Gennaio 2021*

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Convegni, conferenze, mostre e altri eventi

Conferenza:
“Chinese Philosophy of History”
A Conversation with Dawid Rogacz (University of Poznan)

Modera: Federico Brusadelli, Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”
Introducono: Chiara Ghidini e Donatella Guida, Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”

Centro di Studi sull’Asia Orientale, Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”
Martedì 12 gennaio 2021, 11:30

L’incontro si terrà sulla piattaforma Microsoft Teams
Per registrarsi: fbrusadelli@unior.it

Conferenza
“Germogli. Sperimentazioni filmiche di giovani artisti cinesi”

Incontro con Rosario Scarpato, Storico dell’arte
Presenta Chiara Visconti, Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”

Università degli Studi di Napoli L’Orientale
Lunedì 11 gennaio 2021, 16:30

L’incontro si terrà sulla piattaforma Microsoft Teams
Codice di accesso al Team: 4lc4jdm Link evento:http://:urly.it/38 m7a
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Documentario:

“Cinesi in Italia. secondo capitolo”

E’ online il secondo capitolo del documentario “Cinesi in Italia – 华人在意大利”.
Il documentario, realizzato dall’Università degli Studi di Torino in collaborazione con l’Istituto Confucio, è stato presentato a novembre 2020 nell’ambito della notte europea dei Ricercatori e delle Ricercatrici
Cinesi in Italia è un lavoro di ricognizione della presenza cinese nel nostro paese. Il lavoro è stato possibile grazie alla a collaborazione attiva della chat sino-italiana “Dialogo” e vuole essere un punto di partenza che stimoli allo studio e alla ricerca; l’amplissimo materiale documentario raccolto verrà messo a disposizione degli studiosi da parte dell’Istituto Confucio.

Università degli Studi di Torino, Istituto Confucio dell’Università di Torino
Il secondo capitolo è anche disponibile su Unito Media.
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Novità editoriali

copertina indicibile

Curatori: Lavinia Benedetti, Alba Rosa Suriano e Paolo Villani
Titolo: Stigma, censure e oscenità: l’indicibile nelle culture del Mediterraneo e dell’Asia Orientale
Editore: Orientalia Editrice
Anno: 2020


Il volume è dedicato alla memoria di Nazarena Fazzari



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Scheda

copertina ming qing

Curatore: Paolo Santangelo

Titolo rivista: Ming Qing Studies 2020

Editore: WriteUp

Anno: novembre 2020






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Scheda

copertina int

Curatori: Yu Hua, Silvia Pozzi
Titolo rivista:
Internazionale

Titolo numero: “Storie”

Numero: 1390

Anno: 2020/2021

Il numero 1390 della rivista Internazionale “Storie”, disponibile online e in edicola dal 23 dicembre 2020 al 7 gennaio 2021, ospita racconti, foto e fumetti: quest’anno le storie sono state scelte dallo scrittore cinese Yu Hua. Il numero è stato realizzato con la consulenza di Silvia Pozzi.

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Altre comunicazioni

Giornate di studio sulla linguistica cinese – AILC

La VI edizione delle Giornate di studio sulla linguistica cinese promosse dall’Associazione Italiana di Linguistica Cinese (AILC) si terrà presso il Dipartimento di Interpretazione e Traduzione dell’Università di Bologna (sede di Forlì) dal 23 al 25 giugno 2021.
Relatore invitato: Prof. Wolfgang Behr Asien-Orient Institut – Universität Zürich
Tutte le proposte già accettate sono state ‘congelate’ e sono ancora valide. Vi chiediamo però di confermare la vostra partecipazione alle Giornate, scrivendo a: ailcforli2020@gmail.com. Inoltre, se lo desiderate, potete mandarci una versione aggiornata del vostro abstract, che sarà valutata nuovamente. Si accettano inoltre nuovi contributi da chi non aveva mandato il proprio abstract per il primo call for papers. Se l’emergenza sanitaria dovesse perdurare, la conferenza si terrà online, oppure in formato ibrido (in presenza e online), qualora alcuni partecipanti non possano raggiungere Forlì.
La scadenza per l’invio degli abstract è fissata per il 15 febbraio 2021.
L’accettazione degli abstract verrà comunicata il 15 marzo 2021.” Altre info qui.

Position:

PhD (or Postdoc) scholarship in a Kang Youwei project at KU Leuven, Chinese Studies (Belgium)

Scholarship funded by Research Foundation (FWO) – Flanders 4 years PhD (October 2021–September 2025) or 3 years Postdoc (October 2021– September 2024).
This scholarship is offered in the context of a research project on the portrayal of Kang Youwei as an “in-between” figure in contemporary Chinese academia (for more details, see “Project” below). We are looking for a PhD (or Postdoc) student in Sinology, Chinese studies, Chinese philosophy, or Chinese intellectual history willing to research current views on Kang Youwei in relation to past, present and future issues in religion, politics, education, philosophy, or history.

