Dicembre 2018

 

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Convegni, conferenze, mostre e altri eventi

Confucio torna all’Artigiano in Fiera

Istituto Confucio dell’Università degli Studi di Milano
Sabato 1 – domenica 9 dicembre 2018, 10:00 -19:00
Rho Fiera Milano
Padiglione 14
stand L144
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Locandina

Proiezione del film “Diari di un poliziotto” (Ning Ying, 2013)

All’interno del Noir in Festival

Istituto Confucio dell’Università degli Studi di Milano, Noir in Festival
Martedì 4 dicembre 2018, 15:00
IULM 6 – Auditorium
via Carlo Bo 7
Milano
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Per il ciclo di conferenze del Club Confucio

Presentazione del libro di Francesco Palmieri “Piccolo Drago. La vita di Bruce Lee”

Interviene l’autore. Introduce Luisa Paternicò
Istituto Confucio dell’Università di Napoli L’Orientale
Martedì 4 dicembre 2018, 16:30
Palazzo del Mediterraneo
aula 1.4
Napoli
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Lectures:
“Curating contemporary art outside art museums”

Professor Jiang Jiehong, Birmingham City University
– Reinventing traditions in contemporary Chinese art
ore 8:45 – Polo didattico San Basilio – Aula 4MF, Magazzino 5, Venice
Curating contemporary art outside art museums
ore 14:00 – Polo didattico San Basilio – Aula 2MF, Magazzino 5, Venice
The lectures will be introduced by Prof. Sabrina Rastelli
Credits: Zhao Zhao, Lighter, jade, 2016 – Ayse Erkmen, PD/MGRTT, Krabi, Thailand, 201
Department of Asian and North African Studies
Confucius Institute at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice
Martedì 4 dicembre 2018, 14:00
Polo didattico San Basilio
Aula 2MF, Magazzino 5, Venice
Locandina

La regista Ning Ying racconta il cinema cinese noir

Intervengono Nicoletta Vallorani e Emma Lupano, Università degli Studi di Milano
Istituto Confucio dell’Università degli Studi di Milano, Dipartimento di Scienze della Mediazione Interculturale e Comunicazione, Contemporary Asia Research Centre (CARC)
Giovedì 6 dicembre 2018, 10:30
Polo di Mediazione Interculturale e Comunicazione
Aula P3
Piazza Indro Montanelli 1
Sesto San Giovanni
Link
Locandina

Conferenza:

“Per mare o via terra? Nuove prospettive per il commercio tra Italia e Cina lungo la via della Seta”

9:30 -10:00 Saluti istituzionali
Michele Bugliesi Rettore Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia
Alberto Bradanini Presidente Centro Studi sulla Cina Contemporanea
Università Ca’ Foscari, in collaborazione con il Centro Internazionale di Ricerca Marco Polo (MaP) – Centre for Global Europe-Asia Connection
Con il supporto di: Ministero degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale
Con il sostegno di: Air China, Istituto Confucio presso l’Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia
Giovedì 6 dicembre 2018, 09:30
Aula “Mario Baratto”
Università Ca’ Foscari
Venezia
Programma

Cina: tra censura e grandezza. Analisi di un simbolo

Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo, in collaborazione con Aula Confucio, Azobè onlus
Venerdì 7 dicembre 2018, 18:00
Sala Rossa del Comune di Pesaro
Locandina

Proiezione del film “Youth” di Feng Xiaogang

Tappa conclusiva della rassegna cinematografica universitaria CINACINEMA ideata e curata da Clarissa Forte.
Istituto Confucio dell’Università degli Studi di Torino
Venerdì 7 dicembre 2018, 20:30
Cinema Massimo
via G.Verdi 18
Torino
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Mostra “Monumenti” dell’artista cinese Liu Jianhua

Università di Napoli L’Orientale, in collaborazione con la Fondazione Made in Cloister
Sabato 8 dicembre 2018 – giovedì 21 marzo 2019
Chiostro di S. Caterina a Formiello
Locandina

Ancient Literature: China in the World

Prof. Martin Kern, Princeton University
Manuscripts on Silk and Bamboo: Opportunities and Questions
Large numbers of ancient Chinese manuscripts on bamboo, wood, and silk have been discovered in recent decades. Many of these were stolen from unknown sites in mainland China and then sold on the Hong Kong antiquities market. While the manuscripts offer entirely new insights into the world of Chinese antiquity and allow us to reconsider many traditional ideas, they also raise enormous methodological, ethical, and legal challenges.
About the Speaker.
Professor Martin Kern is the Chair of the Department of East Asian Studies at Princeton University. He has published extensively across the fields of literature, philology, history, religion, and art in ancient and medieval China. His current book project is titled Performance, Memory, and Authorship in Ancient China: The Formation of the Poetic Tradition. At Princeton, Kern leads the new university-wide initiative “Comparative Antiquity”; at Renmin University of China (Beijing), he directs the “International Center for the Study of Ancient Text Cultures.”
Università Ca’ Foscari
Giovedì 13 dicembre 2018, 17:15
San Basilio
Aula 0E
Program

