Dicembre 2014
 
Cari Soci,
come vi sarà sicuramente noto, è attualmente in corso un dibattito internazionale sul ruolo degli Istituti Confucio. L’Europa è stata recentemente interessata dal cosiddetto “incidente di Braga” avvenuto in occasione del convegno EACS del luglio 2014, per il quale si rinvia al sito dell’Associazione. Lungi dall’auspicare la chiusura degli Istituti Confucio, la cui utilità come strumento per la diffusione della lingua cinese è chiara a tutti noi, crediamo che sia utile avviare anche all’interno della nostra Associazione una discussione aperta, peraltro già in atto su alcuni organi di stampa. Per questo motivo abbiamo deciso di attivare un FORUM, a cui siete tutti invitati a partecipare, e una RASSEGNA STAMPA, dove saranno raccolti articoli apparsi sulla stampa e nel web italiani. Speriamo che il forum apra un dibattito vivace e proficuo.

Per accedere al forum è necessario iscriversi QUI.

Il Direttivo

Convegni, conferenze, mostre e altri eventi

La civiltà sinica in Asia Orientale

Prof. Paolo Santangelo, Sapienza Università di Roma

2 dicembre 2014 ore 17:30-19:30
3 dicembre 2014 ore 08:30-10:30

Aula Magna,
Struttura didattica speciale di Lingue e letterature straniere di Ragusa 

Organizzazione:
Dott.ssa Lavinia Benedetti, Università di Catania

Locandina


Novità editoriali

Si ricorda ai soci che fossero intenzionati che è possibile pubblicare/aggiornare la propria bibliografia presente sul sito AISC, compilando gli appositi moduli o concordando con il webmaster (lupisano@inrete.it) formule alternative.


Rivista con uscita annuale: "Caratteri"

- Genere: Letteratura cinese contemporanea

- Direttori editoriali: Qiu Huadong, Patrizia Liberati, Silvia Pozzi

- Autori narrativa: A Yi, Di An, Fan Xiaoqing, Li Er, Li Jingze, Liu Cixin, Lu Min, Lu Nei, Mai Jia, Ren Xiaowen, Sheng Keyi, Tie Ning

- Autori poesia: Chun Shu, Hou Ma, Sun Lei, Tian Yuan, Yu Jian, Zhai Yongming

- Traduttori narrativa: Flavio Aulino, Mario De Grandis, Ivan Franceschini, Paola Iovene, Patrizia Liberati, Maria Rita Masci, Alessandra Pezza, Silvia Pozzi, Stefania Stafutti

- Traduttori poesia: Fang Xi, Alessandra Lavagnino, Mario Sabattini, Luca Stirpe, Serena Zuccheri

- Vincitori del primo concorso di traduzione della rivista Caratteri, tra più di cento partecipanti: Mario De Grandis, Alessandra Pezza e, per la poesia, Fang Xi


Altre comunicazioni

CEFC
Mobility grant for doctoral research on contemporary China - 2015 campaign

The Scientific Board of research institutes in Asia attached to the French Foreign Ministry awards one nine-month PhD scholarship during its annual meeting in the spring. The scholarship comprises a monthly stipend of 1625 Euros, round-trip air travel from Europe to Hong Kong, China or Taiwan (when applicable), transportation of luggage up to 200 Euros and repatriation insurance.

Deadline: 15 January  2015

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Call for papers:
2015 Melbourne Conference on China, "Accountability and control in the Xi Jinping era" - August 21-22, 2015

The 2015 Melbourne Conference on China, for the first time organised by the newly inaugurated Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies at the University of Melbourne, provides a timely occasion to weigh up the state of the reform process in the Xi Jinping era. The purpose of this conference is to discuss the policy measures required to lift China over the middle-income hurdle, and whether the Xi administration has the will and institutional infrastructure to implement such measures.
The Centre invites submissions of interest for individual papers that address, directly or indirectly, the following areas of contemporary Chinese public policy in economic, social or political contexts:

· China’s path of development
· Law, legal system, legal culture
· Organisation of the Party and the bureaucracy
· Regulating the public and private economies
· Environmental concerns
· Financial and fiscal systems
· Social welfare reform
· Central-local relations
· Population policy

Please send an abstract of 500 words for your proposed paper to china-centre@unimelb.edu.au by 12 December 2014. A conference fee of $60 will be charged to cover the cost ofteas and lunch. Limited financial support for travel and accommodation will be available to select participants.

Deadline:  12 December 2014


AHRC Midlands3Cities funding for UK/EU students
School of Contemporary Chinese Studies

The Midlands3Cities doctoral training partnership is a collaboration between the universities of Nottingham, Nottingham Trent, Leicester, De Montfort, Birmingham and Birmingham City. The DTP is in the second of five years, awarding 87 PhD Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) studentships for UK/EU applicants for 2015 entry. M3C provides research candidates with cross-institutional mentoring, expert supervision including cross-institutional supervision where appropriate, subject-specific and generic training, and professional support in preparing for a career.

The School of Contemporary Chinese Studies at the University of Nottingham is inviting applications from students whose research interests include:


• Modern Social, Business, Economic, Military, Diplomatic and Political History of the Chinese-Speaking World (Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong)

• Cultural, Art and Visual (including Performing Art)

• History of Mainland China and Taiwan

• Popular Culture in China

• Cinema

• The Chinese Diaspora

• Political Culture in China

• Religion

• Disability in modern Chinese culture

• Chinese literature (from late imperial to contemporary period)

• Intellectual History of China (from the late Qing to the present)

• Media and Communications, Internet-enabled Social Media, and Propaganda in China

• Anthropological Studies of China

• Heritage and Preservation in China

• Depictions of East Asia in European Literature; Depictions of the West in East Asian Literature


For full details of eligibility, funding and research supervision areas (including use of the supervision search tool) please visit www.midlands3cities.ac.uk or enquiries@midlands3cities.ac.uk.

Deadline: 14 January 2015


Call for papers
Ming Qing Studies 2015

The new edition of Ming Qing Studies 2014 is going to be published by Aracne Publishers in Fall 2014.
Applicants are encouraged to submit abstracts for the next issue of Ming Qing Studies 2015. The contributions should concern Ming-Qing China in one or few of its most significant and multifaceted aspects, as well as on East Asian countries covering the same time period. All articles will be examined by our qualified peer reviewers.


Deadline: 31 December 2014


Call for papers:
9th International Conference of the European Association of Chinese Linguistics
(EACL-9)

The European Association of Chinese Linguistics invites anonymous abstracts for 30-minute talks (20+10) presenting new research into all areas of Chinese linguistics (excluding Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language). Submissions may not exceed 500 words and must be written in English. Presentations at the conference may be in Mandarin Chinese or English.

Deadline: 30 April  2015


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