID: Migrant Rights in the Asia-Pacific

Date
18 November 2021
Location:
E07 Monica Partridge Building, Hybrid Mode: Streamed online and speaker on campus, Online registration
Description
A talk by Dr. Bonny Ling, Research Fellow with the Institute for Human Rights and Business and Advisory Board Member of Human Rights at Sea, onStigma and Hate in the Time of COVID: Migrant Rights in the Asia-Pacific

Taiwan's Efforts in Greener politics: Domestic and International Engagements

Date
11 November 2021
Location:
C11 Monica Partridge Building, Online registration
Description
This talk includes Dr. Dafydd Fell's book launch on 'Taiwan's Green Parties: Alternative Politics in Taiwan' and Prof. Chien-Te Fan's talk on 'Taiwan's External Efforts to Join International Climate Change Organization'

UK relations with China – upholding British interests in the face of the Chinese Communist Party's diplomacy

Date
04 November 2021
Location:
E07 Monica Partridge Building, Hybrid Mode: Streamed online and speaker on campus, Online registration
Description
The University of Nottingham's Taiwan Studies Programme presents a Public Lecture by Charlie Parton, China Ink.(Online and on campus)UK relations with China – upholding British interests in the face of the Chinese Communist Party's diplomacy

The Tiger Leading the Dragon: How Taiwan Propelled China's Economic Rise Book Launch

Date
28 October 2021
Location:
Online registration
Description
The University of Nottingham's Taiwan Studies Programme presents an online book launch by Shelley Rigger, Brown Professor of East Asian Politics and Chair of Chinese Studies at Davidson College.

When Authors meet Critics: TJD special issue online launch

Date
20 October 2021
Location:
Online registration
Description
When writers meet Critics: Taiwan Journal of Democracy special issue online launch

TSP/TMU Conference Public Policy in A Time of Crisis: Comparing British and Taiwanese government responses to Covid-19

Date
25 - 26 June 2021
Location:
Online registration
Description
Taiwan Studies Programme and the Taipei Medical University jointly host this year's conference on Public Policy in A Time of Crisis: Comparing British and Taiwanese government responses to Covid-19.

Responsible COVID Management in Migrant Populations: Lessons from Singapore

Date
22 June 2021
Location:
Online registration
Description
Online discussion , Responsible COVID Management in Migrant Populations: Lessons from Singapore

At the Critical Moment: The Rhizome and "Democracy to Come"

Date
23 April 2021
Location:
Online registration
Description
At the Critical Moment: The Rhizome and "Democracy to Come" by Dr Shih-wei Hsu

US-Taiwan Relations under Biden

Date
18 March 2021
Location:
Online registration
Description
US-Taiwan Relations under Biden by Prof James Lin, University of Washington

Drawing cities across time: The shaping of Nottingham and Taipei

Date
11 March 2021
Location:
Online registration
Description
Drawing cities across time: The shaping of Nottingham and Taipei Virtual Art Exhibition by artist Tom Rook

Book Launch: A new beginning or more of the same? The European Union and and East Asia after Brexit

Date
03 March 2021
Location:
Online registration
Description
Book Launch: A new beginning or more of the same? The European Union and and East Asia after Brexit

China 1949 Year of Revolution Book Launch

Date
25 February 2021
Location:
Online registration
Description
Online book launch China 1949 Year of Revolution

2021 Taiwan Fellowship programme applications

Date
03 February 2021
Location:
Online
Description
The 2021 Taiwan Fellowship programme has opened for online applications.

2020

TSP Conference 2020

Date
11 - 12 December 2020
Location:
Online by Invitation
Description
Taiwan Studies Programme Online Annual Conference 11/12 December 2020.

How digital innovation can fight pandemics and strengthen democracy?

Date
04 November 2020
Location:
Online registration
Description
An online discussion on: How digital innovation can fight pandemics and strengthen democracy ?

