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Taiwan Research Programme
London School of Economics and Political Science
Houghton Street
London, WC2A 2AE


Professor Stephan Feuchtwang

Dr Fang-Long Shih



Stephan Feuchtwang (2011) After the Event: the transmission of grievous loss in Germany, China and Taiwan [External link], London: Berghahn Books. ISBN 978-08574-5086-9.

Fang-Long Shih, Paul-François Tremlett and Stuart Thompson (eds, 2009), Re-Writing Culture in Taiwan, London and New York: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-46666-0.

Journal Articles and Chapters

Fang-Long Shih (Forthcoming) ‘Forget Dawkins: notes towards an ethnography of doubt’, Social Analysis.

Fang-Long Shih (2012) ‘Generating Power in Taiwan: nuclear, political, and religious power’ [External link], Culture and Religion, 13 (3): 309–327. ISSN 1475-5610 (Print), 1475-5629 (Online).

Fang-Long Shih (2011) 'Addressing Injustice through State, Local Culture and Global Civil Society: The White Terror incidents in Taiwan', in Martin Albrow and Hakan Seckinelgin (eds) Global Civil Society 2011: globality and the absence of justice  [External link], Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 30–37. ISBN 978-02302-7201-9.

Fang-Long Shih (2011) 'Memory, Partial Truth and Reconciliation without Justice: The White Terror Luku Incident in Taiwan' [PDF], in Taiwan in Comparative Perspective (3): 140–151. ISSN 1752-7732.

Fang-Long Shih (2010) 'Chinese “Bad Death” Practices in Taiwan: maidens and modernity' [External link], Mortality, 15 (2): 122–137. ISSN 1357-6275 (Print), 1469-9885 (Online).

Fang-Long Shih (2010) ‘Women, Religions and Feminisms’, in Bryan S. Turner (ed.), The New  Blackwell Companion to the Sociology of Religion  [External link], Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 221–243. ISBN-13: 978-14051-8852-4.

Stephan Feuchtwang (2009) 'Afterword', in Fang-Long Shih, Stuart Thompson, and Paul-François Tremlett (eds), Re-Writing Culture in Taiwan. London: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-46666-0.

Stephan Feuchtwang (2009) 'The Transmission of Traumatic Loss: a case study from Taiwan', in Nicolas Argenti and Katharina Schramm (eds), Remembering Violence: anthropological perspectives on intergenerational transmission [External link], London: Berghahn Books. ISBN 978-18454-5624-5.

Stephan Feuchtwang (2008) 'History and the Transmission of Shared Loss: the great leap famine in china and the Luku incident in Taiwan', in Eric Sautedé (ed.), History and Memory: present reflections on the past to build our future  [External link], Macao: Macau Ricci Institute, pp. 163-189. ISBN 978-9993-7947-07.

Fang-Long Shih (2007) ‘The “Red” Tide Anti-Corruption Protest: what does it mean for democracy in Taiwan?’ [PDF], Taiwan in Comparative Perspective, 1 (1): 87–98. ISSN 1752-7732.

Fang-Long Shih (2007) ‘Generation of a New Space: a maiden temple in the Chinese religious culture of Taiwan’ [External link], Culture and Religion, 8 (1): 89–104. ISSN 1475-5610 (Print), 1475-5629 (Online).

Fang-Long (2006) ‘From Regulation and Rationalisation, to Production: Government Policy on Religion in Taiwan’, in D. Fell, H. Klöter, and B.-Y. Chang (eds) What Has Changed? Taiwan before and after the change in ruling parties  [External link], Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, pp. 265–283. ISBN 978-3447-0537-92.

Fang-Long Shih, Paul-François Tremlett, and Stephan Feuchtwang (2006) ‘The Formation and Function of the Category “Religion” in Anthropological Studies of Taiwan’ [External link], Method and Theory in the Study of Religion, 18 (1): 37–66. ISSN 0943-3058 (Print), 1570-0682.