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Mgr. Táňa Dluhošová, Ph.D.

Head of Research Center in Taiwan


In the project she will also look at the relevance of power in the literary scene and power relationship among respective agents. In cooperation with Taiwanese colleagues will conduct a corpus-based investigation into language and ideology in the early postwar literature.

Contact:
tana.dluhosova@pasosapo.com

Mgr. Ondřej Klimeš,
Ph.D.

Project Coordinator


has so far conducted research on the history of Xinjiang and Uyghur national identity and nationalism in the early modern period. In this project, he will research propaganda and politically motivated language use in ethnic issues as well as the discourse of China’s territorial integrity.

Contact:
klimes@orient.cas.cz

Jarmila Ptáčková, M.A.,
Ph.D.

Research Fellow


specialises in the study of modern Tibetan society. In her project Cultural Security of Minorities in Context of the Equalization and Integration Efforts of the State in P.R.China she will study socioeconomoc and cultural changes among minority population in Western China

Contact:
ptackova@orient.cas.cz

Niki Alsford, M.A., Ph.D.

Research Fellow


His contribution to the project is an investigation into the urban elite in Dadaocheng in northern Taiwan during the late 19th and early 20th century. What is more, he intends to extend on this to open up comparative research on non-European freemasonry.

Contact:
alsford@orient.cas.cz

Mgr. Věra Exnerová,
Ph.D.

Research Fellow


Contact:
exnerova@orient.cas.cz

Oliver Weingarten, M.A., Ph.D.

Research Fellow


n his contribution to the project he will investigate exhortations to social and ethical conformity; justifications of social and ethical norms; representations of courage and cowardice; self-harm, self-sacrifice, and suicide; representations and justifications of violence in ancient China.

Contact:
weingarten@orient.cas.cz