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Basic Data
NAME
Chen, Chih-Chieh Titus
TITLE
Assistant Research Fellow

DIVISION

Division of China Politics
E_mail
titusccc@nccu.edu.tw
EDUCATION
  • Ph.D., Political Science, University of California, Irvine
  • M.A., International Relations, American University, Washington, D.C.
  • B.A., Diplomacy, National Chengchi University
WORKING EXPERIENCES
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship, Center for International Studies, University of Southern California, August 2008-July 2009
  • Teaching Assistants for undergraduate courses, Fall 2002-Spring 2006.
  • Research Assistant, University of California, Irvine, July-December 2003
  • Research Assistant, American University, June-September 2001.
  • Assistant Manager, Undergraduate Computer Labs, School of Social Sciences, UC-Irvine, January 2007-August 2008.
  • Administrative Assistant, School of International Service, American University, September 2001-April 2002.
  • Research Intern, Office of Senior Vice President Erik R. Peterson, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, D.C., February-May 2001.
  • Lieutenant 1st class, Military Police Company, 104th Army Division, Taiwan, October 1997-August 1999.
RESEARCH FIELD
  • International relations theory, International organization and norm, Global civil society, Chinese politics/ Chinese foreign policy, East Asian security and political economy, Qualitative and interpretive research methods, Diplomatic history
PUBLICATIONS
 
  I Books and Chaptes
  1. “China’s Answer to Color Revolutions: A Mixed Bag of Vindication and Vigilance,” in Evgeny Finkel ed., Failed Promise of the Fourth Wave: Authoritarian Responses to Color Revolutions. New York: Routledge, 2011. (upcoming)
  2. “Extraterritoriality: Expanding Exclusive Internal Jurisdiction,” in Wayne Sandholtz and Kendall Stiles Ed., International Norms and Cycles of Change. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009.
  II Conference Paper
  1. “Law, Regime Security, and Global Norm: the Uneven Result of China’s Socialization by International Rule-of-Law Engagement.” In the 4th Annual Graduate Seminar on China, co-hosted by the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation, Hong Kong. (January 2008).
  2. “Reappraising China’s Foreign Policy in the 1920s: A Neo-Classical Realist Study with an Interpretive Approach.” In the annual convention of American Political Science Association (APSA), Chicago, IL. (September 2007).
  3. “Foreign Participation in China’s Human Rights Regime: Cosmeticians of Oppression or Defenders of Justice?” In the annual convention of the International Studies Association (ISA), Chicago, IL. (March 2007).
  4. “The Rise and Fall of Extraterritoriality: Norm Change in International Politics.” In the joint annual conference of the Northeastern Political Science Association (NPSA) and the International Studies Association-Northeast Region (ISA-NE), Boston, MA. (November 2006).
  5. “Diplomacy and Political Culture: Foreign Affairs Practices of Imperial China in the Late 19th century.” In the annual conference of the International Studies Association-Midwest, St. Louis, Missouri. (November 2004).
  6. “China’s Reaction to Taiwan’s UN Campaign.” In the annual conference of the American Association of Chinese Studies (AACS), Chicago, IL. (October 2001).
  7. “Interpreting Taiwan’s UN Membership Campaign in the 1990s: A Perspective of Conflict Resolution Theory.” In the 19th annual conference of the Association of Third World Studies (ATWS), Savannah, Georgia. (October 2001).
  8. “Besieged Women: Postcolonial and Patriarchal Interpretation of Taiwanese Comfort Women during World War II.” In the 14th annual conference of Peacemaking, Diversity and Social Change, George Washington University, Washington, D.C. (April 2001).