Study of Grant Proposals and Referee Reports for Digital Humanities Courses in Taiwan
Yawen Zou, Shu-heng Chen, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen
Grant proposals are important academic writings and the review of grant proposals is equally important to academics from all disciplines. With the rapid growth of the computational technologies, research on digital humanities have increased tremendously worldwide, and Taiwanese scholars have been actively engaged in the digital turn. This research studies the grant proposals of Taiwan’s “Talent Cultivation Project for Digital Humanities” in 2017 and 2018, and the corresponding referee reports. The grant proposals reveal the themes of digital humanities research in Taiwan, and the referee reports shed light on the common features of referee feedbacks.