Dr. Josie-Marie Perkuhn is the project leader of the BMBF-funded project TAP. She received her PhD in 2018 from the College for Policy Performance of Democratic and Autocratic Regimes at the Institute of Political Science at Heidelberg University and subsequently worked as a postdoc / research associate at the Institute of Social Sciences in the Department of Political Science at Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel.
Dr. Thomas Fliß has been part of the TAP team as a postdoc and research assistant since the beginning of the project application preparation. He completed his PhD on Taiwanese-language rhyming literature at the Institute of Chinese Literature at National Cheng Kung University in 2020. His research in the TAP project focuses on Taiwanese literature and language, especially anthropocene-related themes and self-identity from the perspective of Taiwanese poetry and other rhyming literature.
Yi-syuan Wu is a research assistant in the project. She is a graduate of National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU), where she received her master's degree in European Cultures and Tourism. She worked at the National Central Library of Taiwan (NCL) for the MOFA Taiwan grant as a senior project assistant for four years. Starting in October, she will study at the University of Trier in the master's program "European and East Asian Governance".
Franziska Martini is a research assistant in the project. She is currently studying "China - Culture and Communication" at the University of Trier and holds a Bachelor's degree in "Modern China Studies" and "Philosophy".