Migrant Lives Matter: 'Nine Shots'

Date
30 October 2020
Location:
Online registration
Description
Online discussion and film Migrant Lives Matter: 'Nine Shots'

Nostalgia Taiwan: Foolish Bride, Naïve bridegroom

Date
28 October 2020
Location:
Online registration
Description
Online discussion and film entitled: Nostalgia Taiwan: Foolish Bride, Naïve bridegroom

International perspectives: Hong Kong's national security law and implications for Taiwan

Date
14 October 2020
Location:
Online registration
Description
Online discussion on International perspectives: Hong Kong's national security law and implications for Taiwan

TSP Conference 2020

Date
25 - 26 June 2020
Location:
Online by Invitation, University Park
Description
Taiwan Studies Programme Online Annual Conference 25/26 June 2020.

Innovation Policies in Mainland China and Taiwan: Challenges of the Digital Economy by Prof Erik Baark

Date
27 February 2020
Location:
B7 Hemsley, University Park
Description
A Public Lecture by Prof Erik Baark on Innovation Policies in Mainland China and Taiwan: Challenges of the Digital Economy.

2019

Taiwan Scholarship Briefing

Date
05 February - 30 March 2020
Location:
E07 Teaching and Learning Building, University Park
Description
Taiwan Studies Programme briefing on funding opportunities for both academics and students for 2020.

Talk by Huei-mei Grace Chang on Putting 'people' back into policy:Taiwan's recent work to promote the rights of disadvantaged groups

Date
26 November 2019
Location:
University of Nottingham Sports and Social Club; Lenton Eaves; University Park
Description
Talk by Huei-mei Grace Chang on Putting 'people' back into policy:Taiwan's recent work to promote the rights of disadvantaged groups.

China's diplomacy: what sort of 'community of shared future for mankind' and what might it mean for Taiwan? by Charlie Parton

Date
21 November 2019
Location:
B7 Hemsley, University Park
Description
A public lecture by by Charlie Parton on China's diplomacy.

Politics of Temporalities and Taiwan's Pursuit of Transitional Justice in the Context of East Asian History by Dr Anthony Yeh

Date
11 November 2019
Location:
B7 Hemsley, University Park
Description
A seminar by Dr Anthony Yeh on Politics of Temporalities and Taiwan's Pursuit of Transitional Justice in the Context of East Asian History.

Brexit Conference 2019

Date
01 - 02 November 2019
Location:
B7 Hemsley, University Park
Description
Taiwan Studies Programme Conference on Europe and East Asia after Brexit: New opportunities or more of the same?

TSP Conference 2019

Date
27 - 28 June 2019
Location:
E06 and E07, Teaching and Learning Buiilding, University Park
Description
Taiwan Studies Programme Annual Conference 27/28 June 2019.

Archipelagic Justice: Climate, politics and environmental protection in Penghu and the Bahamas by Karen Salt

Date
13 May 2019
Location:
A19 Trent Building, University Park
Description
A seminar by by Dr Karen Salt on Archipelagic Justice: Climate, politics and environmental protection in Penghu and the Bahamas.

Contemplating Taiwan's strange centre-periphery identity in the Indo-Pacific

Date
04 April 2019
Location:
B7 Hemsley (Staff Club), University Park
Description
The Taiwan Studies Programme (TSP) is delighted to announce a public lecture by Euan Graham on Contemplating Taiwan's strange centre-periphery identity in the Indo-Pacific.

China's Evolving Foreign Policy and Implications for Cross-Strait Relations by Prof Rumi Aoyama

Date
14 February 2019
Location:
B1 Hemsley, University Park
Description
A seminar by by Professor Rumi Aoyama on China's Evolving Foreign Policy and Implications for Cross-Strait Relations.

2018

Writing and Curating Taiwan Art

Date
12 December 2018
Location:
A19 Trent Building, University Park
Description
A seminar on Writing and Curating Taiwan Art by Dr Sophie McIntyre, Centre of Taiwan Studies, SOAS University of London.

New Youth Labour Activism in Taiwan after 2014 Sunflower Movement

Date
26 November 2018
Location:
B7 Hemsley, University Park
Description
A joint TSP/CSSGJ seminar by Dr. Chiu Yu-bin an associate professor at the Department of Social Development at National Pingtung University in Taiwan on New Youth Labour Activism in Taiwan after 2014 Sunflower Movement

Small Talk (日常對話) Film Screening

Date
19 October 2018
Location:
A41 Sir Clive Granger Building, Small talk Film Screening, Student Journalism Prize, Taiwan Film Festival UK, University Park
Description
Small Talk Film Screening, Panel Discussion and Launch of the Taiwan Film Festival UK Student Journalism Prize organised by Taiwan Studies Programme, the University of Nottingham in collaboration with Centre for Contemporary East Asian Studies, the University of Nottingham and Taiwan Film Festival UK.

