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2007-11-08
Speaker : Prof. Gardner Bovingdon (Assistant Professor, Department of Central Eurasian Studies, Indiana University)
Topic : Naming and claiming in China and Taiwan: the role of representation in modern politics.
Place : IPSAS Conference Room B (5th floor, North, Building for Humanities and Social Sciences)
Time : pm 2:00
2007-11-01
Speaker : Yun-han Chu( IPSAS Distinguished Research Fellow), Min-hua Huang( Assistant professor, Dept. of Political Science, National Taiwan University) and Yutzung Chang( Assistant professor, Dept. of Political Science, National Taiwan University)
Topic : Identifying Sources of Democratic Legitimacy: A Multi-level Analysis
Place : IPSAS Conference Room B (5th floor, North, Building for Humanities and Social Sciences)
Time : pm 2:00
2007-10-18
Speaker : Prof. Helmut Wagner (Department of Political and Social Sciences, Free University of Berlin)
Topic : Reflections on Semi-Presidentialism: What the Weimar Republic Can Teach Us
Place : IPSAS Conference Room B (5th floor, North, Building for Humanities and Social Sciences)
Time : pm 2:00
2007-09-20
Speaker : Joseph Wong (Director, Asian Institute, University of Toronto)
Topic : The Developmental State and the Knowledge Economy:Towards a New Framework
Place : IPSAS Conference Room B (5th floor, North, Building for Humanities and Social Sciences)
Time : pm 3:30
2007-09-11
Speaker : Prof. Mitsutoyo Matsumoto (Associate Professor, Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies)
Topic : Populism and Democratic Politics in Taiwan
Place : IPSAS Conference Room B (5th floor, North, Building for Humanities and Social Sciences)
Time : pm 2:00
2007-08-30
Speaker : Prof. Ronald A. Edwards (Assistant Professor, Tamkang University)
Topic : Federalism and the Structure of Authority: China’s Han and Tang Dynasties and the Roman Empire.
Place : IPSAS Conference Room B (5th floor, North, Building for Humanities and Social Sciences)
Time : pm 2:00
2007-08-15
Speaker : Jeffrey Kopstein (Professor of Political Science,Director, Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies, University of Toronto)
Topic : The Transatlantic Divide Over Democracy Promotion
Place : Prof. Ronald A. Edwards (Assistant Professor, Tamkang University)
Time : pm 12:00
2007-08-02
Speaker : Prof. Vinod K. Aggarwal (Director, APEC Study Center, UC Berkeley)
Topic : The Free Trade Area of the Asia-Pacific: A U.S. Perspective
Place : Prof. Ronald A. Edwards (Assistant Professor, Tamkang University)
Time : pm 2:00
2007-06-28
Speaker : Prof. Pei-Chih Hao (Assistant Professor of the Department of Public Administration and Policy, National Taipei University)
Topic : Great Power Strategy and Regional Integration
Place : IPSAS Conference Room B (5th floor, North, Building for Humanities and Social Sciences)
Time : pm 2:00
2007-06-27
Speaker : Prof. Shelley Rigger ( Brown Associate Professor of East Asian Politics, Davidson College, Department of Political Science)
Topic : Rising Nationalism or Rising Rationalism? The argument for a generational approach to Taiwan politics
Place : IPSAS Conference Room B (5th floor, North, Building for Humanities and Social Sciences)
Time : pm 2:00
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