荷蘭萊頓大學 Leiden University
荷蘭阿姆斯特丹大學政治與社會文化科學教授(Faculty of Political and Socio-Cultural Sciences, University of Amsterdam)
University of Amsterdam
1989-present: Faculty of Political and Socio-Cultural Sciences (PSCW) (from 1998 Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences), 1989-1992: 0.3 teaching assignment in the Department of Anthropology, with a focus on Non-Western Sociology and China.
1993-1996: half-time lecturer in the Department of Anthropology in modern history and society of China, and anthropology of the Chinese cultural realm. 1996-present: Department of Political Science (since 2001: Department of Sociology and Anthropology), section Modern Asian History, lecturer of modern Asian history, with a focus on China.
Review of: Chee-Beng TAN, ed., Chinese Transnational Networks. London and New York: Routledge, 2007. xi + 214 pp., with tables. ISBN: 0-415-39583-6 (hc), in: China Information 21(3), pp. 234-36
Asian Migrants in Europe: The Need for a Global perspective, Ch. 6 in: Richard Balme, Brian Bridges, eds., Asia-Europe relations: Building Multilateralisms", Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 138-164
Review of: Gregor Benton and Edmund Terence Gomez, 2008, The Chinese in Britain, 1800–Present: Economy, Transnationalism, Identity, in: China Information vol. 23(2), 317-319.
Huaqiao in Taiwan 1895-1945, Transnational? Yes! Community? No! Paper for the WCILCOS conference at Jinan University, Guangzhou, 9-10 April 2009.
Küresel Tarih Yaklaşimina Göre Qing İmperatorluğu’nun Çöküşü: Yeni Bir Kavrayiştan Söz Edilebilir mi? (The Fall of the Qing Empire in a Global History Perspective: New Insights?), in: Sina Akşin, Sarp Balci, Bariş Ünlü, eds. 2010, 100.Yilinda Jön Türk Devrimi (Centennial of the Young Turk Revolution), Istambul: Türkiye İŞ Bankasi Kültür Yayinlari, ISBN: 978-605-360-037-4, pp. 669-697
The Huaqiao in Taiwan1895-1945: Their ambivalent localization, in: Journal of Chinese Overseas 7(2), November, pp. 143-168
Review Article on: Ts’ai, Caroline Hui-yu, 2009, Taiwan in Japan’s Empire-building: an institutional approach to colonial engineering, London, New York: Routledge; and Liao Ping-hui and David Der-wei Wang, eds. 2006, Taiwan under Japanese colonial rule 1895-1945, history, culture, memory, New York: Columbia University Press, Bulletin of Academia Historica 29, pp. 129-147
The soft power of Japanese colonialism 1895-1945; Education for the Taiwan Jimin 台灣籍民 and the Taiwan Huaqiao 台灣華僑. Paper for the ISSCO Hong Kong Conference
Chinese Overseas: Culture, Religions and Worldview, 21-22 June 2011, 21 pp.
Mainland Chinese migrants in Taiwan, 1895-1945, The Drawbacks of Being Legal, ch. 9 in: Barak Kalir & Malini Sur, Transnational Flows and Permissive Polities, Ethnographies of Human Mobilities in Asia. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 191-207