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Globalization of Chinese: A Global Putonghua?

Prof. Zhou Minglang, University of Maryland
Martedì 4 Giugno 2019, 14:00
Department of Asian and North African Studies (Attilio Andreini), Confucius Institute at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice
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Palazzo Vendramin dei Carmini
Dorsoduro 3462 – Venezia
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The Third East Asian Translation Studies Conference (EATS3)

Venerdì 28 – domenica 30 giugno 2019
Programma

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Novità editoriali

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Autore: Giusi Tamburello
Titolo: Quando la poesia si fa operaia. Lavoratori migranti poeti della Cina contemporanea
Collana: Asia orientale 古今東亞
Casa Editrice: Aracne
Scheda editoriale

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Titolo: Caratteri 2018 – “Le vie della seta”
Direttori editoriali: Li Donghua, Patrizia Liberati, Silvia Pozzi
Autori narrativa: Alai, Jia Pingwa, Jin Renshun, Kong Yalei, Tsering Norbu, Yan Geling
Autori poesia: Xi Chuan, Hu Xudong, Wang Xiaoni
Traduttori sezione narrativa: Anna Di Toro, Patrizia Liberati, Maria Rita Masci, Alessandra Pezza, Silvia Pozzi, Maria Vitale
Traduttori sezione poesia: Rosa Lombardi, Désirée Marianini Torta (vincitrice della V edizione del concorso di traduzione della rivista), Luca Stirpe
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Versione cartacea di tutti i numeri precedenti acquistabile a MILANO c/o Libreria Cortina Bicocca (viale dell’Innovazione 13, 20126 Milano – tel. 02 66102401) e a ROMA c/o Libreria Pagina 2 (Ex Orientalia, via Cairoli 63, 00185 Roma – tel. 06 4464956), anche su spedizione

Altre comunicazioni

Call for papers:
Convegno internazionale su La (non) libertà riproduttiva. Esperienze, riflessioni, movimenti – *rinvio scadenza al 20 giugno*

Il Convegno è organizzato dalla rivista DEP Rivista telematica di studi sulla memoria femminile dell’Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia. Si accettano contributi sulle politiche di controllo delle nascite in Cina.
Nuova call completa

Workshop: Letteratura sinofona sulle due sponde dello stretto (Cina e Taiwan dal sec. XIX ad oggi)

Il Dipartimento di lingue, letterature e culture straniere organizzato un workshop incentrato sulla letteratura sinofona per dottorandi e giovani ricercatori postdoc.
Date: 7-8 novembre 2019
Luogo: Università degli Studi Roma Tre, Dipartimento di Lingue, Letterature e Culture Straniere, Via del Valco di San Paolo 19
Per informazioni visitare il sito internet del workshop o contattare Renata Vinci (renata.vinci@uniroma3.it)
Scadenza per gli abstract: 15 luglio 2019
Call for paper
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Riapertura della Biblioteca IsIAO

Venerdì 28 maggio 2019 la Biblioteca IsIAO è stata riaperta presso la Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Roma.
Materiale informativo

XXXV ciclo (a.a. 2019-2020) di Dottorato di ricerca dell’Università di Verona, Dottorato in Letterature Straniere, Lingue e Linguistica – lingua cinese

Il Corso di Dottorato in Letteratura Straniere, Lingue e Linguistica, XXXV ciclo, anno accademico 2019-2020, del Dipartimento di Lingue e Letterature Straniere dell’Università di Verona, offre una borsa di studio per l’ammissione al curriculum Lingue Straniere e Traduzione.
La borsa di studio è riservata alla realizzazione di un lavoro di ricerca nell’ambito del progetto “Studi di lessicografia volgare del cinese premoderno in epoca Ming e Qing”, referente Prof.ssa Barbara Bisetto (barbara.bisetto@univr.it). Al momento della presentazione della domanda di ammissione, i candidati interessati devono allegare un progetto di ricerca in linea con la tematica di ricerca del bando.
Per informazioni sulla domanda di ammissione è possibile consultare i seguenti documenti:
documento in italiano (in particolare pp. 29-30) e documento in inglese.Le domande di ammissione devono essere presentate mediante l’apposita procedura online, nel periodo compreso tra il 13 maggio 2019 e il 21 giugno 2019, ore 12:00 (mezzogiorno), ora italiana.
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Associate Professor / Assistant Professor

The Department of Chinese Studies offers two positions from September 2019 or January 2020. Candidates should have Ph.D. degree in Sinology or relevant discipline and have teaching and research experience in either: Modern Chinese/Sinophone literature, or: Contemporary Chinese Societies
Enquiries can be directed to dvavra@mail.muni.cz
More information and the application form is obtainable here and here.Application deadline: June 23, June 20 respectively.