Letteratura sinofona in Vietnam, Malesia e Tailandia: una panoramica

Interviene Valentina Pedone (Università di Firenze)
Per il ciclo di incontri “Focus Cina” organizzato presso l’Università degli Studi Internazionali di Roma – UNINT e coordinato da Tiziana Lioi (UNINT)
Università degli Studi Internazionali di Roma
Mercoledì 12 dicembre 2018, 14:00via Cristoforo Colombo 200
Roma
Locandina

Proiezione del documentario di Sergio Basso A Chinese Sketchbook (65′, Cina – Italia, 2016)

Interverranno: il regista Sergio Basso, Anna Di Toro, gli studenti dell’Univ. per Stranieri di Siena che hanno realizzato i sottotitoli italiani e la sottotitolatrice Anne Bruant.
Università per Stranieri di Siena
Mercoledì 12 dicembre 2018, 11.45 – 13.30
P.zza Rosselli, 27/28
Siena
Locandina

Lezione aperta One Belt One Road initiative

Interviene: Morris Rossabi, historian of China and Central and Inner Asia presso la Columbia University di New York
Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Mercoledì 12 dicembre 2018, 16:00-18:00
Aula Nirone NI.111/112
Via Nirone 15
Milano

Conferenza: Il cibo come medicina

Università degli studi di Roma La Sapienza
Mercoledì 12 dicembre 2018, 10:00-11:00
Palazzo Baleani
Aula Spinelli
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 244
Roma
Locandina

Conferenza: Bottiglia di tabacco da fiuto

Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza
Mercoledì 12 dicembre 2018 ore 10:00-11:00
Palazzo Baleani, Aula Spinelli
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 244
Roma
Locandina

Rassegna cinematografica cinese 2018-19
Proiezione del film Mulan di Ma Chucheng (anno 2009)

Università degli studi di Roma La Sapienza
Mercoledì 12 dicembre 2018,17:00-19:00
Palazzo Baleani, Aula 5
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 244
Roma
Locandina

Per il ciclo di conferenze del Club Confucio
Presentazione del libro di Alberto Bradanini “Oltre la Grande Muraglia: uno sguardo sulla Cina che non ti aspetti”

Interviene l’autore. Introduce Paola Paderni
Università degli studi di Napoli L’Orientale
Lunedì 17 dicembre, 16:30
Palazzo del Mediterraneo
Aula 1.4
Napoli

Mostra sul teatro di figura dal titolo “Le figure dei sogni. Burattini, marionette, ombre in Cina”

Università degli Studi di Napoli L’Orientale, in collaborazione con l’Associazione culturale A.G.S.T. e il Museo d’Arte Orientale di Torino
Giovedì 20 dicembre 2018 – domenica 20 gennaio 2019
Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli
Locandina

Novità editoriali

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Curatori: Tommaso Pellin, Giorgio Trentin
Titolo: Italian Association for Chinese Studies. Selected Papers 2
Editore: Libreria Editrice Cafoscarina
Luogo e anno: Venezia, 2018

Indice e introduzione

 

Le copie sono disponibili per gli associati nelle sedi di Roma, Napoli, Torino, Macerata, Venezia e Milano.
Per una copia pdf del proprio paper gli autori possono contattare il Prof. Tommaso Pellin; la versione pdf gratuita degli atti sarà pubblicata intorno a giugno 2019 sul sito della casa editrice.

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Autore: Guido Samarani
Titolo: La rivoluzione in cammino. La Cina della Lunga Marcia
Editore: Salerno Editrice

Luogo e anno: Roma, 2018

 

www.salernoeditrice.it

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Titolo: Ming Qing Studies 2018

Curatore: Paolo Santangelo

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Altre comunicazioni

Call for papers:
L’indicibile: linguaggio volgare, insulti, discriminazioni e tabù tra Oriente e Occidente

Scadenza invio dei contributi: 01/04/2018.
Per ulteriori informazioni: progetto.diceg@gmail.com
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Master Universitario di I livello in Lingue e Culture Orientali (MiLCO) – IV edizione –

