SOAS University of London

Centre of Taiwan Studies

2021 Taiwan Studies Summer School

THIS EVENT IS ARCHIVED

Date: 28 June 2021Time: 9:00 AM

Finishes: 2 July 2021Time: 9:00 PM

Venue: Virtual Event

Type of Event: Summer School

14th SOAS Centre of Taiwan Studies Summer School
SOAS Centre of Taiwan Studies
倫敦大學亞非學院臺灣研究中心
28 June - 2 July 2021
The SOAS Centre of Taiwan Studies Summer School is free to attend and open to all.
To register for this year's Summer School please complete our short registration form.

*Please be aware that all Summer School times follow British Summer Time (BST).

All events will be held online through Microsoft Teams. *Please see links in the programme below.


2021 Summer School Speaker Collage

Speakers

Mei-fang Fan, Wei Yang, Yang Ya-che, Mariah Thornton, Robert Ash, Michael Reilly, Richard Bush, Lin Kun-chin, Lee Chun-yi, Dafydd Fell, Keli Yen, James Marshall, Audrey Tang, Arne Jungjohann, Chen Ting-Ning, Huang Xi, Fan Ching, Chang Ti-Han, Ru-Shou Robert Chen, Simona Grano, Chen Yu-hsun, Sam Robbins, Brian Hioe, Emily Y. Wu, Niki Alsford, Nikky Lin, Paul Jobin, Wang Chun-Chi, Michael Cannings, Chen Singing, Lee Yi-Shan, Jeffrey Hou, Rikiya Adachi, Cara Camcastle, Lin Hsinyi


Key Themes

2021 summer school 2 theme photo


Programme

Day 1: Monday, 28 June 2021Venue:Virtual Event 09:00-21:00 BST

Time

Topic

Speakers

Morning Link

10.45-11.00

Opening Remarks

Dafydd Fell, Chang Bi-yu

11.00-12.30

Taiwan’s anti-nuclear movement in the run up to the 2021 Nuclear Power Station Referendum: A discussion with Environmental NGO Researcher Wei Yang and environmental scholar Simona Grano

Wei Yang

Simona Grano

12.30-12.45

Book Chapter Talk: The democratisation of science in deliberative systems: The Controversy over Nuclear Waste Siting in Taiwan

Mei-fang Fan

Afternoon Link

13.30-15.30

TPNWCP Director's Q&A Session: Director Yang Ya-che

Yang Ya-che

16.00-18.00

Book Launch: Taiwan's Economic and Diplomatic Challenges and Opportunities

Mariah Thornton, Robert Ash, Michael Reilly, Richard Bush, Lin Kun-chin, Lee Chun-yi, Dafydd Fell

19.00-21.00

Writing about Green Parties

Dafydd Fell, Keli Yen, James Marshall, Arne Jungjohann, Rikiya Adachi, Cara Camcastle 

Day 2: Tuesday, 29 June 2021
Venue: Virtual Event 09.00-17.30 BST

Time

Topic

Speakers

Morning Link

09.00-10.30

Revisiting Research on Environmental Activism in Southern Taiwan: Fighting the Binnan Industrial Complex and Meinong Dam

Jeffrey Hou

11.00-12.00

In Conversation with Audrey Tang

Audrey Tang

Afternoon Link

13.30-15.30

TPNWCP Roundtable: Taiwan’s Female Directors

Chen Ting-Ning, Lee Yi-Shan, Huang xi, Fan Ching

16.00-17.30

Writing with Water: Postcolonial Eco-literature in Taiwan

Chang Ti-Han

Day 3: Wednesday, 30 June 2021
Venue: Virtual Event 09.00-18.00 BST

Time

Topic

Speakers

Morning Link

09.30-11.00

Environmental movements in Taiwan’s Anthropocene: a civic eco-nationalism

Paul Jobin

11.30-13.00

Environmental Governance in Taiwan Revisited

Simona Grano

Afternoon Link

13.30-15.30

TPNWCP Director's Q&A Session: Director Chen Yu-hsun

Chen Yu-hsun

16.00-18.00

Q&A with Environmental Documentary Maker Ke Chin-Yuan (柯金源)

Ke Chin-Yuan

Day 4: Thursday, 1 July 2021
Venue: Virtual Event 09.00-18.30 BST
Student Presentation Programme

Time

Topic

Speaker

Event Link

09:00-10:15

The campaign to end the death penalty in Taiwan: A conversation with activist Lin Hsinyi

Lin Hsinyi

Student Presentation Panel A Link

Student Presentation Panel B Link

10.30-11.00

Ma Mingke (SOAS) Pauline Harlay (SOAS)

11.00-11.30

Aaron Chen (SOAS)

 Gabriela Alexandra Banica (SOAS)

11.30-12.00

Yinchao Zhao (SOAS) Ting-Sian Liu (SOAS)

Event Link

Time

Topic

Speakers

12.15-13.45

Public Scholarship” / “Writing Taiwan for a General Audience”

Sam Robbins, Brian Hioe, and Emily Y. Wu

Student Presentation Panel A Link

Student Presentation Panel B Link

14.00-14.30

Nadine Shaheen (SOAS) Amber Kim (National Chengchi University)

Event Link

Time

Topic

Speakers

15.00-16.30

Publishing in Taiwan Studies: Meet the Book Series Editors

Niki Alsford, Michael Cannings, Dafydd Fell, Nikky Lin

Time

Student Presentation Panel A Link

Student Presentation Panel B Link

17.00-17.30

Lisa Hou (SOAS)

17.30-18.00

Yamouna Nallatamby (SOAS )   

Max Dixon (University of Portsmouth)

18.00-18.30

Munhyun Choi (SOAS)

Mariko Iwai (SOAS)

Day 5: Friday, 2 July 2021
Venue: Virtual Event 09.00-15.30 BST

Time

Topic

Speaker

Morning Link

09.00-10.30

TPNWCP: The Authorship of CHEN Yu-hsun and His Films

Ru-Shou Robert Chen

11.00-12.30

TPNWCP Framing Intersectionality in the Works of Post-New Cinema Female Directors in Taiwan

 Wang Chun-Chi

Afternoon Link

13.30-15.30

TPNWCP Chen Singing Series 陳芯宜系列: Chen Singing's Director's Q&A

Chen Singing

Organiser: SOAS Centre of Taiwan Studies

Contact email: jl91@soas.ac.uk