Adjunct faculty

Miho Fukuda

Miho Fukuda

Adjunct Associate Professor
Position: Associate Professor, Institute of Life Sciences, Osaka City University
Ph.D. (History of Architecture), Kyoto University, Japan

Specialization:
History of Chinese Architecture, History of Chinese Gardens, History of Japanese Ancient Architecture and Gardens
E-mail: mfukuda@osaka-cu.ac.jp

Lai Yu-chih

Lai Yu-chih

Adjunct Associate Professor
Position: Associate Researcher, Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica
Ph.D. (Art History), Yale University, U.S.A.

Specialization:
Interflow of Visual Culture in Early Modern China and Japan, Studies of Imperial Qing Politics and Visual Culture, Sino-European Pictorial Interaction in Global Net
E-mail: yclai@gate.sinica.edu.tw
CV: https://reurl.cc/E2gNgn

Wang Wei-chou

Wang Wei-chou

Adjunct Assistant Professor
Position: Founder & Chair, Docomomo Taiwan
Centre des Hautes Etudes de Chaillot (France).
Architecture et Patrimoine, Centre des Hautes Etudes de Chaillot (France).
Architecte Diplômé par le Gouvernement avec les félicitations et l’unanimité du jury, Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture Paris-Belleville

Specialization:
European Architectural History and Architectural Maintenance, Preservation of Cultural Assets, Architectural Design and Planning, Southeast Asian Colonial Studies, Urban History and Modern Urban Planning, Block Preservation
E-mail: remi.wang2@gmail.com

Lin Huan-shen

Lin Huan-shen

Adjunct Associate Professor
Position: Associate Professor, Department of Cultural Heritage Conservation, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology
Doctoral Program (Design), Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan

Specialization:
Conservation of East Asian Painting, Calligraphy and Traditional Mounting
E-mail: linhs@yuntech.edu.tw

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Wu Hsiao-yun

Adjunct Associate Professor
Position: Researcher, Department of Antiquities, National Palace Museum
DPhil in Archaeology, University of Oxford (Oxford, UK)
PhD in Archaeology, Peking University (Beijing, China)

Specialization:
Chinese Bronze Age Archaeology, Interaction of Material Cultures in Bronze and Iron Age China and Eurasia Steppes, Chinese Archaism, Bronze Collection of the Ming and Qing dynasties

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