UCLA, Ph.D. in Chinese History, 2012. UCLA, M.A in Chinese History, 2008. Pomona College, B.A. in History and Philosophy (2004).
Taiwan under Japanese colonial rule, modern Chinese history, modern Japanese history, Chinese literature
Tentative dissertation title: Marshaling Culture: Strategies of Japanese Mobilization in Taiwan
Grants and Awards
Tabor Pre-Dissertation Fellowship Fall 2009
Hiroshi Wagatsuma Memorial Fund Fellowship Spring 2009
Bernadotte E. Schmitt Grant, American Historical Association Spring 2009
Sasakawa Japanese Language Study Fellowship Spring 2009
Pacific Rim Research Program Mini-Grant Spring 2009
Harvard-Yenching Library Travel Grant Spring 2009
UCLA History Department Non-Resident Tuition Award Fall 2008
UCLA History Department Research Travel Stipend Summer 2008
Pomona College Scholar 2003 ? 2004
Richard von Glahn
Unhonored Veterans: Taiwanese Imperial Soldiers in World War II. UCLA; China Undisciplined, May 30-31, 2008.
Newly Imperialist: Early Years of Japanese Colonial Administration and Education in Taiwan. Modern Chinese History University of California Graduate Conference, June 1, 2008
Resistance in Form and Content to the Domination of Written Mandarin in Taiwan: Reading Khong-po e Pah Niau Chhi. University of Washington, Seattle; The Fourteenth Annual North American Taiwan Studies Conference, June 27-29, 2008.
Marshalling Culture: Japanese Strategies of Mobilization in Taiwan, 1920-1945. University of California, Berkeley; 2009 Graduate Workshop on Violence and Social Creativity with Dr. Ashis Nandy, March 7, 2009.
D?ka: Paradoxical Approaches to Difference in Early Japanese Colonialism in Taiwan. [Ch. 2]. Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan; The Fourteenth Asian Studies Conference Japan, June 19-20, 2010
The Pen for the Sword: Japanese Management of Emotions and Violence in Pre-War Taiwan. [Ch. 3]. Honolulu, Hawaii; The Seventieth Annual Conference of Association for Asian Studies, March 31-April 4, 2011
Imperiled Stronghold or Certain Victory: Between Everyday Life and Extraordinary Performance in Colonial Taiwan, 1937?1945. [Ch. 4]. Pomona College, Claremont, California; ASPAC/WCAAS Joint Conference, June 17-19, 2011.
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