Deadline: March 15, 2021
Further details

Position:

Associate Professorship in the Political Economy of China
University of Oxford China Centre, Canterbury Road, Oxford OX2 6LU

The Oxford School of Global and Area Studies (OSGA), in association with Lady Margaret Hall, seek to appoint an Associate Professor in the Political Economy of China from 1 September 2021. We invite applicants with expertise in China’s Political Economy, the Economy of China, or Chinese Business and Finance.
You will be expected to teach and supervise at the graduate level, contribute to administration and examining, and act as a College Adviser for graduate students. The post will be held in conjunction with a Supernumerary Fellowship (non-stipendiary) at Lady Margaret Hall. You will engage actively in research to contribute through publication to the department’s and University’s international reputation for research excellence.
You should have received a doctorate in political economy, economics or a related field (including, for example, development studies, economic sociology, business and management studies or finance and public administration), with specialisation in China, by 1 September 2021. The successful candidate will demonstrate: research achievement at an international level appropriate to the stage of their career; the skills and commitment to contribute effectively to teaching, supervision and academic administration in the School; the ability to relate well to high-calibre students; and good communication, interpersonal, time management and organisational skills.
Appointments to Associate Professorships are confirmed as permanent on successful completion of a review during the first five years. If you would like to discuss this post and find out more about joining the academic community at Oxford, please contact Professor Timothy Power, Head of the Oxford School of Global and Area Studies. All enquiries will be treated in strict confidence; they will not form part of the selection decision. Any offer made will be subject to pre-employment checks. Further information (including details about how to apply) can be obtained from here.

Salary: £48,114 to £64,605 per annum (Grade 36S)
Start date: 1 September 2021
Interview date: week commencing 22 February 2021Further information on Lady Margaret Hall may be found at here.
The closing date for applications is Monday 1st February 2021

Call for papers:

Dynamics of knowledge transmission and linguistic transformation in Chinese textual cultures

Online International Workshop hosted by the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, University of Verona (Italy) and the Research Center on East Asian Civilizations, CRCAO, Paris (France)
Thursday 10 and Friday 11 June 2021

Topics of interests include but are not limited to the following:
  • Notions of popularizing discourse, language simplification, intralingual translation, textual comprehensibility, and the correlated view of language obscurity and opacity, in different textual traditions;
  • Investigations on language features, discourse strategies and textual practices related to notions of ‘simple’ language (i.e. simple literary Chinese, popular literary Chinese, plain language, traditional discussions on categories like su 俗, wen 文, ya 雅, qian 淺 etc);
  • Practices of language transformation and textual modes of transmission in relation to genre categorization and to the emergence of new genres;
  • Agents, networks, media engaged in practices of knowledge transmission and linguistic transformation;
  • Digital tools for the investigation of textual transmission and linguistic transformation.
According to the workshop format, papers presentation should be 30 minutes long with 15 minutes for questions and discussions. The language of the workshop is English.

Deadline for abstract submission is March 01, 2021.
Length of abstract is limited to 500 words.
To submit an abstract, visit https://knowl-lingtrans.sciencesconf.org, create an account (Login arrow, above), then click New Submission.

Further details

Call for Papers:
On Qing (情) and Jing (境) in Chinese Literature: A Discourse on Ecocriticism

We are seeking contributions to an edited volume focusing on the concepts of qing (情) and jing (境) throughout Chinese literature, with a special emphasis on modern and contemporary Chinese literature, by examining the environmental and ecological dimensions of such notions.

Key deadlines are as follows:
– Abstract submission: January 10, 2021
– Initial confirmation with a title/abstract: January 15, 2021
– Expected first draft paper due to the editors: June 30, 2021 (approximately 8000-10,000 words.)
– Expected publication date: Autumn 2021
Call

Call for abstracts:
Conference “Chinese Popular Culture in Translation and Transmission”

Conference will be held on 22-23 July 2021 at the University of Leicester, UK.
Submission of Abstracts: 15 January 2021
Call

Call for papers:
Mapping Out Eco-Translatology

We are seeking contributions to an edited volume focusing on Eco-translatology research

Key deadlines are as follows:
– Abstract submission: January 10, 2021
– Initial confirmation with a title/abstract: January 15, 2021
– Expected first draft paper due to the editors: June 30, 2021 (approximately 8000-10,000 words.)
– Expected publication date: Autumn 2021
Call

Call for papers:
Media Interpreting Studies Global Perspectives

We are seeking contributions to an edited volume focusing on the plurality of Media Interpreting (MI) studies from a global perspective over the last decade. This volume sets out to explore the most recent studies on MI from authoritative voices around the world.

Key deadlines:
– Abstract submission: January 10, 2021
– Initial confirmation with a title and an abstract: January 15, 2021
– Submission of the first draft: June 30, 2021 (approximately 8000-10,000 words)
– Expected publication date: Autumn 2021
Call

Call for abstracts:
upcoming XXXI International Congress on Historiography and Source Studies of Asia and Africa

The conference will be held at Saint Petersburg State University, 23-25 June 2021. The conference might be held onsite or online depending on how the situation develops.
Deadline for the submission of abstracts: 31 January 2021.
Call
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