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Forum 1: Linking the Taiwan Studies and China Studies Fields: How to Argue for the Faculty Recruitment of Taiwan Scholars at Western Universities

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Affiliations: 1: Professor of Greater China Studies at the Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies and Director of the European Research Center on Contemporary Taiwan (ERCCT) at Eberhard Karls University Tübingen, Germany, ; 2: Assistant Professor of Sinology at the Department of Asian Studies of the University of Ljubljana and Director of the Taiwan Study Center (, Slovenia, ; 3: Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Berkeley, USA, ; 4: Associate Professor of Modern Chinese Literature and Culture, and Fellow of Wadham College, Oxford, UK,


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1. Rigger Shelley (2002/3) ‘"Political science and Taiwan’s domestic politics: The state of the field"’, Issues and Studies Vol 38/39 (1/4): 4992.
2. Rubinstein Murray (2009) ‘"Is Taiwan studies dead? The death and transfiguration of a sub-field’", European Association of Taiwan Studies, Madrid, 16–18 April.
3. Sullivan Jonathan (2011) ‘"Is Taiwan studies in decline?’", The China Quarterly Vol 207: 706718.

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