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“Poised to Ascend: The IHP Postdoctoral and Doctoral Candidate Workshop” and “Welcoming Social for New Personnel”


“Poised to Ascend: The IHP Postdoctoral and Doctoral Candidate Workshop” and “Welcoming Social for New Personnel”

Date: April 26 (Tues.), 2022, 1:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
Venue: 5F Conference Room, Museum of the Institute of History and Philology, IHP
Organizer: IHP, Academia Sinica

(1) 1:00–3:00—“Poised to Ascend”: Space and Relationships
  (Moderator: Wen-yi Chen, Associate Research Fellow, IHP)    
       1. Ting-shuo Huang (Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of History, National Taiwan University)—Exploring Buddhism in the Capital of the Early Song Dynasty Using Digital Tools
       2. Yen-Ju Chi (Doctoral Candidate Fellow, Department of History, National Chengchi University)—The Early Intellectual Circles of the “Two Chengs”: The Intersection of Clans of High-Ranking Scholar-Officials, Marriage, and Luoyang Social Networks in the Northern Song Dynasty   
       3. Che-yao Chang (Doctoral Candidate Fellow, Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University)—Border Expansion in the Northern Song Dynasty: Spatial Conceptions of and Institutional Constructions in the Southern Sichuan Region
       4. Yung-chang Tung (Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, Harvard University)—Shifts in the Culture of Humor in the Southern Song Dynasty

       3:00–3:10: Break

(2) 3:10–4:10: Showing of the documentary “A Walk through Eight Decades: Retracing the Footsteps of the IHP” and discussion  

  (Moderator: Sheng-chih Lin, Research Fellow and Deputy Director, IHP)
(3) 4:10–5:00: Welcoming Social  


(1) Due to COVID-19 control measures, the number of allowed attendees will be limited. Registration is required prior to the date of the event. Once the limit of registered attendees has been reached, the registration form will be closed. Registration deadline: April 22. Registration link:

(2) Please note that the “Welcoming Social for New Personnel” is not open to the public.  

(3) In line with COVID-19 control measures: (1) Attendees are required to wear a face mask during the entirety of the lecture; (2) Body temperatures will be measured; (3) Hands should be sanitized; (4) Those not affiliated with Academia Sinica are required to fill out a health record form; and (5) A crisscross seating arrangement will be implemented.

(4) Contact:
Huang Wenhong (02) 2782-9555 ext. 860,
Ms. Luo (02) 2782-9555 ext. 351,

Published on 2022-04-15