Sono aperte le preiscrizioni al Master Universitario di I livello in Lingue e Culture Orientali (MiLCO) – IV edizione – a.a. 2018/2019, organizzato in collaborazione tra l’Università IULM e la Fondazione Terzo Pilastro – Internazionale rivolto ai laureati triennali e magistrali in arabo e cinese.
Il Master prevede l’assegnazione di 20 borse di studio, di cui 15 a copertura totale e 5 a copertura parziale dei costi d’iscrizione, messe a disposizione dalla Fondazione Terzo Pilastro – Internazionale.
Il Master si avvale di insegnamenti professionalizzanti, quali Internazionalizzazione delle imprese, Cooperazione internazionale, Diritto internazionale e Politiche economiche internazionali, oltre ad un cospicuo monte ore delle lingue d’eccellenza: 160 ore di Cinese / Arabo a scelta e 96 ore di inglese.
Inoltre, seminari professionalizzanti con esperti del settore, laboratori e visite presso istituzioni accompagnano lo studente nella scelta del tirocinio, importante momento di crescita professionale che consente un primo accesso al mondo del lavoro.
Disponibile on line a questo linkla lista degli entipresso cui i nostri studenti hanno svolto il tirocinio nelle tre precedenti edizioni.
E’ possibile preiscriversi cliccando alla voce “Iscriviti Online” (cliccando sul bottone blu nella colonna di destra), qui.
Le preiscrizioni saranno aperte fino al 14 gennaio 2019, i colloqui di selezione per l’ingresso al Master e l’assegnazione delle borse di studio si terranno nei giorni 17 e 18 gennaio 2019, mentre le lezioni partiranno giovedì 31 gennaio 2019 fino a fine luglio 2019. La sede di svolgimento delle selezioni e delle lezioni è Palazzo Sciarra, Via Marco Minghetti, 17, Roma (laterale di Via del Corso).

Digital China Fellow (Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies)

The Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies is recruiting a Digital China Fellow to help lead work on our China Digital Scholarship/Digital Humanities projects. Through their own research and support for the research of other faculty and students, the Digital China Fellow will help define and implement future directions for Digital Scholarship on China at Harvard. Her/his work will be ideally divided into the following areas, although flexibility is possible, and indeed probably necessary, based on the skill set of the Fellow. Please note that this position is currently funded for two years. An extension is possible, but dependent on future potential funding sources.
  • Provide support for faculty and students using digital tools and methods to conduct research on China. This will involve delivering workshops for the Harvard community on digital research methods, holding office hours to provide assistance for faculty and students using digital tools in their work, proactively reaching out to faculty, and otherwise providing research support services.
  • Building cyberinfrastructure for China Studies and database development. The Digital China Fellow will help coordinate improved linkage and sharing of data among databases and platforms related to China studies. This would include working with the China Biographical Database Project, the China Historical Geographic Information System, and other databases outside of Harvard. Experience with command line environments, API’s, and linked open data; knowledge of relevant programming or scripting language; and the ability to write database queries in SQL would all be a plus.
  • 50% of the Digital China Fellow’s time will be used to conduct their own independent research, either in the field of digital methods itself or using digital methods to research some aspect of China Studies.
  • Providing regular updates to project supporters and the ability and willingness to identify and pursue grant funding to continue this project is required.
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, C.V., two-page statement of research, and the names and contact information for two referees. Referees should submit a letter that speaks to the candidate’s academic potential and digital scholarship abilities directly. The application can be accessed at this link.
The deadline is January 11, 2019.
The position will provide a stipend of $60,000 annually, along with research funds, and health insurance.

Position: University of Cambridge Late-imperial China

The Department of East Asian Studies seeks to appoint a University Lecturer in any field relating to Late Imperial China (Ming/Qing China).
Applications from scholars working in any specialist research field in the study of Late Imperial China are invited to apply, but special consideration may be given to candidates with research and teaching interests in one or more of the following areas: art history, visuality, drama, environmental studies, material culture, religion, and literature.The successful candidate will normally hold a PhD in China Studies or a related discipline and will have a record of, or clear potential for, outstanding research. The successful candidate will be expected to:
– Engage in high-level research, publish in their specialist field as well as seek opportunities to win external funding for that research,
– Offer teaching and supervision on one or more of the undergraduate and postgraduate courses that are taught in the Department of East Asian Studies (including on literary Chinese) and in the School of Arts and Humanities;
– Contribute to the growth of their specialist field and China Studies more generally;
– Assist with running the Department’s various programmes, including by organizing seminars, conferences, and outreach and impact activities as well as by shouldering appropriate administrative burdens.The successful candidate will be expected to take up appointment on 2 September 2019, or as soon as possible thereafter.

Informal enquiries about the post may be made to Professor Hans van de Ven (jjv10@cam.ac.uk). The closing date for applications is midnight on Friday 4th January 2019.

Please quote reference GU17384 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.

The University values diversity and is committed to equality of opportunity.

The University has a responsibility to ensure that all employees are eligible to live and work in the UK.

