Rueyling Tzeng

Visiting Fellow
Rueyling Tzeng is a research fellow at the Institute of European and American Studies of Academia Sinica, Taiwan. During her visit in Migration Policy Centre in Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies of European University Institute, she mainly focuses on the study of EU citizens’ social relationships with immigrants in the five countries. In addition, she is currently involved in the research of public opinions on immigration and providing health care to immigrants. In 2009, she was a member of Population Policy Committee, Academia Sinica. Much earlier, she received her doctoral degree from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Her work has appeared in International Migration Review, International Sociology, Asian Population Studies, Sociological Research Online and Gender in Management: An International Journal (formerly Women in Management Review). Lately she published a paper entitled “Beyond Palatable: White Privilege and Western Immigrant Restaurateurs in Postcolonial Taiwan.” in International Area Studies Review, 22(2): 168-185.
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