Announcing the 2016-17 HYI Scholars and Fellows

We are pleased to welcome the following scholars and fellows to the Harvard-Yenching Institute for the 2016-17 academic year:

VISITING SCHOLARS PROGRAM:

Azuma Kentaro, Anthropology, Nagoya University, Japan
Chikamoto Kensuke, Literature, University of Tsukuba, Japan
Chin  Sei Jeong , History, Ewha Womans University, South Korea
Ge Rongling, Anthropology, Xiamen University, China
He Wenkai*, Political Science, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Hong Kong
Jimmy Hsu Chia-Shin, Law, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Jin Jungwon, History, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Kobayashi Ryosuke, History, Toyo Bunko, Japan
Liu Zhen, History, Fudan University, China
Ma Jianxiong, Anthropology, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Hong Kong
Shu Min, Political Science, Waseda University, Japan
Sun Peidong, History, Fudan University, China
Tamaruya Masayuki, Law, Rikkyo University, Japan
Victor Teo Ee-Leong , Political Science, University of Hong Kong
Wu Shengqing , Literature, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Hong Kong
Zhou Lian, Philosophy, Renmin University of China
Zhu Gang, Literature, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China

*HYI-Radcliffe Institute Joint Fellowship recipient

VISITING FELLOWS PROGRAM:

Chang Cheng-chieh, Literature, Nagoya University, Japan
Chau Huy Hoa Ai, Linguistics, National University of Singapore
Fujimoto Hiroshi, History, University of Tokyo, Japan
Li Siyi, History, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Song In Hee, History, Ewha Womans University, South Korea
Song Jae-young , Linguistics, Yonsei University, South Korea

NUS-HYI JOINT FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM:

Sura Intamool, English, Chiang Mai University, Thailand

CHINA-INDIA STUDIES FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM:                                                      

Severin Kuok, Chinese studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India
Veda Vaidyanathan, African Studies, Mumbai University , India
Bhim Subba, East Asian Studies, University of Delhi, India                            

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE VISITING FELLOW:

Barnali Chanda, Languages and Linguistics, Jadavpur University, India

'MEDICINE IN EAST ASIA' TRAINING PROGRAM:                                           

Wang Yumeng, Department of History, Nankai University, China

'MESOAMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGY' TRAINING PROGRAM:

Feng Yue, Peking University, China
Li Moran, Wuhan University, China
Long Xiao, Shandong University, China
Yang Lin, Jilin University, China
Zhong Hua, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China

'QUALITATIVE METHODS IN THE STUDY OF CHINESE POLITICS' TRAINING PROGRAM:                                      

Guan Yue, Government and Public Administration, Chinese University of Hong Kong
He Bixiao, Journalism, Sun Yat-sen University, China       
Huang Jie, Politics and Public Administration, University of Hong Kong   
Yao Yuan, Government,  Nanjing University, China
Ye Jing, International Relations, University of International Business and Economics, China

'URBAN STUDIES' TRAINING PROGRAM:                                  

PK Anand, Chinese Studies, Institute of Chinese Studies, India
Huang Sujuan, South China Business History, Guangdong University of Business and Economics, China

COORDINATE RESEARCH SCHOLAR PROGRAM:

Wang Hui, Tsinghua University, China (working with Prof. Peter Bol) (scholar arrives January 2017)
Zhao Shukai, Development Research Center of the State Council, China (working with Prof. Elizabeth Perry)

HARVARD-YENCHING LIBRARY RESEARCH GRANT:

Yun Hee-Whan, Literature, Kangnam University, Korea

ASSOCIATE PROGRAM: 

Liu Yuan-ju, Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Moon Ji Young, Political Science, Korean Women's Development Institute, South Korea

REGIONAL STUDIES - EAST ASIA (RSEA) A.M. FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM:

Jang Kyooeun, Sociology (Yonsei University), South Korea 
Li Jialu, Political Science (Peking University), China
Ma Shiqi, Political Science (Peking University), China
Nie Lina, Chinese History (University of Hong Kong), China
Qin Wenting, Political Science (Peking-Waseda University), China
Zhu Wenchu, Chinese Literature (University of Hong Kong), China