Lih-jiuan Fann: Associate professor . Ph.D. of Sociology, Texas A&M University.
Research Interests: deliquency and deviance, adolescent development, social stratification, social gerontology, medical sociology, race and ethnicity, social psychology, social statisitcs, and research methods.
謝若蘭副教授(Justice Studies Ph.D.,Arizona State University, 2002)
Jolan Hsieh: Associate professor. Arizona State University - Main Campus. Ph.D in Justice Studies (Interdisciplinary Program in Law and Social Science)。
Research interests：justice theories, law and society, human rights, gender/ethnic/class studies, collective identity and social movement, indigenous peoples' traditional knowledge and intellectual property rights, pingpu / siraya studies, critical race and legal studies, social science research theories and methodologies, and environmental justice.
Joyce Hsiu-yen Yeh: Associate Professor. Sociology PhD, Lancaster University, UK.
Her research and fieldwork have concentrated on sociology of tourism, cultural performances and ethnic studies. Her current research interests include youth mobility, cultural industries, cross-cultural consumption, material culture of tourism, and indigenous festival and food studies.
Yuh-jen Lu: Assistant Professor. Ph.D., Department of Performance Studies, New York University.
Research Interests: performance and culture studies, postcolonial discourse and diaspora studies, Euro-American aesthetics, dance sociology and historiography, critical writings in performance, movement analyses, and urban ethnography. She was the recipient of the Cynthia Jean Cohen Bull Memorial Award in 2002 for her PhD dissertation, Wrestling with the Angels: Choreographing Chinese Diaspora in the United States (1930s-1990s).
Su-chen Lin: Assistant Professor. Ph.D., Department of History, National Cheng Kung University.
Research Interests: history of Taiwan under Japanese colonial rule, history of aborigines in Japanese colonial rule, society and culture of Taiwanese aborigines, religious history of Taiwanese aborigines, ethic relations history of Taiwan, tribal history methodology, Taiwanese history.
Chao-Ying Lee: Assistant Professor, PhD in History of Art, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.
Research Interests: Aboriginal Iconography, Art Theory and Criticism, Visual Culture Theory, Ethnic Art Studies, Art Sociology, Museum Studies, Cultural Heritage, European Art History, Sino-French Art and Culture Exchange History of the Eighteenth Century.