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Taiwan Studies Programme

The Taiwan Studies Programme (TSP) at the University of Nottingham is dedicated to developing wider and sustained scholarly interest in the study, research and teaching of the politics, culture, society, external relations and economy of Taiwan.

As a 'miracle economy' and 'Third Wave' democracy, Taiwan is a fascinating case for many areas of academic investigation.

In addition to its complex history, disputed status and vibrant democratic system, Taiwan is a key component of the geopolitical landscape of East Asia and the Asia-Pacific.

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Developing and disseminating knowledge about Taiwan is thus an important endeavour, one that the TSP is committed to advancing through supporting academic research and engaging with academia, policy makers and the wider community. It will shortly be launching its own social media platform, offering insightful commentaries on current affairs by TSP researchers as well as other leading international scholars in the field.

Another important role of the TSP is to develop academic exchanges with Taiwanese colleagues and to facilitate members' participation in conferences and collaborative academic activities in Taiwan.

To attain these objectives the TSP implements a complementary programme of research and teaching on Taiwan, including financial support for doctoral students, an annual international conference and regular high profile public lectures.

Events

Taiwan Scholarship Briefing

Date
13 February (12:30) - 29 March 2019 (14:30)
Location:
Hemsley B1, University Park
Description
Taiwan Studies Programme briefing on funding opportunities for both academics and students for 2019/20.

The Domestic Roots of Cross-Strait Relations: China and Taiwan in the Evolving Asian Context - Professor Joseph Fewsmith (Boston)

Date
14 March 2019 (17:00-19:00)
Location:
A48 Clive Granger, University Park
Description
Public lecture by Professor Joseph Fewsmith on The Domestic Roots of Cross-Strait Relations: China and Taiwan in the Evolving Asian Context.

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

Date
13 May 2019 (12:00-14:00)
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.

See all events and listen to podcasts of our previous events

 

 

Taiwan Studies Programme

University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD