OYCF-Chow Fieldwork Fellowship
OYCF is pleased to announce the 2018 award to the following four young scholars:
Jiling Duan is a PhD student in gender studies at Indiana University. She studies the gendered political discourses about family, marriage, reproduction, and other dimensions of intimate life in China as revealed by the state policies and media,
Peter Hick is a PhD student in history at Stanford University. He studies the social history of the Siyi region in Guangdong and the impact of the region's international out-migration on the local institutions, society and conflicts during the late Qing and early Republican period.
Kevin Luo is a PhD student in political science from the University of Toronto. He researches the long-term effects of military and political conflicts on the state’s extractive power and property rights development in early modern China.Di Wang is a PhD candidate in sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She conducts socio-legal studies of parental and conjugal rights mobilization in China.