Recent Luce Foundation Grant Projects and Proposals
Luce Foundation Grant recipients since 2001 have worked on a wide variety of projects - including studies of global politics and Buddhist pilgrimage in Tibet, environmental degradation in the Meilixueshan region of China, and staged the role Tibetan folk dance in the commodification of ethnicity in China.
Below are links to online and downloadable versions of the project proposals and final reports of Reed's Luce grantees since 2001. Downloadable documents are available in Word or PDF format.
Religious Styles of Architecture in Chinatown
Betel in Taiwan: Embarrassing Trends of Progress
Luce Report for Undergraduate Research in Chinese Studies
"2003 Application for Luce Foundation Grant for Undergraduate Research in Chinese Studies"
"The Lost Voices: The Impact of the Development and Pereservation
Policies upon the Local People of Wudang Shan"
"Why Blame the Tibetans? A Discourse Analysis of the Yunnan Great Rivers Project"
"Pilgrimage in Tibet: An Anthropological Exploration of Intersecting Cultures"
"Govermental Control and Cultural Adaptation: A comparison between Rural and Urban Reactions to China's Fertility Control Policies."