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研究員 / 陳韻如

陳韻如

  • Doctor of Juridical Science (S.J.D.), Harvard Law School
  • 早稲田大学高等研究所 助教

Monthly Spotlight[Monthly Spotlihgt]は研究員にスポットをあて、研究内容とそのビジョンを毎月紹介していくコンテンツです。

研究テーマ

The legal treatment of the family is - and has long been - a crucial element of (post-) colonial legal orders. Mainly based on archival records, this project aims to bring the often-missing East Asian experience and perspective to the broader discussion on family, nationalism and globalization of law in (post-) colonial societies. Taking modern Taiwan as the vantage point, this project tries to show that family law does not necessarily play a reactionary role in developing nationalism in East Asia.

略歴

2000 .6 LL.B., National Taiwan University (Minor in Economics)
2004.6 LL.M   National Taiwan University
2006.6 LL.M Harvard Law School
2013 .6 5 S.J.D. Harvard Law School
2013.7-2014.8 Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for Global Law and Policy, Harvard Law School
2014.8-2015.4 Postdoctoral Fellow, Baldy Center for Law and Social Policy, State University of New York, Buffalo

研究項目

  • East Asia Law
  • Legal History
  • Law& Society
  • Globalization of Law
  • American Legal Thoughts
  • Family Law

主な研究業績

  1. “Rule of Law” as an Anti-Colonial Discourse: Taiwanese Liberal Nationalists’ Imagination of Nation and World under Japanese Colonialism, 18 Law Text Culture (Forthcoming, 2014)

  2. Family Law as a Repository of Volksgeist: The Germany-Japan Genealogy 4 (2) Comparative Law Review (2013)

プロフィール(趣味など)

Running alongside the river
Learning to cook with new ingredients
Reading

所属学会

The American Society for Legal History

受賞

2014 (declined by University’s Rule) A candidate for JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship for Foreign Researchers
2014 Baldy Postdoctoral Fellowship, The Baldy Center for Law and Social Policy, State University of New York, Buffalo
2013 IGLP Postdoctoral Fellowship, The Institute for Global Law and Policy Harvard Law School
2013 Best Paper Award, The Yong K. Kim Prize, Harvard Law School
2012 The Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation Fellowship
2007 European Law Research Center Fellowship, Harvard Law School
2006, 2007 East Asian Legal Studies Fellowship, Harvard Law School
2005 Taiwan Merit Scholarship, Ministry of Education, Taiwan

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