A New Era in Democratic Taiwan Book launch

Date
12 October 2018
Location:
Hemsley B1, University Park
Description
Taiwan Studies Programme book launch

Taiwan and Vatican Relations in Perspective

Date
10 October 2018
Location:
A21 Trent Building, University Park
Description
A public lecture by by Dr. Chou-seng Tou Former Ambassador to the Holy See, Belgium and Dr Tsung-ming Chen, Research fellow at the Ferdinand Verbiest, K. U. Leuven , Trent Building, University Park

Mapping Taiwan Globally: New Southbound Policy and Moving Forward Roundtable 2018

Date
28 - 29 June 2018
Location:
Jubilee Campus, Si Yuan Building
Description
TSP roundtable will focus on Mapping Taiwan Globally: New Southbound Policy and Moving Forward.

Roundtable on China's BRI and Taiwan's New Southbound Policy and Pathway to Politics careers talk

Date
08 May 2018
Location:
Trent A19 University Park
Description
Taiwan Studies Programme roundtable and career talk.

The Taiwan voter: political cleavage and electoral decisions

Date
04 May 2018
Location:
B7 Hemsley, Universiity Park
Description
A seminar by Professor TY Wang, Illinois State University as part of the Taiwan Studies Programme Seminar Series.

A Lost Generation Revisited - 70 Years after the Chinese Civil War

Date
03 May 2018
Location:
Keighton Auditorium, University Park
Description
A public lecture by Professor Lung Yingtai ??? Hung Leung Hau Ling Distinguished Fellow in Humanities, University of Hong Kong now taking place in the Keighton Auditorium on University Park

TSP Public Event: Beyond marriage equality: a conversation with LGBTQ+ activists from Taiwan and Nottingham

Date
06 February 2018
Location:
Nottingham Comtemporary, Weekday Cross NG1 2GB
Description
Legislator Mei-Nu Yu will take part in a public event engagement with Taiwanese LGBT and local English LGBT groups.

TSP Public Lecture: Taiwan Pride: Our fight for marriage equality

Date
06 February 2018
Location:
LG101 Senate Chamber, Trent Building, University Park
Description
Legislator Mei-Nu Yu presents the Taiwanese fight for marriage equality in the 2017/2018 Taiwan Studies Programme lecture series.

Taiwan Scholarship Briefing

Date
06 February 2018
Location:
Hemsley B2, University Park
Description
Taiwan Studies Programme briefing on funding opportunities for both academics and students for 2018/19.
 

2017

Audiometry and environmental noise control in postwar Taiwan

Date
15 March 2018
Location:
B2 Hemsley, University Park
Description
A seminar by Dr Jennifer Hsieh, Department of Anthropology, Stanford University as part of the Taiwan Studies Programme Seminar Series.

Regional economic dynamic and security puzzles: challenge of cross-Strait air safety ?

Date
30 January 2018
Location:
Highfield House A11, University Park
Description
A panel discussion on Regional economic dynamic and security puzzles: challenge of cross-Strait air safety as part of the Taiwan Studies Programme.

The Asian spotlight on the history of The Dutch United East India Company (VOC)

Date
22 November 2017
Location:
B7 Hemsley, Universiity Park
Description
A lunchtime seminar by Dr Ann Heylen, National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) as part of the Taiwan Studies Programme Seminar Series.

Taiwan, China, and the future of US policy in Asia

Date
09 November 2017
Location:
A40 Sir Clive Granger Building, Please note the change of venue, University Park
Description
Douglas H. Paal, Vice President for Studies, Asia Program Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, presenting in the 2017/18 series of Taiwan Studies lectures.

