The development direction of the Institute is the history of Ming and Qing Dynasties, modern Chinese history, Taiwan history, contemporary history of cross-strait relations, and public history.The curriculum design of this institute emphasizes both theory and practice, not only focusing on the training of the foundation of historical research, but also cultivating students' understanding and care of the local society, and developing the characteristics of public history.The graduation thesis of our institute is mainly research paper, but it is reformed in the direction of diversified public history, such as oral history, historical novels, documentaries, board games, field investigations and other application categories.Faculty members of the Institute actively participate in the research community, and use the center as a platform to promote various historical research. Recent key projects include: Taoyuan Studies Symposium, Material Cultural History Research Group from a Global Perspective, Academic Training Camp of the Human and Social Center of the Ministry of Science and Technology, and the Ministry of Education's Enhanced Teacher Quality Program.The institute often holds seminars, speeches, thesis presentations and reading clubs within the institute, encouraging students to participate in various activities and develop their own academic skills.The Institute has signed academic exchange agreements with domestic and foreign universities and research institutions to assist teachers and students to actively exchange visits and collect information.
|Effective start/end date||1/07/22 → 31/07/23|
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