Dr. Tseng Yi-tsui 曾倚萃
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Institute of Political Science, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan
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July 6 to 29, 2017
Dr. Yi-tsui Tseng received her PhD in International Studies from the University of Denver in 2015. Her research has focused on the ideational construct in international politics, with topics ranging from the intellectual struggles of Japanese modernity to the modernization motif in the environmental political economy of China and India. Her ongoing project adopts a discursive approach to examining the co-evolution of the conception of natural constraints, state institutions, and the diffusion of the idea of sustainable development in these two nations.
Refereed Publications (selected):
Tseng, Yi-tsui. 2008. Reworking Modernity: Mizoguchi Yuzo’s China Study. Taipei: The Department of Political Science of National Taiwan University. (in Mandarin Chinese)
Shih, Chih-yu and Yi-tsui Tseng. 2008. “Overcoming of Being Asian? Temporality and Spatiality in Post-War Japan’s Thoughts on Modernity.” Political Science Review 36 (June 2008): 33-65. (in Mandarin Chinese)
Conference Papers (selected):
Tseng, Yi-tsui. 2017. “A Discursive Institutionalist Analysis of the Climate Policy of the People’s Republic of China.” Paper presented at the Political Studies Association Annual Conference, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom, April 10-12, 2017.
Tseng, Yi-tsui, 2016. “A Gold Rush to the West? Finance, Environment and Foreign Policy of China’s Maritime Silk Road in the 21st Century.” Paper presented at the International Conference on ASEAN and China’s Perspectives on Mainland and Maritime Asia: Historical, Cultural and Social Contexts, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thiland, December 15-16, 2016.