Taiwan film screening tour - Taiwan's Lost Commercial Cinema: Recovered and Restored

Date
20 October 2017
Location:
Broadway Cinema, Nottingham, Screen 3
Description
The University of Nottingham's Taiwan Studies Programme in association with King's College London, Ministry of Culture, Taiwan, Taiwan Film Institute and the Broadway Cinema is pleased to jointly host a film on 20 October 2017.

The Pattern of Taiwan's Democratisation: 2017 Joint Roundtable Program

Date
22 - 23 June 2017
Location:
Trent Building, University Park
Description
This roundtable will focus on the pattern of Taiwan's democratisation.

Taiwan Studies Programme Lecture: Facing the Mainland: How Taiwan Asserts Herself in the International Community

Date
17 May 2017
Location:
B18 Law and Social Sciences Building, University Park
Description
Ambassador Shen, former Representative (Ambassador) of the Republic of China (Taiwan) to the United States will be presenting on "Facing the Mainland: How Taiwan Asserts Herself in the International Community."

Vienna Taiwan Lecture Series 2017

Date
26 April 2017
Description
Dr Chun-yi Lee presents in Vienna Taiwan Lecture Series.

TSP/IAPS Documentary Screening and Roundtable Discussion

Date
27 March 2017
Location:
B2 The Hemsley Building, Uniersity Park Campus
Description
Hebei Taipei, Directed by Nien-Hsiu Li and produced by Chou Chen-ting.

Taiwan Studies Programme seminar by Dr Don Lee

Date
22 March 2017
Location:
A2 Law and Social Sciences Building, Uniersity Park Campus
Description
The Taiwan Studies Programme (TSP) is delighted a to announce a Seminar by Dr Don Lee, Research Fellow at the School of Politics and International relations, on 22 March in A2, Law and Social Sciences Building.

Taiwan Studies Programme lunchtime seminar by Dr Ann Heylen

Date
17 February 2017
Location:
B1, Hemsley, Universiity Park
Description
Mobility in 17th century Formosa: Maps and Digital Humanities

TSP/IAPS Documentary Screening and Roundtable Discussion

Date
09 February 2017
Location:
a41, Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
Song of the Reed, produced by the Taipei Women's Rescue Foundation and directed by Wu Hsiu-Ching.

Taiwan Studies Programme Lecture: State and Society in the Taiwan Miracle 30 Years On

Date
08 February 2017
Location:
A2, Law and Social Sciences Building
Description
Taiwan Studies Programme Lecture on State and Society in the Taiwan Miracle 30 Years On by Professor Thomas B Gold.
 

2016

Taiwan Studies Programme Lecture: 'The third democratic regime change of Taiwan

Date
14 November 2016
Location:
Law & Social Sciences Building
Description
Taiwan Studies Programme Lecture on The third democratic regime change of Taiwan in 2016: context, significance and assessment by Professor Michael Hsiao

Taiwan Studies Programme lunch time seminar by Professor James Tang

Date
13 October 2016
Location:
Staff Club, The Hemsley (Room B2)

TSP Conference: Taiwan after the General Elections

Date
17 - 18 June 2016
Location:
A18 Si Yuan Center
Description
TSP conference 2016

Taiwan Studies Programme Lecture: The 2016 Presidential Elections. New Wine in a New Bottle?

Date
19 April 2016
Location:
A18 Si Yuan Center, Jubilee Campus
Description
Taiwan Studies Programme Lecture April 2016

Taiwan Studies Programme Lecture Local Politics and the Rise of China: Lessons from Kinmen (Quemoy)

Date
03 March 2016
Location:
Jubilee Campus, Room A18, Si Yuan Building
 

2015

 

2014

 

2013

Innovation Workshop

Date
13 November 2013
Description
Taiwanese Studies Programme Activities 2013: Innovation Workshop, featuring talks from Prof Joseph Wong, Dr Christos Braziotis, Dr Yutao Sun, Dr Cong Cao and Dr Chun-Yi Lee

Special Lecture by Yu-Shan Wu on "Paradigm Shift in Taiwan Politics: From Identity to Distribution"

Date
14 May 2013
Description
Special Lecture by Yu-Shan Wu on "Paradigm Shift in Taiwan Politics: From Identity to Distribution"
 

 

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