Taiwan Studies Program
After the lifting of Martial Law of Taiwan in 1987, the Nativist Movement has risen along with intellectuals’ growing interests in Taiwan Studies. Established in 2004 by the Graduate Institute of Taiwan Literature at National Taiwan University, The Taiwan Studies Program echoes the ongoing historical current. In particular, the program provides diverse courses and rich resources of Taiwan studies, intersecting perspectives from different departments and institutions.
The courses are categorized into three subgroups:
- Art and Humanities: literature, linguistics, art, history, ethinic studies, gender studies, cultural studies, among others.
- Social Sciences: politics, economics, sociology, law, public policy, among others.
- Science and Technology: wnvironmental science, biology, agriculture, medical science, public health, among others.
Taiwan studies Program is an interdisciplinary program that provides great platforms on which students from different backgrounds are able to learn about Taiwan from various perspectives. While most classes are taught in Taiwanese Mandarin, the program also regularly provides English-medium courses and seminars.
Director of Program
Associate Professor and Director of the Graduate Institute of Taiwan Literature
Taiwanese Literature During Japanese Occupation, Modern Japanese Literature and Taiwan
Second: Curriculum Committee
Professor, Department of Anthropology and Director of the Center for Indigenous Studies
Social Anthropology, Religious Anthropology, Economic Anthropology, Gender Studies, Taiwanese Austronesian Studies
Professor and Director of the Institute of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Curator of the NTU Herbarium
Plant Systematics, Parasitic Plant Evolution, Plant Reproductive Biology, Ethnobotany
Part-time Assistant Professor, Graduate Institute of Musicology and Executive Director of the NTU Center for the Arts
Popular Music, World Music, Contemporary Music Industry, Sociology of Music
Associate Professor and Director of the Graduate Institute of Building and Planning
Regional Economic Development, Industrial Upgrading of Newly Industrializing Countries, Economic Geography
Professor, Department of Geography and Director of the International Degree Program in Climate Change and Sustainable Development
International Development and Cross Border Governance, Political Economics of Local and Regional Development, Critical Studies on Eco-cities in Post-Mao China
Professor, Department of Sociology
Transnational Migration, Ethnic Relationships, Economic Sociology
Associate Professor, Department of History
Taiwanese History, Social and Cultural History of Japanese Colonies, Migration and Intercultural Contact in the Japanese Empire
Associate Professor, Graduate Institute of Taiwan Literature
History of Taiwanese Novels, Literary Theory and Taiwanese Literary Criticism, Digital Humanities