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Mgr. Táňa Dluhošová, Ph.D.


AREAS OF INTEREST
  • History and culture of Taiwan
  • Taiwan literature
  • Chinese literature
  • Sociology of Literature
  • Early post-war Taiwan literature
  • Ideology and language
  • Digital Humanities, development of TBIO (biographical database of Taiwanese elites)
 
EDUCATION
  • 2005 - 2013: Ph.D. programme, Charles University in Prague, Field: Theories and history of Asian and African Literatures
  • Dissertation thesis: Literary Field and Literature in Early Post–war Period Táiwān (1945–1949)
  • 1998- 2005: MA programme, Charles University in Prague, Major: sinology 
  • MA thesis: The Theme of Identity in Bai Xianyong's Short-stories
 
ACADEMIC CAREER
  • 2015-2017, 2019 Oriental Institute Research Center in Taiwan, Academia Sinica: Director
  • 2013 –  Oriental Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences: Research Fellow (from 2014 the editor in chief of Archiv orientální)
  • 2009 –  Center for Chinese Studies, Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University: Assistant Lecturer and Assistant Professor
  • 05/2009-12/2010 Center for the Study of China and Japan Religions, Department for the Study of Religions, Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University, Project manager; Financial manager (May 2009 - December 2010)
  • 2005 – 2008 Chiang Ching-kuo International Sinological Centre, (Charles University in Prague): Assistant
 
OTHER ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES
Academic Awards
  • 2011  2nd prize in the Young Scholar Award granted by the European Association of Taiwan Studies for the article: Taiwan funü in the Early Post-War Period (1945–1949) Literary Field
  • 2012  Annual Prize of French-Taiwanese Cultural Foundation of the French Académie des sciences morales et politiques as a recognition of efforts for a better understanding of Taiwan in Central and Eastern Europe
 
Research and Projects
  • 07/2020–06/2022    Persistence of Elite Families and Transformation of Prestige in Taiwan: A Diachronic Perspective, A project funded by Chiang Ching-kup Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange to develop a historic-sociological approach to the study of Taiwanese elites
  • 01/2017–12/2019   Concepts in Contexts: A Corpus-based Approach to Literary Field in Early Post-war Taiwan and its Application to the Sociology of Literature, A bilateral grant by Grant Agency of the Czech Republic and Ministry for Science and Technology (Taiwan R.O.C.)
  • 01/2015–   Power and Strategies of Social and Political Order, Institutional grant provided by the Czech Academy of Sciences, Project Coordinator
  • 01/2014-12/2015 PPP bilateral project between the Czech Academy of Sciences and National Science Foundation (Taiwan, R.O.C.) Ideology and Language: A Corpus of Early Post-War Taiwanese Writing 
  • 08/2013 -07/2014  "Interactive Learning and Transnational Teaching: Taiwan Studies in Multi Media Application" 教育部補助大專校院推動臺灣研究國際學術合作交流計畫 Project in cooperation with the International Taiwan Studies Center (ITSC) at National Taiwan Normal University; sponsored by the Ministry of Education of Taiwan (R.O.C)
  • 01/2013 -12/2013 FRVŠ E-Learning Support for Introduction to the Study, Project funded by the Czech Ministry of Education, University Development Fund
  • 01/2011-12/2011 FRVŠ E-learning support (Center for Chinese Cultures): History of Chinese Literature - Innovation, Project funded by the Czech Ministry of Education, University Development Fund
  • 11/2010-10/2013 Innovation of Chinese Philology at Palacky University in Olomouc, with the Emphasis on the Practical Education(CZ.1.07/2.2.00/15.0289) Project funded by the Czech Ministry of Education and the European Structural Funds - coordinator for the partner of the project
  • 06/2009-05/2010 Study of Religions Programme Innovation at Masaryk University with special regard to the Culture of China and Japan (CZ.1.07/2.2.00/07.0032) Project funded by the Czech Ministry of Education and the European Structural Funds - project manager
  • 07/2007-06/2008 Forming Identities in Chinese Cultural Sphere in the 20th Century, Project funded by Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation Intrenational Sinological Center (Charles University in Prague)
 
Scholarships and Fellowships
  • 2012  Taiwan Fellowship established by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) of the Republic of China (Taiwan). Project: Literary Field and Taiwan Literature in the Early Post-War Period
  • 2008–2009 Fellowship of the Taiwanese Ministry of Education: The Talent Cultivation Project of Taiwanese Literature, History and Art in Globalization (National Chengchi University, Taiwan)
  • 2003- 2004 Exchange student fellowship, Faculty of Chinese Studies, Tamkang University, Taiwan
  • 2000-2001 Chinese language training, Beijing Shifan Daxue, Peoples’ Republic of China
 