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Hou Family Fellowship (Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies)

The Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard University is pleased to announce the 2019-20 competition for the Hou Family Fellowship in Taiwan Studies. The fellow is expected to be in residence at Harvard for at least one semester (five months), between August 1, 2019 and July 31, 2020. A longer period of residence up to the full year is encouraged.
Applications are welcome from recent Ph.D.s in a relevant discipline of the humanities or social sciences focusing on Taiwan. Please note that the Fairbank Center is only accepting applications from North America-based scholars; a separate search committee in Taiwan will review local applications.
A strong working knowledge of English and Chinese and/or Taiwanese is required.
Applicants with Ph.D.s may not be more than 5 years beyond its receipt at the start of the fellowship. Harvard University doctoral degree candidates and recipients are not eligible for this fellowship.
Total stipend for one year: $35,000, plus $3,000 for research support.
For program and application details, please see here.
Application deadline: March 1, 2019

Shaw Professor of Chinese
University of Oxford – Faculty of Oriental Studies

The University of Oxford is seeking an outstanding candidate to fill the Shaw Professorship of Chinese. The Shaw professorship is one of the most prestigious international academic positions concerned with the study of pre-modern China, and you would be joining a vibrant intellectual community at a time when Oxford’s profile in the study of China in all its aspects is growing.
For this exciting and challenging role, the Faculty of Oriental Studies seeks applications from colleagues working in the cultural disciplines, such as language, literature and society, of pre-modern China. As Professor you will provide academic leadership in Chinese Studies. You will undertake and publish research of the highest quality, encouraging others to do the same, and apply for research funding. You will teach at all levels from Undergraduates to post-doctoral researchers, through lectures, classes, small groups, and advice and supervision; you will also take part in examining. You may be asked to become Director of the China Centre, or hold office as Chair of the Faculty Board or other senior role.
A scholar of the highest international calibre, you will have an international reputation in research and publication in pre-modern Chinese studies, complemented by a high quality ongoing research agenda. You will have a solid linguistic knowledge of Classical and Modern Chinese, with the ability and enthusiasm to teach students at all levels. You will need to be able to contribute to the development of the subject in Oxford and beyond, and inspire colleagues and students. Your experience of, or potential in, academic governance and administration will, ideally, be coupled with a record of obtaining external funding for research projects.
The Professorship is located within an exceptionally strong and supportive research environment. You will be a Fellow of University College, and will be part of a lively and intellectually stimulating academic community which performs to the highest international levels in research and publications. You will have access to the excellent research facilities which Oxford offers.
The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Friday 14 December 2018.
Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.
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Chinese Studies Scholarships at Trinity College Dublin

A range of generous support is available for 2019/20 applicants to the M.Phil. in Chinese Studies. Exceptional candidates from a strong academic background will be considered for a full-time tuition waiver for either EU or non-EU fees (worth €8,832/€18,849) and a monthly stipend of €1,000. Additional scholarship schemes are also available for both full-time and part-time M.Phil. applicants (including fee waivers or stipends). Applicants must apply online by 1 May 2019, for entry to the M.Phil. programme in September 2019. https://www.tcd.ie/Asian/teaching/chinese/
Further details

XJTLU PhD Studentship – Monster Tales: The Abnormal in Imperial China

The Department of China Studies at Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University invites applications from suitably-qualified candidates for a full-time PhD scholarship in the field of Chinese classical literature. The successful candidate will consider the cultural significance of the “monster” in traditional China through an analysis of the so-called zhiguai 志怪 tales or “accounts of the strange”. The project assigned to the doctoral candidate will complement the one undertaken by Dr Loredana Cesarino and Prof David Goodman titled “Monster Tales: The Abnormal in Imperial China”, yet the student will be required to undertake his/her own independent research by focusing on a period of his/her choice between the Six Dynasties, the Tang/Song era (preferred) and the Qing dynasty.
Degree: The student will be awarded a PhD degree from the University of Liverpool (UK) upon successful completion of the program.
Funding notes: The PhD studentship is available for three years, subject to satisfactory progress by the student. The award covers tuition fees for three years (currently equivalent to RMB 80,000 per annum) and provides a monthly stipend of 5000 RMB as a contribution to living expenses. It also provides up to RMB 16,500 to allow participation at international conferences during the period of the award. It is a condition of the award that holders of XJTLU PhD scholarships carry out 300-500 hours of teaching assistance work per year. The scholarship holder is expected to carry out the major part of his or her research at XJTLU in Suzhou, China. However, he or she is eligible for a research study visit to the University of Liverpool of up to three months, if this is required by the project.
More information about this position can be found at here or here.Informal enquiries and applications may be addressed to Dr Loredana Cesarino, loredana.cesarino@xjtlu.edu.cn

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