Gennaio 2016

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Ming Qing Studies 2015

Volume dedicato alla memoria
del Prof. Lionello Lanciotti.





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Call for Papers
China's Propaganda System: Legacies and Enduring Themes

Conference date: 30th June – 1st of July, 2016.
Location: University of Kent, United Kingdom.

Purpose of the conference:

Propaganda has always been integral to the post-1949 Chinese state. Following the success of the Revolution, the Communist Party of China rapidly took control of all forms of media with the aim of utilising them to further its ambition of creating a new society. The aim of this conference is to investigate both the rationale and implementation of the various forms of propaganda in the Chinese state. We are keen to explore the historical development of propaganda within the People’s Republic. To this end we wish to investigate the way in which media and institutions were used to further ideological objectives and convince the populous of the benefits of the new society that the Party were determined to construct. We are particularly keen to encourage a multidisciplinary approach. Therefore, we would welcome a diversity of perspectives from different areas of historical research that share a link with the development of propaganda; for example, art history, photography or film studies. Consequently, topics may include, but are not limited, to the following:

• The influence of pre-1949 Chinese society on the development of Communist propaganda.
• The development of propaganda systems and institutions within the state following the founding of the People’s Republic in 1949.
• Media representations of the early stages of the Mao era, 1949-1965.
• Media representations of the later stages of the Mao era, 1965-1976.
• The nature of propaganda and its ability to articulate the requirements of the state to its citizenry.
• Theories of nationalism and social development and their translation into propaganda.
• International responses to Chinese communist propaganda.
• Post-Mao era developments in propaganda.

Keynote speakers include Professor Chris Berry, specialist in Chinese cinema and Yang Pei Ming, curator of the Shanghai Propaganda Poster Art Centre.

Doctoral students as well as established scholars are invited to submit an abstract of a maximum 300 words as well as a short CV by the 29th of February 2016. Papers are expected to be maximum 20 minutes in length.

Please address proposals and questions to James Farley, jf312@kent.ac.uk. Please include your name, contact details and institutional affiliation.

Deadline: 29 february 2016


Call for Applications
PHD project on Chinese Histotical Linguistics (with an emphasis on Buddhist manuscript material) - Ghent University

The Department of Languages and Cultures, Section Chinese Language and Culture, Ghent University, invites applications for a PhD project on research in Medieval Chinese. The following PhD project will be funded by BOF (Special Research Fund Flanders) for a period of four years:
“A Study on Chinese Phonetic Loan Characters in Dunhuang Manuscripts Dating from 700-1000 CE”

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Deadline of applications: 1 February 2016


Fellowship opportunities for graduate students by the Chung-Hwa Institute of Buddhist Studies

The Chung-Hwa Institute of Buddhist Studies is carrying on an annual fellowship program for graduate students who are working on pre-modern Chinese Buddhism. This fellowship is to support MA thesis research, PhD dissertation research and PhD dissertation writing.


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E-mail: grant@chibs.edu.tw

Deadline for submission: March 1st every year.
Applications will only be considered for projects that begin on or after March 1st each year.


Postdoctoral scholarship Nanyang Technological University of Singapore

Post-doctoral fellowship including Translation Studies. Position to be held at the Centre for Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS) of the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences, NTU

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Deadline: 15 January 2016


Job opportunity university of Oxford

The University of Oxford is seeking a Departmental Lecturer in Modern Chinese History and Politics, tenable from 1 October 2016 for a fixed-term of 3 years. The appointment is to fulfil teaching needs while Professor Rana Mitter serves as Director of the Oxford China Centre, and is a joint appointment by the History Faculty and the Department of Politics and International Relations.

Applications are invited from scholars with active research interests in any field of modern Chinese History or Politics; historians with some interests in contemporary Chinese politics, broadly defined, or political scientists or theorists of China with historical interests would be particularly welcome.

The successful candidate will demonstrate an ability and willingness to give tutorials, lectures, classes and supervision at both undergraduate and graduate level. S/he will also be required to undertake examining and administrative work for the Faculty and the Department, and will engage in advanced study and original research in modern Chinese History and Politics.

The successful candidate will hold a doctorate in a relevant field or show evidence that a doctorate is imminently expected. S/he will have a strong research record and a record of successful teaching within the field, the ability to teach and lecture at an appropriate level in an interesting, engaging manner and a willingness to undertake examining and administrative duties.

Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.

Applications must be made online. To apply for this role and for further details, including the job description and selection criteria, please click on the link below.

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Deadline for applications: 12.00 noon on 4 February 2016.


Call for Papers
New European Research on Contemporary China Conference (3rd Edition)

TDate: July 4 - 6 , 2016
Venue: Beijing (Delegation of the European Union to China)

This conference aims to bring together doctoral candidates, post-doctoral researchers and recent PhDs based in China, either European nationals or affiliated with European research institutions, in order to produce an overview of the emerging problematics in Chinese studies. The focus of the conference is on contemporary China, in a multi-disciplinary social science perspective.

Schedule and Location: Beijing, July 4 - 6, 2016
Contact: Mr. Henry Wu, cefc@cefc.com.hk
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Deadline for Submission: 15 February 2016


Call for Papers
10th China Goes Global Conference

The 10th Annual China goes Global conference will be held in Macerata, Italy, the birthplace of Matteo Ricci. We call for papers, panel presentations, book authors, and PhD students researching China’s globalization to submit their work on our website. A significant part of the world’s economy, trade, and investment, China has become a center of influence to geopolitics, world institutions, and the global economic health. We seek research on the internationalization of China from a multi-disciplinary perspectives, including political economy, business, sociology, and environmental studies. The conference attracts multinational attendees mostly from the academy, but also from government, international institutions, and the business sectors.

We invite papers to join the following Panel:Negotiation, Language and Culture

New generations from a Chinese background. Negotiating belonging through language and culture

Eduardo Barberis (DESP – University of Urbino Carlo Bo, Italy);
ValentinaPedone (LILSI – University of Florence, Italy)


Deadline for submission: 15 March 2016

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Call for papers:
Ming Qing yanjiu XX 2016

MING QING YANJIU, founded in 1992, is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated primarily to advanced studies of pre-modern China. This journal provides a forum for scholars from a variety of fields related to late imperial and early republican period that aim to have a cross-disciplinary discourse. Contributions in sociology, literature, psychology, anthropology, history, geography, linguistics, semiotics, political science, and philosophy, as well as book reviews are welcome.

Deadline: 1 March  2016

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Call for submission:
the EACS 2016 Young Scholar Award

The jury welcomes papers of high scholarly promise engaging primary sources, secondary scholarship, and innovative research methodologies relevant to the field. Candidates for the YSA should be 35 years of age or below (2016 YSA candidates must have been born in 1981 or later). More details at the link.

Deadline: 15 January 2016


Call for Papers:
EACS 2016

The 21st biennial conference of the European Association for Chinese Studies will be held in St. Petersburg, Russia on August 23 -28, 2016. It is jointly organized by St. Petersburg State University, the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts RAS and State Hermitage Museum.

Deadline: 15 January 2016


Fellowship:
PhD fellowships in East Asian Studies (GEAS, FU Berlin)

The Graduate School of East Asian Studies (GEAS), funded by the Excellence Initiative of the German Federal and State Governments, will admit doctoral candidates to its program, beginning October 1st, 2016. Up to 12 candidates will receive a grant by the Graduate School (DFG), and up to 3 candidates can be accepted with funding either from other Freie Universität Berlinprograms, or from partner institutions in East Asia (CSC, etc.) or scholarships provided by German or international organizations.

Deadline: 15 January 2016


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