Third International Symposium on Chinese Theoretical and Applied Linguistics (ISOCTAL-3) – University College Cork

Date: 12th-14th December, 2019
Location: Cork, Ireland
Contact Person: Carlotta Sparvoli
Meeting Email: isoctal2019@gmail.com
Web Site: https://isoctal2019.wordpress.com/
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics; Language Acquisition
Language Family(ies): Chinese Subgroup
Meeting Description:
The Symposium aims to promote worldwide collaboration on Chinese theoretical and applied linguistics by giving researchers an opportunity to share their work. The initiative was launched in 2015 at Newcastle University and in 2017 it was hosted by the University of Milano-Bicocca.
Like the precedent editions, ISOCTAL-3 hopes to feature papers on many topics in Chinese linguistics, understood broadly as covering all Sinitic languages, e.g. Mandarin, Wu, Cantonese and all regional varieties, including syntax, morphology, phonetics and phonology, semantics, language variation and sociolinguistic studies, diachronic change, language contact, typology and comparative studies, child language acquisition, second language acquisition and teaching, applications of translation and code- switching to pedagogy. There will also be two thematic sessions, namely, on modality and on the acquisition of Chinese at post-primary level.
Invited Speakers
Theoretical Linguistics:
– Anders Holmberg (Newcastle University, School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics)
– Barbara Meisterernst (National Tsing Hua University, Institute of Linguistics)
– Victor Junnan Pan (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Department of Linguistics and Modern Linguistics)
– Claire Saillard (Paris Diderot University, Laboratoire de Linguistique Formelle)
– Rint Sybesma (Leiden University Centre for Linguistics and Leiden Institute for Area Studies)
Applied Linguistics:
– Jane Orton (University of Melbourne, Melbourne Graduate School of Education)
– Istvan Kecskes (State University of New York, Albany, Department of Educational Theory and Practice)
– Martin Howard (University College Cork, School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures)
Scientific Committee
Giorgio Francesco Arcodia (University of Milano-Bicocca)
Bianca Basciano (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice)
Clara Bulfoni (University of Milan)
Wing Shan Angel Chan (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
Dongyan Chen (University of Wales Trinity St David)
Mara Frascarelli (Roma Tre University)
Shenai Hu (Xiamen University)
Guiying Jiang (Xiamen University)
Chung Kam Kwok (University College Cork)
Fuyin Thomas Li (Beihang University)
Marie-Claude Paris (Paris Diderot University)
Chiara Romagnoli (Roma Tre University)
Carlotta Sparvoli (University College Cork)
Chin-Chin Tseng (National Taiwan Normal University)
Clare Wright (University of Leeds)
Xiaohong Xu (University College Cork)
Yi Xu (University College London)
Boping Yuan (Cambridge University)
George Xinsheng Zhang (Richmond University)
Qi Zhang (Dublin City University)
Peng Zhou (Tsinghua University)
Contact persons: Carlotta Sparvoli
Meeting email: isoctal2019@gmail.com
ISOCTAL-2 website: https://isoctal2019.wordpress.com/
Call Deadline: 15-July-2019
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Professor of China Studies in a Global Perspective

The School of Culture and Society, Department of Global Studies, at Aarhus University invites applications for a permanent position as a full professor of China studies in a global perspective with a focus on modern or contemporary China. The position is available to start as soon as possible after 1 January 2020.
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Post-doctoral Fellow in China Strategically Oriented Research Theme (SORT):
Contemporary China, The University of Hong Kong

Applicants are invited for appointment as Post-doctoral Fellow in SORT: China Contemporary China in the Department of Geography (Ref.: 495645) (to commence from January 1, 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter, but in any case not later than March 31, 2020, for a period of 2 to 3 years)
We are seeking energetic and productive candidates to strengthen our ongoing research on China’s urban and regional development. Applicants should have a Ph.D. degree in Geography or a related discipline (e.g. planning, sociology, politics and economics) and a demonstrated record of relevant scholarly publications. They should have research experience in one or more of the following key subfields in the study of China: urban renewal and urban land redevelopment; housing policy and housing market; financialization of urban governance; growth and transformation of mega-urban regions; innovation, creativity and regional development; and growth of resilient cities and regions. Relevant field work experience in China would be preferred.
The appointee will be expected to participate in interdisciplinary research activities in the China research cluster of the Faculty of Social Sciences and the China SORT of the University. Information about the Department can be obtained at http://geog.hku.hk. Enquires about the post should be addressed to the Project Leader, Professor George C.S. Lin (e-mail: gcslin@hku.hk) or Executive Officer, Mr. Tommy Liu (e-mail: twkliu@hku.hk) in the Department of Geography.
A highly competitive salary commensurate with qualifications and experience will be offered, in addition to annual leave and medical benefits. At current rates, salaries tax does not exceed 15% of gross income.
The University only accepts online application for the above post. Applicants should apply online and upload an up-to-date C.V., including complete records of grants, publications, and a statement of research interests. Applicants should also invite three senior academics who are familiar with their academic and research background, skills and experience to send confidential reference letters directly to geogjobs@hku.hk. Closes September 1, 2019.
The University thanks applicants for their interest, but advise that only shortlisted applicants will be notified of the application result.

 

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