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University to Launch Taiwan Studies Program

What do you really know about Taiwan? The University of Texas wants to help you learn more.

Beginning in the fall of 2010, the Department of Asian Studies will offer a new undergraduate degree program in Taiwan Studies – one of the first universities in the world to do so. In addition to the degree program, the department will expand its graduate program offerings and areas of research.

The new studies track is funded in part by a grant from Taiwan’s Department of Education, in recognition of the scope and quality of UT faculty research, publications and educational course offerings. “The University of Texas at Austin has a three-decade history of commitment to the study of Taiwan that is unparalleled in the United States,” said Peilin Liang, an Asian Studies postdoctoral fellow and spokesperson for the department. Texas faculty are among the best known leaders and pioneers in Taiwanese literature, political science, and anthropology, having published research and hosted conferences and symposiums since 1979.

But at a time when China – not Taiwan – is widely perceived as the next superpower,  how will UT students benefit from a Taiwan-oriented education?

Taiwan remains firmly on the frontlines of U.S.-China relationship negotiations, especially after President Obama approved an arms sales package worth over $6 billion to Taiwan in January. Furthermore, BusinessWeek hailed Taiwan as the “hidden center of the global economy” in 2005, and the island ranked second in industrial technology worldwide in 2008. Thanks to the comprehensive education in Taiwanese politics, culture and economics UT offers, future leaders will have a leg-up on their competitors in understanding complex international relations in Asia.

The Taiwan Studies track will officially appear in the 2010-2012 undergraduate catalog for students to declare a major concentration. Changes and requirements for the degree in Asian Studies, Taiwan Studies track can be found here.

Dr. Peilin Liang will be facilitating a workshop at the upcoming ITASA 2010 Midwest Conference hosted by the Taiwanese American Student Association at The University of Texas at Austin. Registration for the conference is still open! For more information contact Hanna Huang at

Written by Katherine Fan

I am a 2008 UT journalism and Asian American studies graduate. While in college, I served an officer for the Taiwanese International Students' Association and have worked for the University in several capacities, most recently as a teaching assistant and managing editor for the China Maymester journalism program in 2009. I have been a freelance wedding photographer since 2002, and hope to attend UT law school in the near future. In my free time, I enjoy crafting, blogging, and traveling. I'm passionate about minority issues and social justice - the two often go hand in hand. I'm excited to see my alma mater striving to integrate more Asian American voices because I truly believe that what starts here at UT will change the world.

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