Conferences

  • Apr 15–17, 2021. The 18th Annual Conference of the European Association of Taiwan Studies: “Taiwan in Transition” (Masaryk University, Brno; online), Presentation: Society in Transition––Re-classification of Taiwanese Elite Families and the Importance of Less-known Families
  • March 10–12, 2021  Biennial DGA conference: “Transnational Asian Studies — Multi-Level Dynamics of Identity Formation and Institution Building” (Duisburg and Bochum; online), presentation: Social Mobility of (Political) Elites During and After the Authoritarian Rule
  • Nov 10–12, 2020. Political and Administrative Elites in Europe. Theory and Practice in Historical Perspective (Charles University in Prague & Masaryk Institute and Archives of the Czech Academy of Sciences; online), Presentation: Taiwan Biographical Ontology (TBIO database) and the study of Taiwanese elite families
  • June 3–5, 2020 DH Benelux 2020 – Online (Leiden University), Presentation: Concepts in Contexts: Lexical Features and Semantic Networks of Ideologies in Taiwan (1945–49)”— Collaboration and Challenges in DH Research, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3872122, Co-author: Alvin C. H. Chen
  • Dec 3–6, 2019 Digital Archives and Digital Humanities (National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan). Presentation: Portfolios of Prestige: Digital Humanities Perspectives on the Study of Taiwanese Elites Poster: Introduction to TBIO
  • Oct 28–Nov 1, 2019 International Workshop for Professional Librarians (National Central Library, Taiwan). Presentation: Taiwan Biographical Ontology (TBIO) and the Study of Taiwanese Elites
  • Oct 19, 2019 Annual Conference of the Association of Taiwanese Literature Studies, National Tsinghua University. Presentation: 繪制台灣戰後初期概念發展以及意識形態群體之地圖 (Mapping Conceptual Development and Ideological Camps in the Early Post-war Taiwan) Co-author: Alvin C. H. Chen
  • Jul 15–19, 2019 International Convention of Asian Scholars ICAS (IIAS and Leiden University, The Netherlands). Presentation: Dynamics of Intermarriage and Prestige Portfolios of Taiwanese Elites (1895–1947)
  • Jul 15–19, 2019 International Convention of Asian Scholars ICAS (IIAS and Leiden University, The Netherlands). Presentation: Mapping Conceptual Development and Ideological Camps in the Early Post-war Taiwan: Combining Semantic Network Analysis and Social Network Analysis Perspectives. Co-author: Alvin C. H. Chen
  • Nov 29–Dec 1, 2017  Digital Archives and Digital Humanities 2017 (National Chengchi University, Taipei). Paper: Taiwan Biographical Ontology (TBIO): A Working Annotation Scheme for Biographical Information Extraction. Co-presenter with Alvin. C. H. Chen
  • Augt 5–6, 2017  轉折的時代—40、50年代之交的漢語文學 Sinophone Literature in Transitional Era of the 1940s and 1950s (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, PRC) Paper: 從數位人文談臺灣文學史的「斷裂」及「連接」: 以(1940-53)為案例 (Ruptures and Continuities of Taiwanese Literature from the Perspective of Digital Humanities: example of 1940-1953)
  • Nov 8- 9, 2013 7th Annual Conference of Czech and Slovak Sinologists (Komenský University, Bratislava, Slovakia) Paper: História – historická próza – fikcia: poviedky Ye Shitaoa v 40. a 50. rokoch
  • Jul 30-31, 2013 The 12th International Junior Scholar Conference: Sinophone Literature and Cinema (National Chung-hsing University, Taiwan) Paper: Sinophone, Chinese, and Taiwan Literature in Europe
  • Jun 21 – 22, 2013 The 19th Annual Conference of the North American Association of Taiwan Studies (University of California, Santa Barbara, USA) Paper: How to Reconstruct a Literary Field: The Case of Early Post-war Literature in Taiwan
  • May, 2-4, 2013 The 10th Conference of the European Association of Taiwan Studies (University of Lyon, France). Paper: Europeans in Taiwan: 17 century in the post-war literary writings
 
Invited talks
  • Apr 12, 2019 National Taiwan University, Graduate Institute of Taiwanese Literature. Talk: 傳記資料與數位人文研究 (Biographical data and digital humatities research)
  • Nov 20, 2019 National Tsing-hua University, Graduate Institute of Taiwanese Literature, Xinzhu, Taiwan. Talk: 唐璜如何到台灣?葉石濤戰後初期小說中的虛構世界 (How Don Juan came to Taiwan? Fictional Worlds in Ye Shitao’s Early Post-war Fiction)
  • Nov 28, 2019 National Museum of Taiwanese Literature. Talk: 捷克與台灣文學 (Czech Republic and Taiwanese Literature)
  • Novr 29, 2019 National Lianhe University. Talk: 捷克與台灣研究 (Czech Republic and Taiwan studies)
  • Dec 10, 2019 Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica. Talk: Studying Taiwanese Elites with the TBIO Database: Results and Prospects
  • Nov 16, 2017 National Taiwan Normal University, Department of Taiwanese Languages, Cultures and Literature, Lectures on Taiwanese Culture. Presentation: 解出版目錄的密碼:以數位人文剖析台灣文學史 (Cracking the Catalogue Code: History of Taiwanese Literature from the Perspective of Digital Humanities)
  • May 23, 2017 National Taiwan Normal University, Department of Taiwanese Languages, Cultures and Literature. Presentation: 語言學以及知識社會學 (Linguistics and Sociology of Knowledge)
  • Nov 1, 2016 Department of Slavic Languages, Taiwan National Chengchi University. Talk: Sinology and Chinese Studies in the Czech Republic
  • Oct 28, 2016 Department of Taiwanese Language and Media Communication, National Lian-he University, Miaoli (Taiwan). Talk: “Taiwan Related Studies in the Czech Republic”
  • Apr 27, 2016 National Chengchi University, Department of Chinese Literature, Taiwan. Talk: 台灣戰後初期文學場域重建
  • Nov 25, 2015 Graduate Institute of Taiwanese Literature, National Taiwan University, Taipei. Talk: 如何在歐洲理解「中國文學」、「華語語系文學」和「台灣文學」的概念?
  • Apr 27, 2015 London School of Economics, London (UK). Talk: Re-constructing the Literary Field in Early Post-war Taiwan Literature: a quantitative study on the publication patterns of the contributors

A more detailed CV can be found here.

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