Yu-Chieh Li was the Andrew W. Mellon C-MAP Fellow for the C-MAP Asia group from October 2013 to September 2015. At the Museum, she was a co-editor of post and organized workshops and research activities on contemporary and modern art in Asia. Her research interests included Dada, installation, and multimedia art as well as modern and contemporary art. Yu-Chieh worked as an intern at the 2008 Taipei Biennale and from 2011 to 2013 assisted in building “Chinese Women's Magazines in the Late Qing and Early Republican Period,” an online database launched by Heidelberg Research Architecture. She received her master’s degree in the history of European and East Asian Art from the University of Heidelberg and is currently preparing a doctoral dissertation on conceptualism of the 1980s in China.