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Cheng-wei Chen

Graduate Student

Cheng-wei Chen

Position

  • GPTS-6

Contact information

Karl Jaspers Centre for Advanced Transcultural Studies
Voßstraße 2, Building 4400
Room 021
69115 Heidelberg
Germany

Email:
cheng-wei.chen@hcts.uni-heidelberg.de

Curriculum vitae

Education

Sep. 2013-present: Doctoral student, Institute of Chinese Studies, Heidelberg University, Germany

Sep. 2008-Jan. 2012: Master of Arts, Institute of Taiwan literature, National Tsinghua University, Taiwan

Sep. 2003-Jun. 2008: Bachelor of Laws, College of Law, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Graduate Thesis

Chen, Cheng-wei. “Multiple Practice of the “Pioneers”: Writings and Actions of Women’s Movement Activists and Female Writers in 1970s Taiwan.” National Tsinghua University, Hsinchu, 2012.

Employment

Feb. 2012-Jul. 2013: Full-time Research Assistant of National Science Council Project “Legal Reform and Feminist Legal Mobilization in Taiwan before the Lifting of Martial Law: A Feminist Legal History of Motherhood”, College of Law, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Sep. 2010-Feb. 2012: Part-time Research Assistant, College of Law, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Feb. 2010-Aug. 2010: Conference Organizer, Institute of Taiwan Literature, National Tsinghua University, Taiwan

Sep. 2009-Jan. 2010: Teaching Assistant of Prof. Yu-ting Wang's courses “Reading of Taiwanese Women's Literature” and “Seminar in Modern Taiwan Prose”, Institute of Taiwan Literature, National Tsinghua University, Taiwan

Jul. 2009-Nov. 2009: Executive Editor of the Book Laborers in Winds of September, Hsinchu, Taiwan

Sep. 2008-Aug. 2009: Part-time Research Assistant, Institute of Taiwan Literature, National Tsinghua University, Taiwan

Selected publications

Book Chapters:

Chen, Chen-wei (2013). “The Arrival of New Feminism: First Wave of Women's Writing Movements in Postwar Taiwan.” In Collection of Essays on Taiwan Literature, edited by Shu-chin Liu. Hsinchu, Taiwan: Tsinghua University Press. (in Chinese)

 

Chen, Cheng-wei (2011). “New Material and Perspective for History of Female Prose in Postwar Taiwan: on Female Columnists Tan-fei and Madam Wei-wei(1962-1982).” In The 8th Graduate Student Conference on Taiwanese Literature, edited by National Taiwan University Graduate Institute of Taiwan Literature. Tainan, Taiwan: National Museum of Taiwan Literature. (in Chinese)

 

Chen, Cheng-wei (2009). “Dialogue of Taiwanese Literature and Legal History during the Japanese Colonial Period: on Legal Writing in Lai-he’s Novels.” In The 6th Graduate Student Conference on Taiwanese Literature, edited by National Taipei University of Education Graduate school of Taiwanese Culture. Tainan, Taiwan: National Museum of Taiwan Literature. (in Chinese)

 

Reviewed articles:

Chen, Cheng-wei (2011). “The Publication with New Feminism: Tracing the History and Booklist of Pioneer Press,” Forum in Women's and Gender Studies, Vol. 95, Pp. 64-81. (in Chinese)

 

Conference papers:

Chen, Cheng-wei (2012). “The Nascent Voice of Women’s Legal Mobilization in Postwar Taiwan: on Legal Issues of Women’s Movement and Writing in 1970s.” Paper presented at The 15th Fundamental Legal Studies Conference, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, May 19. (in Chinese)

 

Chen, Cheng-wei (2010). “The Dagger and the Spear of New Feminism: Literary Communication, Writing Strategy, and Historical Significance of Hsiu-lien Lu’s Essays.” Paper presented at Taiwan Literature Conference for Graduate Students Exchange, held by Chengkung University, Miaoli, Taiwan, December 11. (in Chinese)

 

Chen, Cheng-wei (2010). “Narrative Sociological Analysis of Law and Literature: on Works of Law and Literature Award held by Taipei Bar Association.” The 13th Fundamental Legal Studies Conference, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, May 26. (in Chinese)

 

Translation:

Boyd, Susan B. Translated by Chen, Cheng-wei (2013). “Marriage is more than just a piece of paper: Feminist Critiques of Same Sex Marriage.” Forum in Women's and Gender Studies, Vol. 98, Pp. 78-83. (in Chinese)

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