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Professor Stephan Feuchtwang
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Dr Fang-Long Shih
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Seminar Series on Taiwan Studies and Irish Studies in Comparative Perspective

These seminars form part of a research theme on Taiwan Studies and Irish Studies in Comparative Perspective

Spring 2014

Monday 10 February 2014 6pm-8pm, G.17, 32 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London School of Economics (LSE)
Bill Kissane (LSE):  Calls for a new Republic during the euro zone crisis in the Republic of Ireland: evidence of a consolidated, imminent, or non-existent democracy

Summer 20111

Thursday 12 May 2011 6pm-8pm, Seligman Library (Room OLD.6.05), Old Building, London School of Economics (LSE)
Professor Diane Negra (University College Dublin):  Gendering the Recession in Ireland

Thursday 9 June 2011 6pm-8pm, Seligman Library (Room OLD.6.05), Old Building, London School of Economics (LSE)
Professor Gerardine Meaney (University College Dublin):  Adaptation, Gender and Transnational Identities in the Films of Ang Lee and Neil Jordan

Spring 2011

Thursday 3 March 2011 6pm-8pm, Seligman Library (Room OLD.6.05), Old Building, London School of Economics (LSE)
Professor Mary E. Daly (University College London): Economic Transition in Ireland 1957-73: contrasts and comparisons with Taiwan

Autumn 2010

Thursday 21 October 2010 6pm-8pm, Room S75, St Clement's Building, London School of Economics (LSE)

Dr Peter Y.H. Chen (National Taipei University): A proposed initiative for Political Negotiation between China and Taiwan through Negotiation and Conflict Management Theory and Practice

Thursday 4 November 2010 6pm-8pm, Room S75, St Clement's Building, London School of Economics (LSE)
Dr Edward Vickers (Institute of Education): History, identity and the Politics of Taiwan's Museum's: reflections on the DPP-KMT transition

Thursday 11 November 2010 6pm-8pm,  Room S75, St Clement's Building, London School of Economics (LSE)
Professor Bryan Fanning (University College Dublin):  Explaining Developmental Immigration in the Republic of Ireland: some comparisons with Taiwan

Thursday 9 December 2010 6pm-8pm, Room S75, St Clement's Building, London School of Economics (LSE)
Dr Ming-Yeh T . Rawnsley (University of Leeds): Cinema, Identity and Resistence: A Comparative Perspective on A City of Sadness and The Wind that Shakes the Barley

Summer 2010

Tuesday 25 May 2010 4pm-6pm, New Theatre, East Building, London School of Economics (LSE)
Dr Kerry Brown (Chatham House):  Taiwan and the Peace Process in Northern Ireland: parallels and divergences

Thursday 8 July 2010 6pm-8pm, Seligman Library (Room A607), Old Building, London School of Economics (LSE)
Dr Wei-Hung Kao (National Taiwan University): Voices from Two Theatrical Others: labour Issues in the theatres of Ireland and Taiwan

Spring 2010

Thursday 11 March 2010 6pm-8pm, Seligman Library (Room A607), Old Building, London School of Economics (LSE) 
Professor Pei-te Lien (University of California, Santa Barbara): Political Incorporation Compared: the Irish and the Taiwanese experience in the United States

Thursday 18 March 2010 6pm-8pm, Room U111, Tower Two, London School of Economics (LSE)
Reverend John McNeil Scott (LSE):  Precarious Belongings: Presbyterian political and theological responses to minority in Taiwan and Ireland 

Spring 2009

Thursday 26 February 2009 6pm-8pm, Seligman Library (Room A607), Old Building, London School of Economics (LSE) 
Mr Stuart Thompson (School of Oriental and African Studies): Educational Policy and Language Matters: Taiwan, Ireland, and Catalonia in comparative perspective

Autumn 2008

Thursday 11 December 2008 6pm-8pm, Seligman Library (Room A607), Old Building, London School of Economics (LSE) 
Dr Chin-An (Khin-huann) Li (National Taiwan Normal University): A Comparative Study of Language Movements in Taiwan in Ireland

Autumn 2007

Thursday 18 October 2007 6pm-8pm, Seligman Library (Room A607), Old Building, London School of Economics (LSE) 
Mr Stuart Thompson (School of Oriental and African Studies): Some Thoughts on Irish Studies as a Comparator for Taiwan Studies

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