The catalog of EFEO Publications includes works on a wide range of disciplines in the humanities and social sciences (archaeology, history, anthropology, literature, philology, etc.), centered on Asia, from India to Japan.
These publications address both specialists, and a wider public interested in Asian civilizations and societies.
Frank Muyard is currently Head of École française d’Extrême-Orient (EFEO) Taipei Center and Associate Professor, National Central University, Taiwan. His main research interests are Taiwan and China’s modern history and sociology, as well as Austronesian prehistory and South China protohistory. He is currently researching the history of Taiwanese archaeology and its interactions with state nationalism and indigenous peoples. Recent publications include “The Role of Democracy in the Rise of the Taiwanese National Identity,” in A New Era in Democratic Taiwan (J. Sullivan & C. Lee eds., 2018), “Taiwan Archaeology and Indigenous Peoples,” in Archaeology, History and Indigenous Peoples (L. Hung ed., 2016), and “Comparativism and Taiwan Studies: Analyzing Taiwan in/out of Context, or Taiwan as an East Asian New World Society,” in Comparatizing Taiwan (S. Shih & P. Liao eds., 2015).