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  • Publish Date:2016/10/11
    Modify Date:2017/03/29
Wen-Ling Huang
  • Position:Assistant Research Fellow
  • TEL:886-(2)-37897272
  • Mail:wlhuang@sinica.edu.tw
  • Assistant’s Name:Chih-wei Wu
  • Assistant’s Phone:886-2-3789-7240
  • Assistant’s Mail:ngotiui@gate.sinica.edu.tw
Wen-Ling Huang

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D. Chinese Culture University (2004)

MAJOR EXPERIENCE

  • Assistant Research Fellow, Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica

SPECIALISM

  • American History
  • Women's Voluntary Association in the U.S.
  • Women's Voluntary Association in the U.S.
  • Afro-American Woman Study

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

I. Referred Papers

  1. Huang, Wen-ling. (2015). “Carter G. Woodson and His Racial Strategies in Negro History Bulletin, 1937-1950,” Bulletin of Historical Research 54: 149-193.
  2. Huang, Wen-ling. (2014). "Between Accommodation and Confrontation—Eunice Rivers and the Tuskegee Syphilis Study," EurAmerica 44, 4: 415-465.
  3. Huang, Wen-ling. (2014). "Blacks in the American South and the Tuskegee Study of the 1930s," Social Sciences in China 224: 183-203.
  4. Huang, Wen-ling. (2014). “Female Race Historians in the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 1915-1950,” Cheng Kung Journal of Historical Studies 46: 179-224.
  5. Huang, Wen-ling. (2013). “Carter G. Woodson and the Professionalism of the Black History,” Fu Jen Historical Journal 31: 1-40.
  6. Huang, Wen-ling. (2012). “The Case Study of the National Association of Colored Women and the Douglass Home,” Soochow Journal of History 28: 149-182.
  7. Huang, Wen-ling. (2011). “We Should be Respected: A Case Study of the Black Mammy Monument of 1923,” New History 22, 2: 55-100.
  8. Huang, Wen-ling. (2009). “A Case Study of Mary Church Terrell, 1891-1925,” EurAmerica 39, 3: 489-532.
  9. Huang, Wen-ling. (2009). “Ideology on Black Education of Mary McLeod Bethune in Her Early Years, 1904-1923,” Fu Jen Historical Journal 22: 195-235.
  10. Huang, Wen-ling. (2008). “Self-help during Segregation: The Case Study of the Blacks' Tuberculosis and Health Care during the Progressive Era in the United States,” Bulletin of the Department of History National Taiwan University 42: 173-220.
  11. Huang, Wen-ling. (2006). “Purify the Family or Reform the Social System? The Standpoints of Mary McLeod Bethune toward the Racial Issue, 1924-1928,” New History 17, 1: 43-89.
  12. Huang, Wen-ling. (2005). “Women’s City Club of New York and the Open Admissions Policy of City University of New York,” Bulletin of Historical Research 33: 287-311.
  13. Huang, Wen-ling. (2005). “Strategies in Urging the Rights and Interests in Employment for Women by the Women’s City Club of New York in 1970s,” Humanitas Taiwanica 62: 441-484.
  14. Huang, Wen-ling. (2004). “Another Type of Women’s Movement―The Women’s City Club of New York Urges Higher Education Rights for Women,” EurAmerica 34, 2: 307-355.
  15. Huang, Wen-ling. (2001). “The Woman Voluntary Association in 1920s: A Case Study of the Women’s City Club of New York,” New History 12, 3: 47-104.
  16. Huang, Wen-ling. (2001). “Challenges and Responses in the American History--Case Study of the Presidents’ Farewell of the American Historical Association, 1960s-1970s,” Soochow Journal of History 7: 123-138.
  17. Huang, Wen-ling. (1991). “The City Machine Politics and the Lower Class in the Progressive Era,” American Studies 21, 3: 47-81.

II. Conference Papers

  1. Huang, Wen-ling. (2013, May 3-4). "Medical Care under Segregation: The Case Study of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study in 1930s." Paper presented at the 9th Historiography and Philology Symposium: From Society to Politics, Re-presentation of Modern History in China, Department of History, Soochow University, Taipei.
  2. Huang, Wen-ling. (2012, November 16-17). "Carter G. Woodson and the Professionalism of the Black History." Paper presented at the 8th International Symposium on the History of Cross-Cultural Exchange: Life, Work, and Language, Department of History, Fu Jen Catholic University, New Taipei City.
  3. Huang, Wen-ling. (2011, August 27). "History and the Collective Memory for the Afro-Americans in their Explanations of the Civil War History." Paper presented at the Conference on History and Memory, Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taipei.
  4. Huang, Wen-ling. (2008, May 16-17).“Ideology on Black Education of Mary McLeod Bethune in Her Early Years, 1904-1923.” Paper presented at the Conference on the International Symposium on Culture-Exchanges: Cultural Impact and Cultural Transformation, Department of History, Fu-Jen Catholic University, New Taipei City.
  5. Huang, Wen-ling. (2007, November 9).“Self-help in Segregation―The Case Study of the Black, Tuberculosis and Health Care during the Progressive Era in the United States.” Paper presented at the Conference on Gender Equality in Europe and the United States: Work, Family, and Policy,   Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taipei.
  6. Huang, Wen-ling. (2004, September 24).“The Case Study of Mary McLeod Bethune,1924-1928.” Paper presented at the Conference on Twentieth-Century American History: Women and Gender, Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taipei.
  7. Huang, Wen-ling. (2003, October 16).“To be Irrelevant to Gender: Strategies in Urging the Rights and Interests in Employment for Women by the Women’s City Club of New York.” Presented in the Conference on The Research of Women’s Rights, Benefits, and Status in the United States and Europe. Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taipei.
  8. Huang, Wen-ling. (2001, October 26).“Rights and Opportunities: To Evaluate the Open Admission Policy.” Presented in the Conference on “Twentieth-Century American History.”Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taipei.

III. Book Reviews

  1. Huang, Wen-ling. (1990). Review of Ethnics, Machines, and the American Urban Future (Scott Greer ed.), American Studies 20, 4: 103-107.
  2. Huang, Wen-ling. (1990). Review of Boss Cox’s Cincinnati: Urban Politics in the Progressive Era (by Zane L. Miller), New History 1, 3: 171-176.
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